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* SEGGER RTT * Real Time Transfer for embedded targets *
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File : SEGGER_RTT.c
Purpose : Implementation of SEGGER real-time transfer (RTT) which
allows real-time communication on targets which support
debugger memory accesses while the CPU is running.
Revision: $Rev: 22333 $
Additional information:
Type "int" is assumed to be 32-bits in size
H->T Host to target communication
T->H Target to host communication
RTT channel 0 is always present and reserved for Terminal usage.
Name is fixed to "Terminal"
Effective buffer size: SizeOfBuffer - 1
WrOff == RdOff: Buffer is empty
WrOff == (RdOff - 1): Buffer is full
WrOff > RdOff: Free space includes wrap-around
WrOff < RdOff: Used space includes wrap-around
(WrOff == (SizeOfBuffer - 1)) && (RdOff == 0):
Buffer full and wrap-around after next byte
----------------------------------------------------------------------
*/
#include "SEGGER_RTT.h"
#include <string.h> // for memcpy
/*********************************************************************
*
* Configuration, default values
*
**********************************************************************
*/
#if SEGGER_RTT_CPU_CACHE_LINE_SIZE
#ifdef SEGGER_RTT_CB_ALIGN
#error "Custom SEGGER_RTT_CB_ALIGN() is not supported for SEGGER_RTT_CPU_CACHE_LINE_SIZE != 0"
#endif
#ifdef SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_ALIGN
#error "Custom SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_ALIGN() is not supported for SEGGER_RTT_CPU_CACHE_LINE_SIZE != 0"
#endif
#ifdef SEGGER_RTT_PUT_CB_SECTION
#error "Custom SEGGER_RTT_PUT_CB_SECTION() is not supported for SEGGER_RTT_CPU_CACHE_LINE_SIZE != 0"
#endif
#ifdef SEGGER_RTT_PUT_BUFFER_SECTION
#error "Custom SEGGER_RTT_PUT_BUFFER_SECTION() is not supported for SEGGER_RTT_CPU_CACHE_LINE_SIZE != 0"
#endif
#ifdef SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_ALIGNMENT
#error "Custom SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_ALIGNMENT is not supported for SEGGER_RTT_CPU_CACHE_LINE_SIZE != 0"
#endif
#ifdef SEGGER_RTT_ALIGNMENT
#error "Custom SEGGER_RTT_ALIGNMENT is not supported for SEGGER_RTT_CPU_CACHE_LINE_SIZE != 0"
#endif
#endif
#ifndef BUFFER_SIZE_UP
#define BUFFER_SIZE_UP 1024 // Size of the buffer for terminal output of target, up to host
#endif
#ifndef BUFFER_SIZE_DOWN
#define BUFFER_SIZE_DOWN 16 // Size of the buffer for terminal input to target from host (Usually keyboard input)
#endif
#ifndef SEGGER_RTT_MAX_NUM_UP_BUFFERS
#define SEGGER_RTT_MAX_NUM_UP_BUFFERS 2 // Number of up-buffers (T->H) available on this target
#endif
#ifndef SEGGER_RTT_MAX_NUM_DOWN_BUFFERS
#define SEGGER_RTT_MAX_NUM_DOWN_BUFFERS 2 // Number of down-buffers (H->T) available on this target
#endif
#ifndef SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_SECTION
#if defined(SEGGER_RTT_SECTION)
#define SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_SECTION SEGGER_RTT_SECTION
#endif
#endif
#ifndef SEGGER_RTT_ALIGNMENT
#define SEGGER_RTT_ALIGNMENT SEGGER_RTT_CPU_CACHE_LINE_SIZE
#endif
#ifndef SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_ALIGNMENT
#define SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_ALIGNMENT SEGGER_RTT_CPU_CACHE_LINE_SIZE
#endif
#ifndef SEGGER_RTT_MODE_DEFAULT
#define SEGGER_RTT_MODE_DEFAULT SEGGER_RTT_MODE_NO_BLOCK_SKIP
#endif
#ifndef SEGGER_RTT_LOCK
#define SEGGER_RTT_LOCK()
#endif
#ifndef SEGGER_RTT_UNLOCK
#define SEGGER_RTT_UNLOCK()
#endif
#ifndef STRLEN
#define STRLEN(a) strlen((a))
#endif
#ifndef STRCPY
#define STRCPY(pDest, pSrc) strcpy((pDest), (pSrc))
#endif
#ifndef SEGGER_RTT_MEMCPY_USE_BYTELOOP
#define SEGGER_RTT_MEMCPY_USE_BYTELOOP 0
#endif
#ifndef SEGGER_RTT_MEMCPY
#ifdef MEMCPY
#define SEGGER_RTT_MEMCPY(pDest, pSrc, NumBytes) MEMCPY((pDest), (pSrc), (NumBytes))
#else
#define SEGGER_RTT_MEMCPY(pDest, pSrc, NumBytes) memcpy((pDest), (pSrc), (NumBytes))
#endif
#endif
#ifndef MIN
#define MIN(a, b) (((a) < (b)) ? (a) : (b))
#endif
#ifndef MAX
#define MAX(a, b) (((a) > (b)) ? (a) : (b))
#endif
//
// For some environments, NULL may not be defined until certain headers are included
//
#ifndef NULL
#define NULL 0
#endif
/*********************************************************************
*
* Defines, fixed
*
**********************************************************************
*/
#if (defined __ICCARM__) || (defined __ICCRX__)
#define RTT_PRAGMA(P) _Pragma(#P)
#endif
#if SEGGER_RTT_ALIGNMENT || SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_ALIGNMENT
#if (defined __GNUC__)
#define SEGGER_RTT_ALIGN(Var, Alignment) Var __attribute__ ((aligned (Alignment)))
#elif (defined __ICCARM__) || (defined __ICCRX__)
#define PRAGMA(A) _Pragma(#A)
#define SEGGER_RTT_ALIGN(Var, Alignment) RTT_PRAGMA(data_alignment=Alignment) \
Var
#elif (defined __CC_ARM)
#define SEGGER_RTT_ALIGN(Var, Alignment) Var __attribute__ ((aligned (Alignment)))
#else
#error "Alignment not supported for this compiler."
#endif
#else
#define SEGGER_RTT_ALIGN(Var, Alignment) Var
#endif
#if defined(SEGGER_RTT_SECTION) || defined (SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_SECTION)
#if (defined __GNUC__)
#define SEGGER_RTT_PUT_SECTION(Var, Section) __attribute__ ((section (Section))) Var
#elif (defined __ICCARM__) || (defined __ICCRX__)
#define SEGGER_RTT_PUT_SECTION(Var, Section) RTT_PRAGMA(location=Section) \
Var
#elif (defined __CC_ARM)
#define SEGGER_RTT_PUT_SECTION(Var, Section) __attribute__ ((section (Section), zero_init)) Var
#else
#error "Section placement not supported for this compiler."
#endif
#else
#define SEGGER_RTT_PUT_SECTION(Var, Section) Var
#endif
#if SEGGER_RTT_ALIGNMENT
#define SEGGER_RTT_CB_ALIGN(Var) SEGGER_RTT_ALIGN(Var, SEGGER_RTT_ALIGNMENT)
#else
#define SEGGER_RTT_CB_ALIGN(Var) Var
#endif
#if SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_ALIGNMENT
#define SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_ALIGN(Var) SEGGER_RTT_ALIGN(Var, SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_ALIGNMENT)
#else
#define SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_ALIGN(Var) Var
#endif
#if defined(SEGGER_RTT_SECTION)
#define SEGGER_RTT_PUT_CB_SECTION(Var) SEGGER_RTT_PUT_SECTION(Var, SEGGER_RTT_SECTION)
#else
#define SEGGER_RTT_PUT_CB_SECTION(Var) Var
#endif
#if defined(SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_SECTION)
#define SEGGER_RTT_PUT_BUFFER_SECTION(Var) SEGGER_RTT_PUT_SECTION(Var, SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_SECTION)
#else
#define SEGGER_RTT_PUT_BUFFER_SECTION(Var) Var
#endif
/*********************************************************************
*
* Static const data
*
**********************************************************************
*/
static unsigned char _aTerminalId[16] = { '0', '1', '2', '3', '4', '5', '6', '7', '8', '9', 'A', 'B', 'C', 'D', 'E', 'F' };
/*********************************************************************
*
* Static data
*
**********************************************************************
*/
//
// RTT Control Block and allocate buffers for channel 0
//
SEGGER_RTT_PUT_CB_SECTION(SEGGER_RTT_CB_ALIGN(SEGGER_RTT_CB _SEGGER_RTT));
SEGGER_RTT_PUT_BUFFER_SECTION(SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_ALIGN(static char _acUpBuffer [SEGGER_RTT__ROUND_UP_2_CACHE_LINE_SIZE(BUFFER_SIZE_UP)]));
SEGGER_RTT_PUT_BUFFER_SECTION(SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_ALIGN(static char _acDownBuffer[SEGGER_RTT__ROUND_UP_2_CACHE_LINE_SIZE(BUFFER_SIZE_DOWN)]));
static unsigned char _ActiveTerminal;
/*********************************************************************
*
* Static functions
*
**********************************************************************
*/
/*********************************************************************
*
* _DoInit()
*
* Function description
* Initializes the control block an buffers.
