Posted by Wildcard
on April 21, 2008
iam trying to restart a task in my app. First i delete the task and then i create a new one of this type. I know that the idle task will clean up the memory, but what if the idle-task can not run anytime.
What could go wrong if i call prvCheckTasksWaitingTermination(...) right after deleting the task manually from a user-level "control" task?
In my App unfortunatly the idle task is always starved of microcontroller processing time :(
RE: calling prvCheckTasksWaitingTermination
Posted by Richard
on April 23, 2008
I don't see a problem with this, although I should remove the call from the idle task to ensure there are no conflicts with both your task and the idle task accessing the data structures at the same time. You would also have to make prvCheckTasksWaitingTermination() public, rather than static.
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