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/*------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/* Projet: Dev Tools */
/* File : serialTrace.h */
/* Author: user@W500 08/28/20 */
/*------------------------------------------------------------------*/
// RCS CI/CO : Cx v v, terminate log : CcCc, view log : Cx v l
// TODO: all this should be in a class or a singleton class
// TODO: strings should be in Flash 32kb code
// #include <avr/pgmspace.h>
#ifndef __SERIALTRACE_H__
#define __SERIALTRACE_H__
extern char *__brkval;
unsigned long freeMemory() {
char top;
return &top - (__brkval ? __brkval : __malloc_heap_start);
}
void retard(unsigned long ms, int mini) {
#ifndef TEST
delay(ms);
#else
delay(mini);
#endif
}
// functions used for I/O using serial monitor
#ifndef IHM // if IHM undefined then just empty functions.
// So users don't need to change code, just define/undefine IHM.
// A bit of a waste, but main purpose is testing.
bool ttyAskN ( String prompt ) {}
bool ttyAskY ( String prompt ) {}
char ttyGetChar ( String prompt ) {}
int ttyGetInt ( String prompt ) {}
void ttyPutInt ( String prompt, int num ) {}
void ttyPutMem ( ) {}
void ttyPutStr ( String txt ) {}
void ttyPutUin ( String prompt, unsigned int num ) {}
void ttyPutFloat ( String prompt, float num ) {}
void ttySetIHM ( long baud ) {}
void ttyWipe ( short lines ) {}
#else
void ttySetIHM(long baud) {
Serial.begin(baud); // WIP check if baud in correct values ?
for (int i=0;i<10;i++) Serial.print("\n\n\n") ;
}
void ttyPutStr(String txt) { Serial.println(txt);
}
void ttyPutMem() {
char buf[32];
unsigned long octets = freeMemory();
int k = octets / 1024 ; int o = octets % 1024;
sprintf(buf, "SRAM: %dKo%d free",k,o);
Serial.println (buf) ;
}
void ttyPutInt(String prompt, int num ) {
char buf[64];
sprintf(buf, "%s %d", prompt.c_str(), num ) ;
Serial.println (buf) ;
}
void ttyPutUin(String prompt, unsigned int num ) {
char buf[64];
sprintf(buf, "%s %d", prompt.c_str(), num ) ;
Serial.println(buf) ;
}
int ttyGetInt(String prompt) {
Serial.println(prompt);
while (Serial.available()==0) {} //Wait for user input
String val=Serial.readString();
return val.toInt();
}
void ttyPutFloat ( String prompt, float num ) {
Serial.print(prompt);
Serial.println (num) ;
}
void ttyPutFloatRound ( String prompt, float num ) {
char buf[64];
sprintf(buf, "%s %d", prompt.c_str(), int(num) ) ;
Serial.println (buf) ;
}
char ttyGetChar(String prompt) {
Serial.println(prompt);
while (Serial.available()==0) {} //Wait for user input
return Serial.read();
}
bool ttyAskY(String prompt){
byte R = 223 & (byte)ttyGetChar(prompt);
if ('Y' == R ) return true;
else return false ;
}
bool ttyAskN(String prompt){
byte R = 223 & (byte)ttyGetChar(prompt);
if ('N' == R ) return true;
return false ;
}
void ttyWipe (short lines) {
//const short ESC=27 ; KO in Arduino serial monitor, works with others tty
// Serial.write(ESC); Serial.print("[2J"); // cls
// Serial.write(ESC); Serial.print("[H"); // cursor to home
while (lines--) Serial.print("\n") ; // somehow overkill !
}
#endif // IHM
#endif // __SERIALTRACE_H__