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Using VS

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on January 2, 2006
can do port to x86 of PC in WinXP simulation ? very user use VISUAL STUDIO as IDE because is nice for code editing and compiling after it run in target i know can not run as RTOS in NT OS but have you port Freertos to VS for compiling and simulation running only ?

RE: Using VS

Posted by Richard on January 2, 2006
As far as I know VS cannot be used to generate real mode code (unless maybe you have a really old version). Open Watcom provides a free and easy way to compile and debug the code but I have only tried in on Win2K not WinXP.


RE: Using VS

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on January 3, 2006
i agree you

but we really not need Run in xp !

1.if can not run only compiling the help we to continius use VS 2005 as editor and universal c error cheak!

2. very better if define stack in ram and virtually do stack swiching to not realtime simualtion !

if (2) can not. only (1) help me !

RE: Using VS

Posted by Richard on January 3, 2006
Not sure what you are suggesting with (1) and (2)?

Are you saying that Open Watcom does not work in Windoze XP? I would be surprised if this were the case.

RE: Using VS

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on January 3, 2006

first (high priority) : compile in vs2005 ....
(you can download it in m$ site)

two: very better(lower important) if can (2)

RE: Using VS

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on January 4, 2006
More clearly I say:

Can we have a port of FreeRTOS to Visual C++ 2005? (for simulation purposes).

I use VS2005 as editor and test some part of my microcontroller softwares using its good editor and compiler and debugger!

If I have a port for VC++ 2005 then I can test my programs in it.

We can compile programs in VC++ 2005 using GCC C compiler.(we have two compiler for test ,VC++ for some part of my micro projects,GCC for all projects)

Many part of your micro code is in C/C++,and there is not micro dependent parts in it,you can also simulate that parts in VC++.

It also useful for Barry for faster developement of FreeRTOS (new versions with new features)

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