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[Queue Management]

void vQueueAddToRegistry( QueueHandle_t xQueue, char *pcQueueName, );

Assigns a name to a queue and adds the queue to the registry.

xQueue The handle of the queue being added to the registry.
pcQueueName The name to be assigned to the queue. This is just a text string used to facilitate debugging. The queue registry only stores a pointer to the string, so the string must be persistent (a global, or preferably in ROM/Flash), not defined on the stack.
The queue registry has two purposes, both of which are associated with RTOS kernel aware debugging:
  1. It allows a textual name to be associated with a queue for easy queue identification within a debugging GUI.
  2. It contains the information required by a debugger to locate each registered queue and semaphore.
The queue registry has no purpose unless you are using a RTOS kernel aware debugger.

configQUEUE_REGISTRY_SIZE defines the maximum number of queues and semaphores that can be registered. Only the queues and semaphores that you want to view using a RTOS kernel aware debugger need to be registered.


void vAFunction( void ) { QueueHandle_t xQueue; /* Create a queue big enough to hold 10 chars. */ xQueue = xQueueCreate( 10, sizeof( char ) ); /* We want this queue to be viewable in a RTOS kernel aware debugger, so register it. */ vQueueAddToRegistry( xQueue, "AMeaningfulName" ); }

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