MODSERIAL with support for more devices. Added support for LPC4330

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Fork of MODSERIAL by Erik Olieman

example3b.cpp

Committer:
edodm85
Date:
2014-08-12
Revision:
36:4213f9a7c3ad
Parent:
18:21ef26402365

File content as of revision 36:4213f9a7c3ad:

/*
    Copyright (c) 2011 Andy Kirkham
 
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    @file          example3b.cpp 
    @purpose       Demos a simple filter.
    @version       see ChangeLog.c
    @author        Andy Kirkham
*/

/*
    This example shows how to use the new callback system. In the old system
    Mbed's FunctionPointer[1] type was used to store abd make calls to callbacks.
    However, that limits the callback function prototype to void func(void);
    which means we cannot pass parameters.
    
    This latest version of MODSERIAL now uses its own callback object. This allows
    the passing of a pointer to a class that holds information about the MODSERIAL
    object making the callback. As of version 1.18 one critcal piece of information
    is passed, a pointer to the MODSERIAL object. This allows callbacks to use the
    MODSERIAL functions and data.
        
    Additionally, since MODSERIAL and the callback parameter class MODSERIAL_IRQ_INFO
    are friends, MODSERIAL_IRQ_INFO can access the protected functions of MODSERIAL.
    This is used to ensure functions that can only be called during a callback
    can be invoked from a callback. 
    
    [1] http://mbed.org/projects/libraries/svn/mbed/trunk/FunctionPointer.h    
*/


#ifdef COMPILE_EXAMPLE3_CODE_MODSERIAL

#include "mbed.h"
#include "MODSERIAL.h"

void rxCallback(MODSERIAL_IRQ_INFO *info) {

    // Get the pointer to our MODSERIAL object that invoked this callback.
    MODSERIAL *pc = info->serial;
    
    // info->serial points at the MODSERIAL instance so we can use it to call
    // any of the public MODSERIAL functions that are normally available. So
    // there's now no need to use the global version (pc in our case) inside
    // callback functions.    
    char c = pc->rxGetLastChar(); // Where local pc variable is a pointer to the global MODSERIAL pc object.
    
    // The following is rather daft but demos the point.
    // Don't allow the letter "A" go into the RX buffer.
    // Basically acts as a filter to remove the letter "A" 
    // if it goes into the RX buffer.
    if (c == 'A') {
        // Note, we call the MODSERIAL_IRQ_INFO::rxDiscardLastChar() public function which
        // is permitted access to the protected version of MODSERIAL::rxDiscardLastChar()
        // within MODSERIAL (because they are friends). This ensures rxDiscardLastChar()
        // can only be called within an rxCallback function. 
        info->rxDiscardLastChar(); 
    }
}

#endif