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MSP430 families

Posted by Bernardo on June 22, 2011
Hello. I'd like to know witch families of MSP430 are supported by freeRTOS.

I have a MSP430F2274 model.

RE: MSP430 families

Posted by Richard on June 23, 2011
There are projects provided for MSP430F449 (MSP430 core) and MSP430F5438 (MSP430X core, small/medium/large models). As both the MSP430 and MSP430X cores are supported you should be able to create a project for any device that has enough RAM.

Regards.

RE: MSP430 families

Posted by Hari on June 28, 2011
I think freeRTOS 7 can support upto the 5xx series of msp430.
I am using msp430f5418 with freeRTOS 7.
the 7th version can also support the large and medium data models.
since you are using 2xx, you might not need these data models.

FreeRTOS 6 had support for 4xx devices but it lacks support for large and medium data models

So may be you can use either FreeRTOS 6 or 7 with some modifications for your specific device...

Regards,
hari

RE: MSP430 families

Posted by Hari on June 28, 2011
I think freeRTOS 7 can support upto the 5xx series of msp430.
I am using msp430f5418 with freeRTOS 7.
the 7th version can also support the large and medium data models.
since you are using 2xx, you might not need these data models.

FreeRTOS 6 had support for 4xx devices but it lacks support for large and medium data models

So may be you can use either FreeRTOS 6 or 7 with some modifications for your specific device...

Regards,
hari

RE: MSP430 families

Posted by Gordon Wall on July 14, 2011
Very new to Free RTOS and using the MSP430F5438

Installed CCS4 and FreeRTOS Demo to C:\FreeRTOS\Demo\MSP430X_MSP430F5438_CC4
per the instructions. Problem is it does not make "out of the box"

When I attempt to build it failed when linking see the final message below:


"../lnk_msp430f5438a.cmd"

error: output file "RTOSDemo.out" exceeds code size limit
error: errors encountered during linking; "RTOSDemo.out" not built

>> Compilation failure
gmake: *** [RTOSDemo.out] Error 1
gmake: Target `all' not remade because of errors.
Build complete for project RTOSDemo

Thanks for any help you can provide....gordon

RE: MSP430 families

Posted by MEdwards on July 14, 2011
“"../lnk_msp430f5438a.cmd"

error: output file "RTOSDemo.out" exceeds code size limit
error: errors encountered during linking; "RTOSDemo.out" not built”


You are using an evaluation version of the compiler that will not build a project that is more than a few K in size. It is a tool error, not an rtos error.

“gmake: *** [RTOSDemo.out] Error 1
gmake: Target `all' not remade because of errors.”


So you are using an evaluation of the compiler with a make file instead of the IDE. I'm guessing you didnt buy it.


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