OpenCores
URL https://opencores.org/ocsvn/s6soc/s6soc/trunk

Subversion Repositories s6soc

[/] [s6soc/] [trunk/] [sw/] [zipos/] [doorbell.c] - Rev 39

Go to most recent revision | Compare with Previous | Blame | View Log

////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
//
// Filename: 	doorbell.c
//
// Project:	CMod S6 System on a Chip, ZipCPU demonstration project
//
// Purpose:	This is the user program, or perhaps more appropriately
//		user program(s), associated with running the ZipOS on the
//	CMod-S6.  To run within the ZipOS, a user program must implement
//	two functions: kntasks() and kinit(TASKP *).  The first one is simple.
//	it simply returns the number of tasks the kernel needs to allocate 
//	space for.  The second routine needs to allocate space for each task,
//	set up any file descriptors associated with (each) task, and identify
//	the entry point of each task.  These are the only two routines
//	associated with user tasks called from kernel space.  Examples of each
//	are found within here.
//
// Creator:	Dan Gisselquist, Ph.D.
//		Gisselquist Technology, LLC
//
////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
//
// Copyright (C) 2015-2016, Gisselquist Technology, LLC
//
// This program is free software (firmware): you can redistribute it and/or
// modify it under the terms of  the GNU General Public License as published
// by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at
// your option) any later version.
//
// This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT
// ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTIBILITY or
// FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU General Public License
// for more details.
//
// You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along
// with this program.  (It's in the $(ROOT)/doc directory, run make with no
// target there if the PDF file isn't present.)  If not, see
// <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/> for a copy.
//
// License:	GPL, v3, as defined and found on www.gnu.org,
//		http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html
//
//
////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
//
//
#include "zipsys.h"
#include "board.h"
#include "ksched.h"
#include "kfildes.h"
#include "taskp.h"
#include "syspipe.h"
#include "ktraps.h"
#include "errno.h"
#include "swint.h"
 
#include "../dev/display.h"
#include "../dev/rtcsim.h"
#include "../dev/keypad.h"
 
/* Our system will need some pipes to handle ... life.  How about these:
 *
 *	rxpipe	- read()s from this pipe read from the UART
 *			Interrupt fed
 *	txpipe	- write()s to this pipe write to the UART
 *			Interrupt consumed
 *	keypipe	- read()s from this pipe return values read by the keypad
 *	lcdpipe	- write()s to this pipe write to the LCD display SPI port
 *	pwmpipe	- write()s to this pipe will send values to the audio port
 *			Interrupt consumed
 *
 * These pipes are allocated within the kernel setup function, ksetup().
 */
 
/* We'll need some tasks as well:
 *	User command task
 *		Handles user interaction
 *			Reads from pipe--either the keypad or the UARTRX pipe
 *			(Might be two such tasks in the system, one for each.)
 *		Sets clock upon request
 *		Reads from a pipe (rxpipe or keypipe), Writes to the txpipe pipe
 *	Doorbell task
 *		Maintains system time on the clock	: TIME: HH:MM:SS
 *		Maintains system status on display	: Light is (dis/en)abled
 *		Transitions when the doorbell is rung to: (fixed time line)
 *							: DOORBELL!!
 *		When the doorbell is clear, returns to the original task.
 *		---
 *		Waits on events, writes to the lcdpipe and pwmpipe.
 *		Reads from a command pipe, so that it can handle any user menu's
 *			Command pipe.  This, though, is tricky.  It requires
 *			a task that can be interrupted by either an event or a
 *			pipe.  Blocking is going to be more tricky ...
 *	Keypad task
 *		Normally, you might think this should be an interrupt task.
 *		But, it needs state in order to have timeouts and to debounce
 *		the input pin.  So ... let's leave this as a task.
 *		---
 *		Waits on events(keypad/timer), writes to the keypipe
 *	Display task
 *		The display does *not* need to be written to at an interrupt
 *		level.  It really needs to be written to at a task level, so
 *		let's make a display task.
 *		---
 *		Reads from the lcdpipe
 *	Real-time Clock Task
 *		Gets called once per second to update the real-time clock
 *		and to post those updates as an event to other tasks that might
 *		be interested in it.
 *		---
 *		Waits on system tasks, uses two semaphores
 */
 
