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Where is pvPortMalloc for ATMega323?

Posted by jff on March 2, 2011
Hi,

I'm currently learning how FreeRTOS is structured and reading its source code. I thought that each port had to define its own pvPortMalloc function, but I can't find its definition for the ATMega323 port. How is memory allocated in this case?

Apologies if I am missing something trivial. Thanks in advance,
Joao

RE: Where is pvPortMalloc for ATMega323?

Posted by Richard Damon on March 2, 2011
Each port does not need to define its own pvPortMalloc, as they have been implemented in portable code. In the portable directory there is a sub directory MemMang which has code for the various options of memory management.

RE: Where is pvPortMalloc for ATMega323?

Posted by jff on March 2, 2011
Oh, I have missed that. Thank you for your time, Richard!


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