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Source code issue for new porting

Posted by hunter631 on June 25, 2014

Hi there,

We are planning to porting our new MCU/Archicture to FreeRTOS.

Regarding to license issue, according to the link-- http://www.freertos.org/a00114.html, it says that we shall release the modification of kernel files to public, including task.c, queue.c and list.c. And we will have new portable files for our new MCU/archicture under portable directory.

Our question is, shall we also have to release our new portable files to public?

Thanks for your answer


Source code issue for new porting

Posted by rtel on June 25, 2014

Yes.


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