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Steps to port free rtos to PIC

Posted by Sivakumar on March 28, 2010
Hi all,
i am new to free rtos , could anyone help me in giving steps to port free rtos to pic microcontroller.


RE: Steps to port free rtos to PIC

Posted by Richard on March 28, 2010
Yes - if you are using a PIC24, dsPIC or PIC32, then start with the demo project provided in the main FreeRTOS download for your chosen microcontroller. That way you will start with a known good working project, and can then adapt it to add in the functionality you need. You should not need to port anything, other than maybe a few IO to get different LED's and the like working.


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