 
/*
 * Read the keypad, write the results to an output pipe
 */
// #define	KEYPAD_TASK	keypad_task_id
/*
 * Read from the keypad, and set up a series of menu screens on the Display,
 * so that we can:
 *
 *	1. Set time
 * 	2. Set dawn
 *	3. Set dusk
 */
#define	MENU_TASK	menu_task_id
/*
 * Maintain a realtime clock
 */
#define	RTCCLOCK_TASK	rtccclock_task_id
/*
 * Read from an incoming pipe, write results to the SPI port controlling the
 * display.
 */
#define	DISPLAY_TASK	display_task_id
 
/*
 * Wait for a button press, and then based upon the clock set a light
 */
#define	DOORBELL_TASK	doorbell_task_id
 
#define	LAST_TASK	last_task_id
 
typedef	enum	{
#ifdef	RTCCLOCK_TASK
	RTCCLOCK_TASK,
#endif
#ifdef	DOORBELL_TASK
#ifdef	DISPLAY_TASK
	DOORBELL_TASK, DISPLAY_TASK,
#endif
#endif
//#ifdef	KEYPAD_TASK
	//KEYPAD_TASK,
//#endif
#ifdef	MENU_TASK
	MENU_TASK,
#endif
#ifdef	COMMAND_TASK
	COMMAND_TASK,
#endif
	LAST_TASK
} TASKNAME;
 
 
void	rtctask(void),
	doorbell_task(void),
	display_task(void),
	keypad_task(void),
	menu_task(void);
	// idle_task ... is accomplished within the kernel
extern	void	restore_context(int *), save_context(int *);
extern	SYSPIPE	*rxpipe, *txpipe, *pwmpipe, *lcdpipe;
SYSPIPE *midpipe;
extern	KDEVICE *pipedev;
 
int	kntasks(void) {
	return LAST_TASK;
} void	kinit(TASKP *tasklist) {
#ifdef	RTCCLOCK_TASK
	//
	tasklist[RTCCLOCK_TASK]    = new_task(16, rtctask);
#endif
 
#ifdef	DOORBELL_TASK
#ifdef	DISPLAY_TASK
	// 13 + 10 +9(uwrite)+4(uarthex)+2(uartstr)+2(uartchr)
	tasklist[DOORBELL_TASK]    = new_task(96, doorbell_task);
//	tasklist[DOORBELL_TASK]->fd[FILENO_STDOUT]= kopen((int)lcdpipe,pipedev);
	tasklist[DOORBELL_TASK]->fd[FILENO_STDERR]= kopen((int)txpipe, pipedev);
	tasklist[DOORBELL_TASK]->fd[FILENO_AUX] = kopen((int)pwmpipe,  pipedev);
 
	//
	tasklist[DISPLAY_TASK] = new_task(32, display_task);
	tasklist[DISPLAY_TASK]->fd[FILENO_STDIN] = kopen((int)lcdpipe,pipedev);
#endif
#endif
 
 
#ifdef	KEYPAD_TASK
	// Stack = 7 + 9(uwrite) + 2*4
	tasklist[KEYPAD_TASK] = new_task(32, keypad_task);
	tasklist[KEYPAD_TASK]->fd[FILENO_STDOUT] = kopen((int)keypipe,pipedev);
#endif
#ifdef	MENU_TASK
	// Stack = 18 + 10(showbell/shownow) + 9(uwrite) + 2(menu_readkey)
	//		+ 18 (time_menu/dawn_menu/dusk_menu)
	tasklist[MENU_TASK] = new_task(72, menu_task);
	// tasklist[MENU_TASK]->fd[FILENO_STDIN] = kopen((int)keypipe,pipedev);
	tasklist[MENU_TASK]->fd[FILENO_STDOUT]= kopen((int)lcdpipe,pipedev);
	tasklist[MENU_TASK]->fd[FILENO_STDERR]= kopen((int)txpipe, pipedev);
#endif
}
 
