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LPSPI FreeRTOS Initialization Only for Master?

Question asked by Nick Guzzardo on Jul 29, 2019
Latest reply on Jul 31, 2019 by Daniel Chen

Within the MCUXpresso SDK, the non-RTOS initialization drivers for LPSPI include "LPSPI_MasterInit" and "LPSPI_SlaveInit".  When FreeRTOS is included, the associated RTOS driver is "LPSPI_RTOS_Init" which I initially presumed would have parameters for master or slave, but that doesn't appear to be the case.  Within LPSPI_RTOS_Init, LPSPI_MasterInit is called, but LPSPI_SlaveInit is not.  In fact, in the file "fsl_lpspi_freertos.c" there is no reference to the word "slave" at all!


When looking at the LPSPI / FreeRTOS example code (not available in the SDK for the RT1060 and RT1064), the FreeRTOS slave task initializes directly with "LPSPI_SlaveInit".


Why is their only a master LPSPI initialization function for FreeRTOS?