As discussed in #2725, this commit renames a number of stacksize constants to
better convey their intended usage. In addition, constants for thread priority
are given a `THREAD_` prefix. Changes are:
* KERNEL_CONF_STACKSIZE_PRINTF renamed to THREAD_EXTRA_STACKSIZE_PRINTF
* KERNEL_CONF_STACKSIZE_DEFAULT renamed to THREAD_STACKSIZE_DEFAULT
* KERNEL_CONF_STACKSIZE_IDLE renamed to THREAD_STACKSIZE_IDLE
* KERNEL_CONF_STACKSIZE_MAIN renamed to THREAD_STACKSIZE_MAIN
* Move thread stacksizes from kernel.h to thread.h, since the prefix changed
* PRIORITY_MIN renamed to THREAD_PRIORITY_MIN
* PRIORITY_IDLE renamed to THREAD_PRIORITY_IDLE
* PRIORITY_MAIN renamed to THREAD_PRIORITY_MAIN
* Move thread priorities from kernel.h to thread.h since the prefix has changed
* MINIMUM_STACK_SIZE renamed to THREAD_STACKSIZE_MINIMUM for consistency
- Changed the return type for vtimer_init,vtimer_set_msg and vtimer_remove.
- Current return value is not used anywhere and has no meaning attached to it.
- Fix for #1533
- Removed tests which checked for vtimer_set_msg being set.
- Done doxygen adaption for corresponding vtimer functions.
Currently, when using vtimer_set_msg the corresponding msg_t is filled
with the MSG_TIMER ("12345") type.
This approach makes it difficult to differentiate between incoming
messages via vtimer_set_msg.
In this PR I introduce another parameter for the vtimer_set_msg
function to specify a custom msg_t type.