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February, 2006: Porting an RTOS To a New Hardware Platform

RTXC Task definitions - RTXC demo            06/14/05 23:43

Default task stack size is 512
     Number of dynamic tasks is 0
  #   Name    Pri  Entry  Stack Start Description         FPU
  1 RTXCBUG     1 rtxcbug   512   -1  RTXC System Debugger N
  2 SIOIDRV     2 sioidrv   128   -1  serial input drvr    N
  3 SIOODRV     3 sioodrv   128   -1  serial output drvr   N
  4 EXAMPLE1    9 txtask    512   22  example task 1       N
  5 EXAMPLE2    8 rxtask    512   21  example task 2       N
Total number of RAM bytes required = 2480
Total number of ROM bytes required = 78

Figure 2: RTXC task definitions.

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