10 months and a little bit over 900 commits have finally resulted in release of distortos 0.7.0, as well as snapshots of distortosExamples and distortosTemplateSubfolder – both with a 20190505 timestamp.
As hinted during release of previous version, this one brings a massive rework of configuration and build infrastructure. distortos no longer supports configuring with Kconfig and building with make – starting with this version CMake handles both of these tasks. I will soon update the articles on the website, for now see
README.md file in each package for more details.
distortos now supports two new boards with STM32F0 chip:
Version 0.7.0 has basic STM32 DMA drivers, which also made possible a DMA-based SPI master driver for these microcontrollers. Interrupt-based SPI master driver for STM32 received numerous fixes and improvements, so now it works reliably for any load and any frequency. The last low-level driver which appears in this release is the STM32 SDMMCv1, currently only for STM32F7 family of microcontrollers and only in DMA-based variant. High-level SPI master driver underwent a massive API rework. This was required for another new addition in this release – a driver for SD cards, which comes in two variants: one for native SDMMC card interface and another one for SPI-mode.
This release also brings an initial version of a framework for file systems, currently implemented only for littlefs-v1 file system.
distortos::Mutex class got a few new wrapper functions, which make it more similar to
std::mutex. This allows it to be used with all mutex helpers from
You can find source packages in 7z and tar.xz formats in Downloads section or download them directly using the links below:
- distortos-0.7.0.7z, distortos-0.7.0.tar.xz
- distortosExamples-20190505.7z, distortosExamples-20190505.tar.xz
- distortosTemplateSubfolder-20190505.7z, distortosTemplateSubfolder-20190505.tar.xz
For a more in-depth list of changes, browse the changelogs of respective packages: