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Posted by Jerry Durand on August 30, 2012
I'm starting a new project using an LPC1226. I presume I can base this on an LPC1113 project I did (which was based on the LPC1114 demo). I'll be using the new cr_startup file in place of the one in the demo.

Is there anything I should be aware of using the LPC1226 with FreeRTOS?

RE: LPC12xx

Posted by MEdwards on August 31, 2012
Just to ensure it has enough RAM to create the stacks for the number of tasks you want.

RE: LPC12xx

Posted by https://www.google.com/accounts on September 11, 2012

You can base your project in that particular example. I'm using LPCXpresso 1114 and it works great. However, pay attention into the FreeRTOSConfig.h file, 'cause there you configure critical stuff (like the heap and memory for tasks) that relies in the microcontroller's available memory.

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