microbit: Initial merge of file fystem codebase

master
Joe Finney 6 years ago
parent 3cf56b8f44
commit b71d1e37a1
  1. 15
      inc/core/MicroBitConfig.h
  2. 481
      inc/drivers/MicroBitFileSystem.h
  3. 138
      inc/drivers/MicroBitFlash.h
  4. 2
      source/CMakeLists.txt
  5. 1404
      source/drivers/MicroBitFileSystem.cpp
  6. 277
      source/drivers/MicroBitFlash.cpp

@ -72,6 +72,11 @@ DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
#define MICROBIT_HEAP_END (CORTEX_M0_STACK_BASE - MICROBIT_STACK_SIZE)
#endif
// Defines the size of a physical FLASH page in RAM.
#ifndef PAGE_SIZE
#define PAGE_SIZE 1024
#endif
// Enables or disables the MicroBitHeapllocator. Note that if disabled, no reuse of the SRAM normally
// reserved for SoftDevice is possible, and out of memory condition will no longer be trapped...
// i.e. panic() will no longer be triggered on memory full conditions.
@ -318,6 +323,16 @@ DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
#define MICROBIT_DEFAULT_SERIAL_MODE SYNC_SLEEP
#endif
//
// File System configuration defaults
//
#ifndef MBFS_BLOCK_SIZE
#define MBFS_BLOCK_SIZE 256
#endif
#ifndef MBFS_CACHE_SIZE
#define MBFS_CACHE_SIZE 0
#endif
//
// I/O Options

@ -0,0 +1,481 @@
#ifndef MICROBIT_FILE_SYSTEM_H
#define MICROBIT_FILE_SYSTEM_H
#include "MicroBitConfig.h"
#include "MicroBitFlash.h"
// Configuration options.
#define MBFS_FILENAME_LENGTH 16
#define MBFS_MAGIC "MICROBIT_FS_1_0"
// open() flags.
#define MB_READ 0x01
#define MB_WRITE 0x02
#define MB_CREAT 0x04
#define MB_APPEND 0x08
// seek() flags.
#define MB_SEEK_SET 0x01
#define MB_SEEK_END 0x02
#define MB_SEEK_CUR 0x04
// Status flags
#define MBFS_STATUS_INITIALISED 0x01
// FileTable codes
#define MBFS_UNUSED 0xFFFF
#define MBFS_EOF 0xEFFF
#define MBFS_DELETED 0x0000
// DirectorEntry flags
#define MBFS_DIRECTORY_ENTRY_FREE 0x8000
#define MBFS_DIRECTORY_ENTRY_VALID 0x4000
#define MBFS_DIRECTORY_ENTRY_DIRECTORY 0x2000
#define MBFS_DIRECTORY_ENTRY_NEW 0xffff
#define MBFS_DIRECTORY_ENTRY_DELETED 0x0000
// Enumeration of BLOCK YPES
#define MBFS_BLOCK_TYPE_FILE 1
#define MBFS_BLOCK_TYPE_DIRECTORY 2
#define MBFS_BLOCK_TYPE_FILETABLE 3
//
// Every file in the file system has a file descriptor.
// These are held in directory entries.
//
struct DirectoryEntry
{
char file_name[MBFS_FILENAME_LENGTH]; // Name of the file
uint16_t first_block; // Logical block address of the start of the file.
uint16_t flags; // Status of the file.
uint32_t length; // Length of the file in bytes.
};
struct Directory
{
DirectoryEntry entry[0];
};
//
// A FileDescriptor holds contextual information needed for each open file.
//
struct FileDescriptor
{
// read/write/creat flags.
uint16_t flags;
// FileDescriptor id
uint16_t id;
// current file position, in bytes.
uint32_t seek;
// the current file size. n.b. this may be different to that stored in the DirectoryEntry.
uint32_t length;
// the directory entry of this file.
DirectoryEntry *dirent;
// the directory entry of our parent directory.
DirectoryEntry *directory;
// We maintain a chain of open file descriptors. Reference to the next FileDescriptor in the chain.
