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The following article explains how to use the MCUXpresso Software and Tools to enable runtime statistics for Amazon FreeRTOS V10:

Tutorial: Using Runtime Statistics with Amazon FreeRTOS V10

 

With this it is possible to see how much CPU time (Runtime)  is spent by each task in the system:

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Enjoy!

Erich

NXP has released new updates to the MCUXpresso suite of software and tools. These updates include support for new Kinetis, LPC and i.MX RT devices based on the Arm Cortex-M core, along with improved features and functionality.
In addition to new product support, you will find these updates and enhanced features:


MCUXpresso SDK v2.4.0

  • Updated support for i.MX RT1050, LPC8xx, LPC54018, LPC546xx
  • Updated GNU Arm Embedded Toolchain compiler: GCC Version 7-2017-q4-major
  • Enhanced middleware: Amazon FreeRTOS™ v10, QCA Wi-Fi, Amazon Web services, LittleFS, FatFS R0.13a, lwIP 2.0.3, NXP USB, SDMMC, and Secure Element Middleware Support (A71CH)

 

MCUXpresso IDE v10.2

  • All Pro Edition features have now been incorporated into the Free version (Pro Edition has been discontinued)
  • Redesigned Quickstart Panel – including dedicated debug operation links
  • Updated GUI Flash tool – with easy binary programming and erase capabilities
  • Debug performance improvements
  • Live graphical visualization of global variables
  • Enhanced self-configuring external flash drivers for flashless MCUs
  • Access to SDK documentation directly within the IDE
  • Updated Eclipse Oxygen

Learn more by reading this IDE blog article.

 

MCUXpresso Config Tools v4.1

  • Pin Muxing and GPIO Initialization now included within the Pins Tool
  • New Config Tool Overview screen with individual tool summary
  • Support for Undo / Redo functionality
  • Improved Peripheral Tool UI and support, including support for multiple Peripheral Component versions

Learn more by reading this Config Tools blog article.