StaticEventGroup_t *pxEventGroupBuffer );
Creates a new RTOS event group, and
returns a handle by which the newly created event group can be referenced.
must be set to 1 in FreeRTOSConfig.h and
the RTOS source file FreeRTOS/source/event_groups.c must be
included in the build for the xEventGroupCreateStatic() function to be available.
Each event group requires a [very] small amount of RAM that is used to hold the
event group’s state. If an event group is created using xEventGroupCreate()
then the required RAM is automatically allocated from the FreeRTOS heap.
If an event group is created using xEventGroupCreateStatic()
then the RAM is provided by the application writer, which requires an additional
parameter, but allows the RAM to be statically allocated at compile
time. See the Static Vs
Dynamic allocation page for more information.
Event groups are stored in variables of type EventBits_t. The number of
bits (or flags) implemented within an event group is 8 if configUSE_16_BIT_TICKS is set to
1, or 24 if configUSE_16_BIT_TICKS is set to 0. The dependency on
configUSE_16_BIT_TICKS results from the data type used for thread local storage
in the internal implementation of RTOS tasks.
Must point to a variable of type StaticEventGroup_t, in which
the event group data structure will be stored.
If the event group was created successfully then a handle to the event
group is returned. If pxEventGroupBuffer was NULL then NULL is returned.
/* Declare a variable to hold the handle of the created event group. */
/* Declare a variable to hold the data associated with the created
event group. */
/* Attempt to create the event group. */
xEventGroupHandle = xEventGroupCreateStatic( &xCreatedEventGroup );
/* pxEventGroupBuffer was not null so expect the event group to have
been created? */
configASSERT( xEventGroupHandle );
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