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RISCY BUSINESS - Day 3: Programming the HiFive1

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Published on Dec 29, 2016

Livestream: https://twitch.tv/miotatsu
Archive: http://riscy.tv
Schedule: http://twitter.com/hmn_riscy
Support the series: http://patreon.com/miotatsu

0:06 Recap and set the stage for the day
1:32 Begin to acquaint ourselves with the demo code from the Freedom E SDK
2:47 Take a look at plic_driver.h and .c
13:26 Return to demo_gpio.c
25:28 Chat comment: "Are there two stages to the interrupt: claim_interrupt() and actual_interrupt() or whatever?"
25:46 Chat comment: "So both of them do 1.5 seconds which add up to 3?"
27:24 Determine to try uploading this demo program to the HiFive1
28:02 I am grounded once again
29:24 Connect to the HiFive1 and try uploading demo_gpio
32:20 Compile demo_gpio and try uploading that
33:56 Chat comment: "PROGAM is misspelled"
34:50 Reconnect to the HiFive1 and try out the demo
37:09 Chat comment: "I mean, surely that missing R can't have made it partially succeed..."
37:30 Try killing screen and reconnecting to it
38:15 Tweak hello.c, compile and hit an error
42:35 Try modifying demo_gpio.c instead
50:16 Chat comment: "You could just do: $^v}A\n\"
50:47 Chat comment: "You could just do @a then hold down @ until you get where you wanna be"
51:39 Rebuild demo_gpio and upload it
52:16 Congratulate Miblo for being the first person to be slammed a thunderous high-five by the HiFive1
52:58 This is all we have time for today

Annotated by Miblo - https://handmade.network/m/Miblo

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