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Beginner problems with Queues...

Posted by noobdeluxe2000 on April 24, 2014

I am having some beginner problems with my Queues. When I compile my code it says that there is multiple definitions of my queue??.

My compiler points to 2 different modules / 2 task where in of them send data (or make a xQueueSend) to the queue and in the other one i receive (or make a xQueueReceive) from it.

My xQueueHandle Queue1 = NULL is declared/initiated in a .h file, and the .h file is included to my other module.

Queue1 = xQueueCreate(3, sizeof(INT8U)) my queue is xQueueCreated in my main...

So I don't know where I am going wrong.. ?? IT would be very helpfull..


Beginner problems with Queues...

Posted by bowerymarc on April 24, 2014

suggest you don't assign a value to your queue handle in the .h file, since it's probably included in multiple files. initialize it in a C file, and use 'extern' in the .h files.

On Apr 24, 2014, at 2:07 PMEDT, noob wrote:

I am having some beginner problems with my Queues. When I compile my code it says that there is multiple definitions of my queue??.

My compiler points to 2 different modules / 2 task where in of them send data (or make a xQueueSend) to the queue and in the other one i receive (or make a xQueueReceive) from it.

My xQueueHandle Queue1 = NULL is declared/initiated in a .h file, and the .h file is included to my other module.

Queue1 = xQueueCreate(3, sizeof(INT8U)) my queue is xQueueCreated in my main...

So I don't know where I am going wrong.. ?? IT would be very helpfull..

Beginner problems with Queues...

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Posted by noobdeluxe2000 on April 24, 2014

Ahh!! thanks a lot :)


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