Serial Wire Output (SWO) viewer for tracing purposes. Tested on F401 and ST-LINK Utility as well as for F103 and Segger J-Link SWO viewer.

Dependents:   WiFi_Scanner DISCO-F429ZI_LCDTS_demo_richard mbed_nucleo_swo

SWO.h

Committer:
wim
Date:
4 weeks ago
Revision:
4:53de8ef789f3
Parent:
3:e5af2e131b95

File content as of revision 4:53de8ef789f3:

/* mbed SWO Library
 *  Copyright (c) 2014, v01: WH. Ported from Segger example
 *                      v02: WH. Added Class with Stream support
 *                2017, v03: WH,PS. Added stream claim for stdout, proposed by Pavel Sorejs
 *
 * Simple implementation for tracing via Serial Wire Output(SWO) for Cortex-M processors.
 * It can be used with Host PC software such as ST-LINK Utility or Segger J-Link SWO viewer.
 * This sample implementation ensures that output via SWO is enabled in order to guarantee
 * that the application does not hang.
 *
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 *
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 *
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 */
 
#ifndef MBED_SWO_H
#define MBED_SWO_H

//
// This is the Class implementation
//

/**
 * @code
 * #include "mbed.h"
 * #include "SWO.h"
 *
 * DigitalOut myled(LED1); 
 *
 * Serial pc(SERIAL_TX, SERIAL_RX);
 *
 * SWO_Channel SWO();
 *
 * int main() {
 *   pc.printf("Hello World\n\r"); 
 *
 *   SWO.printf("\r\nHello World from SWO\r\n");
 *   SWO.printf("CPU SystemCoreClock is %d Hz\r\n", SystemCoreClock);
 * 
 *   while(1) {
 *     myled = 1; // LED is ON
 *     wait(0.2); // 200 ms
 *     myled = 0; // LED is OFF
 *     wait(1.0); // 1 sec
 *   
 *     SWO.putc('#');    
 *   }
 * }
 * @endcode
 */

/** An SWO interface for debugging that supports Stream
 *
 * @brief Currently works on nucleo ST-LINK using ST-Link Utility and other devices that support SWD/SWO using Segger SWO viewer 
 *
 */
class SWO_Channel : public Stream {

public:
  /** Create an SWO interface for debugging that supports Stream
   *
   * @param const char *name Channel name (default = none)   
   */
  SWO_Channel(const char *name=NULL);  

 /**
  * Function: claim
  *
  * Redirect a stream to this SWO object
  *
  * Important: A name parameter must have been added when creating the SWO object:
  *
  * @code
  * #include "SWO.h"
  * ...
  * SWO_Channel pc("modser");
  * 
  * int main() {
  *   pc.claim();            // capture <stdout>
  *   pc.printf("Uses the SWO library\r\n");
  *   printf("So does this!\r\n");
  * }
  * @endcode
  *
  * @ingroup API
  * @param FILE *stream The stream to redirect (default = stdout)
  * @return true if succeeded, else false
  */  
  bool claim(FILE *stream = stdout);
  
#if DOXYGEN_ONLY
  /** Write a character to the display
    *
    * @param c The character to write to the display
    */
  int putc(int c);

  /** Write a formatted string to the display
    *
    * @param format A printf-style format string, followed by the
    *               variables to use in formatting the string.
    */
  int printf(const char* format, ...);   
#endif

protected:
  // Stream implementation functions
  virtual int _putc(int value);
  virtual int _getc();

private:

};


//
//This is the classic implementation
//

/**
 * @code
 * #include "mbed.h"
 * #include "SWO.h"
 *
 * DigitalOut myled(LED1); 
 *
 * Serial pc(SERIAL_TX, SERIAL_RX);
 *
 * int main() {
 *   pc.printf("Hello World\n\r"); 
 *
 *   SWO_PrintString("\r\nHello World from SWO\r\n");
 *   char message[64];
 *   sprintf(message, "CPU SystemCoreClock is %d Hz\r\n", SystemCoreClock);
 *   SWO_PrintString(message);      
 * 
 *   while(1) {
 *     myled = 1; // LED is ON
 *     wait(0.2); // 200 ms
 *     myled = 0; // LED is OFF
 *     wait(1.0); // 1 sec
 *   
 *     SWO_PrintString("#");    
 *   }
 * }
 * @endcode
 */

// Prototypes

/**
* @brief 
*   Checks if SWO is set up. If it is not, return,
*    to avoid program hangs if no debugger is connected.
*   If it is set up, print a character to the ITM_STIM register
*    in order to provide data for SWO.
* @param c The Character to be printed.
* @notes   Additional checks for device specific registers can be added.
*/
void SWO_PrintChar  (char c);


/**
*
* SWO_PrintString()
*
* @brief Print a string via SWO.
* @param *s The string to be printed.
*/
void SWO_PrintString(const char *s);

#endif