MODSERIAL with support for more devices. Added support for LPC4330

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Fork of MODSERIAL by Erik Olieman

Committer:
edodm85
Date:
Tue Aug 12 16:05:10 2014 +0000
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36:4213f9a7c3ad
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Added support for LPC4330

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AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 1 /*
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 2 Copyright (c) 2011 Andy Kirkham
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 3
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AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 19 OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN
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AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 21
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 22 @file example2.cpp
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 23 @purpose Demos a simple messaging system.
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 24 @version see ChangeLog.c
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 25 @date Jan 2011
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 26 @author Andy Kirkham
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 27 */
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 28
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 29 /*
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 30 This example demostrates a simple "messaging" system. You can use it with
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 31 a terminal program to test it out or write a cusom C#/C++/VB/etc program
AjK 13:70bb7c1769fa 32 to read and write messages to or from the Mbed. The default baud rate in
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 33 this example is 115200.
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 34
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 35 In this example, the LEDs are controlled and pins p21 to p24 are set as
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 36 InterruptIn and send messages out when their value changes.
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 37
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 38 To use, hook up the MBed USB and open your fav terminal. All messages
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 39 end with the \n character, don't forget to hit carriage return!.
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 40 As an example:-
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 41
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 42 to switch on LED1 send LED1:1\n, off is LED1:0\n and toggle is LED1:2\n
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 43 to switch on LED2 send LED2:1\n, off is LED2:0\n and toggle is LED2:2\n
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 44 to switch on LED3 send LED3:1\n, off is LED3:0\n and toggle is LED3:2\n
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 45 to switch on LED4 send LED4:1\n, off is LED4:0\n and toggle is LED4:2\n
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 46
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 47 When a pin change on p21 to p24 happens, a message is sent. As an example
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 48 when p21 goes low PIN21:0\n is sent, when goes high PIN21:1\n is sent.
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 49
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 50 Note, the InterruptIn pins p21 to p24 are setup to have pullups. This means
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 51 they are high. To activate them use a wire to short the pin to 0volts.
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 52
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 53 If you find that p21 to p24 sent a lot of on/off/on/off then it's probably
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 54 due to "bounce". If you are connecting a mechanical switch to a pin you
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 55 may prefer to use the PinDetect library rather than using InterruptIn.
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 56 @see http://mbed.org/users/AjK/libraries/PinDetect/latest
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 57
AjK 13:70bb7c1769fa 58 One point you may notice. Incoming messages are processed via main()'s
AjK 13:70bb7c1769fa 59 while(1) loop whereas pin changes have their messages directly sent.
AjK 13:70bb7c1769fa 60 The reason for this is when MODSERIAL makes callbacks to your application
AjK 13:70bb7c1769fa 61 it is in "interrupt context". And one thing you want to avoid is spending
AjK 13:70bb7c1769fa 62 lots of CPU time in that context. So, the callback moves the message from
AjK 13:70bb7c1769fa 63 the input buffer to a local holding buffer and it then sets a bool flag
AjK 13:70bb7c1769fa 64 which tells main()'s while(1) loop to process that buffer. This means the
AjK 13:70bb7c1769fa 65 time spent doing the real incoming message handing is within your program
AjK 13:70bb7c1769fa 66 and not within MODSERIAL's interrupt context. So you may ask, why not do
AjK 13:70bb7c1769fa 67 the same for out going messages? Well, because MODSERIAL output buffers
AjK 13:70bb7c1769fa 68 all your sent content then sending chars is very fast. MODSERIAL handles
AjK 13:70bb7c1769fa 69 all the nitty gritty bits for you. You can just send. This example uses
AjK 13:70bb7c1769fa 70 puts() to send the message. If you can, always try and use sprintf()+puts()
AjK 13:70bb7c1769fa 71 rathe than printf(), printf() is known to often screw things up when used
AjK 13:70bb7c1769fa 72 within an interrupt context. Better still, just use puts() and do away
AjK 13:70bb7c1769fa 73 with any of the crappy ?printf() calls if possible. But I found the code
AjK 13:70bb7c1769fa 74 below to work fine even at 115200baud.
AjK 13:70bb7c1769fa 75
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 76 */
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 77
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 78
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 79 #ifdef COMPILE_EXAMPLE1_CODE_MODSERIAL
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 80
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 81 #include "mbed.h"
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 82 #include "MODSERIAL.h"
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 83
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 84 #define MESSAGE_BUFFER_SIZE 32
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 85
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 86 DigitalOut led1(LED1);
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 87 DigitalOut led2(LED2);
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 88 DigitalOut led3(LED3);
