On Tue, May 19, 2015 at 1:51 PM, Julius Werner <jwerner(a)chromium.org> wrote:
Presently, arm64 isn’t a supported architecture
for coreboot in
emulation, mainly due to the fact that the port we have runs in
bootblock and romstage stages. I would work to re-structure this and get
these stages running in 64-bit.
Just wanted to make sure you know that we were also planning to rework
the whole bootblock and romstage mess on ARM64 in the near future for
a Chromium project. When you get to that part in your project please
let me know what you're planning to do so we can avoid doing the same
thing twice and stepping on each other's toes.
(Also, not sure if you know this already but we did use to have an
emulation/foundation-armv8 port already that I think even somewhat
booted as some point. It just fell into disrepair with latter changes
but it might still be a useful starting point.)
I didn't know about this. I guess you mean :
Indeed, this would be helpful for a start.