LPC1347 and MCUXpresso

Is there an FreeRTOSv10.1.1 demo for the LPC1347? While rather old now I am still using it and have a new design that will need an RTOS.
Regards, Ron

Not directly, although you may find that NXP’s MCUXpresso tool will generate a FreeRTOS project for you. Otherwise these links may help - first for which files to include: https://www.freertos.org/Creating-a-new-FreeRTOS-project.html (where you need the port files from FreeRTOS/Source/portable/[compiler]/ARM_CM3) - second for some information on setting up the Cortex-M vector table https://www.freertos.org/FAQHelp.html

Thanks Richard. I have found a old version of FreeRTOS in the LPCOpen files for LPC13xx chips and it looks like it might be all I need. I will take your advice if the project develops beyond that version’s capabilities.
In passing, like most programmers I had long ago implemented a task scheduler, this one based on an old Intel app note (https://www.drdobbs.com/embedded-systems/a-task-dispatcher-for-embedded-systems/184411018 ). I ported Xinu to the AVRs when I was using them for everything. After following a long conversion you had with Miro Samek many years ago I was inspired a move to Arm M3 and a version of my task switcher I called JenOS that used PendSV and SVC to allow tasks with different priorities to share the same stack. This has done yeoman service but with the move now to M4 chips I will need to select an independent RTOS.
All old hat now I guess but just a note to say you were an inspiration at the right time.
Cheers, Ron