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FreeRTOS - CHANGE NOTICE Interrupt - Pic32Mx

Posted by stratodream on June 18, 2017

Hi, I'm working with FreeRTOSv9.0.0 and I have a BMP085 pressure sensor that has an End Of Conversion Pin. I would like to use this pin to manage a (CHANGE NOTICE) interrupt on my Pic32 PIC32MX795F512L.

After vTaskStartScheduler(); start my task and in the init of the task i wrote this code : ~~~ TRISBbits.TRISB0 = 0; CNCONbits.ON = 1;
CNENbits.CNEN2 = 1;
CNPUEbits.CNPUE2 = 1;
IPC6bits.CNIP = 1; IEC1bits.CNIE = 1; IFS1bits.CNIF = 0;
INTCONbits.MVEC = 1; asm volatile("ei"); ~~~

than i wrote the ISR as follow :

~~~ void _ISR(CHANGENOTICEVECTOR, IPL1SOFT) vCNInterruptHandler (void) {

MyFlag = 1;
IFS1bits.CNIF = 0; 

} ~~~

About the hardware connection it's all'ok, i already tested the EOC (end of conversion) signal presence and the Pic pin (corresponding to RB0 PORT).

The issue is that the ISR is never executed.

Thanks in advance. Best Regards


FreeRTOS - CHANGE NOTICE Interrupt - Pic32Mx

Posted by rtel on June 18, 2017

What have you done to establish that the issue is related to FreeRTOS. For example, are you implying that in a bare metal project (without FreeRTOS) the interrupt works ok, but in a multi-threaded FreeRTOS project it doesn't. I'm afraid we can't support chip specific interrupt configuration, as per the code you posted.


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