Commit eb3fd699 authored by schneider's avatar schneider
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fix(BHI): Remove broken machine detection

parent 504c3bd0
......@@ -59,66 +59,6 @@
/****************************************************************/
/**\name DATA TYPES INCLUDES */
/************************************************************/
/*!
* @brief The following definition uses for define the data types
*
* @note While porting the API please consider the following
* @note Please check the version of C standard
* @note Are you using Linux platform
*/
/*!
* @brief For the Linux platform support
* Please use the types.h for your data types definitions
*/
#ifdef __KERNEL__
#include <linux/types.h>
/* singed integer type*/
typedef int8_t s8;/**< used for signed 8bit */
typedef int16_t s16;/**< used for signed 16bit */
typedef int32_t s32;/**< used for signed 32bit */
typedef int64_t s64;/**< used for signed 64bit */
typedef u_int8_t u8;/**< used for unsigned 8bit */
typedef u_int16_t u16;/**< used for unsigned 16bit */
typedef u_int32_t u32;/**< used for unsigned 32bit */
typedef u_int64_t u64;/**< used for unsigned 64bit */
#else /* ! __KERNEL__ */
/**********************************************************
* These definition uses for define the C
* standard version data types
***********************************************************/
# if !defined(__STDC_VERSION__)
/************************************************
* compiler is C11 C standard
************************************************/
#if (__STDC_VERSION__ == 201112L)
/************************************************/
#include <stdint.h>
/************************************************/
/*unsigned integer types*/
typedef uint8_t u8;/**< used for unsigned 8bit */
typedef uint16_t u16;/**< used for unsigned 16bit */
typedef uint32_t u32;/**< used for unsigned 32bit */
typedef uint64_t u64;/**< used for unsigned 64bit */
/*signed integer types*/
typedef int8_t s8;/**< used for signed 8bit */
typedef int16_t s16;/**< used for signed 16bit */
typedef int32_t s32;/**< used for signed 32bit */
typedef int64_t s64;/**< used for signed 64bit */
/************************************************
* compiler is C99 C standard
************************************************/
#elif (__STDC_VERSION__ == 199901L)
/* stdint.h is a C99 supported c library.
which is used to fixed the integer size*/
......@@ -137,153 +77,7 @@ typedef int8_t s8;/**< used for signed 8bit */
typedef int16_t s16;/**< used for signed 16bit */
typedef int32_t s32;/**< used for signed 32bit */
typedef int64_t s64;/**< used for signed 64bit */
/************************************************
* compiler is C89 or other C standard
************************************************/
#else /* !defined(__STDC_VERSION__) */
/*!
* @brief By default it is defined as 32 bit machine configuration
* define your data types based on your
* machine/compiler/controller configuration
*/
#define MACHINE_32_BIT
/*! @brief
* If your machine support 16 bit
* define the MACHINE_16_BIT
*/
#ifdef MACHINE_16_BIT
#include <limits.h>
/*signed integer types*/
typedef signed char s8;/**< used for signed 8bit */
typedef signed short int s16;/**< used for signed 16bit */
typedef signed long int s32;/**< used for signed 32bit */
#if defined(LONG_MAX) && LONG_MAX == 0x7fffffffffffffffL
typedef long int s64;/**< used for signed 64bit */
typedef unsigned long int u64;/**< used for unsigned 64bit */
#elif defined(LLONG_MAX) && (LLONG_MAX == 0x7fffffffffffffffLL)
typedef long long int s64;/**< used for signed 64bit */
typedef unsigned long long int u64;/**< used for unsigned 64bit */
#else
#warning Either the correct data type for signed 64 bit integer \
could not be found, or 64 bit integers are not supported in your environment.
#warning If 64 bit integers are supported on your platform, \
please set s64 manually.
