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Porting FreeRTOS in Atmega32 using Rowley CrossworkAVR

Posted by smepl on June 17, 2015

Hi, Recently I have succeeded in porting FreeRTOS into Atmega32 using AVR STUDIO 5.1 . But I wish to do it Using Rowley Crosswork for AVR and I a face problem in converting portmacro.h file compatible with Crosswork for AVR. I tried editing the portmacro.h file for this reason. Can anyone help me with it.


Porting FreeRTOS in Atmega32 using Rowley CrossworkAVR

Posted by rtel on June 17, 2015

To port from one compiler to another you need to keep the actual asm instructions identical, and just change the syntax to be correct for whichever compiler you are using. As this is a question about how to convert GCC code to Rowley code it is a question for Rowley support, not FreeRTOS support. You may however be able to use the MSP430 Rowley port as guidance, assuming the syntax used by the Rowley AVR and MSP compilers is the same.


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