I am working with an ARM Cortex A7 running FreeRTOS and I am having a problem.
I have 2 tasks, running in parallel, computing different parts of mandelbrot set.
It does not work -:(
Note that running only one of the 2 tasks works perfectly!
However, if I change the code for my task so that it uses ints (with 12 bit fixed point arithmetics), then there is no issues and I can do both calculations in parallel...
It feels that FreeRTOS does not task switch the FPU registers. Is this assumption correct?
If yes, what other registers are not switched (NEON, ...)
See the section "using the floating point unit" on the following page:
Exactly what you need to do depends on the compiler you are using and
the version of FreeRTOS you are using.
I can't find
anywhere in any source files.... using 9.0.....
There are a few different Cortex-A ports, some with GIC support some
with proprietary interrupt controller support, and for different
compilers. configUSETASKFPUSUPPORT is in this version:
ta. that's why I am not seeing it, it's in one of the ports. very good. thanks.
Thanks for your help, I did discover the configUSETASKFPU_SUPPORT define and the vPortTaskUsesFPU(); function call.
It does work now!
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