* May only be called via INIT() to avoid overriding settings.
*
*/
#define INIT() { \
volatile SEGGER_RTT_CB* pRTTCBInit; \
pRTTCBInit = (volatile SEGGER_RTT_CB*)((char*)&_SEGGER_RTT + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF); \
do { \
if (pRTTCBInit->acID[0] == '\0') { \
_DoInit(); \
} \
} while (0); \
}
static void _DoInit(void) {
volatile SEGGER_RTT_CB* p; // Volatile to make sure that compiler cannot change the order of accesses to the control block
//
// Initialize control block
//
p = (volatile SEGGER_RTT_CB*)((char*)&_SEGGER_RTT + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF); // Access control block uncached so that nothing in the cache ever becomes dirty and all changes are visible in HW directly
p->MaxNumUpBuffers = SEGGER_RTT_MAX_NUM_UP_BUFFERS;
p->MaxNumDownBuffers = SEGGER_RTT_MAX_NUM_DOWN_BUFFERS;
//
// Initialize up buffer 0
//
p->aUp[0].sName = "Terminal";
p->aUp[0].pBuffer = _acUpBuffer;
p->aUp[0].SizeOfBuffer = BUFFER_SIZE_UP;
p->aUp[0].RdOff = 0u;
p->aUp[0].WrOff = 0u;
p->aUp[0].Flags = SEGGER_RTT_MODE_DEFAULT;
//
// Initialize down buffer 0
//
p->aDown[0].sName = "Terminal";
p->aDown[0].pBuffer = _acDownBuffer;
p->aDown[0].SizeOfBuffer = BUFFER_SIZE_DOWN;
p->aDown[0].RdOff = 0u;
p->aDown[0].WrOff = 0u;
p->aDown[0].Flags = SEGGER_RTT_MODE_DEFAULT;
//
// Finish initialization of the control block.
// Copy Id string in three steps to make sure "SEGGER RTT" is not found
// in initializer memory (usually flash) by J-Link
//
STRCPY((char*)&p->acID[7], "RTT");
RTT__DMB(); // Force order of memory accessed inside core for cores that allow to change the order
STRCPY((char*)&p->acID[0], "SEGGER");
RTT__DMB(); // Force order of memory accessed inside core for cores that allow to change the order
p->acID[6] = ' ';
RTT__DMB(); // Force order of memory accessed inside core for cores that allow to change the order
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* _WriteBlocking()
*
* Function description
* Stores a specified number of characters in SEGGER RTT ring buffer
* and updates the associated write pointer which is periodically
* read by the host.
* The caller is responsible for managing the write chunk sizes as
* _WriteBlocking() will block until all data has been posted successfully.
*
* Parameters
* pRing Ring buffer to post to.
* pBuffer Pointer to character array. Does not need to point to a \0 terminated string.
* NumBytes Number of bytes to be stored in the SEGGER RTT control block.
*
* Return value
* >= 0 - Number of bytes written into buffer.
*/
static unsigned _WriteBlocking(SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_UP* pRing, const char* pBuffer, unsigned NumBytes) {
unsigned NumBytesToWrite;
unsigned NumBytesWritten;
unsigned RdOff;
unsigned WrOff;
volatile char* pDst;
//
// Write data to buffer and handle wrap-around if necessary
//
NumBytesWritten = 0u;
WrOff = pRing->WrOff;
do {
RdOff = pRing->RdOff; // May be changed by host (debug probe) in the meantime
if (RdOff > WrOff) {
NumBytesToWrite = RdOff - WrOff - 1u;
} else {
NumBytesToWrite = pRing->SizeOfBuffer - (WrOff - RdOff + 1u);
}
NumBytesToWrite = MIN(NumBytesToWrite, (pRing->SizeOfBuffer - WrOff)); // Number of bytes that can be written until buffer wrap-around
NumBytesToWrite = MIN(NumBytesToWrite, NumBytes);
pDst = (pRing->pBuffer + WrOff) + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF;
#if SEGGER_RTT_MEMCPY_USE_BYTELOOP
NumBytesWritten += NumBytesToWrite;
NumBytes -= NumBytesToWrite;
WrOff += NumBytesToWrite;
while (NumBytesToWrite--) {
*pDst++ = *pBuffer++;
};
#else
SEGGER_RTT_MEMCPY((void*)pDst, pBuffer, NumBytesToWrite);
NumBytesWritten += NumBytesToWrite;
pBuffer += NumBytesToWrite;
NumBytes -= NumBytesToWrite;
WrOff += NumBytesToWrite;
#endif
if (WrOff == pRing->SizeOfBuffer) {
WrOff = 0u;
}
RTT__DMB(); // Force data write to be complete before writing the <WrOff>, in case CPU is allowed to change the order of memory accesses
pRing->WrOff = WrOff;
} while (NumBytes);
return NumBytesWritten;
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* _WriteNoCheck()
*
* Function description
* Stores a specified number of characters in SEGGER RTT ring buffer
* and updates the associated write pointer which is periodically
* read by the host.
* It is callers responsibility to make sure data actually fits in buffer.
*
* Parameters
* pRing Ring buffer to post to.
* pBuffer Pointer to character array. Does not need to point to a \0 terminated string.
* NumBytes Number of bytes to be stored in the SEGGER RTT control block.
*
* Notes
* (1) If there might not be enough space in the "Up"-buffer, call _WriteBlocking
*/
static void _WriteNoCheck(SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_UP* pRing, const char* pData, unsigned NumBytes) {
unsigned NumBytesAtOnce;
unsigned WrOff;
unsigned Rem;
volatile char* pDst;
WrOff = pRing->WrOff;
Rem = pRing->SizeOfBuffer - WrOff;
if (Rem > NumBytes) {
//
// All data fits before wrap around
//
pDst = (pRing->pBuffer + WrOff) + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF;
#if SEGGER_RTT_MEMCPY_USE_BYTELOOP
WrOff += NumBytes;
while (NumBytes--) {
*pDst++ = *pData++;
};
RTT__DMB(); // Force data write to be complete before writing the <WrOff>, in case CPU is allowed to change the order of memory accesses
pRing->WrOff = WrOff;
#else
SEGGER_RTT_MEMCPY((void*)pDst, pData, NumBytes);
RTT__DMB(); // Force data write to be complete before writing the <WrOff>, in case CPU is allowed to change the order of memory accesses
pRing->WrOff = WrOff + NumBytes;
#endif
} else {
//
// We reach the end of the buffer, so need to wrap around
//
#if SEGGER_RTT_MEMCPY_USE_BYTELOOP
pDst = (pRing->pBuffer + WrOff) + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF;
NumBytesAtOnce = Rem;
while (NumBytesAtOnce--) {
*pDst++ = *pData++;
};
pDst = pRing->pBuffer + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF;
NumBytesAtOnce = NumBytes - Rem;
while (NumBytesAtOnce--) {
*pDst++ = *pData++;
};
RTT__DMB(); // Force data write to be complete before writing the <WrOff>, in case CPU is allowed to change the order of memory accesses
pRing->WrOff = NumBytes - Rem;
#else
NumBytesAtOnce = Rem;
pDst = (pRing->pBuffer + WrOff) + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF;
SEGGER_RTT_MEMCPY((void*)pDst, pData, NumBytesAtOnce);
NumBytesAtOnce = NumBytes - Rem;
pDst = pRing->pBuffer + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF;
SEGGER_RTT_MEMCPY((void*)pDst, pData + Rem, NumBytesAtOnce);
RTT__DMB(); // Force data write to be complete before writing the <WrOff>, in case CPU is allowed to change the order of memory accesses
pRing->WrOff = NumBytesAtOnce;
#endif
}
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* _PostTerminalSwitch()
*
* Function description
* Switch terminal to the given terminal ID. It is the caller's
* responsibility to ensure the terminal ID is correct and there is
* enough space in the buffer for this to complete successfully.
*
* Parameters
* pRing Ring buffer to post to.
* TerminalId Terminal ID to switch to.
