create sysmocom rfdsatt as copy of Olimex P103

We disable BOOT_FILE_SYS_ENABLE and remove fatfs, as well as use
the normal Debian arm-non-eabi-gcc in /usr/bin
master
Harald Welte 2 years ago
parent 2e14822b81
commit d53374daa0

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/*
*****************************************************************************
**
** File : stm32_flash.ld
**
** Abstract : Linker script for STM32F103RB Device with
** 128KByte FLASH, 20KByte RAM
**
** Set heap size, stack size and stack location according
** to application requirements.
**
** Set memory bank area and size if external memory is used.
**
** Target : STMicroelectronics STM32
**
** Environment : Atollic TrueSTUDIO(R)
**
** Distribution: The file is distributed as is, without any warranty
** of any kind.
**
** (c)Copyright Atollic AB.
** You may use this file as-is or modify it according to the needs of your
** project. This file may only be built (assembled or compiled and linked)
** using the Atollic TrueSTUDIO(R) product. The use of this file together
** with other tools than Atollic TrueSTUDIO(R) is not permitted.
**
*****************************************************************************
*/
/* Entry Point */
ENTRY(Reset_Handler)
/* Highest address of the user mode stack */
_estack = 0x20005000; /* end of RAM */
/* Generate a link error if heap and stack don't fit into RAM */
_Min_Heap_Size = 0x200; /* required amount of heap */
_Min_Stack_Size = 0x400; /* required amount of stack */
/* Specify the memory areas */
MEMORY
{
RAM (xrw) : ORIGIN = 0x20000000, LENGTH = 20K
FLASH (rx) : ORIGIN = 0x8000000, LENGTH = 24K
}
/* Define output sections */
SECTIONS
{
/* The startup code goes first into FLASH */
.isr_vector :
{
. = ALIGN(4);
KEEP(*(.isr_vector)) /* Startup code */
. = ALIGN(4);
} >FLASH
/* The program code and other data goes into FLASH */
.text :
{
. = ALIGN(4);
*(.text) /* .text sections (code) */
*(.text*) /* .text* sections (code) */
*(.glue_7) /* glue arm to thumb code */
*(.glue_7t) /* glue thumb to arm code */
*(.eh_frame)
KEEP (*(.init))
KEEP (*(.fini))
. = ALIGN(4);
_etext = .; /* define a global symbols at end of code */
} >FLASH
/* Constant data goes into FLASH */
.rodata :
{
. = ALIGN(4);
*(.rodata) /* .rodata sections (constants, strings, etc.) */
*(.rodata*) /* .rodata* sections (constants, strings, etc.) */
. = ALIGN(4);
} >FLASH
.ARM.extab : { *(.ARM.extab* .gnu.linkonce.armextab.*) } >FLASH
.ARM : {
__exidx_start = .;
*(.ARM.exidx*)
__exidx_end = .;
} >FLASH
.preinit_array :
{
PROVIDE_HIDDEN (__preinit_array_start = .);
KEEP (*(.preinit_array*))
PROVIDE_HIDDEN (__preinit_array_end = .);
} >FLASH
.init_array :
{
PROVIDE_HIDDEN (__init_array_start = .);
KEEP (*(SORT(.init_array.*)))
KEEP (*(.init_array*))
PROVIDE_HIDDEN (__init_array_end = .);
} >FLASH
.fini_array :
{
PROVIDE_HIDDEN (__fini_array_start = .);
KEEP (*(SORT(.fini_array.*)))
KEEP (*(.fini_array*))
PROVIDE_HIDDEN (__fini_array_end = .);
} >FLASH
/* used by the startup to initialize data */
_sidata = LOADADDR(.data);
/* Initialized data sections goes into RAM, load LMA copy after code */
.data :
{
. = ALIGN(4);
_sdata = .; /* create a global symbol at data start */
*(.data) /* .data sections */
*(.data*) /* .data* sections */
. = ALIGN(4);
_edata = .; /* define a global symbol at data end */
} >RAM AT> FLASH
/* Uninitialized data section */
. = ALIGN(4);
.bss :
{
/* This is used by the startup in order to initialize the .bss secion */
_sbss = .; /* define a global symbol at bss start */
__bss_start__ = _sbss;
*(.bss)
*(.bss*)
*(COMMON)
. = ALIGN(4);
_ebss = .; /* define a global symbol at bss end */
__bss_end__ = _ebss;
} >RAM
/* User_heap_stack section, used to check that there is enough RAM left */
._user_heap_stack :
{
. = ALIGN(4);
PROVIDE ( end = . );
PROVIDE ( _end = . );
. = . + _Min_Heap_Size;
. = . + _Min_Stack_Size;
. = ALIGN(4);
} >RAM
/* Remove information from the standard libraries */
/DISCARD/ :
{
libc.a ( * )
libm.a ( * )
libgcc.a ( * )
}
.ARM.attributes 0 : { *(.ARM.attributes) }
}

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/************************************************************************************//**
* \file Demo/ARMCM3_STM32F1_Olimex_STM32P103_GCC/Boot/blt_conf.h
* \brief Bootloader configuration header file.
