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HSP/Interfaces/I2C_RPC.cpp

Committer:
jbradshaw
Date:
2016-10-25
Revision:
0:e4a10ed6eb92

File content as of revision 0:e4a10ed6eb92:

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#include <stdint.h>
#include "StringHelper.h"
#include "I2C_RPC.h"
#include "Peripherals.h"

//******************************************************************************
// input
// [instance] [slaveAddress] [writeNumber] [](data to write) [readNumber]
// output data to read
int I2C_WriteRead(char argStrs[32][32], char replyStrs[32][32]) {
  uint8_t args[16];
  uint8_t reply[16];
  uint8_t writeNumber;
  uint8_t readNumber;
  uint8_t instance;
  uint8_t slaveAddress;
  int ret1;
  int ret2;
  I2C *i2c;
  // get the number of bytes to write
  ProcessArgs(argStrs, args, 3); // parse [instance] [slaveAddress] [writeNumber]
  instance = args[0];
  slaveAddress = args[1];
  writeNumber = args[2];
  // parse [instance] [slaveAddress] [writeNumber] [](data to write)
  // [readNumber]
  ProcessArgs(argStrs, args, writeNumber + 4);
  readNumber = args[writeNumber + 3];

  if (instance == 1) {
    i2c = Peripherals::i2c1();
  }
  if (instance == 2) {
    i2c = Peripherals::i2c2();
  }
  ret1 = 0;
  ret2 = 0;

  if (writeNumber != 0) {
    ret1 = i2c->write((int)slaveAddress, (char *)&args[3], (int)writeNumber);
  }
  if (readNumber != 0) {
    ret2 = i2c->read((int)slaveAddress, (char *)reply, (int)readNumber);
  }

	if (ret1 != 0) reply[0] = 0xFF;
	if (ret2 != 0) reply[0] = 0xFF;


  // reply[0] = 0x80;
  FormatReply(reply, readNumber, replyStrs);
  return 0;
}