They will be updated to match the latest project that is released.
Essentially there are two classes of parts through hole (TH) and surface mount (SMD). There are two flavors of parts standard footprints (SOIC8, 0603 things like that), and not standard.
Therefore there are 4 libraries. If a part isn’t known to be standard it will go in the non-standard library. Most parts will have a default package for PCB-CV, other packages may exist but you are advised to check the pinout if you don’t use the default package
I have made a short video about some progress on the openHiFi project:
It is based on Procyon and a DAC (WM8740) board I got in the last batch of PCBs. Though it doesn’t sound great in the video it does in real life. FLAC and WAV 44.1 KHz/16-bit (Red Book) are the only current supported formats and will be until the full openHiFi is complete as I only have CD audio sources.
It is good to see the core function of the player work but there is much left to do.
With the release of LM4F parts Ti broke the makefiles for our example codes. The current version of StellarisWare is 8264, and our examples have been tested to compile against that code. The docs section will be updated soon to reflect the update.
The main changes were the postfix of -cm3 to the binary archives for the driver library, and the removal of pin maps from the GPIO header file to another file. This required a change in the part definition with an extra define in the makefiles.
There are no functional changes to the code base, just compatibility with the current version of StellarisWare.