* \ingroup Boot_ARMCM3_STM32F1_Olimex_STM32P103_GCC
* \internal
*----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
* C O P Y R I G H T
*----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
* Copyright (c) 2012 by Feaser http://www.feaser.com All rights reserved
*
*----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
* L I C E N S E
*----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
* This file is part of OpenBLT. OpenBLT is free software: you can redistribute it and/or
* modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free
* Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later
* version.
*
* OpenBLT is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY;
* without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
* PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
*
* You have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with OpenBLT. It
* should be located in ".\Doc\license.html". If not, contact Feaser to obtain a copy.
*
* \endinternal
****************************************************************************************/
#ifndef BLT_CONF_H
#define BLT_CONF_H
/****************************************************************************************
* C P U D R I V E R C O N F I G U R A T I O N
****************************************************************************************/
/* To properly initialize the baudrate clocks of the communication interface, typically
* the speed of the crystal oscillator and/or the speed at which the system runs is
* needed. Set these through configurables BOOT_CPU_XTAL_SPEED_KHZ and
* BOOT_CPU_SYSTEM_SPEED_KHZ, respectively. To enable data exchange with the host that is
* not dependent on the targets architecture, the byte ordering needs to be known.
* Setting BOOT_CPU_BYTE_ORDER_MOTOROLA to 1 selects big endian mode and 0 selects
* little endian mode.
*
* Set BOOT_CPU_USER_PROGRAM_START_HOOK to 1 if you would like a hook function to be
* called the moment the user program is about to be started. This could be used to
* de-initialize application specific parts, for example to stop blinking an LED, etc.
*/
/** \brief Frequency of the external crystal oscillator. */
#define BOOT_CPU_XTAL_SPEED_KHZ (8000)
/** \brief Desired system speed. */
#define BOOT_CPU_SYSTEM_SPEED_KHZ (72000)
/** \brief Motorola or Intel style byte ordering. */
#define BOOT_CPU_BYTE_ORDER_MOTOROLA (0)
/** \brief Enable/disable hook function call right before user program start. */
#define BOOT_CPU_USER_PROGRAM_START_HOOK (1)
/****************************************************************************************
* C O M M U N I C A T I O N I N T E R F A C E C O N F I G U R A T I O N
****************************************************************************************/
/* The CAN communication interface is selected by setting the BOOT_COM_CAN_ENABLE
* configurable to 1. Configurable BOOT_COM_CAN_BAUDRATE selects the communication speed
* in bits/second. Two CAN messages are reserved for communication with the host. The
* message identifier for sending data from the target to the host is configured with
* BOOT_COM_CAN_TXMSG_ID. The one for receiving data from the host is configured with
* BOOT_COM_CAN_RXMSG_ID. Note that an extended 29-bit CAN identifier is configured by
* OR-ing with mask 0x80000000. The maximum amount of data bytes in a message for data
* transmission and reception is set through BOOT_COM_CAN_TX_MAX_DATA and
* BOOT_COM_CAN_RX_MAX_DATA, respectively. It is common for a microcontroller to have more
* than 1 CAN controller on board. The zero-based BOOT_COM_CAN_CHANNEL_INDEX selects the
* CAN controller channel.
*
*/
/** \brief Enable/disable CAN transport layer. */
#define BOOT_COM_CAN_ENABLE (1)
/** \brief Configure the desired CAN baudrate. */
#define BOOT_COM_CAN_BAUDRATE (500000)
/** \brief Configure CAN message ID target->host. */
#define BOOT_COM_CAN_TX_MSG_ID (0x7E1 /*| 0x80000000*/)
/** \brief Configure number of bytes in the target->host CAN message. */
#define BOOT_COM_CAN_TX_MAX_DATA (8)
/** \brief Configure CAN message ID host->target. */
#define BOOT_COM_CAN_RX_MSG_ID (0x667 /*| 0x80000000*/)
/** \brief Configure number of bytes in the host->target CAN message. */
#define BOOT_COM_CAN_RX_MAX_DATA (8)
/** \brief Select the desired CAN peripheral as a zero based index. */
#define BOOT_COM_CAN_CHANNEL_INDEX (0)
/* The RS232 communication interface is selected by setting the BOOT_COM_RS232_ENABLE
* configurable to 1. Configurable BOOT_COM_RS232_BAUDRATE selects the communication speed
* in bits/second. The maximum amount of data bytes in a message for data transmission
* and reception is set through BOOT_COM_RS232_TX_MAX_DATA and BOOT_COM_RS232_RX_MAX_DATA,
* respectively. It is common for a microcontroller to have more than 1 UART interface
* on board. The zero-based BOOT_COM_RS232_CHANNEL_INDEX selects the UART interface.
*
*/
/** \brief Enable/disable UART transport layer. */
#define BOOT_COM_RS232_ENABLE (1)
/** \brief Configure the desired communication speed. */
#define BOOT_COM_RS232_BAUDRATE (57600)
/** \brief Configure number of bytes in the target->host data packet. */
#define BOOT_COM_RS232_TX_MAX_DATA (64)
/** \brief Configure number of bytes in the host->target data packet. */
#define BOOT_COM_RS232_RX_MAX_DATA (64)
/** \brief Select the desired UART peripheral as a zero based index. */
#define BOOT_COM_RS232_CHANNEL_INDEX (1)
/****************************************************************************************
* F I L E S Y S T E M I N T E R F A C E C O N F I G U R A T I O N
****************************************************************************************/
/* The file system interface is selected by setting the BOOT_FILE_SYS_ENABLE configurable
* to 1. This enables support for firmware updates from a file stored on a locally
* attached file system such as an SD-card. Note that this interface can be enabled
* together with one of the remote communication interfaces such as UART, CAN or USB.
