Re: FreeRTOS with PIC32MK
Just in case anyone was interested, here is the response from Microchip on this issue.
The port from MZ to MK should be straightforward. MZ and MK are essentially the same core, just cached versus cache-less.
FreeRTOS is now owned by Amazon and is now part of AWS. Wittenstein (original vendor for FreeRTOS) isn’t directly supporting new core architectures, rather, it is dictated by Amazon.
However, as mentioned above, it should just compile and run without too much issue right from the MZ version. However, Microchip has not tested.
Microchip Support Team