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FreeRTOS and Yagarto support

Posted by Adam Turowski on April 2, 2009
I've heard that Yagarto is quite useful and stable IDE to work with ARM7TDMI, but I have no experience in using it. I am thinking about using Yagarto to debug/develop software on AT91SAM7X board, but I am not sure yet, how I can achieve that.

- What kind of hardware is needed to connect PC with only USB/PCMCIA connectors to AT91SAM7X256 with JTAG connector?
- Is Yagarto FreeRTOS kernel aware?
- Does Yagarto support all debug/breakpoint/watchpoint features of ARM7TDMI core?

Thank you in advance,
Adam

RE: FreeRTOS and Yagarto support

Posted by Alain Mouette on April 2, 2009
That is very interesting information. I would like to know more about it...

I can even contribute a little: I was able to set breakpoints using OpenOCD, the problem that I got is that if I try to single-step, it goes into some other task or an ISR. That made debugging more difficult :( Is there a solution for this?

Thank for any imput,
Alain

RE: FreeRTOS and Yagarto support

Posted by Richard on April 3, 2009
See http://www.freertos.org/port_SAM7X_Eclipse.html

Yagarto is just the GCC distribution. The IDE you can download from the same page is standard Eclipse - a very old version at that.

The page linked to above shows the setup but is a little outdated as I tend to use a USB interface now rather than the parallel port interface.

Regards.


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