*
* Set BOOT_FILE_LOGGING_ENABLE to 1 if you would like log messages to be created during
* a firmware update. The hook function FileFirmwareUpdateLogHook() will be called each
* time a new string formatted log entry is available. This could be used during testing
* by outputting the string on UART or to create a log file on the file system itself.
*
* Set BOOT_FILE_ERROR_HOOK_ENABLE to 1 if you would like to be informed in case an error
* occurs during the firmware update. This could for example be used to turn on an error
* LED to inform the user that something went wrong. Inspecting the log messages provides
* additional information on the error cause.
*
* Set BOOT_FILE_STARTED_HOOK_ENABLE to 1 if you would like to be informed when a new
* firmware update is started by the bootloader.
*
* Set BOOT_FILE_COMPLETED_HOOK_ENABLE to 1 if you would like to be informed when a
* firmware update is completed by the bootloader.
*/
/** \brief Enable/disable support for firmware updates from a locally attached storage.*/
#define BOOT_FILE_SYS_ENABLE (0)
/** \brief Enable/disable logging messages during firmware updates. */
#define BOOT_FILE_LOGGING_ENABLE (1)
/** \brief Enable/disable a hook function that is called upon detection of an error. */
#define BOOT_FILE_ERROR_HOOK_ENABLE (1)
/** \brief Enable/disable a hook function that is called at the start of the update. */
#define BOOT_FILE_STARTED_HOOK_ENABLE (1)
/** \brief Enable/disable a hook function that is called at the end of the update. */
#define BOOT_FILE_COMPLETED_HOOK_ENABLE (1)
/****************************************************************************************
* B A C K D O O R E N T R Y C O N F I G U R A T I O N
****************************************************************************************/
/* It is possible to implement an application specific method to force the bootloader to
* stay active after a reset. Such a backdoor entry into the bootloader is desired in
* situations where the user program does not run properly and therefore cannot
* reactivate the bootloader. By enabling these hook functions, the application can
* implement the backdoor, which overrides the default backdoor entry that is programmed
* into the bootloader. When desired for security purposes, these hook functions can
* also be implemented in a way that disables the backdoor entry altogether.
*/
/** \brief Enable/disable the backdoor override hook functions. */
#define BOOT_BACKDOOR_HOOKS_ENABLE (0)
/****************************************************************************************
* N O N - V O L A T I L E M E M O R Y D R I V E R C O N F I G U R A T I O N
****************************************************************************************/
/* The NVM driver typically supports erase and program operations of the internal memory
* present on the microcontroller. Through these hook functions the NVM driver can be
* extended to support additional memory types such as external flash memory and serial
* eeproms. The size of the internal memory in kilobytes is specified with configurable
* BOOT_NVM_SIZE_KB. If desired the internal checksum writing and verification method can
* be overridden with a application specific method by enabling configuration switch
* BOOT_NVM_CHECKSUM_HOOKS_ENABLE.
*/
/** \brief Enable/disable the NVM hook function for supporting additional memory devices. */
#define BOOT_NVM_HOOKS_ENABLE (0)
/** \brief Configure the size of the default memory device (typically flash EEPROM). */
#define BOOT_NVM_SIZE_KB (128)
/** \brief Enable/disable hooks functions to override the user program checksum handling. */
#define BOOT_NVM_CHECKSUM_HOOKS_ENABLE (0)
/****************************************************************************************
* F L A S H M E M O R Y D R I V E R C O N F I G U R A T I O N
****************************************************************************************/
/** \brief This microcontroller has a smaller vector table then the default STM32F1xx
* project as assumed in the bootloader's core. This means the user program has
* a different checksum location, because this one is added at the end of the
* user program's vector table.
*/
#define BOOT_FLASH_VECTOR_TABLE_CS_OFFSET (0x10c)
/****************************************************************************************
* W A T C H D O G D R I V E R C O N F I G U R A T I O N
****************************************************************************************/
/* The COP driver cannot be configured internally in the bootloader, because its use
* and configuration is application specific. The bootloader does need to service the
* watchdog in case it is used. When the application requires the use of a watchdog,
* set BOOT_COP_HOOKS_ENABLE to be able to initialize and service the watchdog through
* hook functions.
*/
/** \brief Enable/disable the hook functions for controlling the watchdog. */
#define BOOT_COP_HOOKS_ENABLE (1)
/****************************************************************************************
* S E E D / K E Y S E C U R I T Y C O N F I G U R A T I O N
****************************************************************************************/
/* A security mechanism can be enabled in the bootloader's XCP module by setting configu-
* rable BOOT_XCP_SEED_KEY_ENABLE to 1. Before any memory erase or programming
* operations can be performed, access to this resource need to be unlocked.
