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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:




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.