That LWIP_ERROR is checking that memp_malloc() was
called with a valid memory type. It isn't related to
Whatever is calling memp_malloc() has specified an
illegal value for the memory pool from which an allocation is to occur. Perhaps
something is trying to call this function with the number of bytes to allocate?
If so, the caller should use mem_malloc() instead.
You should be able to spot the problem if you can
set a breakpoint on the LWIP_ERROR. What value is 'type' and who
called memp_malloc() with the bogus argument?
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Sent: Saturday, June 27, 2009 4:26
Subject: [lwip-users] Fw: problem in
I have made a new lwIP 1.3.0 project
(with no OS) based on a project that runs well. Now this new
project fails to initialize. I got a system
assert in memp_malloc(): LWIP_ERROR("memp_malloc:
type < MEMP_MAX", (type < MEMP_MAX), return
I did'nt change any options
in files opt.h or lwiopts.h, and my settings has always been to
define MEMP_OVERFLOW_CHECK 0.
any idea of option I could do to debug
I've tried to define MEMP_OVERFLOW_CHCK to 1
and to 2, but the cpu hangs somewhere in memp_overflow_check_all().(But this problem is not lwip