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FreeRTOS and g++

Posted by Breno Pinheiro on March 27, 2008
Is there any chance to compile an FreeRTOS application using g++ compiler?

I have an application and tried to compile it with g++ but some errors came out:

main.c:438: error: ISO C++ forbids declaration of '__vector_1' with no type

line 438:

PORTA = ~0x80;


main.c:161: error: invalid conversion from 'void (*)()' to 'void (*)(void*)'
main.c:161: error: initializing argument 1 of 'signed char xTaskCreate(void (*)(void*), const signed char*, unsigned int, void*, unsigned char, void**)'

line 161:

xTaskCreate ( control_velocity, (const signed char*) "Vel", configMINIMAL_STACK_SIZE, NULL, 2, NULL );

And others similars errors.

Can anyone figure something out?

I'd love to use g++ compiler because I'm gonna use an C++ written middle ware "Cosmic" along with FreeRTOS.



RE: FreeRTOS and g++

Posted by Richard on March 28, 2008
There have been a couple of other threads in the last few days regarding the use of C++. I think they will provide good info for you.


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