I am currently working on an application for the FRDM-K64F development platform that relies heavily on the TCP/IP software stack provided by MQX. I am using the shell demo application located in the middleware examples folder C:\Freescale\KSDK_1.3.0\middleware\tcpip\rtcs\examples\shell. I have been working on merging in I2C, SPI, and other various components from a processor expert project to little avail. I have found a few examples for I2C drivers for MQX, but I would like to use processor expert generated code if possible. Is it feasible to merge a processor expert project with an existing example project, or is my approach flawed? Any information about how to attack the problem would be greatly appreciated!
If you add some other PE components into an existing KSDK project that without enabling PE support , I think it is not easy. Because the libraries are different.
MQX in KSDK1.3 supports PE. You need to enable Processor Expert when you creates your project. Then you can add peripheral components into the project, please refer to the below picture.