FileDescriptor *next;
// Optional writeback cache, to minimise FLASH write operations at the expense of RAM.
uint16_t cacheLength;
uint8_t cache[MBFS_CACHE_SIZE];
};
/**
* @brief Class definition for the MicroBit File system
*
* Microbit file system class. Presents a POSIX-like interface consisting of:
* - open()
* - close()
* - read()
* - write()
* - seek()
* - remove()
*
* Only a single instance shoud exist at any given time.
*/
class MicroBitFileSystem
{
private:
// Status flags
uint32_t status;
// The instance of MicroBitFlash - the interface used for all flash writes/erasures
MicroBitFlash flash;
// Total Number of logical pages available for file data (including the file table)
int fileSystemSize;
// Memory address of the start of the file system.
uint16_t* fileSystemTable = NULL;
// Size of the file table
uint16_t fileSystemTableSize;
// Cache of the last block allocated.
uint16_t lastBlockAllocated = 0;
// Reference to the root directory of the file system.
DirectoryEntry *rootDirectory = NULL;
// Chain of open files.
FileDescriptor *openFiles = NULL;
/**
* Initialize the flash storage system
*
* The file system is located dynamically, based on where the program code
* and code data finishes. This avoids having to allocate a fixed flash
* region for builds even without MicroBitFileSystem.
*
* This method checks if the file system already exists, and loads it it.
* If not, it will determines the optimal size of the file system, if necessary, and format the space
*
* @return MICROBIT_OK on success, or an error code.
*/
int init(uint32_t flashStart, int flashPages);
/**
* Attempts to detect and load an exisitng file file system.
*
* @return MICROBIT_OK on success, or MICROBIT_NO_DATA if the file system could not be found.
*/
int load();
/**
* Allocate a free logical block.
* This is chosen at random from the blocks available, to even out the wear on the physical device.
* @return NULL on error, page address on success
*/
uint16_t getFreeBlock();
/**
* Allocates a free physical block.
* This is chosen at random from the blocks available, to even out the wear on the physical device.
* @return NULL on error, page address on success
*/
uint32_t* getFreePage();
/**
* Retrieve the DirectoryEntry assoiated with the given file's DIRECTORY (not the file itself).
*
* @param filename A fully qualified filename, from the root.
*
* @return A pointer to the DirectoryEntry for the given file's directory, or NULL if no entry is found.
*/
DirectoryEntry* getDirectoryOf(char const * filename);
/**
* Retrieve the DirectoryEntry for the given filename.
*
* @param filename A fully or partially qualified filename.
* @param directory The directory to search. If ommitted, the root directory will be used.
*
* @return A pointer to the DirectoryEntry for the given file, or NULL if no entry is found.
*/
DirectoryEntry* getDirectoryEntry(char const * filename, const DirectoryEntry *directory = NULL);
/**
* Create a new DirectoryEntry with the given filename and flags.
*
* @param filename A fully or partially qualified filename.
* @param directory The directory in which to create the entry
* @param isDirectory true if the entry being created is itself a directory
*
* @return A pointer to the new DirectoryEntry for the given file, or NULL if it was not possible to allocated resources.
*/
DirectoryEntry* createFile(char const * filename, DirectoryEntry *directory, bool isDirectory);
/**
* Allocate a free DiretoryEntry in the given directory, extending and refreshing the directory block if necessary.
*
* @param directory The directory to add a DirectoryEntry to
* @return A pointer to the new DirectoryEntry for the given file, or NULL if it was not possible to allocated resources.
*/
DirectoryEntry* createDirectoryEntry(DirectoryEntry *directory);
/**
* Refresh the physical page associated with the given block.
* Any logical blocks marked for deletion on that page are recycled.
*
* @param block the block to recycle.
* @param isDirectory set to tru of the block contains a directory to enable deep DirectoryEntry recycling.
* @return MICROBIT_OK on success.
*/
int recycleBlock(uint16_t block, int type = MBFS_BLOCK_TYPE_FILE);
/**
* Refresh the physical pages associated with the file table.
* Any logical blocks marked for deletion on those pages are recycled back to UNUSED.
**
* @return MICROBIT_OK on success.
*/
int recycleFileTable();
/**
* Retrieve a memory pointer for the start of the physical memory page containing the given block.
*
* @param block A valid block in a file.
