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# General configuration options

# Copyright (c) 2014-2015 Wind River Systems, Inc.
# Copyright (c) 2016 Intel Corporation
# SPDX-License-Identifier: Apache-2.0


# Include Kconfig.defconfig files first so that they can override defaults and
# other symbol/choice properties by adding extra symbol/choice definitions.
# After merging all definitions for a symbol/choice, Kconfig picks the first
# property (e.g. the first default) with a satisfied condition.
#
# Shield defaults should have precedence over board defaults, which should have
# precedence over SoC defaults, so include them in that order.
#
# $ARCH and $BOARD_DIR will be glob patterns when building documentation.
source "$(KCONFIG_BINARY_DIR)/Kconfig.shield.defconfig"
source "$(BOARD_DIR)/Kconfig.defconfig"
source "$(KCONFIG_BINARY_DIR)/Kconfig.soc.defconfig"

menu "Modules"

source "modules/Kconfig"

endmenu

source "boards/Kconfig"
source "soc/Kconfig"
source "arch/Kconfig"
source "kernel/Kconfig"
source "dts/Kconfig"
source "drivers/Kconfig"
source "lib/Kconfig"
source "subsys/Kconfig"

osource "$(TOOLCHAIN_KCONFIG_DIR)/Kconfig"

menu "Build and Link Features"

menu "Linker Options"

choice
	prompt "Linker Orphan Section Handling"
	default LINKER_ORPHAN_SECTION_WARN

config LINKER_ORPHAN_SECTION_PLACE
	bool "Place"
	help
	  Linker puts orphan sections in place without warnings
	  or errors.

config LINKER_ORPHAN_SECTION_WARN
	bool "Warn"
	help
	  Linker places the orphan sections in output and issues
	  warning about those sections.

config LINKER_ORPHAN_SECTION_ERROR
	bool "Error"
	help
	  Linker exits with error when an orphan section is found.

endchoice

config CODE_DATA_RELOCATION
	bool "Relocate code/data sections"
	depends on ARM
	help
	  When selected this will relocate .text, data and .bss sections from
	  the specified files and places it in the required memory region. The
	  files should be specified in the CMakeList.txt file with
	  a cmake API zephyr_code_relocate().

config HAS_FLASH_LOAD_OFFSET
	bool
	help
	  This option is selected by targets having a FLASH_LOAD_OFFSET
	  and FLASH_LOAD_SIZE.

if HAS_FLASH_LOAD_OFFSET

config USE_DT_CODE_PARTITION
	bool "Link application into /chosen/zephyr,code-partition from devicetree"
	help
	  When enabled, the application will be linked into the flash partition
	  selected by the zephyr,code-partition property in /chosen in devicetree.
	  When this is disabled, the flash load offset and size can be set manually
	  below.

# Workaround for not being able to have commas in macro arguments
DT_CHOSEN_Z_CODE_PARTITION := zephyr,code-partition

config FLASH_LOAD_OFFSET
	# Only user-configurable when USE_DT_CODE_PARTITION is disabled
	hex "Kernel load offset" if !USE_DT_CODE_PARTITION
	default $(dt_chosen_reg_addr_hex,$(DT_CHOSEN_Z_CODE_PARTITION)) if USE_DT_CODE_PARTITION
	default 0
	help
	  This option specifies the byte offset from the beginning of flash that
	  the kernel should be loaded into. Changing this value from zero will
	  affect the Zephyr image's link, and will decrease the total amount of
	  flash available for use by application code.

	  If unsure, leave at the default value 0.

config FLASH_LOAD_SIZE
	# Only user-configurable when USE_DT_CODE_PARTITION is disabled
	hex "Kernel load size" if !USE_DT_CODE_PARTITION
	default $(dt_chosen_reg_size_hex,$(DT_CHOSEN_Z_CODE_PARTITION)) if USE_DT_CODE_PARTITION
	default 0
	help
	  If non-zero, this option specifies the size, in bytes, of the flash
	  area that the Zephyr image will be allowed to occupy.  If zero, the
	  image will be able to occupy from the FLASH_LOAD_OFFSET to the end of
	  the device.

