andnan | 1 Nov 17:08 2007
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ucosii and C++

I have a firmware project that is well suited to C++ and a real time OS.

Will the ucosii be ok in a C++ project?

 
Atif Alipasaoglu | 1 Nov 17:34 2007

Re: ucosii and C++

Yes it will be ok in a C++ project. 

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Rudi_Fruth | 1 Nov 17:37 2007
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Re: ucosii and C++

It has worked well for us. Just pay attention to dynamic resource needs such as 'new'.
 
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Tim Stone | 1 Nov 19:13 2007
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Re: ucosii and C++

What about issue such as C++ tends to be a pig on resources?
 

 
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talengd | 12 Nov 03:32 2007
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mc9s12ne64.h missing

Hello,

    I had downloaded the Micrium-Freescale-uCOS-II-View-MC9S12NE64. I
compiled it on CodeWarrior3.1 for HC12, but the compiler show a error
message:"mc9s12ne64.h file not found in includes.h". I search the
CodeWarrior install dir, find only a file:mc9s12e64.h, not
mc9s12ne64.h. Where can I get it? I use mc9s12e64.h replace
mc9s12ne64.h, but some macro can not find. How can I do? Thank you.

 
Tony Hedge | 12 Nov 16:02 2007
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Re: ucosii and C++

I've not found it to be a problem. As Rudi pointed out, be careful
about dynamic allocation - as a good principle of any real-time
design, try to do all your allocation before starting uc/os, eg in the
task constructors.

To be fair, though, I haven't tried it in a very resource-limited
environment such as a small microcontroller.

Regards
Tony
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talengd | 12 Nov 03:38 2007
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mc9s12ne64.h missing

Hello,

    I had downloaded the Micrium-Freescale-uCOS-II-View-MC9S12NE64. I
 compiled it on CodeWarrior3.1 for HC12, but the compiler show a error
 message:"mc9s12ne64.h file not found in includes.h". I search the
 CodeWarrior install dir, find only a file:mc9s12e64.h, not
mc9s12ne64.h. Where
 can I get it? I use mc9s12e64.h replace mc9s12ne64.h, but some macro
 can not find. How can I do? Thank you.

Best regards
talengd

 
Kevin Fodor | 12 Nov 13:51 2007
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RE: ucosii and C++

I have no experience with using ucosii and C++, but compiling a native C program with a C++ compiler is absolutely no different than using just a c-compiler. C++ only becomes a so called “pig” when certain C++ features are used.

 

 

 

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benyehohanan | 13 Nov 17:02 2007
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Re: ucosii and C++

  You don't have to use all the features of C++.  Certainly many
features might be bloated and you want to disable, but at its core you
can use C++ for its ability to group functions in your data using
structs/classes. 
  One criticism of C++ is not just its bloated, but in embedded
projects, it's important that the compiler does not add code that you
are not aware of (default constructors etc).  Just go slowly.

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epoolenh | 25 Nov 22:14 2007

Setting up MicroC/OS-II in Eclipse IDE

I'm in the process of learning Eclipse and MicroC/OS-II at the same 
time, and am having some issues with the Eclipse documentation and 
tutorials.

I would like to set up an Eclise project to build the MicroC/OS-II 
kernel and can't quite figure it out.

Have any of you done that and can you tell me how you did it?

Thanks...

 

Gmane