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Port contribution

Posted by mikrobreak on June 21, 2007
Is it possible to contribute with new port ?


RE: Port contribution

Posted by Richard on June 21, 2007
New ports are always welcome. I hold a library of 'unofficial' ports that people have sent in so I can respond to users requests.

I sometime add ports written by other people to the download itself, but this is normally if I can test the code myself first (requiring the correct compiler and hardware).

What have you ported the code to?


RE: Port contribution

Posted by mikrobreak on June 21, 2007
My port was targetted for Toshiba TMP1940FDBF. It is not complete done yet. Currently the code from version 4.3.0 was fitted to that micro and succesfully compiled. So the debugging will be a next step. What behaviour should I observe on LEDs and serial port when the demo application is running ?


RE: Port contribution

Posted by martepisa on June 21, 2007
I just made a simple port for freescale microcontroller MC9S12XEP100 and related family.
It's running onto evaluation board EVB9S12XEP100 with some sample task ( leds, queue, com, a simple serial command shell that implements some commands, d-flash file system etc ). How can I send you the port file ( it differ from the original one only for a single line into the port file because that microcontroller family is 16 bit wide ) ?

PS: Ports file it's related to freeRTOS v4.3.0

RE: Port contribution

Posted by mikrobreak on June 21, 2007
Do you mean the result when the port is running on your board ? So the question was that if is there some documentation about the output of demo when it is running. Exactly the behaviour what could I expect from it.


RE: Port contribution

Posted by Richard on June 22, 2007
Excellent - please send the files to r _dot_ barry _at_ freertos.org (the email address form the contacts page of the FreeRTOS.org site). Do not use the sourceforge email address as it strips attachments.

Thanks and regards.

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