Tock kernel for the SMA Q3 smartwatch.
It is based on nRF52840 SoC (Cortex M4 core with a BLE transceiver) with SWD as I/O and many peripherals.
Reverse-engineered documentation available at: https://hackaday.io/project/175577-hackable-nrf52840-smart-watch
- UART Writer
- Supported drivers by the platform
- CHIP 🔒
- Dummy buffer that causes the linker to reserve enough space for the stack.
- This is in a separate, inline(never) function so that its stack frame is removed when this function returns. Otherwise, the stack space used for these static_inits is wasted.
- main⚠Main function called after RAM initialized.