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Add serial single pin traits and implement all af pins

features/pwm
David Sawatzke 4 years ago
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      src/serial.rs

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src/serial.rs

@ -61,49 +61,55 @@ pub enum Error {
_Extensible,
}
pub trait Pins<USART> {}
pub trait TxPin<USART> {}
pub trait RxPin<USART> {}
#[cfg(any(feature = "stm32f030", feature = "stm32f042"))]
impl Pins<stm32::USART1> for (gpioa::PA9<Alternate<AF1>>, gpioa::PA10<Alternate<AF1>>) {}
#[cfg(any(feature = "stm32f030", feature = "stm32f042"))]
impl Pins<stm32::USART1> for (gpiob::PB6<Alternate<AF0>>, gpiob::PB7<Alternate<AF0>>) {}
#[cfg(any(feature = "stm32f030", feature = "stm32f042"))]
impl Pins<stm32::USART1> for (gpioa::PA9<Alternate<AF1>>, gpiob::PB7<Alternate<AF0>>) {}
#[cfg(any(feature = "stm32f030", feature = "stm32f042"))]
impl Pins<stm32::USART1> for (gpiob::PB6<Alternate<AF0>>, gpioa::PA10<Alternate<AF1>>) {}
macro_rules! usart_pins {
($($USART:ident: ($tx:ty, $rx:ty),)+) => {
$(
impl TxPin<stm32::$USART> for $tx {}
impl RxPin<stm32::$USART> for $rx {}
)+
}
}
#[cfg(any(feature = "stm32f030", feature = "stm32f042"))]
usart_pins! {
USART1: (gpioa::PA9<Alternate<AF1>>, gpioa::PA10<Alternate<AF1>>),
USART1: (gpiob::PB6<Alternate<AF0>>, gpiob::PB6<Alternate<AF0>>),
}
#[cfg(feature = "stm32f030x6")]
impl Pins<stm32::USART1> for (gpioa::PA2<Alternate<AF1>>, gpioa::PA3<Alternate<AF1>>) {}
#[cfg(any(
feature = "stm32f042",
feature = "stm32f030x8",
feature = "stm32f030xc",
))]
impl Pins<stm32::USART2> for (gpioa::PA2<Alternate<AF1>>, gpioa::PA3<Alternate<AF1>>) {}
#[cfg(any(
feature = "stm32f042",
feature = "stm32f030x8",
feature = "stm32f030xc",
))]
impl Pins<stm32::USART2> for (gpioa::PA2<Alternate<AF1>>, gpioa::PA15<Alternate<AF1>>) {}
#[cfg(any(
feature = "stm32f042",
feature = "stm32f030x8",
feature = "stm32f030xc",
))]
impl Pins<stm32::USART2> for (gpioa::PA14<Alternate<AF1>>, gpioa::PA15<Alternate<AF1>>) {}
usart_pins! {
USART1: (gpioa::PA2<Alternate<AF1>>, gpioa::PA3<Alternate<AF1>>),
USART1: (gpioa::PA14<Alternate<AF1>>, gpioa::PA15<Alternate<AF1>>),
}
#[cfg(any(
feature = "stm32f042",
feature = "stm32f030x8",
feature = "stm32f030xc",
))]
impl Pins<stm32::USART2> for (gpioa::PA14<Alternate<AF1>>, gpioa::PA3<Alternate<AF1>>) {}
usart_pins! {
USART2: (gpioa::PA2<Alternate<AF1>>, gpioa::PA3<Alternate<AF1>>),
USART2: (gpioa::PA14<Alternate<AF1>>, gpioa::PA15<Alternate<AF1>>),
}
#[cfg(feature = "stm32f030xc")]
usart_pins! {
// TODO WTF look at this again, in the datasheet PB10 is both tx and rx
// USART3: (gpiob::PB10, AF4, gpiob::PA11, AF4),
USART3: (gpioc::PC4<Alternate<AF1>>, gpioc::PC5<Alternate<AF1>>),
USART3: (gpioc::PC10<Alternate<AF1>>, gpioc::PC11<Alternate<AF1>>),
USART4: (gpioa::PA0<Alternate<AF4>>, gpioa::PA1<Alternate<AF4>>),
USART4: (gpioc::PC10<Alternate<AF0>>, gpioc::PC11<Alternate<AF0>>),
USART5: (gpiob::PB3<Alternate<AF4>>, gpiob::PB4<Alternate<AF4>>),
USART5: (gpioc::PC12<Alternate<AF2>>, gpiod::PD2<Alternate<AF2>>),
USART6: (gpioa::PA4<Alternate<AF5>>, gpioa::PA5<Alternate<AF5>>),
USART6: (gpioc::PC0<Alternate<AF2>>, gpioc::PC1<Alternate<AF2>>),
}
/// Serial abstraction
pub struct Serial<USART, PINS> {
pub struct Serial<USART, TXPIN, RXPIN> {
usart: USART,
pins: PINS,
pins: (TXPIN, RXPIN),
}
/// Serial receiver
@ -122,11 +128,12 @@ macro_rules! usart {
($($USART:ident: ($usart:ident, $usartXen:ident, $apbenr:ident),)+) => {
$(
use crate::stm32::$USART;
impl<PINS> Serial<$USART, PINS> {
impl<TXPIN, RXPIN> Serial<$USART, TXPIN, RXPIN> {
/// Creates a new serial instance
pub fn $usart(usart: $USART, pins: PINS, baud_rate: Bps, clocks: Clocks) -> Self
pub fn $usart(usart: $USART, pins: (TXPIN, RXPIN), baud_rate: Bps, clocks: Clocks) -> Self
where
PINS: Pins<$USART>,
TXPIN: TxPin<$USART>,
RXPIN: RxPin<$USART>,
{
// NOTE(unsafe) This executes only during initialisation
let rcc = unsafe { &(*stm32::RCC::ptr()) };
@ -240,10 +247,11 @@ where
}
}
impl<USART, PINS> Serial<USART, PINS>
impl<USART, TXPIN, RXPIN> Serial<USART, TXPIN, RXPIN>
where
USART: Deref<Target = SerialRegisterBlock>,
PINS: Pins<USART>,
TXPIN: TxPin<USART>,
RXPIN: RxPin<USART>,
{
/// Splits the UART Peripheral in a Tx and an Rx part
/// This is required for sending/receiving
@ -257,7 +265,7 @@ where
},
)
}
pub fn release(self) -> (USART, PINS) {
pub fn release(self) -> (USART, (TXPIN, RXPIN)) {
(self.usart, self.pins)
}
}

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