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threads.js for Rowley

Posted by Glen B. on October 29, 2007
We use Rowley CrossStudio for development. the ARM7_LPC2138_Rowley demo contains a thread.js file.
However, it seems to have a glitch which results in phantom threads being displayed at times. Possibly it has to with a change in the FreeRTOS list data structure. In any case, does anyone have an updated version of threads.js for FreeRTOS that might work better?

RE: threads.js for Rowley

Posted by Richard on October 29, 2007
Does you application delete tasks? Maybe there is a problem showing tasks that had been deleted or the memory reused?

There will hopefully be an Eclipse plug in soon that will be more sophisticated.


RE: threads.js for Rowley

Posted by Glen B. on October 30, 2007
There is a single task deleted during initial startup of the scheduler. But we sometimes see 2 of these phantom threads, and they seem to come and go. The truth is that I haven't really looked at the issue, I've just been hoping that it is not a real problem but just a display issue, and that someone else will have the same issue, fix it, and say something about the fix!


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