*/
static void _PostTerminalSwitch(SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_UP* pRing, unsigned char TerminalId) {
unsigned char ac[2];
ac[0] = 0xFFu;
ac[1] = _aTerminalId[TerminalId]; // Caller made already sure that TerminalId does not exceed our terminal limit
_WriteBlocking(pRing, (const char*)ac, 2u);
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* _GetAvailWriteSpace()
*
* Function description
* Returns the number of bytes that can be written to the ring
* buffer without blocking.
*
* Parameters
* pRing Ring buffer to check.
*
* Return value
* Number of bytes that are free in the buffer.
*/
static unsigned _GetAvailWriteSpace(SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_UP* pRing) {
unsigned RdOff;
unsigned WrOff;
unsigned r;
//
// Avoid warnings regarding volatile access order. It's not a problem
// in this case, but dampen compiler enthusiasm.
//
RdOff = pRing->RdOff;
WrOff = pRing->WrOff;
if (RdOff <= WrOff) {
r = pRing->SizeOfBuffer - 1u - WrOff + RdOff;
} else {
r = RdOff - WrOff - 1u;
}
return r;
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* Public code
*
**********************************************************************
*/
/*********************************************************************
*
* SEGGER_RTT_ReadUpBufferNoLock()
*
* Function description
* Reads characters from SEGGER real-time-terminal control block
* which have been previously stored by the application.
* Do not lock against interrupts and multiple access.
* Used to do the same operation that J-Link does, to transfer
* RTT data via other channels, such as TCP/IP or UART.
*
* Parameters
* BufferIndex Index of Up-buffer to be used.
* pBuffer Pointer to buffer provided by target application, to copy characters from RTT-up-buffer to.
* BufferSize Size of the target application buffer.
*
* Return value
* Number of bytes that have been read.
*
* Additional information
* This function must not be called when J-Link might also do RTT.
*/
unsigned SEGGER_RTT_ReadUpBufferNoLock(unsigned BufferIndex, void* pData, unsigned BufferSize) {
unsigned NumBytesRem;
unsigned NumBytesRead;
unsigned RdOff;
unsigned WrOff;
unsigned char* pBuffer;
SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_UP* pRing;
volatile char* pSrc;
INIT();
pRing = (SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_UP*)((char*)&_SEGGER_RTT.aUp[BufferIndex] + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF); // Access uncached to make sure we see changes made by the J-Link side and all of our changes go into HW directly
pBuffer = (unsigned char*)pData;
RdOff = pRing->RdOff;
WrOff = pRing->WrOff;
NumBytesRead = 0u;
//
// Read from current read position to wrap-around of buffer, first
//
if (RdOff > WrOff) {
NumBytesRem = pRing->SizeOfBuffer - RdOff;
NumBytesRem = MIN(NumBytesRem, BufferSize);
pSrc = (pRing->pBuffer + RdOff) + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF;
#if SEGGER_RTT_MEMCPY_USE_BYTELOOP
NumBytesRead += NumBytesRem;
BufferSize -= NumBytesRem;
RdOff += NumBytesRem;
while (NumBytesRem--) {
*pBuffer++ = *pSrc++;
};
#else
SEGGER_RTT_MEMCPY(pBuffer, (void*)pSrc, NumBytesRem);
NumBytesRead += NumBytesRem;
pBuffer += NumBytesRem;
BufferSize -= NumBytesRem;
RdOff += NumBytesRem;
#endif
//
// Handle wrap-around of buffer
//
if (RdOff == pRing->SizeOfBuffer) {
RdOff = 0u;
}
}
//
// Read remaining items of buffer
//
NumBytesRem = WrOff - RdOff;
NumBytesRem = MIN(NumBytesRem, BufferSize);
if (NumBytesRem > 0u) {
pSrc = (pRing->pBuffer + RdOff) + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF;
#if SEGGER_RTT_MEMCPY_USE_BYTELOOP
NumBytesRead += NumBytesRem;
BufferSize -= NumBytesRem;
RdOff += NumBytesRem;
while (NumBytesRem--) {
*pBuffer++ = *pSrc++;
};
#else
SEGGER_RTT_MEMCPY(pBuffer, (void*)pSrc, NumBytesRem);
NumBytesRead += NumBytesRem;
pBuffer += NumBytesRem;
BufferSize -= NumBytesRem;
RdOff += NumBytesRem;
#endif
}
//
// Update read offset of buffer
//
if (NumBytesRead) {
pRing->RdOff = RdOff;
}
//
return NumBytesRead;
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* SEGGER_RTT_ReadNoLock()
*
* Function description
* Reads characters from SEGGER real-time-terminal control block
* which have been previously stored by the host.
* Do not lock against interrupts and multiple access.
*
* Parameters
* BufferIndex Index of Down-buffer to be used (e.g. 0 for "Terminal").
* pBuffer Pointer to buffer provided by target application, to copy characters from RTT-down-buffer to.
* BufferSize Size of the target application buffer.
*
* Return value
* Number of bytes that have been read.
*/
unsigned SEGGER_RTT_ReadNoLock(unsigned BufferIndex, void* pData, unsigned BufferSize) {
unsigned NumBytesRem;
unsigned NumBytesRead;
unsigned RdOff;
unsigned WrOff;
unsigned char* pBuffer;
SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_DOWN* pRing;
volatile char* pSrc;
//
INIT();
pRing = (SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_DOWN*)((char*)&_SEGGER_RTT.aDown[BufferIndex] + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF); // Access uncached to make sure we see changes made by the J-Link side and all of our changes go into HW directly
pBuffer = (unsigned char*)pData;
RdOff = pRing->RdOff;
WrOff = pRing->WrOff;
NumBytesRead = 0u;
//
// Read from current read position to wrap-around of buffer, first
//
if (RdOff > WrOff) {
NumBytesRem = pRing->SizeOfBuffer - RdOff;
NumBytesRem = MIN(NumBytesRem, BufferSize);
pSrc = (pRing->pBuffer + RdOff) + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF;
#if SEGGER_RTT_MEMCPY_USE_BYTELOOP
NumBytesRead += NumBytesRem;
BufferSize -= NumBytesRem;
RdOff += NumBytesRem;
while (NumBytesRem--) {
*pBuffer++ = *pSrc++;
};
#else
SEGGER_RTT_MEMCPY(pBuffer, (void*)pSrc, NumBytesRem);
NumBytesRead += NumBytesRem;
pBuffer += NumBytesRem;
BufferSize -= NumBytesRem;
RdOff += NumBytesRem;
#endif
//
// Handle wrap-around of buffer
//
if (RdOff == pRing->SizeOfBuffer) {
RdOff = 0u;
}
}
//
// Read remaining items of buffer
//
NumBytesRem = WrOff - RdOff;
NumBytesRem = MIN(NumBytesRem, BufferSize);
if (NumBytesRem > 0u) {
pSrc = (pRing->pBuffer + RdOff) + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF;
#if SEGGER_RTT_MEMCPY_USE_BYTELOOP
NumBytesRead += NumBytesRem;
BufferSize -= NumBytesRem;
RdOff += NumBytesRem;
while (NumBytesRem--) {
*pBuffer++ = *pSrc++;
};
#else
SEGGER_RTT_MEMCPY(pBuffer, (void*)pSrc, NumBytesRem);
NumBytesRead += NumBytesRem;
pBuffer += NumBytesRem;
BufferSize -= NumBytesRem;
RdOff += NumBytesRem;
#endif
}
if (NumBytesRead) {
pRing->RdOff = RdOff;
}
//
return NumBytesRead;
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* SEGGER_RTT_ReadUpBuffer
*
* Function description
* Reads characters from SEGGER real-time-terminal control block
* which have been previously stored by the application.
* Used to do the same operation that J-Link does, to transfer
* RTT data via other channels, such as TCP/IP or UART.
*
* Parameters
* BufferIndex Index of Up-buffer to be used.
* pBuffer Pointer to buffer provided by target application, to copy characters from RTT-up-buffer to.
* BufferSize Size of the target application buffer.
*
* Return value
* Number of bytes that have been read.
*
* Additional information
* This function must not be called when J-Link might also do RTT.
* This function locks against all other RTT operations. I.e. during
* the read operation, writing is also locked.
* If only one consumer reads from the up buffer,
* call sEGGER_RTT_ReadUpBufferNoLock() instead.
*/
unsigned SEGGER_RTT_ReadUpBuffer(unsigned BufferIndex, void* pBuffer, unsigned BufferSize) {
unsigned NumBytesRead;
SEGGER_RTT_LOCK();
//
// Call the non-locking read function
//
NumBytesRead = SEGGER_RTT_ReadUpBufferNoLock(BufferIndex, pBuffer, BufferSize);
//
// Finish up.
//
SEGGER_RTT_UNLOCK();
//
return NumBytesRead;
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* SEGGER_RTT_Read
*
* Function description
* Reads characters from SEGGER real-time-terminal control block
* which have been previously stored by the host.
