There are 2 changes:
- remove early initialisation of LSE and replaced it by LSEDRIVE config
(there is no reason to call HAL_RCC_OscConfig twice).
- add initialisation of the variables PLLSAI1Source and PLLSAI1M as they
are needed in Cube HAL 1.8.1.
IEEE floating point is specified such that a comparison of NaN with itself
returns false, and Python respects these semantics. This patch makes uPy
also have these semantics. The fix has a minor impact on the speed of the
object-equality fast-path, but that seems to be unavoidable and it's much
more important to have correct behaviour (especially in this case where
the wrong answer for nan==nan is silently returned).
These are now returned as "operation not supported" instead of raising
TypeError. In particular, this fixes equality for float vs incompatible
types, which now properly results in False instead of exception. This
also paves the road to support reverse operation (e.g. __radd__) with
This is achieved by introducing mp_obj_get_float_maybe(), similar to
Prior to this patch, the size of the buffer given to pack_into() was checked
for being too small by using the count of the arguments, not their actual
size. For example, a format spec of '4I' would only check that there was 4
bytes available, not 16; and 'I' would check for 1 byte, not 4.
The pack() function is ok because its buffer is created to be exactly the
The fix in this patch calculates the total size of the format spec at the
start of pack_into() and verifies that the buffer is large enough. This
adds some computational overhead, to iterate through the whole format spec.
The alternative is to check during the packing, but that requires extra
code to handle alignment, and the check is anyway not needed for pack().
So to maintain minimal code size the check is done using struct_calcsize.
Prior to this patch, the size of the buffer given to unpack/unpack_from was
checked for being too small by using the count of the arguments, not their
actual size. For example, a format spec of '4I' would only check that
there was 4 bytes available, not 16; and 'I' would check for 1 byte, not 4.
This bug is fixed in this patch by calculating the total size of the format
spec at the start of the unpacking function. This function anyway needs to
calculate the number of items at the start, so calculating the total size
can be done at the same time.
NotImplemented means "try other fallbacks (like calling __rop__
instead of __op__) and if nothing works, raise TypeError". As
MicroPython doesn't implement any fallbacks, signal to raise
TypeError right away.
This upgrades the HAL to the versions:
- F4 V1.16.0
- F7 V1.7.0
- L4 V1.8.1
The main changes were in the SD card driver. The vendor changed the SD
read/write functions to accept block number intead of byte address, so
there is no longer any need for a custom patch for this in stm32lib.
The CardType values also changed, so pyb.SDCard().info() will return
different values for the 3rd element of the tuple, but this function was
The unary-op/binary-op enums are already defined, and there are no
arithmetic tricks used with these types, so it makes sense to use the
correct enum type for arguments that take these values. It also reduces
code size quite a bit for nan-boxing builds.