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// Copyright 2020 The Pigweed Authors
// Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not
// use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of
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#pragma once
#include "pw_cpu_exception/state.h"
#include "pw_preprocessor/compiler.h"
#include "pw_preprocessor/util.h"
// By default, the exception entry function will terminate by handing execution
// over to pw_cpu_exception_DefaultHandler(). This can be used to override the
// current handler. This allows runtime insertion of an exception handler which
// may also be helpful for loading a bootloader exception handler by default
// that an application overrides.
void pw_cpu_exception_SetHandler(void (*handler)(pw_cpu_exception_State*));
// Set the exception handler to point to pw_cpu_exception_DefaultHandler().
void pw_cpu_exception_RestoreDefaultHandler(void);
// Application-defined recoverable CPU exception handler.
// Applications must define this function; it is not defined by the exception
// entry backend. After CPU state is captured by the cpu exception entry
// backend, this function is called. Applications can then choose to either
// gracefully handle the exception and return, or decide the exception cannot be
// handled and abort normal execution (e.g. reset).
// Examples of what applications could do in the handler: gracefully recover
// (e.g. enabling a floating point unit after triggering an exception executing
// a floating point instruction), reset the device, or wait for a debugger to
// attach.
// See the cpu_exception module documentation for more details.
PW_USED void pw_cpu_exception_DefaultHandler(pw_cpu_exception_State* state);
// This is the underlying function the CPU exception entry backend should call.
// This calls the currently set handler.
void pw_cpu_exception_HandleException(void* cpu_state);