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API for initializing and disabling the SoftDevice. More...
|Types definitions for ANT support in SoftDevice handler.|
This file contains the declarations of types required for ANT stack support.
|Types definitions for BLE support in SoftDevice handler.|
This file contains the declarations of types required for BLE stack support.
|typedef uint32_t(*||softdevice_evt_schedule_func_t )(void)|
|Type of function for passing events from the stack handler module to the scheduler. |
|typedef void(*||sys_evt_handler_t )(uint32_t evt_id)|
|Application System (SOC) event handler type. |
|uint32_t||softdevice_handler_init (nrf_clock_lfclksrc_t clock_source, void *p_evt_buffer, uint16_t evt_buffer_size, softdevice_evt_schedule_func_t evt_schedule_func)|
|Function for initializing the stack handler module. |
|Function for disabling the SoftDevice. |
|uint32_t||softdevice_sys_evt_handler_set (sys_evt_handler_t sys_evt_handler)|
|Function for registering for System (SOC) events. |
API for initializing and disabling the SoftDevice.
This API contains the functions and defines exposed by the lib_softdevice_handler. For more information on the library and how the application should use it, please refer lib_softdevice_handler.
- Use the USE_SCHEDULER parameter of the SOFTDEVICE_HANDLER_INIT() macro to select if the Scheduler is to be used or not.
- Even if the scheduler is not used, softdevice_handler.h will include app_scheduler.h. So when compiling, app_scheduler.h must be available in one of the compiler include paths.
|typedef uint32_t(* softdevice_evt_schedule_func_t)(void)|
|typedef void(* sys_evt_handler_t)(uint32_t evt_id)|
Function for initializing the stack handler module.
Enables the SoftDevice and the stack event interrupt handler.
- This function must be called before calling any function in the SoftDevice API.
- Normally initialization should be done using the SOFTDEVICE_HANDLER_INIT() macro, as that will both allocate the event buffer, and also align the buffer correctly.
[in] clock_source Low frequency clock source to be used by the SoftDevice. [in] p_evt_buffer Buffer for holding one stack event. Since heap is not being used, this buffer must be provided by the application. The buffer must be large enough to hold the biggest stack event the application is supposed to handle. The buffer must be aligned to a 4 byte boundary. This parameter is unused if neither BLE nor ANT stack support is required. [in] evt_buffer_size Size of SoftDevice event buffer. This parameter is unused if BLE stack support is not required. [in] evt_schedule_func Function for passing events to the scheduler. Point to ble_ant_stack_evt_schedule() to connect to the scheduler. Set to NULL to make the stack handler module call the event handler directly from the stack event interrupt handler.
- Return values:
NRF_SUCCESS Successful initialization. NRF_ERROR_INVALID_PARAM Invalid parameter (buffer not aligned to a 4 byte boundary) or NULL.
|uint32_t softdevice_sys_evt_handler_set||(||sys_evt_handler_t||sys_evt_handler )|
Function for registering for System (SOC) events.
The application should use this function to register for receiving System (SOC) events from the SoftDevice. If the application does not call this function, then any System (SOC) events that may be generated by the SoftDevice will NOT be fetched. Once the application has registered for the events, it is not possible to possible to cancel the registration. However, it is possible to register a different function for handling the events at any point of time.
[in] sys_evt_handler Function to be called for each received System (SOC) event.
- Return values:
NRF_SUCCESS Successful registration. NRF_ERROR_NULL Null pointer provided as input.
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