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+menu "Platform options"
+
+comment "Memory settings"
+
+config NIOS2_MEM_BASE
+ hex "Memory base address"
+ default "0x00000000"
+ help
+ This is the physical address of the memory that the kernel will run
+ from. This address is used to link the kernel and setup initial memory
+ management. You should take the raw memory address without any MMU
+ or cache bits set.
+ Please not that this address is used directly so you have to manually
+ do address translation if it's connected to a bridge.
+
+comment "Device tree"
+
+config NIOS2_DTB_AT_PHYS_ADDR
+ bool "DTB at physical address"
+ default n
+ help
+ When enabled you can select a physical address to load the dtb from.
+ Normally this address is passed by a bootloader such as u-boot but
+ using this you can use a devicetree without a bootloader.
+ This way you can store a devicetree in NOR flash or an onchip rom.
+ Please note that this address is used directly so you have to manually
+ do address translation if it's connected to a bridge. Also take into
+ account that when using an MMU you'd have to ad 0xC0000000 to your
+ address
+
+config NIOS2_DTB_PHYS_ADDR
+ hex "DTB Address"
+ depends on NIOS2_DTB_AT_PHYS_ADDR
+ default "0xC0000000"
+ help
+ Physical address of a dtb blob.
+
+config NIOS2_DTB_SOURCE_BOOL
+ bool "Compile and link device tree into kernel image"
+ default n
+ help
+ This allows you to specify a dts (device tree source) file
+ which will be compiled and linked into the kernel image.
+
+config NIOS2_DTB_SOURCE
+ string "Device tree source file"
+ depends on NIOS2_DTB_SOURCE_BOOL
+ default ""
+ help
+ Absolute path to the device tree source (dts) file describing your
+ system.
+
+comment "Nios II instructions"
+
+config NIOS2_HW_MUL_SUPPORT
+ bool "Enable MUL instruction"
+ default n
+ help
+ Set to true if you configured the Nios II to include the MUL
+ instruction. This will enable the -mhw-mul compiler flag.
+
+config NIOS2_HW_MULX_SUPPORT
+ bool "Enable MULX instruction"
+ default n
+ help
+ Set to true if you configured the Nios II to include the MULX
+ instruction. Enables the -mhw-mulx compiler flag.
+
+config NIOS2_HW_DIV_SUPPORT
+ bool "Enable DIV instruction"
+ default n
+ help
+ Set to true if you configured the Nios II to include the DIV
+ instruction. Enables the -mhw-div compiler flag.
+
+config NIOS2_FPU_SUPPORT
+ bool "Custom floating point instr support"
+ default n
+ help
+ Enables the -mcustom-fpu-cfg=60-1 compiler flag.
+
+config NIOS2_CI_SWAB_SUPPORT
+ bool "Byteswap custom instruction"
+ default n
+ help
+ Use the byteswap (endian converter) Nios II custom instruction provided
+ by Altera and which can be enabled in QSYS builder. This accelerates
+ endian conversions in the kernel (e.g. ntohs).
+
+config NIOS2_CI_SWAB_NO
+ int "Byteswap custom instruction number" if NIOS2_CI_SWAB_SUPPORT
+ default 0
+ help
+ Number of the instruction as configured in QSYS Builder.
+
+comment "Cache settings"
+
+config CUSTOM_CACHE_SETTINGS
+ bool "Custom cache settings"
+ help
+ This option allows you to tweak the cache settings used during early
+ boot (where the information from device tree is not yet available).
+ There should be no reason to change these values. Linux will work
+ perfectly fine, even if the Nios II is configured with smaller caches.
+
+ Say N here unless you know what you are doing.
+
+config NIOS2_DCACHE_SIZE
+ hex "D-Cache size" if CUSTOM_CACHE_SETTINGS
+ range 0x200 0x10000
+ default "0x800"
+ help
+ Maximum possible data cache size.
+
+config NIOS2_DCACHE_LINE_SIZE
+ hex "D-Cache line size" if CUSTOM_CACHE_SETTINGS
+ range 0x10 0x20
+ default "0x20"
+ help
+ Minimum possible data cache line size.
+
+config NIOS2_ICACHE_SIZE
+ hex "I-Cache size" if CUSTOM_CACHE_SETTINGS
+ range 0x200 0x10000
+ default "0x1000"
+ help
+ Maximum possible instruction cache size.
+
+endmenu

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