*
* @return A pointer to the physical page in FLASH memory holding the given block.
*/
uint32_t *getPage(uint16_t block);
/**
* Retrieve a memory pointer for the start of the given block.
*
* @param block A valid block in a file.
*
* @return A pointer to the FLASH memory associated with the given block.
*/
uint32_t *getBlock(uint16_t block);
/**
* Retrieve the next block in a chain.
*
* @param block A valid block in a file.
*
* @return The block number of the next block in the file.
*/
uint16_t getNextFileBlock(uint16_t block);
/**
* Determine the logical block that contains the given address.
*
* @param address A valid memory location within the file system space.
*
* @return The block number containing the given address.
*/
uint16_t getBlockNumber(void *address);
/**
* Determine the number of logical blocks required to hold the file table.
*
* @return The number of logical blocks required to hold the file table.
*/
uint16_t calculateFileTableSize();
/*
* Update a file table entry to a given value.
*
* @param block The block to update.
* @param value The value to store in the file table.
* @return MICROBIT_OK on success.
*/
int fileTableWrite(uint16_t block, uint16_t value);
/**
* Searches the list of open files for one with the given identifier.
*
* @param fd A previsouly opened file identifier, as returned by open().
* @param remove Remove the file descriptor from the list if true.
* @return A FileDescriptor matching the given ID, or NULL if the file is not open.
*/
FileDescriptor* getFileDescriptor(int fd, bool remove = false);
/**
* Initialises a new file system
*
* @return MICROBIT_OK on success, or an error code..
*/
int format();
/**
* Flush a given file's cache back to FLASH memory.
*
* @param file File descriptor to flush.
* @return The number of bytes written.
*
*/
int writeBack(FileDescriptor *file);
/**
* Write a given buffer to the file provided.
*
* @param file FileDescriptor of the file to write
* @param buffer The start of the buffer to write
* @param length The number of bytes to write
* @return The number of bytes written.
*/
int writeBuffer(FileDescriptor *file, uint8_t* buffer, int length);
public:
static MicroBitFileSystem *defaultFileSystem;
/**
* Constructor. Creates an instance of a MicroBitFileSystem.
*/
MicroBitFileSystem(uint32_t flashStart = 0, int flashPages = 0);
/**
* Open a new file, and obtain a new file handle (int) to
* read/write/seek the file. The flags are:
* - MB_READ : read from the file.
* - MB_WRITE : write to the file.
* - MB_CREAT : create a new file, if it doesn't already exist.
*
* If a file is opened that doesn't exist, and MB_CREAT isn't passed,
* an error is returned, otherwise the file is created.
*
* @todo The same file can only be opened by a single handle at once.
* @todo Add MB_APPEND flag.
*
* @param filename name of the file to open, must be null terminated.
* @param flags
* @return return the file handle,MICROBIT_NOT_SUPPORTED if the file system has
* not been initialised MICROBIT_INVALID_PARAMETER if the filename is
* too large, MICROBIT_NO_RESOURCES if the file system is full.
*
* @code
* MicroBitFileSystem f();
* int fd = f.open("test.txt", MB_WRITE|MB_CREAT);
* if(fd<0)
* print("file open error");
* @endcode
*/
int open(char const * filename, uint32_t flags);
/**
* Close the specified file handle.
* File handle resources are then made available for future open() calls.
*
* close() must be called at some point to ensure the filesize in the
* FT is synced with the cached value in the FD.
*
* @warning if close() is not called, the FT may not be correct,
* leading to data loss.
*
* @param fd file descriptor - obtained with open().
* @return non-zero on success, MICROBIT_NOT_SUPPORTED if the file system has not
* been initialised, MICROBIT_INVALID_PARAMETER if the given file handle
* is invalid.
*
* @code
* MicroBitFileSystem f();
* int fd = f.open("test.txt", MB_READ);
* if(!f.close(fd))
* print("error closing file.");
* @endcode
*/
int close(int fd);
/**
* Move the current position of a file handle, to be used for
* subsequent read/write calls.
*
* The offset modifier can be:
* - MB_SEEK_SET set the absolute seek position.
* - MB_SEEK_CUR set the seek position based on the current offset.
* - MB_SEEK_END set the seek position from the end of the file.
