Transferring project from Eclipse to CrossWorks on LPC2103, interrupts.

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    Jon Elliott

    Most of our board support packages contain interrupt handler examples. For instance, take a look at the timer_interrupt example project in the Keil MCB2103 board support package for an example of using vectored interrupts on an LPC2103.

    Regards,

    Jon Elliott

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    Paul Robert Gaastra

    Thanks Jon,

    I already have my own working example in my old system.  It's just working out what I have to write,  what I keep the change, what gets set in the project properties etc. 

    I see some questions you asked on the same topic previously.  I will try to work it out. 

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    Paul Robert Gaastra

    Progress to date: I rediscovered  the online documentation.  You can't get there from the CrossWorks support page as far as I can see.

    Documentation for ctl_set_isr() is not visible in the Library Reference\ARM library Reference\<ctl_api.h> Tasking functions online documentation for CrossWorsks 2.0 but it is in the 1.7 docs.

     

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    Jon Elliott

    The CrossWorks for ARM 2.0 online documentation can be found on the website by clicking Support > Online Documentation and then clicking the CrossWorks for ARM 2.0 Documentation link.

    I'll leave Michael to answer the CTL question.

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    Michael Johnson

    Hi

    ctl v2 code and documentation are device independent. The isr functions are ARM device specific and as such documentation for these functions will be moved into the CPU support package documentation for the device.

    Regards

    Michael

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    Paul Robert Gaastra

    Thanks Jon, 

    I found that you can get to online documentation  from the http://rowley.co.uk  site but if you click support \help desk and community you get to http://rowley.zendesk.com/portal.  In there I didn't see a link to Online Documentation but now, looking more carefully I see on the right hand side after helpdesk hours etc there is a link.  I would have found it much quicker if it was in one of those big coloured boxes. 

    P.S.  When I was trying CrossWorks out I wanted to get back to the http://rowley.co.uk site from the http://rowley.zendesk.com/portal page and I couldn't see how to do that either.

    Anyway, on to figuring out the parameters of ctl_set_isr().

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