[TriEmbed] dumb question about mbed and external libraries

Pete Soper pete at soper.us
Tue Apr 19 11:37:11 CDT 2016


It's been my experience that the library import insists on you 
specifying a project and the library appears under that in the left side 
GUI tree. There's got to be a trivial way to make it available to other 
projects, but I haven't looked for that.
Unless I'm mistaken the rev 8 FreeRTOS is the most recent "stable" 
version. I wonder if there is a config.h file with your newer version 
that has to get copies or adapted? There is also a "FreeRTOSConfig.h", 
but that seems to be a different animal.
-Pete

On 04/18/2016 04:29 PM, Alex Davis via TriEmbed wrote:
> When you add a library to mbed, do you have to add it to each project?
> I'd imported FreeRTOS from the import wizard, but it wanted to associate
> it with a project, and this did not seem to make it available to other
> projects. I'm used to the idea of an include path from gcc and
> makefiles. I'm sure I'm either doing it wrong in mbed or missing a
> config step.
>
> As an aside, the library called "FreeRTOS" does compile properly with
> the "day one" example from the recent FreeRTOS class. There's another
> version "FreeRTOS_V8_2_1" which appears tied to a specific dev board and
> failed on a missing config.h file.
>
> Thanks,
> Alex
>




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