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RTOS Port on ATmega32

Posted by Vishvesh on August 19, 2013
I am trying to port RTOS port for ATmega323 using IAR . I am using IAR Workbench for ATmel AVR 6.11

I am facing a problem using breakpointing using JTAGICE mkII .
when i put the IDE in debug mode an error message pops up . It says stack plugin failed to set a breakpoint on main .
I havent done any changes in configuring the port except changing the controller . Please help me through this .
thanking you
vishvesh


RE: RTOS Port on ATmega32

Posted by Dave on August 19, 2013
Are you sure this is a FreeRTOS question and not a question for IAR?

RE: RTOS Port on ATmega32

Posted by Vishvesh on August 19, 2013
the RTOS port provided for ATmega323 is giving this problem on IAR 6.11 for AVR. you may check this on simulator simulating the same .. so needed the help on this ..

thanx a lot

RE: RTOS Port on ATmega32

Posted by Richard on August 19, 2013
I don't think that will prevent debugging - at least it didn't for me.

The plug-in that checks the stack is not useful when you are running FreeRTOS anyway because task stacks come from the FreeRTOS heap - which the compiler and linker know nothing about - so it is best just to turn it off anyway. That can be done using the Tools->Options menu item in the IDE.

Regards.


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