Various SH-related archives that may be of varying interest are listed here. This is a public list, and others are encouraged to add links to their own archives for general completeness. Most of these archives contain many different things, browsing the archives will result in a more complete and meaningful list then below.
- Paul Mundt
The master archive for all things sh and sh64, abrowse for a complete list of trees:
sh stable and development kernel trees
sh 2.4.x stable tree
sh 2.6.x stable tree
sh2a development tree
sh4a development tree
sh64 stable and development kernel trees
sh64 2.4.x stable tree
sh64 2.6.x stable tree
- Richard Curnow
Many things of interest to Linux/sh64 users and developers alike:
Tool for programming Linux kernel images (and optional ramdisks) into the boot flash on Cayman boards
Ethernet bootloader for downloading Linux kernels to a Cayman board
Tool for drop-in tree manipulation
Older archive of primarily historic interest
- Hiroshi DOYU
Updated sh-boot sources
- Arthur Othieno
Old Maple bus code, here for historical purposes (dropped from sh--stable--2.6)
Dreamcast platform device drivers. Find the shiny new maple stuff here, among other things.
Random sh hacking, that doesn't fit elsewhere.