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Changing task1 to task3

Posted by Victor Castro on February 2, 2010
Hi,

I have 4 tasks, and the tasks changes only when the timetick ends, but I need to change the task1 to task3 or task4 for example.

How do I do it?

Regards,

Víctor

RE: Changing task1 to task3

Posted by woops_ on February 2, 2010
Call taskYIELD()

RE: Changing task1 to task3

Posted by Victor Castro on February 2, 2010
Ok. But how taskYIELD'll know that I want to call task3?

RE: Changing task1 to task3

Posted by Victor Castro on February 2, 2010
I need to change the task1 to task3 or task4 for example, before the timetick ends.

I tryied to use goto, but it's not working.

Regards,

Víctor

RE: Changing task1 to task3

Posted by MEdwards on February 2, 2010
I think you have some significant misunderstandings of how the system is working and can only suggest you buy the book.

RE: Changing task1 to task3

Posted by Alexander Miks on February 17, 2010
You don't "call" tasks from other tasks. The tasks are running on their own for as long as they need to. If they have nothing to do, you block it and let the scheduler find another task that needs attention and on it goes.
For communication between tasks, use semaphores or queues.


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