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How can we add a port to official release?

Posted by Weiting Liu on April 20, 2009
Hi:

We are a chip vender. Does anyone know about how can we add the FreeRTOS demo port of our chip to the FreeRTOS official release? The driver and related software porting is finished. But I can not find any information about add demo port to the FreeRTOS. Does it free for charge? If not, how much shall we pay for that? What kind of information/document should we provide? Thanks for the help!



Sincerely,

Weiting

RE: How can we add a port to official release

Posted by Richard on April 20, 2009
Hi - can you send me an email directly to r (dot) barry (at) freertos.org. Thanks.

Regards.


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