The latter shall stop sending values even if the 20 seconds are not reached. The following file provides a heavily commented example of how to use a stream buffer to send data from an ISR to a task using software https: Fail Safe File System: Design everything as a time-triggered system. Should I simply do the UART transfers in tasks with low priority, assuming the OS will sort things out, or should I rather have tasks blocked while waiting for data, with semaphores, interrupts etc.? The MCU runs the user interface and state machine. This will be less than the requested number of bytes if a time out occurred.
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OK Richards, thanks for the intro.
Now I wish to port a few low data rate tasks from a different MCU into the project, and wonder what is the best approach. Depends on the protocol specification really. This driver is provided with an application note, and an example project fredrtos demonstrates the use of this function.
Posted by rtel on December 26, Posted by Borge Strand on January 29, Posted by loccd on December 27, There is an interrupt for every byte. While you could have a task spin wait for data, that is almost always the wrong way to do it.
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Which way is easier to handle and guarantees the best performance? I apolgize in advance for the n00b question You’re asking for implementation opinions. The latter shall stop sending values even if the 20 seconds are uar reached. Avoid asking multiple distinct questions at once.
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Thread aware file system. The low data rate tasks are typicically receiving a few characters over freertoz UART, interpreting them in a state machine, and then forward some of them to an SPI interface. My base code that I am trying to port from arduino land, uses a command parser that can accept messages of varying length, and I need to keep that functionality. The RTOS task that calls the transmit function exits the transmit function as soon as the transmission starts.
Posted by Borge Strand on January 28, But freertps would ruin the USB transfers. The data being transmitted by the PDC must not be modified until after the transmission has completed.
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The thing is commands are with different priorities and some commands need to be executed in time. Please edit the question to limit it to a specific problem with enough detail to identify an adequate answer. The archive is updated every week, so will not always contain the very latest posts. frsertos
You did not specify your timing tolerances eg. You don’t use RTOS just to make something “faster”, frerrtos to make management of many parallel and interdependent tasks easier.
Use these archive pages to search previous posts. Should I simply do the UART transfers in tasks with low priority, assuming the OS will sort things out, or should I rather have tasks blocked while waiting for data, with semaphores, interrupts etc.? This method uaft give you the lowest jitter possible.
If the protocol say you have to stop after some bit times after receiving the abort command, I’d rely on interrupts.
Thread aware file system. As a beginner, I wonder what is the best approach. Design everything as a time-triggered system. Based on the crude freeertos you have given, I would have a UART interrupt gathering characters and either place them directly into a queue or assemble them into a “message” that is somehow sent to the task. Initiate a completely asynchronous multi-byte write operation on a UART peripheral.