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Question about lightweight embedded graphic library for RTOS

Posted by rcprata on April 2, 2017

Dear all,

I'm a Linux Embedded developer, and now, I'm interested to learn about FreeRTOS kernel. I have been working in a opensource lightweight embedded library for displays and touchscreens and I want to port this library for FreeRTOS Kernel. Follow my project: https://github.com/rprata/ibutterfree and www.ibutterfree.com.

1) How can I start my studies on FreeRTOS. What's the best development board that I can buy? 2) Is it common to use a touchscreen in FreeRTOS projects? 3) Is there way to create a Cross Compiler environment in a host machine (using VM or docker)?

Thank you all and feel free to questions, complaints and etc...

Best regards, rcprata


Question about lightweight embedded graphic library for RTOS

Posted by rtel on April 3, 2017

What is the code size? What architectures are you looking to run on?


Question about lightweight embedded graphic library for RTOS

Posted by rcprata on April 3, 2017

Question about lightweight embedded graphic library for RTOS

Posted by rcprata on April 3, 2017

The code size is about 30kb (It's the shared library size). I'm looking to run in Arm's RTOS and others chipset it's possible. Do you have a suggestion which I can start?

I want to contribute to FreeRTOS project with this graphic library.


Question about lightweight embedded graphic library for RTOS

Posted by rtel on April 3, 2017

Well I assume you need a device with a graphics display, so you could start with something like the STM32F7 eval kit. http://www.freertos.org/STSTM32F7Cortex-M7RTOSDemo.html


Question about lightweight embedded graphic library for RTOS

Posted by rcprata on April 3, 2017

Yes, I need a device with a graphics display. I believe that STM32F7 eval kit can be a good choice to start;

Thank you for your help.


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