*
* Parameters
* BufferIndex Index of Down-buffer to be used (e.g. 0 for "Terminal").
* pBuffer Pointer to buffer provided by target application, to copy characters from RTT-down-buffer to.
* BufferSize Size of the target application buffer.
*
* Return value
* Number of bytes that have been read.
*/
unsigned SEGGER_RTT_Read(unsigned BufferIndex, void* pBuffer, unsigned BufferSize) {
unsigned NumBytesRead;
SEGGER_RTT_LOCK();
//
// Call the non-locking read function
//
NumBytesRead = SEGGER_RTT_ReadNoLock(BufferIndex, pBuffer, BufferSize);
//
// Finish up.
//
SEGGER_RTT_UNLOCK();
//
return NumBytesRead;
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* SEGGER_RTT_WriteWithOverwriteNoLock
*
* Function description
* Stores a specified number of characters in SEGGER RTT
* control block.
* SEGGER_RTT_WriteWithOverwriteNoLock does not lock the application
* and overwrites data if the data does not fit into the buffer.
*
* Parameters
* BufferIndex Index of "Up"-buffer to be used (e.g. 0 for "Terminal").
* pBuffer Pointer to character array. Does not need to point to a \0 terminated string.
* NumBytes Number of bytes to be stored in the SEGGER RTT control block.
*
* Notes
* (1) If there is not enough space in the "Up"-buffer, data is overwritten.
* (2) For performance reasons this function does not call Init()
* and may only be called after RTT has been initialized.
* Either by calling SEGGER_RTT_Init() or calling another RTT API function first.
* (3) Do not use SEGGER_RTT_WriteWithOverwriteNoLock if a J-Link
* connection reads RTT data.
*/
void SEGGER_RTT_WriteWithOverwriteNoLock(unsigned BufferIndex, const void* pBuffer, unsigned NumBytes) {
const char* pData;
SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_UP* pRing;
unsigned Avail;
volatile char* pDst;
//
// Get "to-host" ring buffer and copy some elements into local variables.
//
pData = (const char *)pBuffer;
pRing = (SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_UP*)((char*)&_SEGGER_RTT.aUp[BufferIndex] + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF); // Access uncached to make sure we see changes made by the J-Link side and all of our changes go into HW directly
//
// Check if we will overwrite data and need to adjust the RdOff.
//
if (pRing->WrOff == pRing->RdOff) {
Avail = pRing->SizeOfBuffer - 1u;
} else if ( pRing->WrOff < pRing->RdOff) {
Avail = pRing->RdOff - pRing->WrOff - 1u;
} else {
Avail = pRing->RdOff - pRing->WrOff - 1u + pRing->SizeOfBuffer;
}
if (NumBytes > Avail) {
pRing->RdOff += (NumBytes - Avail);
while (pRing->RdOff >= pRing->SizeOfBuffer) {
pRing->RdOff -= pRing->SizeOfBuffer;
}
}
//
// Write all data, no need to check the RdOff, but possibly handle multiple wrap-arounds
//
Avail = pRing->SizeOfBuffer - pRing->WrOff;
do {
if (Avail > NumBytes) {
//
// Last round
//
pDst = (pRing->pBuffer + pRing->WrOff) + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF;
#if SEGGER_RTT_MEMCPY_USE_BYTELOOP
Avail = NumBytes;
while (NumBytes--) {
*pDst++ = *pData++;
};
RTT__DMB(); // Force data write to be complete before writing the <WrOff>, in case CPU is allowed to change the order of memory accesses
pRing->WrOff += Avail;
#else
SEGGER_RTT_MEMCPY((void*)pDst, pData, NumBytes);
RTT__DMB(); // Force data write to be complete before writing the <WrOff>, in case CPU is allowed to change the order of memory accesses
pRing->WrOff += NumBytes;
#endif
break;
} else {
//
// Wrap-around necessary, write until wrap-around and reset WrOff
//
pDst = (pRing->pBuffer + pRing->WrOff) + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF;
#if SEGGER_RTT_MEMCPY_USE_BYTELOOP
NumBytes -= Avail;
while (Avail--) {
*pDst++ = *pData++;
};
RTT__DMB(); // Force data write to be complete before writing the <WrOff>, in case CPU is allowed to change the order of memory accesses
pRing->WrOff = 0;
#else
SEGGER_RTT_MEMCPY((void*)pDst, pData, Avail);
pData += Avail;
RTT__DMB(); // Force data write to be complete before writing the <WrOff>, in case CPU is allowed to change the order of memory accesses
pRing->WrOff = 0;
NumBytes -= Avail;
#endif
Avail = (pRing->SizeOfBuffer - 1);
}
} while (NumBytes);
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* SEGGER_RTT_WriteSkipNoLock
*
* Function description
* Stores a specified number of characters in SEGGER RTT
* control block which is then read by the host.
* SEGGER_RTT_WriteSkipNoLock does not lock the application and
* skips all data, if the data does not fit into the buffer.
*
* Parameters
* BufferIndex Index of "Up"-buffer to be used (e.g. 0 for "Terminal").
* pBuffer Pointer to character array. Does not need to point to a \0 terminated string.
* NumBytes Number of bytes to be stored in the SEGGER RTT control block.
* MUST be > 0!!!
* This is done for performance reasons, so no initial check has do be done.
*
* Return value
* 1: Data has been copied
* 0: No space, data has not been copied
*
* Notes
* (1) If there is not enough space in the "Up"-buffer, all data is dropped.
* (2) For performance reasons this function does not call Init()
* and may only be called after RTT has been initialized.
* Either by calling SEGGER_RTT_Init() or calling another RTT API function first.
*/
#if (RTT_USE_ASM == 0)
unsigned SEGGER_RTT_WriteSkipNoLock(unsigned BufferIndex, const void* pBuffer, unsigned NumBytes) {
const char* pData;
SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_UP* pRing;
unsigned Avail;
unsigned RdOff;
unsigned WrOff;
unsigned Rem;
volatile char* pDst;
//
// Cases:
// 1) RdOff <= WrOff => Space until wrap-around is sufficient
// 2) RdOff <= WrOff => Space after wrap-around needed (copy in 2 chunks)
// 3) RdOff < WrOff => No space in buf
// 4) RdOff > WrOff => Space is sufficient
// 5) RdOff > WrOff => No space in buf
//
// 1) is the most common case for large buffers and assuming that J-Link reads the data fast enough
//
pData = (const char *)pBuffer;
pRing = (SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_UP*)((char*)&_SEGGER_RTT.aUp[BufferIndex] + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF); // Access uncached to make sure we see changes made by the J-Link side and all of our changes go into HW directly
RdOff = pRing->RdOff;
WrOff = pRing->WrOff;
if (RdOff <= WrOff) { // Case 1), 2) or 3)
Avail = pRing->SizeOfBuffer - WrOff - 1u; // Space until wrap-around (assume 1 byte not usable for case that RdOff == 0)
if (Avail >= NumBytes) { // Case 1)?
CopyStraight:
pDst = (pRing->pBuffer + WrOff) + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF;
memcpy((void*)pDst, pData, NumBytes);
RTT__DMB(); // Force data write to be complete before writing the <WrOff>, in case CPU is allowed to change the order of memory accesses
pRing->WrOff = WrOff + NumBytes;
return 1;
}
Avail += RdOff; // Space incl. wrap-around
if (Avail >= NumBytes) { // Case 2? => If not, we have case 3) (does not fit)
Rem = pRing->SizeOfBuffer - WrOff; // Space until end of buffer
pDst = (pRing->pBuffer + WrOff) + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF;
memcpy((void*)pDst, pData, Rem); // Copy 1st chunk
NumBytes -= Rem;
//
// Special case: First check that assumed RdOff == 0 calculated that last element before wrap-around could not be used
// But 2nd check (considering space until wrap-around and until RdOff) revealed that RdOff is not 0, so we can use the last element
// In this case, we may use a copy straight until buffer end anyway without needing to copy 2 chunks
// Therefore, check if 2nd memcpy is necessary at all
//
if (NumBytes) {
pDst = pRing->pBuffer + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF;
memcpy((void*)pDst, pData + Rem, NumBytes);
}
RTT__DMB(); // Force data write to be complete before writing the <WrOff>, in case CPU is allowed to change the order of memory accesses
pRing->WrOff = NumBytes;
return 1;
}
} else { // Potential case 4)
Avail = RdOff - WrOff - 1u;
if (Avail >= NumBytes) { // Case 4)? => If not, we have case 5) (does not fit)
goto CopyStraight;
}
}
return 0; // No space in buffer
}
#endif
/*********************************************************************
*
* SEGGER_RTT_WriteDownBufferNoLock
*
* Function description
* Stores a specified number of characters in SEGGER RTT
* control block inside a <Down> buffer.
