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    Erika Enterprise RTOS on TC297B

    Hello, we have managed to port Erika Enterprise v2 RTOS to TC297B TFT board in multicore configuration and decided to share it as there is no Erika OS TC297 port available online.
    The code is available at: http://git.edi.lv/vitalijs.fescenko/...rix_TC29x_port. Link also contains some examples - shared data, iLLD integration - and description of how Erika OS port can be developed for other TC2xx boards. We used HighTec GNU compiler available with Free Entry Toolchain, and Erika IDE because BiFACES's Erika OS example does not work in multicore configration.
    We are not experts in Tricore or Erika OS, so any suggestions will be appreciated.
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    Could you post the code in some other place, because this link is not working? Or make this link available somehow? I'm also struggling to start coding with the TC297B and any example code with the Free toolchain would be useful. Thanks

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    I am sorry, now link works. Our network was not accessible from other countries for some reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TricoreTC234x_User View Post
    Hello, we have managed to port Erika Enterprise v2 RTOS to TC297B TFT board in multicore configuration and decided to share it as there is no Erika OS TC297 port available online.
    The code is available at: http://git.edi.lv/vitalijs.fescenko/...rix_TC29x_port. Link also contains some examples - shared data, iLLD integration - and description of how Erika OS port can be developed for other TC2xx boards. We used HighTec GNU compiler available with Free Entry Toolchain, and Erika IDE because BiFACES's Erika OS example does not work in multicore configration.
    We are not experts in Tricore or Erika OS, so any suggestions will be appreciated.
    Hi,I want run Erika OS on the TC275,and I have download the code in the: http://git.edi.lv/vitalijs.fescenko/...rix_TC29x_port. And I reverted the modified by tc29x to tc27x refered the "Porting guide README.md",but it seems can't pass in the Hightec GNU compiler, and I used the iLLD_1_0_1_11_0,so can you give some advice or help to me ,thank you very much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric_Shen View Post
    Hi,I want run Erika OS on the TC275,and I have download the code in the: http://git.edi.lv/vitalijs.fescenko/...rix_TC29x_port. And I reverted the modified by tc29x to tc27x refered the "Porting guide README.md",but it seems can't pass in the Hightec GNU compiler, and I used the iLLD_1_0_1_11_0,so can you give some advice or help to me ,thank you very much.
    Hi, sorry for late reply. We used official tc275 example from ErikaIDE as a base for our tc29x port, so have You tried compilling official example first? If there will be problems with official example, then I suggest You to seek help in Erika forums. Also if You need only 1 core, then I think Infineon provided Erika OS 1 core example. Also regarding ILLD driver integration, I have doubts I did proper job at integrating them in Erika makesystem, so I suggest compilling project without them first.
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