Basic implementation of Xbus message parsing and generation for embedded processors. The code has no dependencies and should also work for other MCU architectures than ARM provided a C99 compiler is available.

Dependents:   MTi-1_example_LPC1768 MTi-1_rikbeun MTi-1_example MTi-1_example

For an example of using the Xbus library to communicate with an MTi-1 series device using a full-duplex UART see:

Import programMTi-1_example

Example of using Xbus library to communicate with an MTi-1 series device using a full-duplex UART connection.



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#ifndef __XBUSPARSER_H
#define __XBUSPARSER_H

#include <stddef.h>
#include <stdint.h>
#include "xbusmessage.h"

#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {

struct XbusParser;

 * \brief Callback function structure for use with the XbusParser.
struct XbusParserCallback
	 * \brief Allocate a buffer for message reception.
	 * \param bufSize The size of the buffer to allocate.
	 * \returns Pointer to buffer to use for message reception, or NULL if
	 * a buffer cannot be allocated.
	 * \note It is the resposibility of the user to deallocate the message
	 * data buffers pointed to by XbusMessage structures passed to the
	 * handleMessage() callback function.
	void* (*allocateBuffer)(size_t bufSize);

	 * \brief Deallocate a buffer that was previously allocated by a call to
	 * allocateBuffer.
	void (*deallocateBuffer)(void const* buffer);

	 * \brief Handle a received message.
	 * \note If the passed XbusMessage structure has a non-null data pointer
	 * then it is the responsibility of the user to free this once handling
	 * of the message is complete.
	void (*handleMessage)(struct XbusMessage const* message);

size_t XbusParser_mem(void);
struct XbusParser* XbusParser_create(struct XbusParserCallback const* callback);
void XbusParser_destroy(struct XbusParser* parser);
struct XbusParser* XbusParser_init(void* parserMem, struct XbusParserCallback const* callback);

void XbusParser_parseByte(struct XbusParser* parser, uint8_t byte);
void XbusParser_parseBuffer(struct XbusParser* parser, uint8_t const* buf, size_t bufSize);

#ifdef __cplusplus
#endif // extern "C"

#endif // __XBUSPARSER_H