* In the Microboot settings on tab "XCP Protection" you need to specify a DLL that
* implements the unlocking algorithm. The demo programs are configured for the (simple)
* algorithm in "libseednkey.dll". The source code for this DLL is available so it can be
* customized to your needs.
* During the unlock sequence, Microboot requests a seed from the bootloader, which is in
* the format of a byte array. Using this seed the unlock algorithm in the DLL computes
* a key, which is also a byte array, and sends this back to the bootloader. The
* bootloader then verifies this key to determine if programming and erase operations are
* permitted.
* After enabling this feature the hook functions XcpGetSeedHook() and XcpVerifyKeyHook()
* are called by the bootloader to obtain the seed and to verify the key, respectively.
*/
#define BOOT_XCP_SEED_KEY_ENABLE (0)
#endif /* BLT_CONF_H */
/*********************************** end of blt_conf.h *********************************/

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/**
\defgroup Boot_sysmocom_rfdsatt_GCC Bootloader
\brief Bootloader.
\ingroup ARMCM3_STM32F1_sysmocom_rfdsatt_GCC
*/

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/** \brief Array wit the layout of the flash memory.
* \details Also controls what part of the flash memory is reserved for the bootloader.
* If the bootloader size changes, the reserved sectors for the bootloader
* might need adjustment to make sure the bootloader doesn't get overwritten.
* The current flash layout does not reflect the minimum sector size of the
* physical flash (1 - 2kb), because this would make the table quit long and
* a waste of ROM. The minimum sector size is only really needed when erasing
* the flash. This can still be done in combination with macro
* FLASH_ERASE_BLOCK_SIZE.
*/
static const tFlashSector flashLayout[] =
{
/* space is reserved for a bootloader configuration with all supported communication
* interfaces enabled. when for example only UART is needed, than the space required
* for the bootloader can be made a lot smaller here.
*/
/* { 0x08000000, 0x02000 }, flash sector 0 - reserved for bootloader */
{ 0x08002000, 0x02000 },
{ 0x08004000, 0x02000 },
{ 0x08006000, 0x02000 }, /* flash sector 3 - 8kb */
#if (BOOT_NVM_SIZE_KB > 32)
{ 0x08008000, 0x02000 }, /* flash sector 4 - 8kb */
{ 0x0800A000, 0x02000 }, /* flash sector 5 - 8kb */
{ 0x0800C000, 0x02000 }, /* flash sector 6 - 8kb */
{ 0x0800E000, 0x02000 }, /* flash sector 7 - 8kb */
#endif
#if (BOOT_NVM_SIZE_KB > 64)
{ 0x08010000, 0x02000 }, /* flash sector 8 - 8kb */
{ 0x08012000, 0x02000 }, /* flash sector 9 - 8kb */
{ 0x08014000, 0x02000 }, /* flash sector 10 - 8kb */
{ 0x08016000, 0x02000 }, /* flash sector 11 - 8kb */
{ 0x08018000, 0x02000 }, /* flash sector 12 - 8kb */
{ 0x0801A000, 0x02000 }, /* flash sector 13 - 8kb */
{ 0x0801C000, 0x02000 }, /* flash sector 14 - 8kb */
{ 0x0801E000, 0x02000 }, /* flash sector 15 - 8kb */
#endif
#if (BOOT_NVM_SIZE_KB > 128)
{ 0x08020000, 0x08000 }, /* flash sector 16 - 32kb */
{ 0x08028000, 0x08000 }, /* flash sector 17 - 32kb */
{ 0x08030000, 0x08000 }, /* flash sector 18 - 32kb */
{ 0x08038000, 0x08000 }, /* flash sector 19 - 32kb */
#endif
#if (BOOT_NVM_SIZE_KB > 256)
{ 0x08040000, 0x08000 }, /* flash sector 20 - 32kb */
{ 0x08048000, 0x08000 }, /* flash sector 21 - 32kb */
{ 0x08050000, 0x08000 }, /* flash sector 22 - 32kb */
{ 0x08058000, 0x08000 }, /* flash sector 23 - 32kb */
{ 0x08060000, 0x08000 }, /* flash sector 24 - 32kb */
{ 0x08068000, 0x08000 }, /* flash sector 25 - 32kb */
{ 0x08070000, 0x08000 }, /* flash sector 26 - 32kb */
{ 0x08078000, 0x08000 }, /* flash sector 27 - 32kb */
#endif
#if (BOOT_NVM_SIZE_KB > 512)
#error "BOOT_NVM_SIZE_KB > 512 is currently not supported."
#endif
};

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/************************************************************************************//**
* \file Demo/ARMCM3_STM32F1_Olimex_STM32P103_GCC/Boot/hooks.c
* \brief Bootloader callback source file.
* \ingroup Boot_ARMCM3_STM32F1_Olimex_STM32P103_GCC
* \internal
*----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
* C O P Y R I G H T
*----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
* Copyright (c) 2012 by Feaser http://www.feaser.com All rights reserved
*
*----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
* L I C E N S E
*----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
* This file is part of OpenBLT. OpenBLT is free software: you can redistribute it and/or
* modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free
* Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later
* version.
*
* OpenBLT is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY;
* without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
* PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
*
* You have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with OpenBLT. It
* should be located in ".\Doc\license.html". If not, contact Feaser to obtain a copy.
