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How to Download Micrium Source Code
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Note: The µC/OS-III file contains only the µC/OS-III source code. You will not be able to build a working application with this code because there are a number of unresolved functions, macros and #defines. To build an application, you will require hardware-specific files from two modules that are available with any µC/OS-III port: µC/CPU and µC/LIB.
The best way to obtain these hardware-specific files is to download an existing port that is similar to the processor you plan to use, and make the appropriate changes. Complete ports and board support packages are included as part of the projects for the uC/OS-III books, and make a good starting point. You can download those projects here: Micrium Book Projects.