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How make to call for use BlockQ.c

Posted by Héctor Gilberto Barron Gonzale on February 8, 2011
i dont now how call to task in the example BlockQ.c, y know that i need to create a task in the main but what parameters i need to write in the task?

xTaskCreate( vStartBlockingQueueTasks,?,?,?,?,?,?);


RE: How make to call for use BlockQ.c

Posted by Richard Damon on February 8, 2011
Have you read the documentation for xTaskCreate (or any of the rest of the documentation for FreeRTOS?)

RE: How make to call for use BlockQ.c

Posted by Héctor Gilberto Barron Gonzale on February 9, 2011
It is true, I never would have thought : )

Well, the answer is:

int main()
vStartBlockingQueueTasks( mainBLOCK_Q_PRIORITY );
for( ;; );

In the demo folder, we can find the implementations of different manufacturers, and its main files are the calls to the examples of the COMMON folder like "BlockQ.c" , "death.c" ,"integer.c" ,"flash.c","partest.c" etc.


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