Hello_ucosii is a simple hello world program running MicroC/OS-II. The design is a very simple application that demonstrates µC/OS-II running on a Nios® II processor. When creating your own full MicroC/OS-II application, be sure to account for system issues such as checking system call return codes.
Using This Design Example
To obtain this design example, download a free evaluation version of the Nios II Embedded Design Suite (EDS). This embedded software example is installed with the Nios II EDS in the <Nios II EDS installation path>/examples/software directory and is available as a Nios II integrated development environment (IDE) project template. The template includes the project settings required to run this design on the supported target hardware configurations. To use this software example, simply create a new C/C++ application project in the IDE and choose the desired project template.
The use of this design is governed by, and subject to, the terms and conditions of the Intel Design Example License Agreement.
This example requires the following devices to be present in the target hardware design:
- Joint Test Action Group (JTAG) UART
The following System Library settings are required:
- Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) Type-MicroC/OS-II
- Periodic System Timer
You can run this software design example on the following Nios II hardware design examples:
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