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CommandInterpreter Utility

Posted by Bopamo Osaisai on January 12, 2012

I was curious to know if there are currently any projects using the "CommandInterpreter" utility.


RE: CommandInterpreter Utility

Posted by Richard on January 12, 2012
I think the following project does, but the code is slightly out of date with the code in FreeRTOS V7.1.0 as the command interpreter implementation was not complete. In V7.1.0 the command interpreter includes the ability to pass and pass parameters:


The command interpreter is not yet documented - my apologies - which is why I have not make much of it on the FreeRTOS.org site yet (other than to note it exists). You can see the implementation of the "help" command in the interpreter code itself to see how it is used in V7.1.0. I am writing a new section of the FreeRTOS site that will have the documentation. I am hoping to have that done by Embedded World - at which time I will make more of an announcement and have some more demos that use it. I have one particularly nice demo already ;o)


RE: CommandInterpreter Utility

Posted by Bopamo Osaisai on January 13, 2012
Thank you!

I look forward to demo :-)

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