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FreeRTOS ported to AVR32

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on May 29, 2006
Hi everybody,

I made a preliminary port of FreeRTOS to the AT32AP7000 AVR32 processor from Atmel.

It is currently available as patches against v3.2.4 and V4.0.2

Check http://www.avrfreaks.net/index.php?module=FreaksAcademy&func=viewItem&item_type=project&item_id=595
for the patches

The demo application is currently limited (just driving some leds and handling usart using interrupt). I'll add more features asap



RE: FreeRTOS ported to AVR32

Posted by Richard on May 29, 2006
Hi Ronan,

Excellent thanks! I have no experience yet with the AVR32. Reading your port will be interesting. I will put a link on the FreeRTOS.org site.


RE: FreeRTOS ported to AVR32

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on May 29, 2006
Thank you Richard,

Be aware that it is still a preliminary port and there are lots of improvement to be done. I hope to find time to continue on improving this port, but I'm very busy now . Any contribution/comment is welcome.

I may move files to a dedicated avr32-freertos project on Sourceforge in the next days so that other people can contribute more easely.
I hope one day this port will be good enough to b e added to the "official" FreeRTOS release :-)


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