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/*
* Copyright (C) 2010,2015 Freie Universität Berlin
* Copyright (C) 2010 Kaspar Schleiser
* Copyright (C) 2013 INRIA
*
* This file is subject to the terms and conditions of the GNU Lesser
* General Public License v2.1. See the file LICENSE in the top level
* directory for more details.
*/
/**
* @defgroup sys_autoinit Auto-init
* @ingroup sys
* @brief Auto initialize modules
* @note This feature can be used by any application by adding auto_init to
* USEMODULE in the application's Makefile. auto_init will initialize
* any other included module that does not require a parameter in
* its init function, i.e. if the prototype looks like this: void
* MODULE_init(void). Most timer modules or simple drivers can be
* initialized by auto_init. The modules will be initialized in
* the context of the main thread right before the main function
* gets called. Be aware that most modules expect to be
* initialized only once, so do not call a module's init function
* when using auto_init unless you know what you're doing.
*
* @{
*
* @file
*
* @author Kaspar Schleiser <kaspar@schleiser.de>
* @author Oliver Hahm <oliver.hahm@inria.fr>
* @author Hauke Petersen <hauke.petersen@fu-berlin.de>
*/
#ifndef AUTO_INIT_H
#define AUTO_INIT_H
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif
/**
* @brief Initializes all high level modules that do not require parameters for
* initialization or uses default values.
*
* This function gets called - if not explicitely disabled - by @ref
* kernel_init right before jumping into @e main.
*/
void auto_init(void);
#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif
/** @} */
#endif /* AUTO_INIT_H */