Latest News
November 27 - New Salvo Libraries for PICC-18 v9.50PL2

A new patch (3.2.3-e) is available for Salvo users for the HI-TECH PICC-18 compiler. This patch fixes problems with running out of PIC18 NVRAM in Salvo applications with large numbers of tasks and/or events.

November 27 - New Book Includes Section on Salvo RTOS

Tim Wilmshurst's "Designing Embedded Systems with PIC Microcontrollers - Principles and Applications" is now available.

The book includes a couple of chapters on RTOS concepts, including one which introduces Salvo. It goes on to apply the Salvo RTOS in some staged examples on a small autonomous guided vehicle.

The book is published by Newnes and is available directly from Amazon.

September 12 - Added Russian Translations of Various Documents

Andrey Schleyenkov's translations of various Salvo documenation are now available on the manuals page.

June 6 - New App Note for CubeSat Kit + TI USB FET

Application Note AN-34 details how to properly configure TI's USB-based FLASH Emulation Tool for use with the CubeSat Kit.

May 22 - Salvo 4 for Luminary Micro's Stellaris Cortex™-M3 Now Available

Salvo now runs on the entire range of Luminary Micro's 's ARM® Cortex™-M3-based Stellaris LM3Sxxx microcontrollers. Press Release.

The Salvo installer for Stellaris includes a sophisticated demo application running on the Stellaris Development Kit that illustrates in real-time how an event-driven RTOS uses very little of the processor power available in the LM3Sxxx MCUs while executing multiple tasks.

This release includes new Getting Started Guides for Stellaris users of the Keil RealView Microcontroller Development Kit as well as GCC for Cortex-M3 via the CodeSourcery tools.

March 3 - Salvo 4 for Microchip PIC24 MCUs and dsPIC® DSCs Now Available

Salvo is now supported on the entire range of Microchip's PIC24 MCUs and dsPIC DSCs.

This initial release supports the Microchip MPLAB C30 C compiler.

Latest News 2005
Latest News 2004
Latest News 2003
Latest News 2002
Latest News 2001
Latest News 2000