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msp430fg4618 + IAR warning

Posted by pvadim on May 26, 2010
Hi all,

I have a problem on simulating FreeRTOS V6.0.4 with msp430fg4618 on IAR . When I build the project , appears many warnings like : { Warning[408]: Only 16bit will be pushed to the stack. Use size specifier to avoid warning. } in " portasm.h" in function "portSAVE_CONTEX .

Can anyone help me , because I think this warnings is causing me a bug when I'm debugging demo code from the FreeRTOS for msp430


RE: msp430fg4618 + IAR warning

Posted by pvadim on May 26, 2010
I've made some studies on the architecture after reading a post from this forum and it seems that the problem is in registers (different architecture) msp430fg4618 has 20 bit register like PC , SP .... It is possible to configure FreeROTS to run on such mcu ?

RE: msp430fg4618 + IAR warning

Posted by Richard on May 26, 2010
Look up http://www.westmorelandengineering.com - they have a port for the extended architecture.

Regards.

RE: msp430fg4618 + IAR warning

Posted by pvadim on May 31, 2010
Hi Richard,

thanks for answer, I know this link , I've asked those from westmorelandengineering in a e-mail for msp430x zip's password but till now, no answer.

Cheers


RE: msp430fg4618 + IAR warning

Posted by Anne Thomas on June 13, 2011
Dear pvadim:

Were you able to resolve your problems of using FreeRTOS with MSP430FG4618? If so, I'd like to find out what you did. I'm encountering a similar difficulty. (Please see the post under anne13.)

Thank you,
Anne


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