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Renesas R32C port

Posted by Scott Wagner on August 5, 2009
Hello all,

I am interested in using FreeRTOS with a Renesas R32C/111 - specifically, a port to a RSK2R32C111 eval kit. Has anyone done this or something similar? If not, I'm willing to do / contrib the port. I think my starting point is the Hitachi H8S2329 port.

Any comments / pointers / suggestions?

Thanks
Scott Wagner

RE: Renesas R32C port

Posted by Richard on August 5, 2009
The M16C port is a contributed port, and therefore not supported by me directly. You can find the source files in a .zip file called M16C_iar_FD.zip within the FreeRTOS/Demo/Unsupported_Demos directory. See http://www.freertos.org/RTOS-contributed-ports.html .

It comes with an app note too.

Regards.


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