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README.md

Introduction

Seesaw is an open source microcontroller friend for other chips. It provides a variety of capabilities such as UART, ADC, DAC, extra GPIO, etc. to chips that don't have them.

Interfacing

Build

Requirements

  • make and a Unix environment
  • python in path
  • arm-none-eabi-gcc and arm-none-eabi-g++ in the path

Build commands

The default board is debug. You can build a different one using:

make BOARD=samd09breakout

add DEBUG=1 to the make command to enable UART debug logging. The default UART TX pin is PA04 and the default baud rate is 115200. Note that there may not be enough available flash to enable UART debug loggnig on smaller chips such as the SAMD09. Also note that the I2C Slave interface will not be able to accept commands as fast while UART debug logging is enabled and use of the flow control pin is required.

Generating a new configuration

A new configuration can be generated by running:

./generate.py

from the repository root directory and then answering the series of prompts that follows. Note that this script currently only supports SAMD09-based configurations.

Adding new modules

The following is a brief overview of files that need to be changed when a new module is added. Each module should be added in the form of a C++ class. .h files go in the inculde folder, and .cpp files go in the source folder. Any peripheral drivers should be added to the bsp folder.

add the new source files to the Makefile

follow the format in source/main.cpp to include the new class header file, conditionally statically instantiate the new module, and conditionally start the new module in the main function.

add an enum value for the new module as well as a unique priority in include/hsm_id.h

add the virtual module base as well as any new virtual registers to include/RegisterMap.h

add any unique events (and event class definitions if the events take parameters) for the new module to include/event.h NOTE: make sure to add the event name strings to the correct spot in source/event.cpp for UART logging.

add any configuration definitions for the new modules in include/SeesawConfig.h and add any used pins to the CONFIG_GPIO_MASK definition.

conditionally subscribe the System object to the new START, START_CFM, STOP, and STOP_CFM events in System::InitialPseudoState in souce/System.cpp and make sure the System object starts and stops the new module at the desired time.

lastly, route any desired read and write host commands to the new module in the switch statement in the DELEGATE_PROCESS_COMMAND event in source/Delegate.cpp

Future Work

Much of the boilerplate work listed above could be automated away using the preprocessor and other build tools so only the new module files would need to be edited.

Contributing

Contributions are welcome! Please read our Code of Conduct before contributing to help this project stay welcoming.

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