The cxlib Library

The step after super-loop structures is cooperative multitasking, like that provided by cxlib.  The cxlib library is written for students enrolled in the embedded microcontroller course offered by the College of Engineering, at the University of Hartford. 

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The cxlib library is currently written only for the Motorola 68HC12 microprocessor using the Metrowerks CodeWarrior tool chain, but it should not be much work to port it to other devices.  The intent of writing cxlib is to provide a simple cooperative multitasking library for use in senior and graduate projects; it is intentionally Spartan, giving the user ample wiggle room for adding features or making significant architectural changes. 

I don't have plans to release versions of cxlib very often.  Each major release has its own page, documentation, and attached files.


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Original Author: Krista Hill kmhill@hartford.edu
Copyright: Sat Feb 14 15:29:15 EST 2004