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/* Library includes. */
#include "GPIO.h"
/* Scheduler includes. */
#include "FreeRTOS.h"
/* Demo application includes. */
#include "partest.h"
* Simple parallel port IO routines for the LED's - which are
* connected to the second nibble of GPIO port 1.
#define partstLED_3 0x0080
#define partstLED_2 0x0040
#define partstLED_1 0x0020
#define partstLED_0 0x0010
#define partstON_BOARD 0x0100 /* The LED built onto the KickStart board. */
#define partstALL_LEDs ( partstLED_0 | partstLED_1 | partstLED_2 | partstLED_3 | partstON_BOARD )
#define partstFIRST_LED_BIT 4
/* This demo application uses files that are common to all port demo
applications. These files assume 6 LED's are available, whereas I have
only 5 (including the LED built onto the development board). To prevent
two tasks trying to use the same LED a bit of remapping is performed.
The ComTest tasks will try and use LED's 6 and 7. LED 6 is ignored and
has no effect, LED 7 is mapped to LED3. The LED usage is described in
the port documentation available from the WEB site. */
#define partstCOM_TEST_LED 7
#define partstRX_CHAR_LED 3
void vParTestInitialise( void )
/* Configure the bits used to flash LED's on port 1 as output. */
GPIO_Config(GPIO1, partstALL_LEDs, GPIO_OUT_OD);
void vParTestSetLED( unsigned portBASE_TYPE uxLED, signed portBASE_TYPE xValue )
if( uxLED == partstCOM_TEST_LED )
/* Remap as described above. */
uxLED = partstRX_CHAR_LED;
/* Adjust the LED value to map to the port pins actually being used,
then write the required value to the port. */
uxLED += partstFIRST_LED_BIT;
GPIO_BitWrite( GPIO1, uxLED, !xValue );
void vParTestToggleLED( unsigned portBASE_TYPE uxLED )
if( uxLED == partstCOM_TEST_LED )
/* Remap as described above. */
uxLED = partstRX_CHAR_LED;
/* Adjust the LED value to map to the port pins actually being used,
then write the opposite value to the current state to the port pin. */
uxLED += partstFIRST_LED_BIT;
GPIO_BitWrite(GPIO1, uxLED, ~GPIO_BitRead( GPIO1, uxLED ) );