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// Copyright 2020 The Pigweed Authors
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#include <chrono>
#include "pw_chrono/system_clock.h"
#include "pw_thread/sleep.h"
#include "pw_thread/test_threads.h"
#include "pw_thread_freertos/context.h"
#include "pw_thread_freertos/options.h"
namespace pw::thread::test {
const Options& TestOptionsThread0() {
static constexpr freertos::Options thread_0_options =
return thread_0_options;
const Options& TestOptionsThread1() {
static constexpr freertos::Options thread_1_options =
return thread_1_options;
// Although there's no risk of dynamic context re-use, there is a risk
// running out of heap. The way the FreeRTOS kernel works is that dynamic thread
// allocations are cleaned up during idle. There is no clean way to cleanly
// sleep until idle, ergo we simply sleep for a long period in the hope that
// the application will on average not be able to starve the heap if they
// execute this test over and over again.
void WaitUntilDetachedThreadsCleanedUp() {
} // namespace pw::thread::test