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New port submission requirements

Posted by Jerry Ross on February 12, 2010
I ported freeRTOS to the ImageCraft compiler for use on the ATmega128 several years ago. The port now includes the ATmega128X and ATmega256X chips. I use the STK500 for the ATmega128X testing and the STK600 for the ATmega256X testing. Other chips will be included as I purchase and test them.

What are the requirements for inclusion in the supported distribution of freeRTOS?

RE: New port submission requirements

Posted by Richard on February 12, 2010
Hi Jerryhross - changing the way contributions are made is one of my ongoing tasks that never seems to get high enough up the priority list to get finished. Hopefully after the Embedded World show I can return to it. For now, could you send me an email to r (dot) barry [at] freertos.org so we can discuss your port.

Regards.


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