This is the root repository for all Arm Ethos-U software. It is provided to help users download required repositories and place them in a tree structure.
The externals can be downloaded with a Python script. The default configuration
is stored in
externals.json which is a human readable JSON file.
$ ./fetch_externals.py fetch
The default configuration can be overriddend with the
-c argument, for
$ ./fetch_externals.py -c 20.11.json fetch
The script will build following directory structure.
Directory . +-- core_platform +-- core_software | +-- core_driver | +-- cmsis | +-- tensorflow +-- linux_driver_stack +-- vela
|.||This is the root directory for all Arm Ethos-U software.|
|core_platform||This directory contains target specific files and is provided as an example how core software can be built for target platforms.|
|core_software||The software executing on Arm Cortex-M is referred to as Core Software. This folder provides a small build system that illustrates how to build the key components for the Arm Ethos-U core software.|
|core_driver||The Arm Ethos-U NPU driver.|
|cmsis||CMSIS provides optimized kernels and generic interfaces to the Arm Cortex-M CPUs.|
|tensorflow||The TensorFlow Lite microcontroller framework is used to run inferences.|
|linux_driver_stack||Example driver stack showing how Linux can dispatch inferences to an Arm Ethos-U subsystem.|
|vela||The Vela optimizer takes a TFLu file as input and replaces operators that are supported by the Arm Ethos-U NPU with custom operators designed to run on the NPU. Operators not supported by the NPU are executed in software.|
The Arm Ethos-U is provided under an Apache-2.0 license. Please see LICENSE.txt for more information.
The Arm Ethos-U project welcomes contributions under the Apache-2.0 license.
Before we can accept your contribution, you need to certify its origin and give us your permission. For this process we use the Developer Certificate of Origin (DCO) V1.1 (https://developercertificate.org).
To indicate that you agree to the terms of the DCO, you "sign off" your contribution by adding a line with your name and e-mail address to every git commit message. You must use your real name, no pseudonyms or anonymous contributions are accepted. If there are more than one contributor, everyone adds their name and e-mail to the commit message.
Author: John Doe \<firstname.lastname@example.org\> Date: Mon Feb 29 12:12:12 2016 +0000 Title of the commit Short description of the change. Signed-off-by: John Doe email@example.com Signed-off-by: Foo Bar firstname.lastname@example.org
The contributions will be code reviewed by Arm before they can be accepted into the repository.
Please see Security.