FreeRTOS - Latest version will not compile

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Is it just me?

I deleted the old FreeRTOS. Downloaded new for WinAVR (latestt)

But the BAT file for buildClean just loops forever.
If I run the make clean from within the coff folder, it loops, displaying the same files over and over.

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Does the site say that it supports the latest WinAVR release?

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Ahem, I love questions as answers.

The makefile doesn't get to the GCC commands. It sticks in a loop copying header files and running them through sed.

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From what I know (=I might be wrong) there is no classic algorithmic "flow control" in a makefile. Could You elaborate on Your formulation "sticks in a loop"?

Or is the looping being done in a BAT-file?

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If the issue is in the makefile, you can get more information about what is happening. If you do "make --help" it will print out a screenful of information on the various command line options. In particular, look at "-d" (debug) and "-n" (which simply prints out what would be done without actually doing it).

Dave

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stevech wrote:
Ahem, I love questions as answers.

Oh, good. I have another for you. :)

Did you contact the author of FreeRTOS about the problem?