// #define	HALF_HOUR_S	1800	// Seconds per half hour
// #define	HALF_HOUR_S	180	// Seconds per three minutes--for test
#define	HALF_HOUR_S	30	// 3 Mins is to long, here's 3 seconds
 
#ifdef	MENU_TASK
unsigned	dawn = 0x060000, dusk = 0x180000;
#else
const unsigned	dawn = 0x060000, dusk = 0x180000;
#endif
 
void	shownow(unsigned now) {	// Uses 10 stack slots + 8 for write()
	char	dmsg[9];
	dmsg[0] = PACK(0x1b,'[','j','T');
	dmsg[1] = PACK('i','m','e',':');
	dmsg[2] = PACK(' ',((now>>20)&0x3)+'0',
			((now>>16)&0xf)+'0',':');
	dmsg[3] = PACK( ((now>>12)&0xf)+'0',
			((now>> 8)&0xf)+'0',
			':',
			((now>> 4)&0xf)+'0');
	dmsg[4] = PACK( ((now    )&0xf)+'0',
			0x1b, '[', '1');
	dmsg[5] = PACK(';','0','H',' ');
	if ((now < dawn)||(now > dusk)) {
		dmsg[6] = PACK('N','i','g','h');
		dmsg[7] = PACK('t',' ','t','i');
		dmsg[8] = PACK('m','e',0,0);
	} else {
		dmsg[6] = PACK('D','a','y','l');
		dmsg[7] = PACK('i','g','h','t');
		dmsg[8] = PACK('!',' ',0,0);
	} write(FILENO_STDOUT, dmsg, 9);
}
 
void	showbell(unsigned now) {	// Uses 10 stack slots + 8 for write()
	char	dmsg[9];
	dmsg[0] = PACK(0x1b,'[','j','T');
	dmsg[1] = PACK('i','m','e',':');
	dmsg[2] = PACK(' ',((now>>20)&0x3)+'0',
			((now>>16)&0xf)+'0',':');
	dmsg[3] = PACK( ((now>>12)&0xf)+'0',
			((now>> 8)&0xf)+'0',
			':',
			((now>> 4)&0xf)+'0');
	dmsg[4] = PACK( ((now    )&0xf)+'0',
			0x1b, '[', '1');
	dmsg[5] = PACK(';','0','H',' ');
	dmsg[6] = PACK('D','o','o','r');
	dmsg[7] = PACK('b','e','l','l');
	dmsg[8] = PACK('!',' ',0,0);
	write(FILENO_STDOUT, dmsg, 9);
}
 
void	uartchr(char v) {
	if (write(FILENO_STDERR, &v, 1) != 1)
		write(FILENO_STDERR, "APPLE-PANIC", 11);
}
 
void	uartstr(const char *str) {
	int	cnt=0;
	while(str[cnt])
		cnt++;
	if (cnt != write(FILENO_STDERR, str, cnt))
		write(FILENO_STDERR, "PIPE-PANIC", 10);
}
 
void	uarthex(int num) {
	for(int ds=28; ds>=0; ds-=4) {
		int ch;
		ch = (num>>ds)&0x0f;
		if (ch >= 10)
			ch = 'A'+ch-10;
		else
			ch += '0';
		uartchr(ch);
	} uartstr("\r\n");
}
 
#ifdef DOORBELL_TASK
#include "../dev/samples.c"
 
void	belllight(unsigned now) {
	IOSPACE	*sys = (IOSPACE *)IOADDR;
	if ((now < dawn)||(now > dusk))
		sys->io_spio = 0x088; // Turn our light on
	else
		sys->io_spio = 0x80; // Turn light off
}
 
void	doorbell_task(void) {
	// Controls LED 0x08
 
	// Start by initializing the display to GT Gisselquist\nTechnology
	// write(KFD_STDOUT, disp_build_backslash,sizeof(disp_build_backslash));
	// write(KFD_STDOUT, disp_build_gtlogo, sizeof(disp_build_gtlogo));
	// write(KFD_STDOUT, disp_reset_data, sizeof(disp_reset_data));
	// write(KFD_STDOUT, disp_gtech_data, sizeof(disp_gtech_data));
	IOSPACE	*sys = (IOSPACE *)IOADDR;
 
	while(1) {
		int	event;
		// Initial state: doorbell is not ringing.  In this state, we
		// can wait forever for an event
		sys->io_spio = 0x080; // Turn our light off
		event = wait(INT_BUTTON|SWINT_PPS,-1);
 
