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FreeRtos Porting with Nabto

Posted by sakthikappu on July 31, 2017

Hello

I am trying to port the FreeRtos with Nabto for windows using visual studio 2017 or 2015 , provided freertos +nabto sdk and freertos sdk from the freertos website in the below link

http://www.freertos.org/FreeRTOS-Plus/Nabto/Nabto.shtml

After downloading we have performed our application modified from the program demo in this path

D:freertosfreertosFreeRTOS-PlusDemoFreeRTOSPlusUDPandCLIWindowsSimulator

our application is provided in the below

https://github.com/nabto/appmyproduct-device-stub

When we compile the above demo by adding our application into it using visual studio , it is successfully builded when we run it it is showing up this error

Exception thrown at 0x00000000 in RTOSDemo.exe: 0xC0000005: Access violation executing location 0x00000000.

If there is a handler for this exception, the program may be safely continued.

May i please to know what it is the error about as i am new using visual studio , is there any ways to debug this issue

Please help us to resolve this

Regards

Sakthi


FreeRtos Porting with Nabto

Posted by rtel on July 31, 2017

Access violation at address 0 means something tried to access address 0x00000000 (NULL). In this case something tried to execute something at that address, which I would guess means (perhaps) you tried to execute an uninitialised function pointer.

This is a C coding/debugging question though, not a FreeRTOS question.


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