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RTOS witch SAM7S256 and WinARM

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on September 23, 2006
Hi

I'm trying to start RTOS using WinARM (ver 20060606). I'm compiling RTOS (it's some warnings..but without errors:) but when the system run and go to xPortStartScheduler (when the timer started) it crash ( no one tick ).. i have't more ideas how to run RTOS...
Do anybody have a working RTOS in WinARM ? Please send me on adamusx2@wp.pl ..
I'am sorry for my terrible english:)
best regards
/Adam

RE: RTOS witch SAM7S256 and WinARM

Posted by Richard on September 23, 2006
It really beats me why people try and use WinARM when all the demos are preconfigured for use with and tested with the GNUARM distribution. All the problems reported on the forum are related to the use of WinARM, and as I don't use it myself there is little I can do to assist other than repeat the advice given in other threads.

Darrik Spaude has been kind enough to send me a working WinARM SAM7 build. I will send it to you now.

Regards.

RE: RTOS witch SAM7S256 and WinARM

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on September 23, 2006
OK. Thank you.


Hmm I'am think that GnuARM and WinARM use the same GCC compiler .
I use WinARM because all examples and project work good and i needn't to run CygWin. Only RTOS makes troubles.

Regards.


RE: RTOS witch SAM7S256 and WinARM

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on September 23, 2006
>I use WinARM because all examples and project
>work good and i needn't to run CygWin

GNUARM comes with a .exe installer for windoze machines that installs everything you need and you can compile from a win command prompt. You do not need to use a cygwin shell.

RE: RTOS witch SAM7S256 and WinARM

Posted by David Williams on September 24, 2006
Also, someone just getting started doesn't necessarily know that GCC from WinARM is different from GCC from GNUARM. They're all GCC, right? All ARM, right? How different can they be?

From my own experience, I find Windows GNUARM GCC4.1 works well, Linux GNUARM GCC3.4 works fine and a weird 4.1 build for the Mac seems to work too. Of all that I test, only WinARM (GCC 4.0) does not work.


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