* E.g. to seek to 2nd-to-last byte, use offset=-1.
*
* @param fd file handle, obtained with open()
* @param offset new offset, can be positive/negative.
* @param flags
* @return new offset position on success, MICROBIT_NOT_SUPPORTED if the file system
* is not intiialised, MICROBIT_INVALID_PARAMETER if the flag given is invalid
* or the file handle is invalid.
*
* @code
* MicroBitFileSystem f;
* int fd = f.open("test.txt", MB_READ);
* f.seek(fd, -100, MB_SEEK_END); //100 bytes before end of file.
* @endcode
*/
int seek(int fd, int offset, uint8_t flags);
/**
* Write data to the file.
*
* Write from buffer, length bytes to the current seek position.
* On each invocation to write, the seek position of the file handle
* is incremented atomically, by the number of bytes returned.
*
* The cached filesize in the FD is updated on this call. Also, the
* FT file size is updated only if a new page(s) has been written too,
* to reduce the number of FT writes.
*
* @param fd File handle
* @param buffer the buffer from which to write data
* @param length number of bytes to write
* @return number of bytes written on success, MICROBIT_NO_RESOURCES if data did
* not get written to flash or the file system has not been initialised,
* or this file was not opened with the MB_WRITE flag set, MICROBIT_INVALID_PARAMETER
* if the given file handle is invalid.
*
* @code
* MicroBitFileSystem f();
* int fd = f.open("test.txt", MB_WRITE);
* if(f.write(fd, "hello!", 7) != 7)
* print("error writing");
* @endcode
*/
int write(int fd, uint8_t* buffer, int length);
/**
* Read data from the file.
*
* Read len bytes from the current seek position in the file, into the
* buffer. On each invocation to read, the seek position of the file
* handle is incremented atomically, by the number of bytes returned.
*
* @param fd File handle, obtained with open()
* @param buffer to store data
* @param len number of bytes to read
* @return number of bytes read on success, MICROBIT_NOT_SUPPORTED if the file
* system is not initialised, or this file was not opened with the
* MB_READ flag set, MICROBIT_INVALID_PARAMETER if the given file handle
* is invalid.
*
* @code
* MicroBitFileSystem f;
* int fd = f.open("read.txt", MB_READ);
* if(f.read(fd, buffer, 100) != 100)
* print("read error");
* @endcode
*/
int read(int fd, uint8_t* buffer, int len);
/**
* Remove a file from the system, and free allocated assets
* (including assigned blocks which are returned for use by other files).
*
* @todo the file must not already have an open file handle.
*
* @param filename name of the file to remove.
* @return MICROBIT_OK on success, MICROBIT_INVALID_PARAMETER if the given filename
* does not exist, MICROBIT_CANCELLED if something went wrong
*
* @code
* MicroBitFileSystem f;
* if(!f.remove("file.txt"))
* print("file could not be removed")
* @endcode
*/
int remove(char const * filename);
/**
* Creates a new directory with the given name and location
*
* @param name The fully qualified name of the new directory.
* @return MICROBIT_OK on success, MICROBIT_INVALID_PARAMETER if the path is invalid, or MICROBT_NO_RESOURCES if the FileSystem is full.
*/
int createDirectory(char const *name);
void debugFAT();
void debugRootDirectory();
int debugDirectory(char *name);
void debugDirectory(DirectoryEntry *directory);
};
#endif

@ -0,0 +1,138 @@
#ifndef MICROBIT_FLASH_H_
#define MICROBIT_FLASH_H_
#include <stdint.h>
#define DEFAULT_SCRATCH_ADDR 0x3B000
#define PAGE_SIZE 1024
typedef enum flash_mode_t
{
WR_WRITE,
WR_MEMSET
} flash_mode;
class MicroBitFlash
{
private:
/**
* Write to flash memory, assuming that a write is valid
* (using need_erase).
*
* @param page_address address of memory to write to.
* Must be word aligned.
* @param buffer address to write from, must be word-aligned.
* @param len number of uint32_t words to write.
*/
void flash_burn(uint32_t* page_address, uint32_t* buffer, int len);
/**
* Write to address in flash, implementing either flash_write (copy
* data from buffer), or flash_memset (set all bytes in flash to
* provided constant.
