I used to be able to compile the FreeRTOS demo for the Atmega32 (using the Atmega323 demo) with AVR Studio. I downloaded the newer version of FreeRTOS and get the following errors:
C:\WinAVR\FreeRTOS\Demo\AVR_ATMega323_WinAVR\rtosdemo\default/…/…/main.c:269: undefined reference to `eeprom_read_block’
C:\WinAVR\FreeRTOS\Demo\AVR_ATMega323_WinAVR\rtosdemo\default/…/…/main.c:271: undefined reference to `eeprom_write_byte’
I know this looks more like an AVR studio or WinAVR question, but since it is related to the FreeRTOS demos I would like to see if someone has encountered this problem. It would seem that the compiler does not know were to locate the eeprom library, but if I make the program directly on a command window I don’t get this problem.