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AOS

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C++ RTOS for my mustang ECU project

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RTOS written in C++ for LPC23xx (ARM7) microcontroller. Also port for windows exists, but it is not fully functional yet.
Preemptive, powerfull RTOS which i use on PCM for Mustang 2005 V6 cologne engine.

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Features

  • Preemptie kernel, 8 priorities, priority based scheduler with round robin for same priority level
  • Implements its own memory management, only new/delete supported
  • Microframework for application's tasks
  • Semaphores, timers, queues, etc...
  • Written in C++, i tried to eliminate defines and asm.

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User Interface

Console/Terminal

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2012-08-26

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