#ifndef	MENU_TASK
		unsigned when = rtcclock;
		if (event & INT_BUTTON)
			showbell(when);
		else if (event & SWINT_PPS)
			shownow(when);
#else
		if (event & INT_BUTTON)
			post(SWINT_DOORBELL);
#endif
 
		while(event & INT_BUTTON) {
			// Next state, the button has been pressed, the
			// doorbell is ringing
 
			// Seconds records the number of seconds since the
			// button was last pressed.
			int	seconds = 0;
 
			// Check time: should we turn our light on or not?
			belllight((volatile unsigned)rtcclock);
			const int *sptr = sound_data;
			// uartchr('N');
			while(sptr < &sound_data[NSAMPLE_WORDS]) {
				int	len = &sound_data[NSAMPLE_WORDS]-sptr;
				if (len > 256)
					len = 256;
 
				// We will stall here, if the audio FIFO is full
				write(FILENO_AUX, sptr, len);
				sptr += len;
 
				// If the user presses the button more than
				// once, we start the sound over as well as
				// our light counter.
				event = wait(INT_BUTTON|SWINT_PPS, 0);
				if (event&INT_BUTTON) {
					if (sptr > &sound_data[1024]) {
						sptr = sound_data;
						seconds = 0;
#ifndef	MENU_TASK
						when = (volatile unsigned)rtcclock;
						showbell(when);
#else
						post(SWINT_DOORBELL);
#endif
					}
				} else if (event&SWINT_PPS) {
					seconds++;
					belllight((volatile unsigned)rtcclock);
#ifndef	MENU_TASK
					showbell(when);
#endif
				}
			}
 
			// Next state: the doorbell is no longer ringing, but
			// we have yet to return to normal--the light is still
			// on.
			while((seconds < HALF_HOUR_S)&&
				(((event=wait(INT_BUTTON|SWINT_PPS,-1))&INT_BUTTON)==0)) {
				seconds++;
				belllight((volatile unsigned)rtcclock);
#ifndef	MENU_TASK
				showbell(when);
#endif
			}
			if (event&INT_BUTTON) {
#ifndef	MENU_TASK
				when = (volatile unsigned)rtcclock;
				showbell(when);
#endif
			}
		}
	}
}
#endif
 
#ifdef	MENU_TASK
void	entered_menu_str(char *str, unsigned now,int pos) {
	//
	// Set current time
	//   xx:xx:xx
	//
	str[0] = PACK(0x1b, '[', '1',';');
	str[1] = PACK('0','H',' ',' ');
	str[2] = PACK(' ','x','x',':');
	str[3] = PACK('x','x',' ',' ');
	//str[3]=PACK('x','x',':','x');
	str[4] = PACK(' ','\0','\0','\0');
 
	if (pos>0) {
		int ch = ((now >> 20)&0x0f)+'0';
		str[2] &= ~0x0ff0000;
		str[2] |= (ch<<16);
 
		if (pos > 1) {
			int ch = ((now >> 16)&0x0f)+'0';
			str[2] &= ~0x0ff00;
			str[2] |= (ch<<8);
 
		if (pos > 2) {
			int ch = ((now >> 12)&0x0f)+'0';
			str[3] &= ~0xff000000;
			str[3] |= (ch<<24);
 
		if (pos > 3) {
			int ch = ((now >> 8)&0x0f)+'0';
			str[3] &= ~0x0ff0000;
			str[3] |= (ch<<16);
 
		if (pos > 4) {
			int ch = ((now >> 4)&0x0f)+'0';
			str[3] &= ~0x0ff00;
			str[3] |= ':'<<8;
			str[3] &= ~0x0ff;
			str[3] |= (ch);
 
