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FreeRTOS and newlib

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on March 31, 2006
Hi,

If you want to use newlib for your FreeRTOS/ARM project, you should have a look at the sbrk function
in syscalls.c.
There is a range check like:
if (heap_end + incr > stack_ptr) return error;
and
heap_end = & end;

Depending on your FreeRTOS heap version the stack pointer shows in your global memory section, normaly the lower RAM.
Wheras .end points at the end of your stack, normaly at the end of RAM.
So end is alway greater than stack pointer and the memory allocation of newlib fails.
So if your printf doesn't work you maybe look at this one.
syscalls.c should be part of your project files.
Greets,
Joerg

RE: FreeRTOS and newlib

Posted by Richard on March 31, 2006
So the heap_3.c allocation would presumably fail? Thanks for the information.

Regards.

RE: FreeRTOS and newlib

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on March 31, 2006
Yes I think so, as malloc calls presumably sbrk.
I don't now for sure cause I still use heap_1.
Regards


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