The Analog Devices FreeRTOS product contains support for the following processors:
Are there any plans to support the Blackfin ADSP-BF6xx processor family?
We are considering the Blackfin for a project(s), and we need ethernet - the BF6xx family is the logical choice.
lwIP requires a RTOS, and uC/OS is prohibitively expensive, especially when an alternative like FreeRTOS exists.
If not, does anyone know if such a port would be doable based on looking at the existing ports, or would the dual-core nature of the BF6xx require some "intimate" familiarity with the processor?
unfortunately there are currently no plans to port FreeRTOS to the BF6xx family of processors.
A port from the BF7xx FreeRTOS port would not be simple since the BF7xx has additional hardware features that are utlitized by this port of FreeRTOS.
With regards to the dual-core nature of the processor, the complexity of the port would depend on whether you wanted to have to independent versions of FreeRTOS running isolated on each core or whether you are wanting some form of scheduling across the cores etc ( which would be FAR more complicated).
we also are very interested in a port for BF60x. for my point of view it would be helpful to support only one of the cores. so keep it simple, maybe we try to port it in the future. but for BF60x there is no practical solution. micrium is not a good choice !
Do you know where can I find some RTOS pre-configured demo for ADuCM322 processor family??
I'll really apprecite if you can provide information about that.
Thanks in advance!