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how to tell FreeRTOS portability vs platform

Posted by supernewbie on August 25, 2009
How to tell if FreeRTOS is able to port to my platform, in other words, what are the must of requirements that my platform must satisfy?
Thanks,

RE: how to tell FreeRTOS portability vs platf

Posted by Dave on August 25, 2009
I think FreeRTOS will port to any micro, the question is will you end up with a usable system? How powerful is the micro and how much RAM does it have, too little of either and the port will not be worth doing.


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