	  If unsure, leave at the default value 0.

endif # HAS_FLASH_LOAD_OFFSET

config ROM_START_OFFSET
	hex
	prompt "ROM start offset" if !BOOTLOADER_MCUBOOT
	default 0x200 if BOOTLOADER_MCUBOOT
	default 0
	help
	  If the application is built for chain-loading by a bootloader this
	  variable is required to be set to value that leaves sufficient
	  space between the beginning of the image and the start of the first
	  section to store an image header or any other metadata.
	  In the particular case of the MCUboot bootloader this reserves enough
	  space to store the image header, which should also meet vector table
	  alignment requirements on most ARM targets, although some targets
	  may require smaller or larger values.

config HAVE_CUSTOM_LINKER_SCRIPT
	bool "Custom linker scripts provided"
	help
	  Set this option if you have a custom linker script which needed to
	  be define in CUSTOM_LINKER_SCRIPT.

config CUSTOM_LINKER_SCRIPT
	string "Path to custom linker script"
	depends on HAVE_CUSTOM_LINKER_SCRIPT
	help
	  Path to the linker script to be used instead of the one define by the
	  board.

	  The linker script must be based on a version provided by Zephyr since
	  the kernel can expect a certain layout/certain regions.

	  This is useful when an application needs to add sections into the
	  linker script and avoid having to change the script provided by
	  Zephyr.

config KERNEL_ENTRY
	string "Kernel entry symbol"
	default "__start"
	help
	  Code entry symbol, to be set at linking phase.

config LINKER_SORT_BY_ALIGNMENT
	bool "Sort input sections by alignment"
	default y
	help
	  This turns on the linker flag to sort sections by alignment
	  in decreasing size of symbols. This helps to minimize
	  padding between symbols.

endmenu

menu "Compiler Options"

config CODING_GUIDELINE_CHECK
	bool "Enforce coding guideline rules"
	help
	  Use available compiler flags to check coding guideline rules during
	  the build.

config NATIVE_APPLICATION
	bool "Build as a native host application"
	help
	  Build as a native application that can run on the host and using
	  resources and libraries provided by the host.

choice
	prompt "Optimization level"
	default NO_OPTIMIZATIONS    if COVERAGE
	default DEBUG_OPTIMIZATIONS if DEBUG
	default SIZE_OPTIMIZATIONS
	help
	  Note that these flags shall only control the compiler
	  optimization level, and that no extra debug code shall be
	  conditionally compiled based on them.

config SIZE_OPTIMIZATIONS
	bool "Optimize for size"
	help
	  Compiler optimizations will be set to -Os independently of other
	  options.

config SPEED_OPTIMIZATIONS
	bool "Optimize for speed"
	help
	  Compiler optimizations will be set to -O2 independently of other
	  options.

config DEBUG_OPTIMIZATIONS
	bool "Optimize debugging experience"
	help
	  Compiler optimizations will be set to -Og independently of other
	  options.

config NO_OPTIMIZATIONS
	bool "Optimize nothing"
	help
	  Compiler optimizations will be set to -O0 independently of other
	  options.

endchoice

config COMPILER_OPT
	string "Custom compiler options"
	help
	  This option is a free-form string that is passed to the compiler
	  when building all parts of a project (i.e. kernel).
	  The compiler options specified by this string supplement the
	  predefined set of compiler supplied by the build system,
	  and can be used to change compiler optimization, warning and error
	  messages, and so on.

endmenu

choice
	prompt "Error checking behavior for CHECK macro"
	default RUNTIME_ERROR_CHECKS

config ASSERT_ON_ERRORS
	bool "Assert on all errors"
	help
	  Assert on errors covered with the CHECK macro.

config NO_RUNTIME_CHECKS
	bool "No runtime error checks"
	help
	  Do not do any runtime checks or asserts when using the CHECK macro.

config RUNTIME_ERROR_CHECKS
	bool "Enable runtime error checks"
	help
	  Always perform runtime checks covered with the CHECK macro. This
	  option is the default and the only option used during testing.

endchoice

menu "Build Options"

config KERNEL_BIN_NAME
	string "The kernel binary name"
	default "zephyr"
	help
	  This option sets the name of the generated kernel binary.

config OUTPUT_STAT
	bool "Create a statistics file"
	default y
	help
	  Create a stat file using readelf -e <elf>

config OUTPUT_DISASSEMBLY
	bool "Create a disassembly file"
	default y
	help
	  Create an .lst file with the assembly listing of the firmware.

