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porting iar 430F449 example to 430FG461 mcu

Posted by Cirith on June 22, 2010
Could someone give me some hints that how to port an existing project to another mcu? any help will be apreciated.

RE: porting iar 430F449 example to 430FG461 mcu

Posted by Cirith on June 22, 2010
I want to port iar 430F449 example to 430FG4619 mcu

RE: porting iar 430F449 example to 430FG461 mcu

Posted by Cirith on June 23, 2010
I corrected all errors for the msp430fg4619, can compile without a problem but now I m taking this error when I run the code;

"Wed Jun 23 15:25:23 2010: The stack 'Stack' is filled to 100% (80 bytes used out of 80). The warning threshold is set to 90.% "

Both MCUs are x4xx family, but when I run the code, the scheduler can not start and giving this error. Is there any advice?

RE: porting iar 430F449 example to 430FG461 mcu

Posted by Cirith on June 23, 2010
when I put a breakpoint in tasks.c file, my code is stopping this line

/* Just to help debugging. */
memset( pxNewTCB->pxStack, tskSTACK_FILL_BYTE, usStackDepth * sizeof( portSTACK_TYPE ) );

Why is it happening?

RE: porting iar 430F449 example to 430FG461 mcu

Posted by Dave on June 23, 2010
Are you using the MSP430X port? The port in the FreeRTOS download is not going to work on that part.

“when I put a breakpoint in tasks.c file, my code is stopping this line

/* Just to help debugging. */
memset( pxNewTCB->pxStack, tskSTACK_FILL_BYTE, usStackDepth * sizeof( portSTACK_TYPE ) );

Why is it happening?”


Is that the line you put the break point on?

RE: porting iar 430F449 example to 430FG461 mcu

Posted by Cirith on June 24, 2010
I m using freertos 6.0.5 and the Demo application is called msp430_IAR, it was ported for msp430f449 and I d like to port it to msp430fg4619.

I changed the header file for new mcu from "msp430x44x.h" to "msp430xG46x.h" inside the "freertos_config.h" and corrected the errors regarding register differences.

I think I should correct heap or stack size but I can not find a solution.

Is that the line you put the break point on? ”


Yes I put a breakpoint on this line and after this line. After one step from this line, I see this image below;






RE: porting iar 430F449 example to 430FG461 mcu

Posted by Richard on June 24, 2010
As DaveDoors said - the port in the FreeRTOS download is not going to work on that part. You need an MSP430X port, the best source for which (currently) is http://www.westmorelandengineering.com.

Regards.

RE: porting iar 430F449 example to 430FG461 mcu

Posted by Cirith on June 24, 2010
thank you all, I ve just requested the password from that site, I hope he would send soon.

Regards

RE: porting iar 430F449 example to 430FG461 mcu

Posted by Cirith on June 25, 2010
Up to now, there is no response from him, does anyone know the password of the zip file for msp430X port?

RE: porting iar 430F449 example to 430FG461 mcu

Posted by pvadim on June 29, 2010
check the last [NEW] at http://www.westmorelandengineering.com, there you will find an active mail.


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