* SEGGER_RTT_WriteDownBufferNoLock does not lock the application.
* Used to do the same operation that J-Link does, to transfer
* RTT data from other channels, such as TCP/IP or UART.
*
* Parameters
* BufferIndex Index of "Down"-buffer to be used.
* pBuffer Pointer to character array. Does not need to point to a \0 terminated string.
* NumBytes Number of bytes to be stored in the SEGGER RTT control block.
*
* Return value
* Number of bytes which have been stored in the "Down"-buffer.
*
* Notes
* (1) Data is stored according to buffer flags.
* (2) For performance reasons this function does not call Init()
* and may only be called after RTT has been initialized.
* Either by calling SEGGER_RTT_Init() or calling another RTT API function first.
*
* Additional information
* This function must not be called when J-Link might also do RTT.
*/
unsigned SEGGER_RTT_WriteDownBufferNoLock(unsigned BufferIndex, const void* pBuffer, unsigned NumBytes) {
unsigned Status;
unsigned Avail;
const char* pData;
SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_UP* pRing;
//
// Get "to-target" ring buffer.
// It is save to cast that to a "to-host" buffer. Up and Down buffer differ in volatility of offsets that might be modified by J-Link.
//
pData = (const char *)pBuffer;
pRing = (SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_UP*)((char*)&_SEGGER_RTT.aDown[BufferIndex] + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF); // Access uncached to make sure we see changes made by the J-Link side and all of our changes go into HW directly
//
// How we output depends upon the mode...
//
switch (pRing->Flags) {
case SEGGER_RTT_MODE_NO_BLOCK_SKIP:
//
// If we are in skip mode and there is no space for the whole
// of this output, don't bother.
//
Avail = _GetAvailWriteSpace(pRing);
if (Avail < NumBytes) {
Status = 0u;
} else {
Status = NumBytes;
_WriteNoCheck(pRing, pData, NumBytes);
}
break;
case SEGGER_RTT_MODE_NO_BLOCK_TRIM:
//
// If we are in trim mode, trim to what we can output without blocking.
//
Avail = _GetAvailWriteSpace(pRing);
Status = Avail < NumBytes ? Avail : NumBytes;
_WriteNoCheck(pRing, pData, Status);
break;
case SEGGER_RTT_MODE_BLOCK_IF_FIFO_FULL:
//
// If we are in blocking mode, output everything.
//
Status = _WriteBlocking(pRing, pData, NumBytes);
break;
default:
Status = 0u;
break;
}
//
// Finish up.
//
return Status;
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* SEGGER_RTT_WriteNoLock
*
* Function description
* Stores a specified number of characters in SEGGER RTT
* control block which is then read by the host.
* SEGGER_RTT_WriteNoLock does not lock the application.
*
* Parameters
* BufferIndex Index of "Up"-buffer to be used (e.g. 0 for "Terminal").
* pBuffer Pointer to character array. Does not need to point to a \0 terminated string.
* NumBytes Number of bytes to be stored in the SEGGER RTT control block.
*
* Return value
* Number of bytes which have been stored in the "Up"-buffer.
*
* Notes
* (1) Data is stored according to buffer flags.
* (2) For performance reasons this function does not call Init()
* and may only be called after RTT has been initialized.
* Either by calling SEGGER_RTT_Init() or calling another RTT API function first.
*/
unsigned SEGGER_RTT_WriteNoLock(unsigned BufferIndex, const void* pBuffer, unsigned NumBytes) {
unsigned Status;
unsigned Avail;
const char* pData;
SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_UP* pRing;
//
// Get "to-host" ring buffer.
//
pData = (const char *)pBuffer;
pRing = (SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_UP*)((char*)&_SEGGER_RTT.aUp[BufferIndex] + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF); // Access uncached to make sure we see changes made by the J-Link side and all of our changes go into HW directly
//
// How we output depends upon the mode...
//
switch (pRing->Flags) {
case SEGGER_RTT_MODE_NO_BLOCK_SKIP:
//
// If we are in skip mode and there is no space for the whole
// of this output, don't bother.
//
Avail = _GetAvailWriteSpace(pRing);
if (Avail < NumBytes) {
Status = 0u;
} else {
Status = NumBytes;
_WriteNoCheck(pRing, pData, NumBytes);
}
break;
case SEGGER_RTT_MODE_NO_BLOCK_TRIM:
//
// If we are in trim mode, trim to what we can output without blocking.
//
Avail = _GetAvailWriteSpace(pRing);
Status = Avail < NumBytes ? Avail : NumBytes;
_WriteNoCheck(pRing, pData, Status);
break;
case SEGGER_RTT_MODE_BLOCK_IF_FIFO_FULL:
//
// If we are in blocking mode, output everything.
//
Status = _WriteBlocking(pRing, pData, NumBytes);
break;
default:
Status = 0u;
break;
}
//
// Finish up.
//
return Status;
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* SEGGER_RTT_WriteDownBuffer
*
* Function description
* Stores a specified number of characters in SEGGER RTT control block in a <Down> buffer.
*
* Parameters
* BufferIndex Index of "Up"-buffer to be used (e.g. 0 for "Terminal").
* pBuffer Pointer to character array. Does not need to point to a \0 terminated string.
* NumBytes Number of bytes to be stored in the SEGGER RTT control block.
*
* Return value
* Number of bytes which have been stored in the "Down"-buffer.
*
* Notes
* (1) Data is stored according to buffer flags.
*
* Additional information
* This function must not be called when J-Link might also do RTT.
* This function locks against all other RTT operations. I.e. during
* the write operation, writing from the application is also locked.
* If only one consumer writes to the down buffer,
* call SEGGER_RTT_WriteDownBufferNoLock() instead.
*/
unsigned SEGGER_RTT_WriteDownBuffer(unsigned BufferIndex, const void* pBuffer, unsigned NumBytes) {
unsigned Status;
INIT();
SEGGER_RTT_LOCK();
Status = SEGGER_RTT_WriteDownBufferNoLock(BufferIndex, pBuffer, NumBytes); // Call the non-locking write function
SEGGER_RTT_UNLOCK();
return Status;
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* SEGGER_RTT_Write
*
* Function description
* Stores a specified number of characters in SEGGER RTT
* control block which is then read by the host.
*
* Parameters
* BufferIndex Index of "Up"-buffer to be used (e.g. 0 for "Terminal").
* pBuffer Pointer to character array. Does not need to point to a \0 terminated string.
* NumBytes Number of bytes to be stored in the SEGGER RTT control block.
*
* Return value
* Number of bytes which have been stored in the "Up"-buffer.
*
* Notes
* (1) Data is stored according to buffer flags.
*/
unsigned SEGGER_RTT_Write(unsigned BufferIndex, const void* pBuffer, unsigned NumBytes) {
unsigned Status;
INIT();
SEGGER_RTT_LOCK();
Status = SEGGER_RTT_WriteNoLock(BufferIndex, pBuffer, NumBytes); // Call the non-locking write function
SEGGER_RTT_UNLOCK();
return Status;
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* SEGGER_RTT_WriteString
*
* Function description
* Stores string in SEGGER RTT control block.
* This data is read by the host.
*
* Parameters
* BufferIndex Index of "Up"-buffer to be used (e.g. 0 for "Terminal").
* s Pointer to string.
*
* Return value
* Number of bytes which have been stored in the "Up"-buffer.
*
* Notes
* (1) Data is stored according to buffer flags.
* (2) String passed to this function has to be \0 terminated
* (3) \0 termination character is *not* stored in RTT buffer
*/
unsigned SEGGER_RTT_WriteString(unsigned BufferIndex, const char* s) {
unsigned Len;
Len = STRLEN(s);
return SEGGER_RTT_Write(BufferIndex, s, Len);
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* SEGGER_RTT_PutCharSkipNoLock
*
* Function description
* Stores a single character/byte in SEGGER RTT buffer.
* SEGGER_RTT_PutCharSkipNoLock does not lock the application and
* skips the byte, if it does not fit into the buffer.
*
* Parameters
* BufferIndex Index of "Up"-buffer to be used (e.g. 0 for "Terminal").
* c Byte to be stored.
*
* Return value
* Number of bytes which have been stored in the "Up"-buffer.
*
* Notes
* (1) If there is not enough space in the "Up"-buffer, the character is dropped.
* (2) For performance reasons this function does not call Init()
* and may only be called after RTT has been initialized.
* Either by calling SEGGER_RTT_Init() or calling another RTT API function first.
*/
unsigned SEGGER_RTT_PutCharSkipNoLock(unsigned BufferIndex, char c) {
SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_UP* pRing;
unsigned WrOff;
unsigned Status;
volatile char* pDst;
//
// Get "to-host" ring buffer.