config OUTPUT_DISASSEMBLE_ALL
	bool "Disassemble all sections with source. Fill zeros."
	default n
	depends on OUTPUT_DISASSEMBLY
	help
	  The .lst file will contain complete disassembly of the firmware
	  not just those expected to contain instructions including zeros

config OUTPUT_PRINT_MEMORY_USAGE
	bool "Print memory usage to stdout"
	default y
	help
	  If the toolchain supports it, this option will pass
	  --print-memory-region to the linker when it is doing it's first
	  linker pass. Note that the memory regions are symbolic concepts
	  defined by the linker scripts and do not necessarily map
	  directly to the real physical address space. Take also note that
	  some platforms do two passes of the linker so the results do not
	  match exactly to the final elf file. See also rom_report,
	  ram_report and
	  https://sourceware.org/binutils/docs/ld/MEMORY.html

config CLEANUP_INTERMEDIATE_FILES
	bool "Remove all intermediate files"
	help
	  Delete intermediate files to save space and cleanup clutter resulting
	  from the build process.

config BUILD_NO_GAP_FILL
	bool "Don't fill gaps in generated hex/bin/s19 files."

config BUILD_OUTPUT_HEX
	bool "Build a binary in HEX format"
	help
	  Build an Intel HEX binary zephyr/zephyr.hex in the build directory.
	  The name of this file can be customized with CONFIG_KERNEL_BIN_NAME.

config BUILD_OUTPUT_BIN
	bool "Build a binary in BIN format"
	default y
	help
	  Build a "raw" binary zephyr/zephyr.bin in the build directory.
	  The name of this file can be customized with CONFIG_KERNEL_BIN_NAME.

config BUILD_OUTPUT_EXE
	bool "Build a binary in ELF format with .exe extension"
	help
	  Build an ELF binary that can run in the host system at
	  zephyr/zephyr.exe in the build directory.
	  The name of this file can be customized with CONFIG_KERNEL_BIN_NAME.

config BUILD_OUTPUT_S19
	bool "Build a binary in S19 format"
	help
	  Build an S19 binary zephyr/zephyr.s19 in the build directory.
	  The name of this file can be customized with CONFIG_KERNEL_BIN_NAME.

config BUILD_OUTPUT_STRIPPED
	bool "Build a stripped binary"
	help
	  Build a stripped binary zephyr/zephyr.strip in the build directory.
	  The name of this file can be customized with CONFIG_KERNEL_BIN_NAME.

config APPLICATION_DEFINED_SYSCALL
	bool "Scan application folder for any syscall definition"
	help
	  Scan additional folders inside application source folder
	  for application defined syscalls.

config MAKEFILE_EXPORTS
	bool "Generate build metadata files named Makefile.exports"
	help
	  Generates a file with build information that can be read by
	  third party Makefile-based build systems.

config DEPRECATED_ZEPHYR_INT_TYPES
	bool "Allow the use of the deprecated zephyr integer types"
	help
	  Allows the use of the deprecated Zephyr integer typedefs defined in
	  Zephyr 2.3 and previous versions.  These types are:
	  u8_t, u16_t, u32_t, u64_t, s8_t, s16_t, s32_t, and s64_t.

endmenu
endmenu


menu "Boot Options"

config IS_BOOTLOADER
	bool "Act as a bootloader"
	depends on XIP
	depends on ARM
	help
	  This option indicates that Zephyr will act as a bootloader to execute
	  a separate Zephyr image payload.

config BOOTLOADER_SRAM_SIZE
	int "SRAM reserved for bootloader"
	default 16
	depends on !XIP || IS_BOOTLOADER
	depends on ARM || XTENSA
	help
	  This option specifies the amount of SRAM (measure in kB) reserved for
	  a bootloader image, when either:
	  - the Zephyr image itself is to act as the bootloader, or
	  - Zephyr is a !XIP image, which implicitly assumes existence of a
	  bootloader that loads the Zephyr !XIP image onto SRAM.

config MCUBOOT
	bool
	help
	  Hidden option used to indicate that the current image is MCUBoot

config BOOTLOADER_MCUBOOT
	bool "MCUboot bootloader support"
	select USE_DT_CODE_PARTITION
	imply INIT_ARCH_HW_AT_BOOT if ARCH_SUPPORTS_ARCH_HW_INIT
	depends on !MCUBOOT
	help
	  This option signifies that the target uses MCUboot as a bootloader,
	  or in other words that the image is to be chain-loaded by MCUboot.
	  This sets several required build system and Device Tree options in
	  order for the image generated to be bootable using the MCUboot open
	  source bootloader. Currently this includes:

	    * Setting ROM_START_OFFSET to a default value that allows space
	      for the MCUboot image header
	    * Activating SW_VECTOR_RELAY_CLIENT on Cortex-M0
	      (or Armv8-M baseline) targets with no built-in vector relocation
	      mechanisms

	  By default, this option instructs Zephyr to initialize the core
	  architecture HW registers during boot, when this is supported by
	  the application. This removes the need by MCUboot to reset
	  the core registers' state itself.

if BOOTLOADER_MCUBOOT

config MCUBOOT_SIGNATURE_KEY_FILE
	string "Path to the mcuboot signing key file"
	default ""
	help
	  The file contains a key pair whose public half is verified
	  by your target's MCUboot image. The file is in PEM format.

