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What about standards?

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on February 23, 2007
Hi, is possible to know if FreeRTOS adheres to open standards such as POSIX or OSEK/VDX ?
Thank you,

RE: What about standards?

Posted by Richard on February 23, 2007
Nope - but why do you ask? Do you 'really' need it?

An abstraction layer to make it OSEK compliant would be fairly straight forward. If you are interest in this then email me using my private email address - r _dot_ barry #at# freertos.org. You might be interested in the SafeRTOS product?


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