			if (pos > 5)
				ch = (now&0x0f)+'0';
			else
				ch = 'x';
			str[4] &= ~0x0ff000000;
			str[4] |= (ch<<24);
	}}}}}
}
 
void	show_time_menu(unsigned when, int posn) {
	char	dmsg[10];
	dmsg[0] = PACK(0x1b,'[','j','S');
	dmsg[1] = PACK('e','t',' ','c');
	dmsg[2] = PACK('u','r','r','e');
	dmsg[3] = PACK('n','t',' ','t');
	dmsg[4] = PACK('i','m','e',':');
	entered_menu_str(&dmsg[5], when, posn);
	write(FILENO_STDOUT, dmsg, 9);
}
 
void	show_dawn_menu(unsigned when, int posn) {
	char	dmsg[10];
	dmsg[0] = PACK(0x1b,'[','j','S');
	dmsg[1] = PACK('e','t',' ','s');
	dmsg[2] = PACK('u','n','r','i');
	dmsg[3] = PACK('s','e',':','\0');
	entered_menu_str(&dmsg[4], when, posn);
	write(FILENO_STDOUT, dmsg, 8);
}
 
void	show_dusk_menu(unsigned when, int posn) {
	char	dmsg[10];
	dmsg[0] = PACK(0x1b,'[','j','S');
	dmsg[1] = PACK('e','t',' ','s');
	dmsg[2] = PACK('u','n','s','e');
	dmsg[3] = PACK('t',':','\0','\0');
	entered_menu_str(&dmsg[4], when, posn);
	write(FILENO_STDOUT, dmsg, 8);
}
 
int	menu_readkey(void) {
	int	key;
	wait(0,3);
	key = keypadread();
	keypad_wait_for_release();
	clear(INT_KEYPAD);
	return key;
}
 
void	time_menu(void) {
	int	timeout = 60;
	unsigned newclock = 0;
	for(int p=0; p<6; p++) {
		int	key, event;
		show_time_menu(newclock, p);
		do {
			event = wait(SWINT_PPS|INT_KEYPAD,-1);
			if (event&SWINT_PPS) {
				timeout--;
				if (timeout == 0)
					return;
			} if (event&INT_KEYPAD) {
				timeout = 60;
				key = menu_readkey();
				if ((key >= 0)&&(key < 10)) {
					int	sh;
					sh = (5-p)*4;
					newclock &= ~(0x0f<<sh);
					newclock |= (key<<sh);
				} else if (key == 12) {
					if (p>=0)
						p--;
				} else {
					if (p > 4)
						break;
					else
						return;
				}
			}
		} while(0==(event&INT_KEYPAD));
	}
 
	// Here's the trick here: without semaphores, we can't prevent a 
	// race condition on the clock.  It may be that the clock simulator
	// has read the clock value and is in the process of updating it, only
	// to have our task swapped in.  The risk here is that the RTC simulator
	// will write the updated value after we update our value here.  If it
	// does that, it will then set the SWINT_PPS interrupt.  So let's clear
	// this interrupt and then set our clock.  If the interrupt then
	// takes place in short order, we'll set the clock again.  That way,
	// if the RTC device was in the process of setting the clock, and then
	// sets it, we can adjust it again.
	//
	// Of course ... this won't work if it takes the clock longer than 
	// a millisecond to finish setting the clock ... but this is such a
	// rare race condition, and the consequences so minor, that this will
	// probably continue to work for now.
	clear(SWINT_PPS);
	rtcclock = newclock;
	if (wait(SWINT_PPS, 1))
		rtcclock = newclock;
}
 
void	dawn_menu(void) {
	int	timeout = 60;
	unsigned newdawn = 0;
	for(int p=0; p<6; p++) {
		int	key, event;
		show_dawn_menu(newdawn, p);
		do {
			event = wait(SWINT_PPS|INT_KEYPAD,-1);
			if (event&SWINT_PPS) {
				timeout--;
				if (timeout == 0)
					return;
			} if (event&INT_KEYPAD) {
				timeout = 60;
				key = menu_readkey();
				if ((key >= 0)&&(key < 10)) {
					int	sh = (5-p)*4;
					newdawn &= ~(0x0f<<sh);
					newdawn |= key<<sh;
				} else if (key == 12) {
					if (p>=0)
						p--;
				} else {
					if (p > 4)
						break;
					else
						return;
				}
			}
		} while(0 == (event&INT_KEYPAD));
	} dawn = newdawn;
}
 
