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vespaman
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While there are general non-blocking support in RTCS, I cannot find any information, also connect() has this support.

 

I'm looking into having a go at RTCS for my project, and are trying to find the disadvantages for doing this..

 

Can anyone enlighten me?

 

 Thank,

 

  Micael

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anthony_huereca
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In the connect() section of the RTCS User's Guide, it states:

"This task blocks, until the connection is accepted, or until the connection-timeout socket option expires."

 

The manual can be found in the docs directory in your MQX installation, or on the web here

 

Hopefully that answers your question

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anthony_huereca
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In the connect() section of the RTCS User's Guide, it states:

"This task blocks, until the connection is accepted, or until the connection-timeout socket option expires."

 

The manual can be found in the docs directory in your MQX installation, or on the web here

 

Hopefully that answers your question

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Phil_D
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Hi Micael,

 

Is this the info you are looking for?
http://www.freescale.com/files/32bit/doc/support_info/ColdFire_Lite_Doc.zip?fpsp=1

 

Phil

Message Edited by Phil_D on 2009-06-22 09:03 PM
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vespaman
Contributor III

 

Hi Phil,

 

Thanks! But actually, I think the zip you linked to, are for Freescales Interniche-Lite package, which is different from the MQX, as far as I understand.

 

I had a look at that before, but it seamed too limited for me, and I was not sure about ongoing support/update with it. I hope, with MQX, that Freescale has a more robust plan, and also longer term committment with MQX, otherwise, many of us better turn to other solutions (open source or commercial).

 

 

 Micael

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