I am trying to build a Raspberry Pi Pico rt-thread nano project but there is no BSP available. I can build and run a standard project.
You can follow this tutorial to get started RT-Thread on Raspberry Pico. https://rt-thread.medium.com/getting-started-with-raspberry-pi-pico-in-rt-thread-studio-ide-5bb08c01363f
Indeed and I mentioned in my question that I can follow this tutorial to build a standard project. when I select Nano project instead of Standard project I find that there is no BSP for the Pico and I cannot find how to add one.so, the question is: can the IDE build a project based on the Nano kernel and if so, how?I have been working with FreeRTOS but the core size is much bigger than the small size discussed for the RT-Thread Nano kernel.Maybe I just have to take the Nano kernel source and integrate it with the Pico SDK outside the Eclipse-based IDE.I do admit to a preference to a command line build that would allow me do do all my development in the Linux environment. the RT-Thread Nano kernel looks really nice, it just doesn’t run out-of-the-box.