*
* \endinternal
****************************************************************************************/
/****************************************************************************************
* Include files
****************************************************************************************/
#include "boot.h" /* bootloader generic header */
#include "led.h" /* LED driver header */
#include "stm32f1xx.h" /* STM32 registers and drivers */
#include "stm32f1xx_ll_gpio.h" /* STM32 LL GPIO header */
#include "stm32f1xx_ll_usart.h" /* STM32 LL USART header */
/****************************************************************************************
* B A C K D O O R E N T R Y H O O K F U N C T I O N S
****************************************************************************************/
#if (BOOT_BACKDOOR_HOOKS_ENABLE > 0)
/************************************************************************************//**
** \brief Initializes the backdoor entry option.
** \return none.
**
****************************************************************************************/
void BackDoorInitHook(void)
{
} /*** end of BackDoorInitHook ***/
/************************************************************************************//**
** \brief Checks if a backdoor entry is requested.
** \return BLT_TRUE if the backdoor entry is requested, BLT_FALSE otherwise.
**
****************************************************************************************/
blt_bool BackDoorEntryHook(void)
{
/* default implementation always activates the bootloader after a reset */
return BLT_TRUE;
} /*** end of BackDoorEntryHook ***/
#endif /* BOOT_BACKDOOR_HOOKS_ENABLE > 0 */
/****************************************************************************************
* C P U D R I V E R H O O K F U N C T I O N S
****************************************************************************************/
#if (BOOT_CPU_USER_PROGRAM_START_HOOK > 0)
/************************************************************************************//**
** \brief Callback that gets called when the bootloader is about to exit and
** hand over control to the user program. This is the last moment that
** some final checking can be performed and if necessary prevent the
** bootloader from activiting the user program.
** \return BLT_TRUE if it is okay to start the user program, BLT_FALSE to keep
** keep the bootloader active.
**
****************************************************************************************/
blt_bool CpuUserProgramStartHook(void)
{
/* additional and optional backdoor entry through the pushbutton on the board. to
* force the bootloader to stay active after reset, keep it pressed during reset.
*/
if (LL_GPIO_IsInputPinSet(GPIOA, LL_GPIO_PIN_0) != 0)
{
/* pushbutton pressed, so do not start the user program and keep the
* bootloader active instead.
*/
return BLT_FALSE;
}
/* clean up the LED driver */
LedBlinkExit();
/* okay to start the user program */
return BLT_TRUE;
} /*** end of CpuUserProgramStartHook ***/
#endif /* BOOT_CPU_USER_PROGRAM_START_HOOK > 0 */
/****************************************************************************************
* W A T C H D O G D R I V E R H O O K F U N C T I O N S
****************************************************************************************/
#if (BOOT_COP_HOOKS_ENABLE > 0)
/************************************************************************************//**
** \brief Callback that gets called at the end of the internal COP driver
** initialization routine. It can be used to configure and enable the
** watchdog.
** \return none.
**
****************************************************************************************/
void CopInitHook(void)
{
/* this function is called upon initialization. might as well use it to initialize
* the LED driver. It is kind of a visual watchdog anyways.
*/
LedBlinkInit(100);
} /*** end of CopInitHook ***/
/************************************************************************************//**
** \brief Callback that gets called at the end of the internal COP driver
** service routine. This gets called upon initialization and during
** potential long lasting loops and routine. It can be used to service
** the watchdog to prevent a watchdog reset.
** \return none.
**
****************************************************************************************/
void CopServiceHook(void)
{
/* run the LED blink task. this is a better place to do it than in the main() program
* loop. certain operations such as flash erase can take a long time, which would cause
* a blink interval to be skipped. this function is also called during such operations,
* so no blink intervals will be skipped when calling the LED blink task here.
*/
LedBlinkTask();
} /*** end of CopServiceHook ***/
#endif /* BOOT_COP_HOOKS_ENABLE > 0 */
/****************************************************************************************
* N O N - V O L A T I L E M E M O R Y D R I V E R H O O K F U N C T I O N S
****************************************************************************************/
#if (BOOT_NVM_HOOKS_ENABLE > 0)
/************************************************************************************//**
** \brief Callback that gets called at the start of the internal NVM driver
** initialization routine.
** \return none.
**
****************************************************************************************/
void NvmInitHook(void)
{
} /*** end of NvmInitHook ***/
/************************************************************************************//**
** \brief Callback that gets called at the start of a firmware update to reinitialize
** the NVM driver.
** \return none.
**
****************************************************************************************/
void NvmReinitHook(void)
{
} /*** end of NvmReinitHook ***/
/************************************************************************************//**
