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microPlatform update 0.14

Summary

Zephyr microPlatform changes for 0.14

Zephyr updates from 0.12 cycle, no MCUboot changes

Linux microPlatform changes for 0.14

OSF Unified Linux Kernel updated to the 4.14.33 stable release.

Zephyr microPlatform

Summary

Zephyr updates from 0.12 cycle, no MCUboot changes

Highlights

Components

MCUboot

Features

Bugs

Zephyr

Features

SPI API rework and finalization:
VLAN for Ethernet:

New net shell commands "net vlan", "net vlan add", and "net vlan del" were added to query and manipulate the VLAN configuration.

A new sample application, samples/net/vlan, was added, which can be used to set VLAN tags for ethernet interfaces.

As part of these and other network changes, the ethernet files now live in their own directory, net/ip/l2/ethernet.

Red/black trees:
Completion of DTS support for I2C and SPI on STM32:
Bluetooth generalizations:
Driver updates:
Boards:
Speeding up CI:
Boot banner changes:

The git version does not work properly for out of tree Zephyr applications; details are available at https://github.com/zephyrproject-rtos/zephyr/issues/7044.

User mode memory pools:
Network interface management:

The network shell command "net iface" can now enable or disable network interfaces by index.

Initial support for ethernet interface configuration has been merged. This includes a link speed capabilities query. An API was also merged for changing hardware configuration; this includes link speed, but is not limited to it.

Bugs

GPIO port H on STM32L0:
Sub-region access on ARM MPUs:
Bluetooth Mesh fixes:
Soft float fix:
Temperature channel for nRF5 TEMP:
k_thread_create() stack size check:
POSIX fixes:
Test fixes and cleanups:

hawkBit and MQTT sample application

Features

Bugs

LWM2M sample application

Features

Bugs

Linux microPlatform

Summary

OSF Unified Linux Kernel updated to the 4.14.33 stable release.

Highlights

Components

Meta OSF Layer

Features

Layer Update:

Bugs

Meta Updater Layer

Features

Layer Update:

Bugs

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