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After vTaskDelete, created objects gone too?

Posted by jirachi2 on May 20, 2014

Will objects created in a task, be gone too when I delete this task with vTaskDelete(NULL)?


After vTaskDelete, created objects gone too?

Posted by rtel on May 20, 2014

From http://www.freertos.org/a00126.html "Memory allocated by the task code is not automatically freed, and should be freed before the task is deleted." so no - only the memory allocated to the task by the kernel (the TCB and stack) are freed. If you application code allocates any other memory or objects it must delete them.

Regards.


After vTaskDelete, created objects gone too?

Posted by jirachi2 on May 20, 2014

Thanks!!

Another question, regarding C++. For example: I have a Foo object. That Foo object makes 3 Bar objects. If I delete the Foo object, will the Bar objects be gone too?


After vTaskDelete, created objects gone too?

Posted by rtel on May 20, 2014

Another question, regarding C++

I don't think that question is related to FreeRTOS.

Regards.


After vTaskDelete, created objects gone too?

Posted by jirachi2 on May 20, 2014

Correct, but could you please answer? You are so superfast in responsing, and I'm sure you know the answer. In the future I won't ask other than FreeRTOS related things.


After vTaskDelete, created objects gone too?

Posted by rtel on May 20, 2014

Sorry but this forum is specifically for FreeRTOS questions, and to remain a valuable resource to people using FreeRTOS must remain so and not become a chatty general programming forum.

There are lots of forums where you can post your C++ questions.

Regards.


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