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*/ 
 
 
/*  
	BASIC INTERRUPT DRIVEN SERIAL PORT DRIVER FOR UART0.  
 
	This file contains all the serial port components that must be compiled 
	to ARM mode.  The components that can be compiled to either ARM or THUMB 
	mode are contained in serial.c. 
 
*/ 
 
/* Standard includes. */ 
#include <stdlib.h> 
 
/* Scheduler includes. */ 
#include "FreeRTOS.h" 
#include "queue.h" 
#include "task.h" 
 
/* Demo application includes. */ 
#include "serial.h" 
 
/*-----------------------------------------------------------*/ 
 
/* Constant to access the VIC. */ 
#define serCLEAR_VIC_INTERRUPT			( ( unsigned portLONG ) 0 ) 
 
/* Constants to determine the ISR source. */ 
#define serSOURCE_THRE					( ( unsigned portCHAR ) 0x02 ) 
#define serSOURCE_RX_TIMEOUT			( ( unsigned portCHAR ) 0x0c ) 
#define serSOURCE_ERROR					( ( unsigned portCHAR ) 0x06 ) 
#define serSOURCE_RX					( ( unsigned portCHAR ) 0x04 ) 
#define serINTERRUPT_SOURCE_MASK		( ( unsigned portCHAR ) 0x0f ) 
 
/* Queues used to hold received characters, and characters waiting to be 
transmitted. */ 
static xQueueHandle xRxedChars;  
static xQueueHandle xCharsForTx;  
static volatile portLONG lTHREEmpty; 
 
/*-----------------------------------------------------------*/ 
 
/*  
 * The queues are created in serialISR.c as they are used from the ISR. 
 * Obtain references to the queues and THRE Empty flag.  
 */ 
void vSerialISRCreateQueues( unsigned portBASE_TYPE uxQueueLength, xQueueHandle *pxRxedChars, xQueueHandle *pxCharsForTx, portLONG volatile **pplTHREEmptyFlag ); 
 
/* UART0 interrupt service routine.  This can cause a context switch so MUST 
be declared "naked". */ 
void vUART_ISR( void ) __attribute__ ((naked)); 
 
/*-----------------------------------------------------------*/ 
void vSerialISRCreateQueues(	unsigned portBASE_TYPE uxQueueLength, xQueueHandle *pxRxedChars,  
								xQueueHandle *pxCharsForTx, portLONG volatile **pplTHREEmptyFlag ) 
{ 
	/* Create the queues used to hold Rx and Tx characters. */ 
	xRxedChars = xQueueCreate( uxQueueLength, ( unsigned portBASE_TYPE ) sizeof( signed portCHAR ) ); 
	xCharsForTx = xQueueCreate( uxQueueLength + 1, ( unsigned portBASE_TYPE ) sizeof( signed portCHAR ) ); 
 
	/* Pass back a reference to the queues so the serial API file can  
	post/receive characters. */ 
	*pxRxedChars = xRxedChars; 
	*pxCharsForTx = xCharsForTx; 
 
	/* Initialise the THRE empty flag - and pass back a reference. */ 
	lTHREEmpty = ( portLONG ) pdTRUE; 
	*pplTHREEmptyFlag = &lTHREEmpty; 
} 
/*-----------------------------------------------------------*/ 
 
void vUART_ISR( void ) 
{ 
	/* This ISR can cause a context switch, so the first statement must be a 
	call to the portENTER_SWITCHING_ISR() macro.  This must be BEFORE any 
	variable declarations. */ 
	portENTER_SWITCHING_ISR(); 
 
	/* Now we can declare the local variables. */ 
	signed portCHAR cChar; 
	portBASE_TYPE xTaskWokenByTx = pdFALSE, xTaskWokenByRx = pdFALSE; 
 
	/* What caused the interrupt? */ 
	switch( UART0_IIR & serINTERRUPT_SOURCE_MASK ) 
	{ 
		case serSOURCE_ERROR :	/* Not handling this, but clear the interrupt. */ 
								cChar = UART0_LSR; 
								break; 
 
		case serSOURCE_THRE	:	/* The THRE is empty.  If there is another 
								character in the Tx queue, send it now. */ 
								if( xQueueReceiveFromISR( xCharsForTx, &cChar, &xTaskWokenByTx ) == pdTRUE ) 
								{ 
									UART0_THR = cChar; 
								} 
								else 
								{ 
									/* There are no further characters  
									queued to send so we can indicate  
									that the THRE is available. */ 
									lTHREEmpty = pdTRUE; 
								} 
								break; 
 
		case serSOURCE_RX_TIMEOUT : 
		case serSOURCE_RX	:	/* A character was received.  Place it in  
								the queue of received characters. */ 
								cChar = UART0_RBR; 
								if( xQueueSendFromISR( xRxedChars, &cChar, ( portBASE_TYPE ) pdFALSE ) )  
								{ 
									xTaskWokenByRx = pdTRUE; 
								} 
								break; 
 
		default				:	/* There is nothing to do, leave the ISR. */ 
								break; 
	} 
 
	/* Clear the ISR in the VIC. */ 
	VICVectAddr = serCLEAR_VIC_INTERRUPT; 
 
	/* Exit the ISR.  If a task was woken by either a character being received 
	or transmitted then a context switch will occur. */ 
	portEXIT_SWITCHING_ISR( ( xTaskWokenByTx || xTaskWokenByRx ) ); 
} 
/*-----------------------------------------------------------*/