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FreeRTOS for LPC4350

Posted by gregd29 on December 25, 2011
Thanks for the Keil Port for LPC4350. It is great to see the very quick support for new processors.
I have a few questions about future support of the LPC4350:

1) How soon do you feel the IAR EWARM compiler will be supported or is this in your plans for sure?
2) I saw in the notes where a port for the M0 core was also planned. Do you have any thoughts of integrating any of the FreeRTOS features to provide support for inter processor communications or will this be two totally independent implementations?

RE: FreeRTOS for LPC4350

Posted by MEdwards on December 27, 2011
There is a CortexM4F port layer in FreeRTOS 7.1.0 already. It is demonstrated on an ST part though.

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