	  If set to a non-empty value, the build system tries to
	  sign the final binaries using a 'west sign -t imgtool' command.
	  The signed binaries are placed in the build directory
	  at zephyr/zephyr.signed.bin and zephyr/zephyr.signed.hex.

	  The file names can be customized with CONFIG_KERNEL_BIN_NAME.
	  The existence of bin and hex files depends on CONFIG_BUILD_OUTPUT_BIN
	  and CONFIG_BUILD_OUTPUT_HEX.

	  This option should contain an absolute path to the same file
	  as the BOOT_SIGNATURE_KEY_FILE option in your MCUboot
	  .config. (The MCUboot config option is used for the MCUboot
	  bootloader image; this option is for your application which
	  is to be loaded by MCUboot. The MCUboot config option can be
	  a relative path from the MCUboot repository root; this option's
	  behavior is undefined for relative paths.)

	  If left empty, you must sign the Zephyr binaries manually.

config MCUBOOT_EXTRA_IMGTOOL_ARGS
	string "Extra arguments to pass to imgtool"
	default ""
	help
	  If CONFIG_MCUBOOT_SIGNATURE_KEY_FILE is a non-empty string,
	  you can use this option to pass extra options to imgtool.
	  For example, you could set this to "--version 1.2".

config MCUBOOT_GENERATE_CONFIRMED_IMAGE
	bool "Also generate a padded, confirmed image"
	help
	  The signed, padded, and confirmed binaries are placed in the build
	  directory at zephyr/zephyr.signed.confirmed.bin and
	  zephyr/zephyr.signed.confirmed.hex.

	  The file names can be customized with CONFIG_KERNEL_BIN_NAME.
	  The existence of bin and hex files depends on CONFIG_BUILD_OUTPUT_BIN
	  and CONFIG_BUILD_OUTPUT_HEX.

endif # BOOTLOADER_MCUBOOT

config BOOTLOADER_ESP_IDF
	bool "ESP-IDF bootloader support"
	depends on SOC_ESP32
	help
	  This option will trigger the compilation of the ESP-IDF bootloader
	  inside the build folder.
	  At flash time, the bootloader will be flashed with the zephyr image

config BOOTLOADER_BOSSA
	bool "BOSSA bootloader support"
	select USE_DT_CODE_PARTITION
	depends on SOC_FAMILY_SAM0

	help
	  Signifies that the target uses a BOSSA compatible bootloader.  If CDC
	  ACM USB support is also enabled then the board will reboot into the
	  bootloader automatically when bossac is run.

config BOOTLOADER_BOSSA_DEVICE_NAME
	string "BOSSA CDC ACM device name"
	depends on BOOTLOADER_BOSSA && CDC_ACM_DTE_RATE_CALLBACK_SUPPORT
	default "CDC_ACM_0"
	help
	  Sets the CDC ACM port to watch for reboot commands.

choice
	prompt "BOSSA bootloader variant"
	depends on BOOTLOADER_BOSSA

config BOOTLOADER_BOSSA_ARDUINO
	bool "Arduino"
	help
	  Select the Arduino variant of the BOSSA bootloader.  Uses 0x07738135
	  as the magic value to enter the bootloader.

config BOOTLOADER_BOSSA_ADAFRUIT_UF2
	bool "Adafruit UF2"
	help
	  Select the Adafruit UF2 variant of the BOSSA bootloader.  Uses
	  0xf01669ef as the magic value to enter the bootloader.

endchoice

config REBOOT
	bool "Reboot functionality"
	select SYSTEM_CLOCK_DISABLE
	help
	  Enable the sys_reboot() API. Enabling this can drag in other subsystems
	  needed to perform a "safe" reboot (e.g. SYSTEM_CLOCK_DISABLE, to stop the
	  system clock before issuing a reset).

config MISRA_SANE
	bool "MISRA standards compliance features"
	help
	  Causes the source code to build in "MISRA" mode, which
	  disallows some otherwise-permitted features of the C
	  standard for safety reasons.  Specifically variable length
	  arrays are not permitted (and gcc will enforce this).

endmenu

menu "Compatibility"

config COMPAT_INCLUDES
	bool "Suppress warnings when using header shims"
	default y
	help
	  Suppress any warnings from the pre-processor when including
	  deprecated header files.

endmenu