*
* Function ensures that data is written correctly:
* - erase page if necessary (using need_erase)
* - preserve non-target flash by copying to scratch page.
*
* flash_write_mem assumes that the provided scratch page is already clean,
* i.e. all bytes = 0xFF. The page is erased after use, all bytes reset to
* 0xFF.
*
* @param address in flash to write to
* @param from_buffer address to write data from
* @param write_byte if writing the same byte to add addressed bytes
* @param len number of bytes to write to/copy to
* @param m mode to use this function, memset/memcpy.
* @param scratch_addr scratch page address (must be page-aligned)
* @return non-zero on success, zero on error.
*/
int flash_write_mem(uint8_t* address, uint8_t* from_buffer,
uint8_t write_byte, int len, flash_mode m,
uint8_t* scratch_addr);
/**
* Check if an erase is required to write to a region in flash memory.
* This is determined if, for any byte:
* ~O & N != 0x00
* Where O=Original byte, N = New byte.
*
* @param source to write from
* @param flash_address to write to
* @param len number of uint8_t to check.
* @return non-zero if erase required, zero otherwise.
*/
int need_erase(uint8_t* source, uint8_t* flash_addr, int len);
public:
/**
* Default constructor.
*/
MicroBitFlash();
/**
* Writes the given number of bytes to the address in flash specified.
* Neither address nor buffer need be word-aligned.
* @param address location in flash to write to.
* @param buffer location in memory to write from.
* @length number of bytes to burn
* @param scratch_addr if specified, scratch page to use. Use default
* otherwise.
* @return non-zero on sucess, zero on error.
*
* Example:
* @code
* MicroBitFlash flash();
* uint32_t word = 0x01;
* flash.flash_write((uint8_t*)0x38000, &word, sizeof(word))
* @endcode
*/
int flash_write(uint8_t* address, uint8_t* buffer, int length,
uint8_t* scratch_addr);
/**
* Set bytes in [address, address+length] to byte.
* Neither address nor buffer need be word-aligned.
* @param address to write to
* @param byte byte to burn to flash
* @param length number of bytes to write to.
* @param scratch_addr if specified, scratch page to use. Use default
* otherwise.
* @return non-zero on success, zero on error.
*
* Example:
* @code
* MicroBitFlash flash();
* flash.flash_memset((uint8_t*)0x38000, 0x66, 12); //12 bytes to 0x66.
* @endcode
*/
int flash_memset(uint8_t* address, uint8_t byte, int length,
uint8_t* scratch_addr);
/**
* Erase bytes in memory, from set address.
* @param address to erase bytes from (needn't be word-aligned.
* @param length number of bytes to erase (set to 0xFF).
* @param scratch_addr if specified, scratch page to use. Use default
* otherwise.
* @return non-zero on success, zero on error.
*
* Example:
* @code
* MicroBitFlash flash();
* flash.flash_erase((uint8_t*)0x38000, 10240); //erase a flash page.
* @endcode
*/
int flash_erase_mem(uint8_t* address, int length,
uint8_t* scratch_addr);
/**
* Erase an entire page.
* @param page_address address of first word of page.
*/
void erase_page(uint32_t* page_address);
};
#endif

@ -41,6 +41,8 @@ set(YOTTA_AUTO_MICROBIT-DAL_CPP_FILES
"drivers/MicroBitStorage.cpp"
"drivers/MicroBitThermometer.cpp"
"drivers/TimedInterruptIn.cpp"
"drivers/MicroBitFlash.cpp"
"drivers/MicroBitFileSystem.cpp"
"bluetooth/MicroBitAccelerometerService.cpp"
"bluetooth/MicroBitBLEManager.cpp"

File diff suppressed because it is too large Load Diff

@ -0,0 +1,277 @@
#include "MicroBitFlash.h"
#include "mbed.h" // NVIC
#define MIN(a,b) ((a)<(b)?(a):(b))
#define WORD_ADDR(x) (((uint32_t)x) & 0xFFFFFFFC)
/**
* Default Constructor
*/
MicroBitFlash::MicroBitFlash()
{
}
/**
* Check if an erase is required to write to a region in flash memory.