void	dusk_menu(void) {
	int	timeout = 60;
	unsigned newdusk = 0;
	for(int p=0; p<6; p++) {
		int	key, event;
		show_dusk_menu(newdusk, p);
		do {
			event = wait(SWINT_PPS|INT_KEYPAD,-1);
			if (event&SWINT_PPS) {
				timeout--;
				if (timeout == 0)
					return;
			} if (event&INT_KEYPAD) {
				key = menu_readkey();
				if ((key >= 0)&&(key < 10)) {
					int	sh = (5-p)*4;
					newdusk &= ~(0x0f<<sh);
					newdusk |= key<<sh;
				} else if (key == 12) {
					if (p>=0)
						p--;
				} else {
					if (p > 4)
						break;
					else
						return;
				}
			}
		} while(0 == (event&INT_KEYPAD));
	} dusk = newdusk;
}
 
void	unknown_menu(void) {
	//	0123456789ABCDEF
	//	Unknown Cmd Key
	//	A/Tm B/Dwn C/Dsk
	char	dmsg[11];
	dmsg[0] = PACK(0x1b,'[','j','U');
	dmsg[1] = PACK('n','k','n','o');
	dmsg[2] = PACK('w','n',' ','C');
	dmsg[3] = PACK('m','d',' ','K');
	dmsg[4] = PACK('e','y','\0','\0');
	dmsg[5] = PACK(0x1b,'[','1',';');
	dmsg[6] = PACK('0','H','A','/');
	dmsg[7] = PACK('T','m',' ','B');
	dmsg[8] = PACK('/','D','w','n');
	dmsg[9] = PACK(' ','C','/','D');
	dmsg[10] = PACK('s','k',0,0);
	write(FILENO_STDOUT, dmsg, 11);
}
void	menu_task(void) {
	// Controls LED 0x08
 
	// Start by initializing the display to GT Gisselquist\nTechnology
	// write(KFD_STDOUT, disp_build_backslash,sizeof(disp_build_backslash));
	// write(KFD_STDOUT, disp_build_gtlogo, sizeof(disp_build_gtlogo));
	// write(KFD_STDOUT, disp_reset_data, sizeof(disp_reset_data));
	// write(KFD_STDOUT, disp_gtech_data, sizeof(disp_gtech_data));
	// IOSPACE	*sys = (IOSPACE *)IOADDR;
	unsigned belltime = 0, when;
 
 
	when = (volatile unsigned)rtcclock;
	while(1) {
		int	event;
		// Initial state: doorbell is not ringing.  In this state, we
		// can wait forever for an event
		event = wait(SWINT_DOORBELL|SWINT_PPS|INT_KEYPAD,-1);
		if (event & SWINT_DOORBELL) {
			showbell(when);
			belltime = time();
		} else if (event & SWINT_PPS) {
			unsigned	now = time();
			if ((now-belltime)<HALF_HOUR_S)
				showbell(when);
			else {
				when = (volatile unsigned)rtcclock;
				shownow(when);
			}
		}
 
		if (event & INT_KEYPAD) {
			int	key;
			key = menu_readkey();
			switch(key) {
				case 10: time_menu();
					when = (volatile unsigned)rtcclock;
					break;
				case 11: dawn_menu(); break;
				case 12: dusk_menu(); break;
				default:
					unknown_menu();
					wait(0,3000);
			} clear(INT_KEYPAD);
		}
	}
}
#endif
 
 

Go to most recent revision | Compare with Previous | Blame | View Log

powered by: WebSVN 2.1.0

© copyright 1999-2022 OpenCores.org, equivalent to Oliscience, all rights reserved. OpenCores®, registered trademark.