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stack pointing wrong?

Posted by Steven on September 6, 2010
hey all,

i have made a basic task scheduler with some elements of the RTOS system
for example i use the same SAVE_CONTEXT and RESTORE_CONTEXT and initialise stack

this is my main:

//main includes
#include "Main.h"
#include "Config.h"
#include "Scheduler.h"

//task includes
#include "KnipperLed.h"

* Create task and then start scheduler
void main()
createTask(knipperLed, 5);//(address task, priority)

//here prog never comes

but i have one problem: if the scheduler starts, the stack points to
the createTask from my main routine instead of to the task?

how is that possible with the same initialise stack and restore_context?

RE: stack pointing wrong?

Posted by Dave on September 6, 2010
This forum has enough to do to support its own RTOS without supporting yours too.

I presume you have kept in all the copyright notices?

RE: stack pointing wrong?

Posted by Steven on September 7, 2010

of course i referenced to freeRTOS

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