#endif
/*unsigned integer types*/
typedef unsigned char u8;/**< used for unsigned 8bit */
typedef unsigned short int u16;/**< used for unsigned 16bit */
typedef unsigned long int u32;/**< used for unsigned 32bit */
/* If your machine support 32 bit
define the MACHINE_32_BIT*/
#elif defined MACHINE_32_BIT
/*signed integer types*/
typedef signed char s8;/**< used for signed 8bit */
typedef signed short int s16;/**< used for signed 16bit */
typedef signed int s32;/**< used for signed 32bit */
/*unsigned integer types*/
typedef unsigned char u8;/**< used for unsigned 8bit */
typedef unsigned short int u16;/**< used for unsigned 16bit */
typedef unsigned int u32;/**< used for unsigned 32bit */
/* If your machine support 64 bit
define the MACHINE_64_BIT*/
#elif defined MACHINE_64_BIT
/*signed integer types*/
typedef signed char s8;/**< used for signed 8bit */
typedef signed short int s16;/**< used for signed 16bit */
typedef signed int s32;/**< used for signed 32bit */
typedef signed long int s64;/**< used for signed 64bit */
/*unsigned integer types*/
typedef unsigned char u8;/**< used for unsigned 8bit */
typedef unsigned short int u16;/**< used for unsigned 16bit */
typedef unsigned int u32;/**< used for unsigned 32bit */
typedef unsigned long int u64;/**< used for unsigned 64bit */
#else
#warning The data types defined above which not supported \
define the data types manually
#endif
#endif
/*** This else will execute for the compilers
* which are not supported the C standards
* Like C89/C99/C11***/
#else
/*!
* @brief By default it is defined as 32 bit machine configuration
* define your data types based on your
* machine/compiler/controller configuration
*/
#define MACHINE_32_BIT
/* If your machine support 16 bit
define the MACHINE_16_BIT*/
#ifdef MACHINE_16_BIT
#include <limits.h>
/*signed integer types*/
typedef signed char s8;/**< used for signed 8bit */
typedef signed short int s16;/**< used for signed 16bit */
typedef signed long int s32;/**< used for signed 32bit */
#if defined(LONG_MAX) && LONG_MAX == 0x7fffffffffffffffL
typedef long int s64;/**< used for signed 64bit */
typedef unsigned long int u64;/**< used for unsigned 64bit */
#elif defined(LLONG_MAX) && (LLONG_MAX == 0x7fffffffffffffffLL)
typedef long long int s64;/**< used for signed 64bit */
typedef unsigned long long int u64;/**< used for unsigned 64bit */
#else
#warning Either the correct data type for signed 64 bit integer \
could not be found, or 64 bit integers are not supported in your environment.
#warning If 64 bit integers are supported on your platform, \
please set s64 manually.
#endif
/*unsigned integer types*/
typedef unsigned char u8;/**< used for unsigned 8bit */
typedef unsigned short int u16;/**< used for unsigned 16bit */
typedef unsigned long int u32;/**< used for unsigned 32bit */
/*! @brief If your machine support 32 bit
define the MACHINE_32_BIT*/
#elif defined MACHINE_32_BIT
/*signed integer types*/
typedef signed char s8;/**< used for signed 8bit */
typedef signed short int s16;/**< used for signed 16bit */
typedef signed int s32;/**< used for signed 32bit */
/*unsigned integer types*/
typedef unsigned char u8;/**< used for unsigned 8bit */
typedef unsigned short int u16;/**< used for unsigned 16bit */
typedef unsigned int u32;/**< used for unsigned 32bit */
/* If your machine support 64 bit
define the MACHINE_64_BIT*/
#elif defined MACHINE_64_BIT
/*signed integer types*/
typedef signed char s8;/**< used for signed 8bit */
typedef signed short int s16;/**< used for signed 16bit */
typedef signed int s32;/**< used for signed 32bit */
typedef signed long int s64;/**< used for signed 64bit */
/*unsigned integer types*/
typedef unsigned char u8;/**< used for unsigned 8bit */
typedef unsigned short int u16;/**< used for unsigned 16bit */
typedef unsigned int u32;/**< used for unsigned 32bit */
typedef unsigned long int u64;/**< used for unsigned 64bit */
#else
#warning The data types defined above which not supported \
define the data types manually
#endif
#endif
#endif
/***************************************************************/
/**\name BUS READ AND WRITE FUNCTION POINTERS */
/***************************************************************/
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