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FreeRTOS porting Steps

Posted by lisa_sangu on October 10, 2012
Dear All,

I am new to porting of FreeRTOS.
Can somebody tells me the basic step wise procedure of porting FreeROTS on a microcontroller


RE: FreeRTOS porting Steps

Posted by Richard on October 10, 2012


RE: FreeRTOS porting Steps

Posted by Westmoreland Engineering on October 12, 2012

In general, the single most important thing you can do first is getting your main (possibly only) timer interrupt working and verifying that it works. Blinking an LED at a standard rate and using a stopwatch to verify is a good step too - or just toggling an I/O and watching it on a scope to verify you have your basic timing working is the first, most important step, IMHO.

Good Luck - FreeRTOS is a lot of fun!
John W.

RE: FreeRTOS porting Steps

Posted by lisa_sangu on October 15, 2012
Dear John,

is there a demo application for the same you mentioned ?
i have asked a question regarding same. ( reply no 12) in https://sourceforge.net/projects/freertos/forums/forum/382005/topic/5999440/index/page/1
please suggest me.


RE: FreeRTOS porting Steps

Posted by Richard on October 19, 2012
[This post was lost when the forum software changed. I have added back in manually]

Sorry - didn't know you'd replied. What hardware do you have?
There's a PC app you can try - maybe you should start there.
Have you downloaded the example code in SVN?

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