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Contributed Ports (Blackfin)

Posted by Sean McLemon on September 10, 2009
I was looking for the Blackfin port of FreeRTOS, listed in the "Contributed Ports" page but the instructions for obtaining the contributed ports seem to be wrong.

" These can be located in the FreeRTOS/Demo/Unsupported_Demos directory within the main FreeRTOS.org download. "

When you follow the link there is no "Demo" directory in the repository. Can anyone point me to the correct location to get these files, or do they not exist at all any more?

- Sean

RE: Contributed Ports (Blackfin)

Posted by Richard on September 10, 2009
As it says in your post, the path relates to the FreeRTOS download, not a full repository path. What you are looking for is here:



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