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FreeRTOS Third Party Ports

FreeRTOS third party ports can be supported by the FreeRTOS team, a FreeRTOS partner or FreeRTOS community members. Depending on who supports it, the support provided will differ as follows:

FreeRTOS Team Supported Third Party FreeRTOS Ports

Location: https://github.com/FreeRTOS/FreeRTOS-Kernel/tree/main/portable/ThirdParty

These third party FreeRTOS ports are supported by the FreeRTOS team. For a FreeRTOS team supported third party FreeRTOS port:

  • The code has been reviewed by the FreeRTOS team.
  • FreeRTOS team has access to the hardware and the test results have been verified by the FreeRTOS team.
  • Customer queries as well as bugs are addressed by the FreeRTOS team.

A new FreeRTOS port cannot be directly contributed to this location. Instead, the FreeRTOS team will decide to take ownership of a partner supported or a community supported FreeRTOS port based on the community interest.

Partner Supported FreeRTOS Ports

Location: https://github.com/FreeRTOS/FreeRTOS-Kernel-Partner-Supported-Ports/tree/main

These FreeRTOS ports are supported by a FreeRTOS partner. For a partner supported FreeRTOS port:

  • The code has not been reviewed by the FreeRTOS team.
  • FreeRTOS team has not verified the tests results but tests exist and are reported to be successful by the partner.
  • Customer queries as well as bugs are addressed by the partner.
  • A new FreeRTOS port can be directly contributed by a partner. The process to contribute a FreeRTOS port is documented here.

Community Supported FreeRTOS Ports

Location: https://github.com/FreeRTOS/FreeRTOS-Kernel-Community-Supported-Ports/tree/main

These FreeRTOS ports are supported by the FreeRTOS community members. For a community supported FreeRTOS port:

  • The code has not been reviewed by the FreeRTOS team.
  • Tests may or may not exist for the FreeRTOS port.
  • Customer queries as well as bugs are addressed by the community.
  • A new FreeRTOS port can be directly contributed by anyone. The process to contribute a FreeRTOS port is documented here.