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Licensing and portmacro.h

Posted by Darren H on September 30, 2009
Hi,

Sorry for the silly question but are the macros in portmacro.h part of the API as far as the licensing GPL-exceptions are concerned?

I need to yield to a higher priority task after sending to a queue in an ISR. The example in xQueueSendFromISR () uses taskYIELD_FROM_ISR () but notes it's port-specific.

In the NIOS II port the correct macro seems to be portEND_SWITCHING_ISR () - but that's not part of the published API as far as I can tell. Though, as far as I can tell, neither was taskYIELD_FROM_ISR() ...

Thanks,
Darren.

RE: Licensing and portmacro.h

Posted by Richard on September 30, 2009
There is a lot of inconsistency in the naming of the macro that performs that particular piece of functionality between the various ports. Please consider both to be part of the API - its not a problem.

Regards.

RE: Licensing and portmacro.h

Posted by Darren H on September 30, 2009
Thanks for the clarification. I appreciate it!

Darren.


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