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Rowley threads.js problem

Posted by *anonymous on February 1, 2008

regarding FreeRTOSDemoARM7_LPC2138_Rowleythreads.js

I asked previously whether there was a problem with this JavaScript file, because it seems to display 'phantom' FreeRTOS threads in the CrossStudio Threads display panel. There was no help at the time. I have just made time to look at this issue myself, and think I have found the problem.

In the function add_list, the line

    for (i = 0; i < list.uxNumberOfItems + 1; i++)

should be, I think:

    for (i = 0; i < list.uxNumberOfItems; i++)


Rowley threads.js problem

Posted by richardbarry on February 1, 2008

Thanks for taking the time to provide the information.


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