EDIT: reposted this in the other thread
Have got the updated and pruned version of the ASF to build against all the modules and bees.
I had to patch
usbb_host.c as Atmel missed out an include, looks like @tehn had to do the same patch, @zebra dealt with the bug in a different way (see the gist for the patch) . That was enough to get all the modules working.
To get bees to build I had to copy over the altered version of
print_funcs.[hc] as well as add
#include "aleph_board.h" back into
board.h. So if you do ever want aleph/bees to build against the modules version of
avr32_lib) then the ASF stuff should be relatively trivial.
Now that I can check that everything compiles, I'm going to try and shrink the ASF down as much as possible, I'll probably make a repo with the scripts and the ASF zip file, so that it's easy to recreate the work (e.g. if we decide that some files that were removed are wanted again.)
After that it's time to think about...
- Directory layouts for each of the module repos.
- Directory layout for system repo.
- What to name the repos and where to put them.
- How to link
system (e.g submodules or not...)