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Use updated LIbs / Drivers for Luminary Board

Posted by dowen on February 7, 2011
I am using a Luminary Micro LM3S811 for a student design project and I wish to use the latest Stellarisware / Keil driverlib libraries. How can I link the FreeRTOS demo to these files or how can I replace the files included with the FreeRTOS demo?

FreeRTOSV6.1.1\Demo\CORTEX_LM3S811_KEIL\LuminaryCode seems to contain the Luminary code, but
FreeRTOSV6.1.1\Demo\Common\drivers\LuminaryMicro also seems to contain libraries.
Which, or both, of these do I need to replace and how do I need to structure my directories to maintain a correct compilation scheme?

Many thanks for any assistance.

RE: Use updated LIbs / Drivers for Luminary Board

Posted by Dave on February 8, 2011
Those demos are quite old now. The best thing to do is open up the existing project, see which driver files it is referencing (which are included in the build, which libraries it is referencing) and just replace those. I suspect it will only use a very small subset of the library files.

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