* This is determined if, for any byte:
* ~O & N != 0x00
* Where O=Original byte, N = New byte.
*
* @param source to write from
* @param flash_address to write to
* @param len number of uint8_t to check.
* @return non-zero if erase required, zero otherwise.
*/
int MicroBitFlash::need_erase(uint8_t* source, uint8_t* flash_addr, int len)
{
// Erase is necessary if for any byte:
// O & ~N != 0
// Where O = original, and N = new byte.
for(;len>0;len--)
{
if((~*(flash_addr++) & *(source++)) != 0x00) return 1;
}
return 0;
}
/**
* Erase an entire page
* @param page_address address of first word of page
*/
void MicroBitFlash::erase_page(uint32_t* pg_addr)
{
// Turn on flash erase enable and wait until the NVMC is ready:
NRF_NVMC->CONFIG = (NVMC_CONFIG_WEN_Een);
while (NRF_NVMC->READY == NVMC_READY_READY_Busy) { }
// Erase page:
NRF_NVMC->ERASEPAGE = (uint32_t)pg_addr;
while (NRF_NVMC->READY == NVMC_READY_READY_Busy) { }
// Turn off flash erase enable and wait until the NVMC is ready:
NRF_NVMC->CONFIG = (NVMC_CONFIG_WEN_Ren << NVMC_CONFIG_WEN_Pos);
while (NRF_NVMC->READY == NVMC_READY_READY_Busy) { }
}
/**
* Write to flash memory, assuming that a write is valid
* (using need_erase).
*
* @param page_address address of memory to write to.
* Must be word aligned.
* @param buffer address to write from, must be word-aligned.
* @param len number of uint32_t words to write.
*/
void MicroBitFlash::flash_burn(uint32_t* addr, uint32_t* buffer, int size)
{
// Turn on flash write enable and wait until the NVMC is ready:
NRF_NVMC->CONFIG = (NVMC_CONFIG_WEN_Wen << NVMC_CONFIG_WEN_Pos);
while (NRF_NVMC->READY == NVMC_READY_READY_Busy) {};
for(int i=0;i<size;i++)
{
*(addr+i) = *(buffer+i);
while (NRF_NVMC->READY == NVMC_READY_READY_Busy) {};
}
// Turn off flash write enable and wait until the NVMC is ready:
NRF_NVMC->CONFIG = (NVMC_CONFIG_WEN_Ren << NVMC_CONFIG_WEN_Pos);
while (NRF_NVMC->READY == NVMC_READY_READY_Busy) {};
}
/**
* Write to address in flash, implementing either flash_write (copy
* data from buffer), or flash_memset (set all bytes in flash to
* provided constant.
*
* Function ensures that data is written correctly:
* - erase page if necessary (using need_erase)
* - preserve non-target flash by copying to scratch page.
*
* flash_write_mem assumes that the provided scratch page is already clean,
* i.e. all bytes = 0xFF. The page is erased after use, all bytes reset to
* 0xFF.
*
* @param address in flash to write to
* @param from_buffer address to write data from
* @param write_byte if writing the same byte to add addressed bytes
* @param len number of bytes to write to/copy to
* @param m mode to use this function, memset/memcpy.$a
* @param scratch_addr scratch page address (must be page-aligned)
* @return non-zero on success, zero on error.
*/
int MicroBitFlash::flash_write_mem(uint8_t* address, uint8_t* from_buffer,
uint8_t write_byte, int length, flash_mode m, uint8_t* scratch_addr)
{
// Check that scratch_addr is aligned on a page boundary.
if((uint32_t)scratch_addr & 0x3FF)
{
return 0;
}
// page number.
int page = (uint32_t)address / PAGE_SIZE;
//page address.
uint32_t* pgAddr = (uint32_t*)(page * PAGE_SIZE);
// offset to write from within page.
int offset = (uint32_t)address % PAGE_SIZE;
// uBit.serial.printf("flash_write to 0x%x, from 0x%x, length: 0x%x\n",
// address, from_buffer, length);
// uBit.serial.printf(" - offset = %d, pgAddr = 0x%x, page = %d\n",
// offset, pgAddr, page);
uint8_t* writeFrom = (uint8_t*)pgAddr;
int start = WORD_ADDR(offset);
int end = WORD_ADDR((offset+length+4));
int erase = need_erase(from_buffer, address, length);
// Preserve the data by writing to the scratch page.