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 89 DigitalOut led4(LED4);
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 90
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 91 InterruptIn P21(p21);
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 92 InterruptIn P22(p22);
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 93 InterruptIn P23(p23);
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 94 InterruptIn P24(p24);
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 95
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 96 MODSERIAL messageSystem(USBTX, USBRX);
AjK 13:70bb7c1769fa 97
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 98 char messageBufferIncoming[MESSAGE_BUFFER_SIZE];
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 99 char messageBufferOutgoing[MESSAGE_BUFFER_SIZE];
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 100 bool messageReceived;
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 101
AjK 18:21ef26402365 102 void messageReceive(MODSERIAL_IRQ_INFO *q) {
AjK 18:21ef26402365 103 MODSERIAL *sys = q->serial;
AjK 18:21ef26402365 104 sys->move(messageBufferIncoming, MESSAGE_BUFFER_SIZE);
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 105 messageReceived = true;
AjK 18:21ef26402365 106 return 0;
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 107 }
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 108
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 109 void messageProcess(void) {
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 110 if (!strncmp(messageBufferIncoming, "LED1:1", sizeof("LED1:1")-1)) led1 = 1;
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 111 else if (!strncmp(messageBufferIncoming, "LED1:0", sizeof("LED1:0")-1)) led1 = 0;
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 112 else if (!strncmp(messageBufferIncoming, "LED1:2", sizeof("LED1:2")-1)) led1 = !led1;
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 113
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 114 else if (!strncmp(messageBufferIncoming, "LED2:1", sizeof("LED2:1")-1)) led2 = 1;
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 115 else if (!strncmp(messageBufferIncoming, "LED2:0", sizeof("LED2:0")-1)) led2 = 0;
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 116 else if (!strncmp(messageBufferIncoming, "LED2:2", sizeof("LED2:2")-1)) led2 = !led2;
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 117
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 118 else if (!strncmp(messageBufferIncoming, "LED3:1", sizeof("LED3:1")-1)) led3 = 1;
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 119 else if (!strncmp(messageBufferIncoming, "LED3:0", sizeof("LED3:0")-1)) led3 = 0;
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 120 else if (!strncmp(messageBufferIncoming, "LED3:2", sizeof("LED3:2")-1)) led3 = !led3;
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 121
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 122 else if (!strncmp(messageBufferIncoming, "LED4:1", sizeof("LED4:1")-1)) led4 = 1;
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 123 else if (!strncmp(messageBufferIncoming, "LED4:0", sizeof("LED4:0")-1)) led4 = 0;
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 124 else if (!strncmp(messageBufferIncoming, "LED4:2", sizeof("LED4:2")-1)) led4 = !led4;
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 125
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 126 messageReceived = false;
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 127 }
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 128
AjK 13:70bb7c1769fa 129 #define PIN_MESSAGE_SEND(x,y) \
AjK 13:70bb7c1769fa 130 sprintf(messageBufferOutgoing,"PIN%02d:%d\n",x,y);\
AjK 13:70bb7c1769fa 131 messageSystem.puts(messageBufferOutgoing);
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 132
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 133 void pin21Rise(void) { PIN_MESSAGE_SEND(21, 1); }
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 134 void pin21Fall(void) { PIN_MESSAGE_SEND(21, 0); }
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 135 void pin22Rise(void) { PIN_MESSAGE_SEND(22, 1); }
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 136 void pin22Fall(void) { PIN_MESSAGE_SEND(22, 0); }
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 137 void pin23Rise(void) { PIN_MESSAGE_SEND(23, 1); }
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 138 void pin23Fall(void) { PIN_MESSAGE_SEND(23, 0); }
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 139 void pin24Rise(void) { PIN_MESSAGE_SEND(24, 1); }
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 140 void pin24Fall(void) { PIN_MESSAGE_SEND(24, 0); }
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 141
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 142 int main() {
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 143
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 144 messageReceived = false;
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 145 messageSystem.baud(115200);
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 146 messageSystem.attach(&messageReceive, MODSERIAL::RxAutoDetect);
AjK 15:a1d9e745d71e 147 messageSystem.autoDetectChar('\n');
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 148
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 149 // Enable pullup resistors on pins.
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 150 P21.mode(PullUp); P22.mode(PullUp); P23.mode(PullUp); P24.mode(PullUp);
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 151
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 152 // Fix Mbed library bug, see http://mbed.org/forum/bugs-suggestions/topic/1498
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 153 LPC_GPIOINT->IO2IntClr = (1UL << 5) | (1UL << 4) | (1UL << 3) | (1UL << 2);
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 154
AjK 13:70bb7c1769fa 155 // Attach InterruptIn pin callbacks.
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 156 P21.rise(&pin21Rise); P21.fall(&pin21Fall);
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 157 P22.rise(&pin22Rise); P22.fall(&pin22Fall);
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 158 P23.rise(&pin23Rise); P23.fall(&pin23Fall);
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 159 P24.rise(&pin24Rise); P24.fall(&pin24Fall);
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 160
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 161 while(1) {
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 162 // Process incoming messages.
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 163 if (messageReceived) messageProcess();
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 164 }
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 165 }
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 166
AjK 12:8c7394e2ae7f 167 #endif