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Cortex-M0???

Posted by zeal on June 29, 2010
Is it possible that the Cortex-M0 will be included in supported devices of this OS???...^_^

RE: Cortex-M0???

Posted by zeal on June 29, 2010
If it's possible, when will that be???...^_^

RE: Cortex-M0???

Posted by MEdwards on June 29, 2010
This has been discussed before, when I think the answer was it will be supported (in fact I think there are ports already) when there are M0 devices have more RAM.

RE: Cortex-M0???

Posted by zeal on July 1, 2010
ahh...so at this time, it is still not supported...and there is no definite time when it will be?!...thanks bro...

RE: Cortex-M0???

Posted by ian on July 8, 2010
I've just added a port for the Cortex-M0 based NXP LPC1114 Microcontroller. See the NXP section of the Community Contribution forum.

RE: Cortex-M0???

Posted by Eugene Varshavsky on July 24, 2010
Many thanks for that port!
Here is the link: http://ics.nxp.com/support/lpcxpresso/#Examples
It worked on my LPCXpresso like a charm right out of the 'box'.
Now if you could only direct me to the following:
1. LPC1114 example that uses interrupts, complete with wrappers and routines that end in ISR
2. Documentation that talks about proper implementation of interrupts within a FreeRTOS application

RE: Cortex-M0???

Posted by ian on July 26, 2010
The IAR example for the LPC1114 (posted in the NXP section of the Community Contribution forum) contains an example that uses interrupts to implement a serial port driver.


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