The board has STM32/Cortex-M3. It's not so good example.
(Hey! It's 32 bits MPU! Why don't you use the power of it!)
So, I decided to port FreeRTOS to the board.
The clock is 72M[Hz], It can be pracical application.
The design of FreeRTOS is great.
It is easy to port to another platform.
Many demo projects in FreeRTOS uses evaluation software.
(e.g:Rowley CrossWorks, IAR, Keil, Red Suite)
So many users don't like evaluation software I know.
You can try this port if you don't like use it.
- The environment is Ubuntu 10.04 with open source software.
- It don't use any evaluation software. I don't like it :)
- The demo project oriented from CORTEX_STM32F103_Primer_GCC.
The concept is 'Our environment should be free'.
(Download from here)
I hope to your helps!