** \brief Callback that gets called at the start of the NVM driver write
** routine. It allows additional memory to be operated on. If the address
** is not within the range of the additional memory, then
** BLT_NVM_NOT_IN_RANGE must be returned to indicate that the data hasn't
** been written yet.
** \param addr Start address.
** \param len Length in bytes.
** \param data Pointer to the data buffer.
** \return BLT_NVM_OKAY if successful, BLT_NVM_NOT_IN_RANGE if the address is
** not within the supported memory range, or BLT_NVM_ERROR is the write
** operation failed.
**
****************************************************************************************/
blt_int8u NvmWriteHook(blt_addr addr, blt_int32u len, blt_int8u *data)
{
return BLT_NVM_NOT_IN_RANGE;
} /*** end of NvmWriteHook ***/
/************************************************************************************//**
** \brief Callback that gets called at the start of the NVM driver erase
** routine. It allows additional memory to be operated on. If the address
** is not within the range of the additional memory, then
** BLT_NVM_NOT_IN_RANGE must be returned to indicate that the memory
** hasn't been erased yet.
** \param addr Start address.
** \param len Length in bytes.
** \return BLT_NVM_OKAY if successful, BLT_NVM_NOT_IN_RANGE if the address is
** not within the supported memory range, or BLT_NVM_ERROR is the erase
** operation failed.
**
****************************************************************************************/
blt_int8u NvmEraseHook(blt_addr addr, blt_int32u len)
{
return BLT_NVM_NOT_IN_RANGE;
} /*** end of NvmEraseHook ***/
/************************************************************************************//**
** \brief Callback that gets called at the end of the NVM programming session.
** \return BLT_TRUE is successful, BLT_FALSE otherwise.
**
****************************************************************************************/
blt_bool NvmDoneHook(void)
{
return BLT_TRUE;
} /*** end of NvmDoneHook ***/
#endif /* BOOT_NVM_HOOKS_ENABLE > 0 */
#if (BOOT_NVM_CHECKSUM_HOOKS_ENABLE > 0)
/************************************************************************************//**
** \brief Verifies the checksum, which indicates that a valid user program is
** present and can be started.
** \return BLT_TRUE if successful, BLT_FALSE otherwise.
**
****************************************************************************************/
blt_bool NvmVerifyChecksumHook(void)
{
return BLT_TRUE;
} /*** end of NvmVerifyChecksum ***/
/************************************************************************************//**
** \brief Writes a checksum of the user program to non-volatile memory. This is
** performed once the entire user program has been programmed. Through
** the checksum, the bootloader can check if a valid user programming is
** present and can be started.
** \return BLT_TRUE if successful, BLT_FALSE otherwise.
**
****************************************************************************************/
blt_bool NvmWriteChecksumHook(void)
{
return BLT_TRUE;
}
#endif /* BOOT_NVM_CHECKSUM_HOOKS_ENABLE > 0 */
/****************************************************************************************
* F I L E S Y S T E M I N T E R F A C E H O O K F U N C T I O N S
****************************************************************************************/
#if (BOOT_FILE_SYS_ENABLE > 0)
/****************************************************************************************
* Constant data declarations
****************************************************************************************/
/** \brief Firmware filename. */
static const blt_char firmwareFilename[] = "/demoprog_olimex_stm32p103.srec";
/****************************************************************************************
* Local data declarations
****************************************************************************************/
#if (BOOT_FILE_LOGGING_ENABLE > 0)
/** \brief Data structure for grouping log-file related information. */
static struct
{
FIL handle; /**< FatFS handle to the log-file. */
blt_bool canUse; /**< Flag to indicate if the log-file can be used. */
} logfile;
#endif
/************************************************************************************//**
** \brief Callback that gets called to check whether a firmware update from
** local file storage should be started. This could for example be when
** a switch is pressed, when a certain file is found on the local file
** storage, etc.
** \return BLT_TRUE if a firmware update is requested, BLT_FALSE otherwise.
**
****************************************************************************************/
blt_bool FileIsFirmwareUpdateRequestedHook(void)
{
FILINFO fileInfoObject = { 0 }; /* needs to be zeroed according to f_stat docs */;
/* Current example implementation looks for a predetermined firmware file on the
* SD-card. If the SD-card is accessible and the firmware file was found the firmware
* update is started. When successfully completed, the firmware file is deleted.
* During the firmware update, progress information is written to a file called
* bootlog.txt and additionally outputted on UART @57600 bps for debugging purposes.
*/
/* check if firmware file is present and SD-card is accessible */
if (f_stat(firmwareFilename, &fileInfoObject) == FR_OK)
{
/* check if the filesize is valid and that it is not a directory */
if ( (fileInfoObject.fsize > 0) && (!(fileInfoObject.fattrib & AM_DIR)) )
{
/* all conditions are met to start a firmware update from local file storage */
return BLT_TRUE;
}
}
/* still here so no firmware update request is pending */
return BLT_FALSE;
} /*** end of FileIsFirmwareUpdateRequestedHook ***/
/************************************************************************************//**
** \brief Callback to obtain the filename of the firmware file that should be
** used during the firmware update from the local file storage. This
** hook function is called at the beginning of the firmware update from
** local storage sequence.
** \return valid firmware filename with full path or BLT_NULL.
**
****************************************************************************************/
const blt_char *FileGetFirmwareFilenameHook(void)
{
return firmwareFilename;
} /*** end of FileGetFirmwareFilenameHook ***/
#if (BOOT_FILE_STARTED_HOOK_ENABLE > 0)
/************************************************************************************//**
