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AVR32 nested interrupts?

Posted by David Hoerl on November 20, 2009
Unfortunately I early on had the impression I could have some FreeRTOS aware interrupts and some that were outside its scope (think motor control) for AVR32 - but I was wrong.

So, the question is - what would I have to do to make this work? Can anyone give me some pointers on what code I need to modify to make this work? I have a real motor I need to control at int3 level, in assembler, and cannot afford to block that level.

Any pointers appreciated!

David


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