I am trying to add a new UDP protocol to my FreeRTOS project and reading the FreeRTOS+UDP Primer – A Step by Step Tutorial it says I must HEAP4. I need to use Heap5. Is this a true limitation?
Heap4 and Heap5 are basically the same, the latter just enables you to split the memory used as the heap across multiple memory regions. Note FreeRTOS+UDP was deprecated some time ago in favour of FreeRTOS+TCP, which can be configured for UDP only operation. The +TCP code has and continues to undergo memory safety proofs.
Thanks, I am in fact using +TCP code. I am also using +CLI and using it as an example of adding a UDP protocol since the interpretor uses a UDP socket.
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