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PIC problem

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on March 25, 2007
Dear Friends,
recently I came across this free RTOS .... but I am not sure how to compile it. I looking for mutlitasking applications. What do I do with ROTS .. I know that we have to compile demo programs ... but when I am writing it to processor say PIC 18F4550 how to include RTOS.
I am slightly confused about it. If anyone can help me in this regard who has already used this .. it would be great help. by the way I have PIC demo-board .. on this website it says that it needs FED demo board ....? It would of real help to me if fellow freinds come to my help

RE: PIC problem

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on March 25, 2007
Open up the demo project in MPLAB. It should compiler and link straight away. If you are running it on the Microchip hardware instead of FED then you will need to change the partest.c file which is part of the demo to use the LEDs on your demo board. This is just a matter of changing the port and/or outputs used to turn the LEDs on and off.


RE: PIC problem

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on March 28, 2007
Thank you Dave

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