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FreeRTOS on MSP430 using CCE

Posted by Nolte919 on May 14, 2010
I'd like to get FreeRTOS running on an MSP430 processor using Code Composer Essentials v3.1. I found an example of just this at http://www.westmorelandengineering.com/toc.htm. Specifically I’m working with http://www.westmorelandengineering.com/FreeRTOS_MSP430_CCE/FreeRTOS_Demo.zip. When I try to open it with CCE I get an error that the workspace "was not created by this version of Code Composer". So I tried to import the project and I get an error "The Managed Make project could not be read because of the following error: Project type com.ti.ccstudio.managedbuild.ui.programTargetID not found. Managed Make functionality will not be available for this project."

I’m wondering what my problem is and how I can get the project to build, or should I go about this a different way?

RE: FreeRTOS on MSP430 using CCE

Posted by MEdwards on May 14, 2010
Is V3.1 the latest version? Normally backward compatibility is not an issue.

If V3.1 is the latest then ask westmorelandengineering.com.

RE: FreeRTOS on MSP430 using CCE

Posted by Nolte919 on May 17, 2010
It dos appear there is a version 4.0 out but it was released relatively recently and the project from westmorelandengineering has a date from September of 2009. So I imagine it was made with an older version. I do have an email out to wetmorelandengineering.


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