//
pRing = (SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_UP*)((char*)&_SEGGER_RTT.aUp[BufferIndex] + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF); // Access uncached to make sure we see changes made by the J-Link side and all of our changes go into HW directly
//
// Get write position and handle wrap-around if necessary
//
WrOff = pRing->WrOff + 1;
if (WrOff == pRing->SizeOfBuffer) {
WrOff = 0;
}
//
// Output byte if free space is available
//
if (WrOff != pRing->RdOff) {
pDst = (pRing->pBuffer + pRing->WrOff) + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF;
*pDst = c;
RTT__DMB(); // Force data write to be complete before writing the <WrOff>, in case CPU is allowed to change the order of memory accesses
pRing->WrOff = WrOff;
Status = 1;
} else {
Status = 0;
}
//
return Status;
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* SEGGER_RTT_PutCharSkip
*
* Function description
* Stores a single character/byte in SEGGER RTT buffer.
*
* Parameters
* BufferIndex Index of "Up"-buffer to be used (e.g. 0 for "Terminal").
* c Byte to be stored.
*
* Return value
* Number of bytes which have been stored in the "Up"-buffer.
*
* Notes
* (1) If there is not enough space in the "Up"-buffer, the character is dropped.
*/
unsigned SEGGER_RTT_PutCharSkip(unsigned BufferIndex, char c) {
SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_UP* pRing;
unsigned WrOff;
unsigned Status;
volatile char* pDst;
//
// Prepare
//
INIT();
SEGGER_RTT_LOCK();
//
// Get "to-host" ring buffer.
//
pRing = (SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_UP*)((char*)&_SEGGER_RTT.aUp[BufferIndex] + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF); // Access uncached to make sure we see changes made by the J-Link side and all of our changes go into HW directly
//
// Get write position and handle wrap-around if necessary
//
WrOff = pRing->WrOff + 1;
if (WrOff == pRing->SizeOfBuffer) {
WrOff = 0;
}
//
// Output byte if free space is available
//
if (WrOff != pRing->RdOff) {
pDst = (pRing->pBuffer + pRing->WrOff) + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF;
*pDst = c;
RTT__DMB(); // Force data write to be complete before writing the <WrOff>, in case CPU is allowed to change the order of memory accesses
pRing->WrOff = WrOff;
Status = 1;
} else {
Status = 0;
}
//
// Finish up.
//
SEGGER_RTT_UNLOCK();
//
return Status;
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* SEGGER_RTT_PutChar
*
* Function description
* Stores a single character/byte in SEGGER RTT buffer.
*
* Parameters
* BufferIndex Index of "Up"-buffer to be used (e.g. 0 for "Terminal").
* c Byte to be stored.
*
* Return value
* Number of bytes which have been stored in the "Up"-buffer.
*
* Notes
* (1) Data is stored according to buffer flags.
*/
unsigned SEGGER_RTT_PutChar(unsigned BufferIndex, char c) {
SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_UP* pRing;
unsigned WrOff;
unsigned Status;
volatile char* pDst;
//
// Prepare
//
INIT();
SEGGER_RTT_LOCK();
//
// Get "to-host" ring buffer.
//
pRing = (SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_UP*)((char*)&_SEGGER_RTT.aUp[BufferIndex] + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF); // Access uncached to make sure we see changes made by the J-Link side and all of our changes go into HW directly
//
// Get write position and handle wrap-around if necessary
//
WrOff = pRing->WrOff + 1;
if (WrOff == pRing->SizeOfBuffer) {
WrOff = 0;
}
//
// Wait for free space if mode is set to blocking
//
if (pRing->Flags == SEGGER_RTT_MODE_BLOCK_IF_FIFO_FULL) {
while (WrOff == pRing->RdOff) {
;
}
}
//
// Output byte if free space is available
//
if (WrOff != pRing->RdOff) {
pDst = (pRing->pBuffer + pRing->WrOff) + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF;
*pDst = c;
RTT__DMB(); // Force data write to be complete before writing the <WrOff>, in case CPU is allowed to change the order of memory accesses
pRing->WrOff = WrOff;
Status = 1;
} else {
Status = 0;
}
//
// Finish up.
//
SEGGER_RTT_UNLOCK();
return Status;
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* SEGGER_RTT_GetKey
*
* Function description
* Reads one character from the SEGGER RTT buffer.
* Host has previously stored data there.
*
* Return value
* < 0 - No character available (buffer empty).
* >= 0 - Character which has been read. (Possible values: 0 - 255)
*
* Notes
* (1) This function is only specified for accesses to RTT buffer 0.
*/
int SEGGER_RTT_GetKey(void) {
char c;
int r;
r = (int)SEGGER_RTT_Read(0u, &c, 1u);
if (r == 1) {
r = (int)(unsigned char)c;
} else {
r = -1;
}
return r;
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* SEGGER_RTT_WaitKey
*
* Function description
* Waits until at least one character is avaible in the SEGGER RTT buffer.
* Once a character is available, it is read and this function returns.
*
* Return value
* >=0 - Character which has been read.
*
* Notes
* (1) This function is only specified for accesses to RTT buffer 0
* (2) This function is blocking if no character is present in RTT buffer
*/
int SEGGER_RTT_WaitKey(void) {
int r;
do {
r = SEGGER_RTT_GetKey();
} while (r < 0);
return r;
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* SEGGER_RTT_HasKey
*
* Function description
* Checks if at least one character for reading is available in the SEGGER RTT buffer.
*
* Return value
* == 0 - No characters are available to read.
* == 1 - At least one character is available.
*
* Notes
* (1) This function is only specified for accesses to RTT buffer 0
*/
int SEGGER_RTT_HasKey(void) {
SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_DOWN* pRing;
unsigned RdOff;
int r;
INIT();
pRing = (SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_DOWN*)((char*)&_SEGGER_RTT.aDown[0] + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF); // Access uncached to make sure we see changes made by the J-Link side and all of our changes go into HW directly
RdOff = pRing->RdOff;
if (RdOff != pRing->WrOff) {
r = 1;
} else {
r = 0;
}
return r;
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* SEGGER_RTT_HasData
*
* Function description
* Check if there is data from the host in the given buffer.
*
* Return value:
* ==0: No data
* !=0: Data in buffer
*
*/
unsigned SEGGER_RTT_HasData(unsigned BufferIndex) {
SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_DOWN* pRing;
unsigned v;
pRing = (SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_DOWN*)((char*)&_SEGGER_RTT.aDown[BufferIndex] + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF); // Access uncached to make sure we see changes made by the J-Link side and all of our changes go into HW directly
v = pRing->WrOff;
return v - pRing->RdOff;
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* SEGGER_RTT_HasDataUp
*
* Function description
* Check if there is data remaining to be sent in the given buffer.
*
* Return value:
* ==0: No data
* !=0: Data in buffer
*
*/
unsigned SEGGER_RTT_HasDataUp(unsigned BufferIndex) {
SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_UP* pRing;
unsigned v;
pRing = (SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_UP*)((char*)&_SEGGER_RTT.aUp[BufferIndex] + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF); // Access uncached to make sure we see changes made by the J-Link side and all of our changes go into HW directly
v = pRing->RdOff;
return pRing->WrOff - v;
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* SEGGER_RTT_AllocDownBuffer
*
* Function description
* Run-time configuration of the next down-buffer (H->T).
* The next buffer, which is not used yet is configured.
* This includes: Buffer address, size, name, flags, ...
*
* Parameters
* sName Pointer to a constant name string.
* pBuffer Pointer to a buffer to be used.
* BufferSize Size of the buffer.
* Flags Operating modes. Define behavior if buffer is full (not enough space for entire message).
*
* Return value
* >= 0 - O.K. Buffer Index
* < 0 - Error
*/
int SEGGER_RTT_AllocDownBuffer(const char* sName, void* pBuffer, unsigned BufferSize, unsigned Flags) {
int BufferIndex;
volatile SEGGER_RTT_CB* pRTTCB;
INIT();
SEGGER_RTT_LOCK();
pRTTCB = (volatile SEGGER_RTT_CB*)((unsigned char*)&_SEGGER_RTT + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF); // Access RTTCB uncached to make sure we see changes made by the J-Link side and all of our changes go into HW directly
BufferIndex = 0;
do {
if (pRTTCB->aDown[BufferIndex].pBuffer == NULL) {
break;
}
BufferIndex++;
} while (BufferIndex < pRTTCB->MaxNumDownBuffers);
if (BufferIndex < pRTTCB->MaxNumDownBuffers) {
pRTTCB->aDown[BufferIndex].sName = sName;
pRTTCB->aDown[BufferIndex].pBuffer = (char*)pBuffer;
pRTTCB->aDown[BufferIndex].SizeOfBuffer = BufferSize;
pRTTCB->aDown[BufferIndex].RdOff = 0u;
pRTTCB->aDown[BufferIndex].WrOff = 0u;
pRTTCB->aDown[BufferIndex].Flags = Flags;
RTT__DMB(); // Force data write to be complete before writing the <WrOff>, in case CPU is allowed to change the order of memory accesses
} else {
BufferIndex = -1;
}
SEGGER_RTT_UNLOCK();
return BufferIndex;
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* SEGGER_RTT_AllocUpBuffer
*
* Function description
* Run-time configuration of the next up-buffer (T->H).
