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Filename Case Issues - Ugh...

Posted by duaneellis on December 22, 2007
I guess primary development for free-rtos is some what WinXX based.

There are a number of incorrect case filenames in source and makefiles.

For example: Demo/ARM7_AT91SAM7X256_Eclipse/RTOSDemo

main.c: #include "uip_task.h" vrs correct: #include "uIP_Task.h"
makefile: emac_isr.c vrs actual EMAC_ISR.c
emac_isr.c: #include "Semphr.h" vrs correct: #include "semphr.h"
emac_isr.c: #include "Task.h" vrs correct: #include "task.h"

There are perhaps others... I found these in the first few minutes.

Does freertos presently have a policy about filename case issues?
Or perhaps a tool that fixes, scans, detects these problems?


RE: Filename Case Issues - Ugh...

Posted by Richard on December 22, 2007
This is because I only test on Windoze machines. It is a common cause of annoyance to other people, sorry and all. If you point out here what you find, or alternatively in the change request tracker, then I can make the necessary changes in SVN to ensure they make it into the next official release.


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