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IAR Board

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on January 21, 2005
hi everibody,

I'm using the IAR KickStart Card for Philips
LPC2106, can i use the Freertos?



RE: IAR Board

Posted by Richard on January 21, 2005

Did you recently send me an email regarding the KickStart board? If so can you send it again (address from WEB site) as I some how managed to miss place it - thanks.

The FreeRTOS download currently has ports for the LPC2000 series using CrossWords, plain GCC and Keil - but not IAR. However, there is an IAR port for the Atmel SAM7S - which is also has an ARM7 core so is very similar.

Using IAR with the LPC2000 would require setting up a project. This would be a combination: The setup and syntax as per the SAM7 port, with the peripheral configuration as per the LPC2000 ports.

So, having rambled for a while, the quick answer is Yes, but not "straight out of the box".


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