* The next buffer, which is not used yet is configured.
* This includes: Buffer address, size, name, flags, ...
*
* Parameters
* sName Pointer to a constant name string.
* pBuffer Pointer to a buffer to be used.
* BufferSize Size of the buffer.
* Flags Operating modes. Define behavior if buffer is full (not enough space for entire message).
*
* Return value
* >= 0 - O.K. Buffer Index
* < 0 - Error
*/
int SEGGER_RTT_AllocUpBuffer(const char* sName, void* pBuffer, unsigned BufferSize, unsigned Flags) {
int BufferIndex;
volatile SEGGER_RTT_CB* pRTTCB;
INIT();
SEGGER_RTT_LOCK();
pRTTCB = (volatile SEGGER_RTT_CB*)((unsigned char*)&_SEGGER_RTT + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF); // Access RTTCB uncached to make sure we see changes made by the J-Link side and all of our changes go into HW directly
BufferIndex = 0;
do {
if (pRTTCB->aUp[BufferIndex].pBuffer == NULL) {
break;
}
BufferIndex++;
} while (BufferIndex < pRTTCB->MaxNumUpBuffers);
if (BufferIndex < pRTTCB->MaxNumUpBuffers) {
pRTTCB->aUp[BufferIndex].sName = sName;
pRTTCB->aUp[BufferIndex].pBuffer = (char*)pBuffer;
pRTTCB->aUp[BufferIndex].SizeOfBuffer = BufferSize;
pRTTCB->aUp[BufferIndex].RdOff = 0u;
pRTTCB->aUp[BufferIndex].WrOff = 0u;
pRTTCB->aUp[BufferIndex].Flags = Flags;
RTT__DMB(); // Force data write to be complete before writing the <WrOff>, in case CPU is allowed to change the order of memory accesses
} else {
BufferIndex = -1;
}
SEGGER_RTT_UNLOCK();
return BufferIndex;
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* SEGGER_RTT_ConfigUpBuffer
*
* Function description
* Run-time configuration of a specific up-buffer (T->H).
* Buffer to be configured is specified by index.
* This includes: Buffer address, size, name, flags, ...
*
* Parameters
* BufferIndex Index of the buffer to configure.
* sName Pointer to a constant name string.
* pBuffer Pointer to a buffer to be used.
* BufferSize Size of the buffer.
* Flags Operating modes. Define behavior if buffer is full (not enough space for entire message).
*
* Return value
* >= 0 - O.K.
* < 0 - Error
*
* Additional information
* Buffer 0 is configured on compile-time.
* May only be called once per buffer.
* Buffer name and flags can be reconfigured using the appropriate functions.
*/
int SEGGER_RTT_ConfigUpBuffer(unsigned BufferIndex, const char* sName, void* pBuffer, unsigned BufferSize, unsigned Flags) {
int r;
volatile SEGGER_RTT_CB* pRTTCB;
volatile SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_UP* pUp;
INIT();
pRTTCB = (volatile SEGGER_RTT_CB*)((unsigned char*)&_SEGGER_RTT + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF); // Access RTTCB uncached to make sure we see changes made by the J-Link side and all of our changes go into HW directly
if (BufferIndex < SEGGER_RTT_MAX_NUM_UP_BUFFERS) {
SEGGER_RTT_LOCK();
pUp = &pRTTCB->aUp[BufferIndex];
if (BufferIndex) {
pUp->sName = sName;
pUp->pBuffer = (char*)pBuffer;
pUp->SizeOfBuffer = BufferSize;
pUp->RdOff = 0u;
pUp->WrOff = 0u;
}
pUp->Flags = Flags;
SEGGER_RTT_UNLOCK();
r = 0;
} else {
r = -1;
}
return r;
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* SEGGER_RTT_ConfigDownBuffer
*
* Function description
* Run-time configuration of a specific down-buffer (H->T).
* Buffer to be configured is specified by index.
* This includes: Buffer address, size, name, flags, ...
*
* Parameters
* BufferIndex Index of the buffer to configure.
* sName Pointer to a constant name string.
* pBuffer Pointer to a buffer to be used.
* BufferSize Size of the buffer.
* Flags Operating modes. Define behavior if buffer is full (not enough space for entire message).
*
* Return value
* >= 0 O.K.
* < 0 Error
*
* Additional information
* Buffer 0 is configured on compile-time.
* May only be called once per buffer.
* Buffer name and flags can be reconfigured using the appropriate functions.
*/
int SEGGER_RTT_ConfigDownBuffer(unsigned BufferIndex, const char* sName, void* pBuffer, unsigned BufferSize, unsigned Flags) {
int r;
volatile SEGGER_RTT_CB* pRTTCB;
volatile SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_DOWN* pDown;
INIT();
pRTTCB = (volatile SEGGER_RTT_CB*)((unsigned char*)&_SEGGER_RTT + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF); // Access RTTCB uncached to make sure we see changes made by the J-Link side and all of our changes go into HW directly
if (BufferIndex < SEGGER_RTT_MAX_NUM_DOWN_BUFFERS) {
SEGGER_RTT_LOCK();
pDown = &pRTTCB->aDown[BufferIndex];
if (BufferIndex) {
pDown->sName = sName;
pDown->pBuffer = (char*)pBuffer;
pDown->SizeOfBuffer = BufferSize;
pDown->RdOff = 0u;
pDown->WrOff = 0u;
}
pDown->Flags = Flags;
RTT__DMB(); // Force data write to be complete before writing the <WrOff>, in case CPU is allowed to change the order of memory accesses
SEGGER_RTT_UNLOCK();
r = 0;
} else {
r = -1;
}
return r;
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* SEGGER_RTT_SetNameUpBuffer
*
* Function description
* Run-time configuration of a specific up-buffer name (T->H).
* Buffer to be configured is specified by index.
*
* Parameters
* BufferIndex Index of the buffer to renamed.
* sName Pointer to a constant name string.
*
* Return value
* >= 0 O.K.
* < 0 Error
*/
int SEGGER_RTT_SetNameUpBuffer(unsigned BufferIndex, const char* sName) {
int r;
volatile SEGGER_RTT_CB* pRTTCB;
volatile SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_UP* pUp;
INIT();
pRTTCB = (volatile SEGGER_RTT_CB*)((unsigned char*)&_SEGGER_RTT + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF); // Access RTTCB uncached to make sure we see changes made by the J-Link side and all of our changes go into HW directly
if (BufferIndex < SEGGER_RTT_MAX_NUM_UP_BUFFERS) {
SEGGER_RTT_LOCK();
pUp = &pRTTCB->aUp[BufferIndex];
pUp->sName = sName;
SEGGER_RTT_UNLOCK();
r = 0;
} else {
r = -1;
}
return r;
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* SEGGER_RTT_SetNameDownBuffer
*
* Function description
* Run-time configuration of a specific Down-buffer name (T->H).
* Buffer to be configured is specified by index.
*
* Parameters
* BufferIndex Index of the buffer to renamed.
* sName Pointer to a constant name string.
*
* Return value
* >= 0 O.K.
* < 0 Error
*/
int SEGGER_RTT_SetNameDownBuffer(unsigned BufferIndex, const char* sName) {
int r;
volatile SEGGER_RTT_CB* pRTTCB;
volatile SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_DOWN* pDown;
INIT();
pRTTCB = (volatile SEGGER_RTT_CB*)((unsigned char*)&_SEGGER_RTT + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF); // Access RTTCB uncached to make sure we see changes made by the J-Link side and all of our changes go into HW directly
if (BufferIndex < SEGGER_RTT_MAX_NUM_DOWN_BUFFERS) {
SEGGER_RTT_LOCK();
pDown = &pRTTCB->aDown[BufferIndex];
pDown->sName = sName;
SEGGER_RTT_UNLOCK();
r = 0;
} else {
r = -1;
}
return r;
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* SEGGER_RTT_SetFlagsUpBuffer
*
* Function description
* Run-time configuration of specific up-buffer flags (T->H).
* Buffer to be configured is specified by index.
*
* Parameters
* BufferIndex Index of the buffer.
