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what's means the co-routine??

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on March 27, 2006
what's means the co-routine at v4.0.0?
What thing i can use to do with co-routine functionality??

RE: what's means the co-routine??

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on March 27, 2006
co-routines are a way of having cooperative multitasking with very little ram usage.

see:
http://www.freertos.org/taskandcr.html
and
http://www.freertos.org/croutine.html

RE: what's means the co-routine??

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on March 27, 2006
I am sorry.I am in china.I can't visit the www.freertos.org website.

RE: what's means the co-routine??

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on March 27, 2006
I am so sorry! I can't visit the www.freertos.org for some network reason.
Could you send me the html?

RE: what's means the co-routine??

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on March 31, 2006
Looks to me like the task/thread concept as in Windows (and Linux)?
I think threads share the same memory and stack.
Tasks are protected from each other by MMU of course.

Regards,
Joerg

RE: what's means the co-routine??

Posted by Jeff Smith on April 3, 2006
Aren't you contradicting yourself? A thread must not share memory and stack with another thread, or it wouldn't be able to be protected by MMU.


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