[ECOS] thanks for the support Re: [ECOS] stops at start function
Tue Oct 14 09:36:00 GMT 2003
I got the error in my problem.
I had allocated a pointer to a structure,but in this particular
flow,it missed the assignment of address of structure to the pointer and
hence the pointer was pointing to 0x0.
It was changing this address contents and hence getting stuck.
Thanks for the support the group gave to me.It was really a good
Once again thanks all
Thanks and Regards
On Tue, 2003-10-14 at 10:13, mohanlal jangir wrote:
> > I want first alarm to trigger only once.
> > Second alarm i want to trigger is different from first one.
> > But after my first alarm gets triggered,RTC ISR is not called at all
> > and hence tick function is not called.So there is no increment in real
> > time counter and hence no trigger.
> > What may be the reason for ISR not to be called?
> Do you mean, when your first alarm is triggered, the ISR registered is not
> called!! If I understand your query properly, I would suggest you to check
> following -
> 1. You are registering ISR, with cyg_alarm_create
> 2. Make 4th and 5th argument of cyg_alarm_create "global static". (Basically
> I want to make sure, that valid memory is allocated for those arguments).
> 3. Make sure your alarm is really triggered. Can you send the code snippet,
> which is creating and initialising the alarm?
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