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POSIX(pthread) and MSP430
I had question on usage of POSIX(pthread) library in MSP430.
how can i use "pthread.h" functions in my MSP430.
when I tried to use pthread it threw a error ***could not open source file "pthread.h"****
I would be happy to know any pros and cons for using POSIX in MSP430.
thanks in advance
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well not a solution i expected .
Anyways reason for posting on two different site : relatively larger amount of fed backs for your problem
Did you get relatively larger amount of fed backs? I was trying to give you a recursive endless more feed backs.
Call RoweBots. They can deliver POSIX on "TI SSC MSP430" in less than four calendar weeks.
Abhaykumar KumbharI had question on usage of POSIX(pthread) library in MSP430.
IMHO, any full pthreads implementation will be too large for all but the biggest MSPs. And a stripped-down will be more or less useless. Any MSP specific implementaiton will be faster, smaller and less problematic.
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