Some clarification needed on task creation, terminology.
In the demos, the places where tasks are created often have the comment ‘task started’, even when the call to TaskStartScheduler has not happened yet.
I assume that no task is capable of starting until the call to TaskStartScheduler.
I also assume that if the scheduler is already running, then TaskCreate is all that is needed to create and start a new task.
Is there a way to create a task which is suspended by default, and which requires a call to resume before running?
The OS I am replacing has this capability. It looks like this could possibly be done if I could suspend a task before TaskStartScheduler is ever called. Can I? Another way is if there were a reserved ‘no start’ priority, or with a flag passed in pvParameters.