[ECOS] Interupt vector 19
Wed Nov 24 19:42:00 GMT 2004
> I'm not sure if I understand your question correctly. On a "normal" target
> (e.g. with firmware using eCos kernel functionalities) the eCos real time
> clock triggers the eCos scheduler. That means that timer (in your case
> vector 19) interrupts are a prerequisite for a running system...
Oh OK, thats all I wanted to know, I don't want it hanging for no reason.
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