CONFIG_TIMER_DTMR_CMSDK_APB

ARM CMSDK (Cortex-M System Design Kit) DTMR Timer driver

Type: bool

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The dualtimer (DTMR) present in the platform is used as a timer. This option enables the support for the timer.

Direct dependencies

(COUNTER && BOARD_MPS2_AN385) || (COUNTER && BOARD_V2M_BEETLE) || (COUNTER && BOARD_MUSCA_A) || (SOC_FAMILY_ARM && COUNTER)

(Includes any dependencies from ifs and menus.)

Defaults

  • y

  • y

  • y

Kconfig definitions

At boards/arm/mps2_an385/Kconfig.defconfig:50

Included via Kconfig:8Kconfig.zephyr:26

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config TIMER_DTMR_CMSDK_APB
    bool
    default y
    depends on COUNTER && BOARD_MPS2_AN385

At boards/arm/v2m_beetle/Kconfig.defconfig:59

Included via Kconfig:8Kconfig.zephyr:26

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config TIMER_DTMR_CMSDK_APB
    bool
    default y
    depends on COUNTER && BOARD_V2M_BEETLE

At boards/arm/v2m_musca/Kconfig.defconfig:41

Included via Kconfig:8Kconfig.zephyr:26

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config TIMER_DTMR_CMSDK_APB
    bool
    default y
    depends on COUNTER && BOARD_MUSCA_A

At drivers/counter/Kconfig.dtmr_cmsdk_apb:8

Included via Kconfig:8Kconfig.zephyr:40drivers/Kconfig:58drivers/counter/Kconfig:21

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config TIMER_DTMR_CMSDK_APB
    bool "ARM CMSDK (Cortex-M System Design Kit) DTMR Timer driver"
    depends on SOC_FAMILY_ARM && COUNTER
    help
      The dualtimer (DTMR) present in the platform is used as a timer.
      This option enables the support for the timer.

(The ‘depends on’ condition includes propagated dependencies from ifs and menus.)