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Date of registration: Mar 31st 2010

Posts: 22


Saturday, April 7th 2018, 12:52pm


Does anyone over there at Segger have an implementation for RTT that is known to work with TI-RTOS? The documentation for TI-RTOS is a total hellstorm, so if someone at Segger has already solved this, that would be *super* useful.

I am just now trying to put together a project where a CC13xx is used as a coprocessor, and having RTT would be VERY helpful, due to there only being a single UART on the CC1310.
However, when I try to build RTT out-of-the-box, I get an unresolved symbol error for OS_GetBASEPRI / OS_SetBASEPRI. I am not sure where these should be implemented?

When I used RTT previously on an STM32/ThreadX system, everything worked without any modifications. It looks like the GCC config doesn't actually do any chip-level or OS level priority fiddling ... but, again, it worked fine in my previous application.


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Date of registration: Jan 2nd 2017

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Thursday, April 12th 2018, 2:59pm


Thank you for your inquiry.
Unfortunately we do not have a working RTT implementation for TI-RTOS otherwise we would make it available on our website.
We had a customer in the past asking for such a setup as well but looking through TI documentation a Port was rather complex and due to low demand it was not implemented by us.

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