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OPEN demo with eclipse and stack error??

Posted by raedbenz on December 16, 2008
hi,,,

i am newbie to eclipse and freertos. i have installed eclipse/yagarto and managed to run simple blink led program on LPC2368.
but how do we open a demo project from FREERTOS for LPC2368 with eclipse/yagarto??
do i create an empty project then i import it?? if yes which import? is it "Existing project into workspace" or "File System"????? do i have to do other changes????

more over i used the first method and i get error when i build :

undefined reference to `usTaskCheckFreeStackSpace'

hints??
thanks

RE: OPEN demo with eclipse and stack error??

Posted by MEdwards on December 16, 2008
Ensure the yagarto\bin directory is in your PATH environment, then start Eclipse. When Eclipse starts it will ask you to select a workspace. At this point select the directory freertos\Demo\ARM7_LPC2368_Eclipse and it will open the workspace and the freertos project.

RE: OPEN demo with eclipse and stack error??

Posted by raedbenz on December 16, 2008
thanks..
but i am still getting this error:

FreeRTOS\Demo\ARM7_LPC2368_Eclipse\RTOSDemo/../../../Source/tasks.c:1825: undefined reference to `usTaskCheckFreeStackSpace'


???

RE: OPEN demo with eclipse and stack error??

Posted by raedbenz on December 16, 2008
thanks..
but i am still getting this error:

FreeRTOS\Demo\ARM7_LPC2368_Eclipse\RTOSDemo/../../../Source/tasks.c:1825: undefined reference to `usTaskCheckFreeStackSpace'


???


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