** \brief Callback that gets called to inform the application that a firmware
** update from local storage just started.
** \return none.
**
****************************************************************************************/
void FileFirmwareUpdateStartedHook(void)
{
#if (BOOT_FILE_LOGGING_ENABLE > 0)
/* create/overwrite the logfile */
logfile.canUse = BLT_FALSE;
if (f_open(&logfile.handle, "/bootlog.txt", FA_CREATE_ALWAYS | FA_WRITE) == FR_OK)
{
logfile.canUse = BLT_TRUE;
}
#endif
} /*** end of FileFirmwareUpdateStartedHook ***/
#endif /* BOOT_FILE_STARTED_HOOK_ENABLE > 0 */
#if (BOOT_FILE_COMPLETED_HOOK_ENABLE > 0)
/************************************************************************************//**
** \brief Callback that gets called to inform the application that a firmware
** update was successfully completed.
** \return none.
**
****************************************************************************************/
void FileFirmwareUpdateCompletedHook(void)
{
#if (BOOT_FILE_LOGGING_ENABLE > 0)
blt_int32u timeoutTime;
/* close the log file */
if (logfile.canUse == BLT_TRUE)
{
f_close(&logfile.handle);
}
/* wait for all logging related transmission to complete with a maximum wait time of
* 100ms.
*/
timeoutTime = TimerGet() + 100;
while (LL_USART_IsActiveFlag_TC(USART2) == 0)
{
/* check for timeout */
if (TimerGet() > timeoutTime)
{
break;
}
}
#endif
/* now delete the firmware file from the disk since the update was successful */
f_unlink(firmwareFilename);
} /*** end of FileFirmwareUpdateCompletedHook ***/
#endif /* BOOT_FILE_COMPLETED_HOOK_ENABLE > 0 */
#if (BOOT_FILE_ERROR_HOOK_ENABLE > 0)
/************************************************************************************//**
** \brief Callback that gets called in case an error occurred during a firmware
** update. Refer to <file.h> for a list of available error codes.
** \return none.
**
****************************************************************************************/
void FileFirmwareUpdateErrorHook(blt_int8u error_code)
{
#if (BOOT_FILE_LOGGING_ENABLE > 0)
/* error detected which stops the firmware update, so close the log file */
if (logfile.canUse == BLT_TRUE)
{
f_close(&logfile.handle);
}
#endif
} /*** end of FileFirmwareUpdateErrorHook ***/
#endif /* BOOT_FILE_ERROR_HOOK_ENABLE > 0 */
#if (BOOT_FILE_LOGGING_ENABLE > 0)
/************************************************************************************//**
** \brief Callback that gets called each time new log information becomes
** available during a firmware update.
** \param info_string Pointer to a character array with the log entry info.
** \return none.
**
****************************************************************************************/
void FileFirmwareUpdateLogHook(blt_char *info_string)
{
blt_int32u timeoutTime;
/* write the string to the log file */
if (logfile.canUse == BLT_TRUE)
{
if (f_puts(info_string, &logfile.handle) < 0)
{
logfile.canUse = BLT_FALSE;
f_close(&logfile.handle);
}
}
/* echo all characters in the string on UART */
while(*info_string != '\0')
{
/* write byte to transmit holding register */
LL_USART_TransmitData8(USART2, *info_string);
/* set timeout time to wait for transmit completion. */
timeoutTime = TimerGet() + 10;
/* wait for tx holding register to be empty */
while (LL_USART_IsActiveFlag_TXE(USART2) == 0)
{
/* keep the watchdog happy */
CopService();
/* break loop upon timeout. this would indicate a hardware failure. */
if (TimerGet() > timeoutTime)
{
break;
}
}
/* point to the next character in the string */
info_string++;
}
} /*** end of FileFirmwareUpdateLogHook ***/
#endif /* BOOT_FILE_LOGGING_ENABLE > 0 */
#endif /* BOOT_FILE_SYS_ENABLE > 0 */
/****************************************************************************************
* S E E D / K E Y S E C U R I T Y H O O K F U N C T I O N S
****************************************************************************************/
#if (BOOT_XCP_SEED_KEY_ENABLE > 0)
/************************************************************************************//**
** \brief Provides a seed to the XCP master that will be used for the key
** generation when the master attempts to unlock the specified resource.
** Called by the GET_SEED command.
** \param resource Resource that the seed if requested for (XCP_RES_XXX).
** \param seed Pointer to byte buffer wher the seed will be stored.
** \return Length of the seed in bytes.
**
****************************************************************************************/
blt_int8u XcpGetSeedHook(blt_int8u resource, blt_int8u *seed)
{
/* request seed for unlocking ProGraMming resource */
if ((resource & XCP_RES_PGM) != 0)
{
seed[0] = 0x55;
}
/* return seed length */
return 1;
} /*** end of XcpGetSeedHook ***/
/************************************************************************************//**
** \brief Called by the UNLOCK command and checks if the key to unlock the
** specified resource was correct. If so, then the resource protection
** will be removed.
** \param resource resource to unlock (XCP_RES_XXX).
** \param key pointer to the byte buffer holding the key.
** \param len length of the key in bytes.
** \return 1 if the key was correct, 0 otherwise.
**
****************************************************************************************/
blt_int8u XcpVerifyKeyHook(blt_int8u resource, blt_int8u *key, blt_int8u len)
{
/* suppress compiler warning for unused parameter */
len = len;
/* the example key algorithm in "libseednkey.dll" works as follows:
* - PGM will be unlocked if key = seed - 1
*/
/* check key for unlocking ProGraMming resource */
if ((resource == XCP_RES_PGM) && (key[0] == (0x55-1)))
{
/* correct key received for unlocking PGM resource */
return 1;
}
/* still here so key incorrect */
return 0;
} /*** end of XcpVerifyKeyHook ***/
#endif /* BOOT_XCP_SEED_KEY_ENABLE > 0 */
/*********************************** end of hooks.c ************************************/

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/************************************************************************************//**
* \file Demo/ARMCM3_STM32F1_Olimex_STM32P103_GCC/Boot/led.c
* \brief LED driver source file.