if(erase)
{
this->flash_burn((uint32_t*)scratch_addr, pgAddr, PAGE_SIZE/4);
this->erase_page(pgAddr);
writeFrom = (uint8_t*)scratch_addr;
start = 0;
end = PAGE_SIZE;
}
uint32_t writeWord = 0;
for(int i=start;i<end;i++)
{
int byteOffset = i%4;
if(i >= offset && i < (offset + length))
{
if(m == WR_WRITE)
{
// Write from buffer.
writeWord |= (from_buffer[i-offset] << ((byteOffset)*8));
}
else if(m == WR_MEMSET)
{
// Write constant.
writeWord |= ((uint32_t)write_byte << (byteOffset*8));
}
}
else
{
writeWord |= (writeFrom[i] << ((byteOffset)*8));
}
if( ((i+1)%4) == 0)
{
this->flash_burn(pgAddr + (i/4), &writeWord, 1);
writeWord = 0;
}
}
// If the scratch page was used, reset it to 0xFF.
if(erase)
{
this->erase_page((uint32_t*)scratch_addr);
}
return 1;
}
/**
* Writes the given number of bytes to the address in flash specified.
* Neither address nor buffer need be word-aligned.
* @param address location in flash to write to.
* @param buffer location in memory to write from.
* @length number of bytes to burn
* @param scratch_addr if specified, scratch page to use. Use default
* otherwise.
* @return non-zero on sucess, zero on error.
*
* Example:
* @code
* MicroBitFlash flash();
* uint32_t word = 0x01;
* flash.flash_write((uint8_t*)0x38000, &word, sizeof(word))
* @endcode
*/
int MicroBitFlash::flash_write(uint8_t* address, uint8_t* from_buffer,
int length, uint8_t* scratch_addr)
{
if(scratch_addr == NULL)
{
return this->flash_write_mem(address, from_buffer, 0, length,
WR_WRITE,(uint8_t*)DEFAULT_SCRATCH_ADDR);
}
else
{
return this->flash_write_mem(address, from_buffer, 0, length,
WR_WRITE, scratch_addr);
}
}
/**
* Set bytes in [address, address+length] to byte.
* Neither address nor buffer need be word-aligned.
* @param address to write to
* @param byte byte to burn to flash
* @param length number of bytes to write to.
* @param scratch_addr if specified, scratch page to use. Use default
* otherwise.
* @return non-zero on success, zero on error.
*
* Example:
* @code
* MicroBitFlash flash();
* flash.flash_memset((uint8_t*)0x38000, 0x66, 12); //12 bytes to 0x66.
* @endcode
*/
int MicroBitFlash::flash_memset(uint8_t* address, uint8_t write_byte,
int length, uint8_t* scratch_addr)
{
if(scratch_addr == NULL)
{
return this->flash_write_mem(address, NULL, write_byte, length,
WR_MEMSET,(uint8_t*)DEFAULT_SCRATCH_ADDR);
}
else
{
return this->flash_write_mem(address, NULL, write_byte, length,
WR_MEMSET, scratch_addr);
}
}
/**
* Erase bytes in memory, from set address.
* @param address to erase bytes from (needn't be word-aligned.
* @param length number of bytes to erase (set to 0xFF).
* @param scratch_addr if specified, scratch page to use. Use default
* otherwise.
* @return non-zero on success, zero on error.
*
* Example:
* @code
* MicroBitFlash flash();
* flash.flash_erase((uint8_t*)0x38000, 10240); //erase a flash page.
* @endcode
*/
int MicroBitFlash::flash_erase_mem(uint8_t* address, int length,
uint8_t* scratch_addr)
{
if(scratch_addr == NULL)
{
return this->flash_write_mem(address, NULL, 0xFF, length,
WR_MEMSET,(uint8_t*)DEFAULT_SCRATCH_ADDR);
}
else
{
return this->flash_write_mem(address, NULL, 0xff, length,
WR_MEMSET, scratch_addr);
}
}
Loading…
Cancel
Save