* Flags Flags to set for the buffer.
*
* Return value
* >= 0 O.K.
* < 0 Error
*/
int SEGGER_RTT_SetFlagsUpBuffer(unsigned BufferIndex, unsigned Flags) {
int r;
volatile SEGGER_RTT_CB* pRTTCB;
volatile SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_UP* pUp;
INIT();
pRTTCB = (volatile SEGGER_RTT_CB*)((unsigned char*)&_SEGGER_RTT + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF); // Access RTTCB uncached to make sure we see changes made by the J-Link side and all of our changes go into HW directly
if (BufferIndex < SEGGER_RTT_MAX_NUM_UP_BUFFERS) {
SEGGER_RTT_LOCK();
pUp = &pRTTCB->aUp[BufferIndex];
pUp->Flags = Flags;
SEGGER_RTT_UNLOCK();
r = 0;
} else {
r = -1;
}
return r;
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* SEGGER_RTT_SetFlagsDownBuffer
*
* Function description
* Run-time configuration of specific Down-buffer flags (T->H).
* Buffer to be configured is specified by index.
*
* Parameters
* BufferIndex Index of the buffer to renamed.
* Flags Flags to set for the buffer.
*
* Return value
* >= 0 O.K.
* < 0 Error
*/
int SEGGER_RTT_SetFlagsDownBuffer(unsigned BufferIndex, unsigned Flags) {
int r;
volatile SEGGER_RTT_CB* pRTTCB;
volatile SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_DOWN* pDown;
INIT();
pRTTCB = (volatile SEGGER_RTT_CB*)((unsigned char*)&_SEGGER_RTT + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF); // Access RTTCB uncached to make sure we see changes made by the J-Link side and all of our changes go into HW directly
if (BufferIndex < SEGGER_RTT_MAX_NUM_DOWN_BUFFERS) {
SEGGER_RTT_LOCK();
pDown = &pRTTCB->aDown[BufferIndex];
pDown->Flags = Flags;
SEGGER_RTT_UNLOCK();
r = 0;
} else {
r = -1;
}
return r;
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* SEGGER_RTT_Init
*
* Function description
* Initializes the RTT Control Block.
* Should be used in RAM targets, at start of the application.
*
*/
void SEGGER_RTT_Init (void) {
_DoInit();
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* SEGGER_RTT_SetTerminal
*
* Function description
* Sets the terminal to be used for output on channel 0.
*
* Parameters
* TerminalId Index of the terminal.
*
* Return value
* >= 0 O.K.
* < 0 Error (e.g. if RTT is configured for non-blocking mode and there was no space in the buffer to set the new terminal Id)
*
* Notes
* (1) Buffer 0 is always reserved for terminal I/O, so we can use index 0 here, fixed
*/
int SEGGER_RTT_SetTerminal (unsigned char TerminalId) {
unsigned char ac[2];
SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_UP* pRing;
unsigned Avail;
int r;
INIT();
r = 0;
ac[0] = 0xFFu;
if (TerminalId < sizeof(_aTerminalId)) { // We only support a certain number of channels
ac[1] = _aTerminalId[TerminalId];
pRing = (SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_UP*)((char*)&_SEGGER_RTT.aUp[0] + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF); // Access uncached to make sure we see changes made by the J-Link side and all of our changes go into HW directly
SEGGER_RTT_LOCK(); // Lock to make sure that no other task is writing into buffer, while we are and number of free bytes in buffer does not change downwards after checking and before writing
if ((pRing->Flags & SEGGER_RTT_MODE_MASK) == SEGGER_RTT_MODE_BLOCK_IF_FIFO_FULL) {
_ActiveTerminal = TerminalId;
_WriteBlocking(pRing, (const char*)ac, 2u);
} else { // Skipping mode or trim mode? => We cannot trim this command so handling is the same for both modes
Avail = _GetAvailWriteSpace(pRing);
if (Avail >= 2) {
_ActiveTerminal = TerminalId; // Only change active terminal in case of success
_WriteNoCheck(pRing, (const char*)ac, 2u);
} else {
r = -1;
}
}
SEGGER_RTT_UNLOCK();
} else {
r = -1;
}
return r;
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* SEGGER_RTT_TerminalOut
*
* Function description
* Writes a string to the given terminal
* without changing the terminal for channel 0.
*
* Parameters
* TerminalId Index of the terminal.
* s String to be printed on the terminal.
*
* Return value
* >= 0 - Number of bytes written.
* < 0 - Error.
*
*/
int SEGGER_RTT_TerminalOut (unsigned char TerminalId, const char* s) {
int Status;
unsigned FragLen;
unsigned Avail;
SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_UP* pRing;
//
INIT();
//
// Validate terminal ID.
//
if (TerminalId < (char)sizeof(_aTerminalId)) { // We only support a certain number of channels
//
// Get "to-host" ring buffer.
//
pRing = (SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_UP*)((char*)&_SEGGER_RTT.aUp[0] + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF); // Access uncached to make sure we see changes made by the J-Link side and all of our changes go into HW directly
//
// Need to be able to change terminal, write data, change back.
// Compute the fixed and variable sizes.
//
FragLen = STRLEN(s);
//
// How we output depends upon the mode...
//
SEGGER_RTT_LOCK();
Avail = _GetAvailWriteSpace(pRing);
switch (pRing->Flags & SEGGER_RTT_MODE_MASK) {
case SEGGER_RTT_MODE_NO_BLOCK_SKIP:
//
// If we are in skip mode and there is no space for the whole
// of this output, don't bother switching terminals at all.
//
if (Avail < (FragLen + 4u)) {
Status = 0;
} else {
_PostTerminalSwitch(pRing, TerminalId);
Status = (int)_WriteBlocking(pRing, s, FragLen);
_PostTerminalSwitch(pRing, _ActiveTerminal);
}
break;
case SEGGER_RTT_MODE_NO_BLOCK_TRIM:
//
// If we are in trim mode and there is not enough space for everything,
// trim the output but always include the terminal switch. If no room
// for terminal switch, skip that totally.
//
if (Avail < 4u) {
Status = -1;
} else {
_PostTerminalSwitch(pRing, TerminalId);
Status = (int)_WriteBlocking(pRing, s, (FragLen < (Avail - 4u)) ? FragLen : (Avail - 4u));
_PostTerminalSwitch(pRing, _ActiveTerminal);
}
break;
case SEGGER_RTT_MODE_BLOCK_IF_FIFO_FULL:
//
// If we are in blocking mode, output everything.
//
_PostTerminalSwitch(pRing, TerminalId);
Status = (int)_WriteBlocking(pRing, s, FragLen);
_PostTerminalSwitch(pRing, _ActiveTerminal);
break;
default:
Status = -1;
break;
}
//
// Finish up.
//
SEGGER_RTT_UNLOCK();
} else {
Status = -1;
}
return Status;
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* SEGGER_RTT_GetAvailWriteSpace
*
* Function description
* Returns the number of bytes available in the ring buffer.
*
* Parameters
* BufferIndex Index of the up buffer.
*
* Return value
* Number of bytes that are free in the selected up buffer.
*/
unsigned SEGGER_RTT_GetAvailWriteSpace (unsigned BufferIndex) {
SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_UP* pRing;
pRing = (SEGGER_RTT_BUFFER_UP*)((char*)&_SEGGER_RTT.aUp[BufferIndex] + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF); // Access uncached to make sure we see changes made by the J-Link side and all of our changes go into HW directly
return _GetAvailWriteSpace(pRing);
}
/*********************************************************************
*
* SEGGER_RTT_GetBytesInBuffer()
*
* Function description
* Returns the number of bytes currently used in the up buffer.
*
* Parameters
* BufferIndex Index of the up buffer.
*
* Return value
* Number of bytes that are used in the buffer.
*/
unsigned SEGGER_RTT_GetBytesInBuffer(unsigned BufferIndex) {
unsigned RdOff;
unsigned WrOff;
unsigned r;
volatile SEGGER_RTT_CB* pRTTCB;
//
// Avoid warnings regarding volatile access order. It's not a problem
// in this case, but dampen compiler enthusiasm.
//
pRTTCB = (volatile SEGGER_RTT_CB*)((unsigned char*)&_SEGGER_RTT + SEGGER_RTT_UNCACHED_OFF); // Access RTTCB uncached to make sure we see changes made by the J-Link side and all of our changes go into HW directly
RdOff = pRTTCB->aUp[BufferIndex].RdOff;
WrOff = pRTTCB->aUp[BufferIndex].WrOff;
if (RdOff <= WrOff) {
r = WrOff - RdOff;
} else {
r = pRTTCB->aUp[BufferIndex].SizeOfBuffer - (WrOff - RdOff);
}
return r;
}
/*************************** End of file ****************************/