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str912fw44 and gcc

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on November 16, 2006
I would like to compile free rtos for str912 microcontroller. Why should I use IAR compilers and not GCC? Are there any problems building a toolchain for ARM9 with gcc?

RE: str912fw44 and gcc

Posted by Nobody/Anonymous on November 17, 2006
There is no reason why you could not use GCC. There is not a base demo project for you to use in the FreeRTOS download, but you could create your own. I would suggest using one of the ARM7 GCC projects as a base, I think the FreeRTOS ARM7 and ARM9 ports are the same essentially.

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