Create a task.
Remove a task.
Start a task.
Suspend a task, with time-out provision.
Wake a suspended task.
Forcefully wake a task.
Change a task's priority.
Terminate a task early.
Do a cooperative rescheduling.
Disable task scheduling.
Enable task scheduling.
Wait on event(s), with time-out provision.
Set an event.
Clear an event.
Get a message.
Wait for a message, with time-out provision.
Send a message.
Send a message, wait for reply.
Wake task that sent message, if waiting on reply.
Wait on Mailbox(s), with time-out provision.
Create a circular queue.
Reset queue to empty.
Add to top of queue.
Add to bottom of queue.
Remove from top of queue.
Remove from bottom of queue.
Create a cyclic timer.
Change a cyclic timer event parameters.
Start a cyclic timer.
Restart a cyclic timer.
Restart a cyclic timer, with new initial time period and/or new cyclic time period.
Stop a cyclic timer.
Create a fixed block pool.
Request free block from pool.
Release block back to pool.
Get a resource.
Reserve a resource, with time-out provision.
Release a resource.
NOTE: the resources have Automatic Priority Inheritance and highest task waiting on resource will become the owner, when resource is released.
Pend for semaphore, with time-out provision.
Post to semaphore.
Enter power down mode
Put UART char, with time-out provision.
Put UART string, with time-out provision.
Get UART char, with time-out provision.
Get UART string, with time-out provision.
Update UART buffer(s)
Initialize UART buffer(s)
Graphical Kernel Configuration Utility
CMXKAware(tm) kernel awareness.
CMXBug(tm) interactive debugger.
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