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Where is the menu?

Posted by JIA Pei on March 12, 2013

Where is the menu, as mentioned in http://www.screencast.com/t/HpaHIjD25Th

RE: Where is the menu?

Posted by Richard on March 12, 2013
Unfortunately the screen casts are very old, but although they show an old website, the information they contain is I think still useful.

Which menu are you referring to in this case? If it is the "demos listed by port" mentioned in the screen cast then this has been replaced with: http://www.freertos.org/RTOS_ports.html which contains links to a list for each microcontroller family.


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