[Libre-soc-dev] Introduction

lkcl luke.leighton at gmail.com
Fri Sep 10 22:30:25 BST 2021

On September 10, 2021 9:24:59 PM UTC, Andrey Miroshnikov <andrey at technepisteme.xyz> wrote:

>Given Libre-SOCs switch to OpenPower in 2020, I'm guessing v3.0c is the
>more appropriate. Is that the case?

if the OPF EULA has been updated... yes.

>>> lack of -j$(nproc) flag in the "make" statements, so the compilation
>>> only used one thread (unless the system "make" config has a default
>>> guess).
>> i prefer to make the decision explicitly as to whether to overheat my
>laptop.  if there's a way to make that flexible feel free
>Sure, how about a message saying:
>"Would you like to use more than one thread to speed up compilation
>make? Y/N/[number of threads]:"

none of the scripts are interactive in any way and this is very deliberate.

an env var would do and i'm reasonably certain there's a predefined convention for this.

>Also noticed the "symbiflow-install" script in dev-env-setup is not 
>really a script, just some notes. Is anyone planning to work on it?

yes, Veera.

search symbiflow on bugtracker


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