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Visitor kalle1
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Registered: ‎11-27-2017

Feature request: Static allocation for FreeRTOS

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Would it be possible to add built-in support for static allocation to the FreeRTOS that ships with the Xilinx SDK? I am able to add this myself by including

 

set val [common::get_property CONFIG.support_static_allocation $os_handle]
if {$val == "false"} {
    xput_define $config_file "configSUPPORT_STATIC_ALLOCATION" "0"
} else {
    xput_define $config_file "configSUPPORT_STATIC_ALLOCATION" "1"
}

 

in freertosXX_xilinx.tcl, and 

 

PARAM name = support_static_allocation, type = bool, default = true, desc = "Set to 1 to enable static allocation of FreeRTOS objects such as tasks and queues.";

 

in freertosXX_xilinx.mld, but each time there is an update (or I have to move between PCs) I again have to go through this process. It would be nice if this was included by default.

 

 

 

 

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Registered: ‎10-06-2016

Re: Feature request: Static allocation for FreeRTOS

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Hi @kalle1,

I just reported your request to the development team, but it might take some time until you can see this feature available.

Meantime the best way is to have your customized FreeRTOS in a shared folder and use the custom repositories to share the driver within different PCs (This way you don't need to modify the files more than once).

Regards
Ibai

Ibai
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Registered: ‎10-06-2016

Re: Feature request: Static allocation for FreeRTOS

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Hi @kalle1,

I just reported your request to the development team, but it might take some time until you can see this feature available.

Meantime the best way is to have your customized FreeRTOS in a shared folder and use the custom repositories to share the driver within different PCs (This way you don't need to modify the files more than once).

Regards
Ibai

Ibai
Don’t forget to reply, kudo, and accept as solution.