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Documentation additions?

Posted by JC on March 6, 2008
Would it be possible to have the various port* functions, such as portYIELD_FROM_ISR(), added to the online docs?

If they're there, I didn't see them under the API section.


RE: Documentation additions?

Posted by Richard on March 6, 2008
As its in the portable layer - portYIELD_FROM_ISR() is different for each architecture, hence its not in the API documentation. Instead, each port documentation page (under "RTOS ports", the page that describes how to setup and run the demo) should give an example of how to use the macro for each given port.


RE: Documentation additions?

Posted by JC on March 6, 2008
Yeah, I kinda wondered about that. Not having investigated other than the LPC21xx and Stellaris ports, I wasn't really sure.


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