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LPC1768 demo for Codesourcery GNU C complier

Posted by kca on March 2, 2010
Hi,

I am new to LPC1768 and FreeRtos. I found demo programs for LPC1768 for GCC Red Suite. I can't find the makefile in GCC Red Suite example. Is there any example for LPC1768 that uses a makefile? I would like to learn how to setup the compliler flags and options. I am using Sourcery G++ Lite Edition compiler.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.
KC

RE: LPC1768 demo for Codesourcery GNU C complier

Posted by Dave on March 2, 2010
Look in one of the FreeRTOS/demo/CORTEX_LM3Sxxx_GCC directories. I think you will find makefiles there. The linker script will need changing, but everything else should be the same, I think.

RE: LPC1768 demo for Codesourcery GNU C complier

Posted by kca on March 4, 2010
Thanks for the idea.

I found something here which has the LPC1768 for the code red suite converted to eclipse and it has the makefile in it.
http://ics.nxp.com/support/documents/microcontrollers/?type=software&scope=LPC17xx&search=CMSIS

Check this out if you are also looking for the LPC1768 example that uses a makefile.


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