* \ingroup Boot_ARMCM3_STM32F1_Olimex_STM32P103_GCC
* \internal
*----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
* C O P Y R I G H T
*----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
* Copyright (c) 2012 by Feaser http://www.feaser.com All rights reserved
*
*----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
* L I C E N S E
*----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
* This file is part of OpenBLT. OpenBLT is free software: you can redistribute it and/or
* modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free
* Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later
* version.
*
* OpenBLT is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY;
* without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
* PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
*
* You have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with OpenBLT. It
* should be located in ".\Doc\license.html". If not, contact Feaser to obtain a copy.
*
* \endinternal
****************************************************************************************/
/****************************************************************************************
* Include files
****************************************************************************************/
#include "boot.h" /* bootloader generic header */
#include "led.h" /* module header */
#include "stm32f1xx.h" /* STM32 registers and drivers */
#include "stm32f1xx_ll_gpio.h" /* STM32 LL GPIO header */
/****************************************************************************************
* Local data declarations
****************************************************************************************/
/** \brief Holds the desired LED blink interval time. */
static blt_int16u ledBlinkIntervalMs;
/************************************************************************************//**
** \brief Initializes the LED blink driver.
** \param interval_ms Specifies the desired LED blink interval time in milliseconds.
** \return none.
**
****************************************************************************************/
void LedBlinkInit(blt_int16u interval_ms)
{
/* store the interval time between LED toggles */
ledBlinkIntervalMs = interval_ms;
} /*** end of LedBlinkInit ***/
/************************************************************************************//**
** \brief Task function for blinking the LED as a fixed timer interval.
** \return none.
**
****************************************************************************************/
void LedBlinkTask(void)
{
static blt_bool ledOn = BLT_FALSE;
static blt_int32u nextBlinkEvent = 0;
/* check for blink event */
if (TimerGet() >= nextBlinkEvent)
{
/* toggle the LED state */
if (ledOn == BLT_FALSE)
{
ledOn = BLT_TRUE;
LL_GPIO_ResetOutputPin(GPIOC, LL_GPIO_PIN_12);
}
else
{
ledOn = BLT_FALSE;
LL_GPIO_SetOutputPin(GPIOC, LL_GPIO_PIN_12);
}
/* schedule the next blink event */
nextBlinkEvent = TimerGet() + ledBlinkIntervalMs;
}
} /*** end of LedBlinkTask ***/
/************************************************************************************//**
** \brief Cleans up the LED blink driver. This is intended to be used upon program
** exit.
** \return none.
**
****************************************************************************************/
void LedBlinkExit(void)
{
/* turn the LED off */
LL_GPIO_SetOutputPin(GPIOC, LL_GPIO_PIN_12);
} /*** end of LedBlinkExit ***/
/*********************************** end of led.c **************************************/

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/************************************************************************************//**
* \file Demo/ARMCM3_STM32F1_Olimex_STM32P103_GCC/Boot/led.h
* \brief LED driver header file.
* \ingroup Boot_ARMCM3_STM32F1_Olimex_STM32P103_GCC
* \internal
*----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
* C O P Y R I G H T
*----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
* Copyright (c) 2012 by Feaser http://www.feaser.com All rights reserved
*
*----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
* L I C E N S E
*----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
* This file is part of OpenBLT. OpenBLT is free software: you can redistribute it and/or
* modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free
* Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later
* version.
*
* OpenBLT is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY;
* without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
* PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
*
* You have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with OpenBLT. It
* should be located in ".\Doc\license.html". If not, contact Feaser to obtain a copy.
*
* \endinternal
****************************************************************************************/
#ifndef LED_H
#define LED_H
/****************************************************************************************
* Function prototypes
****************************************************************************************/
void LedBlinkInit(blt_int16u interval_ms);
void LedBlinkTask(void);
void LedBlinkExit(void);
#endif /* LED_H */
/*********************************** end of led.h **************************************/

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/**
******************************************************************************
* @file stm32f1xx.h
* @author MCD Application Team
* @brief CMSIS STM32F1xx Device Peripheral Access Layer Header File.
*
* The file is the unique include file that the application programmer
* is using in the C source code, usually in main.c. This file contains:
* - Configuration section that allows to select:
* - The STM32F1xx device used in the target application
* - To use or not the peripherals drivers in application code(i.e.
* code will be based on direct access to peripherals registers
* rather than drivers API), this option is controlled by
* "#define USE_HAL_DRIVER"
*
******************************************************************************
* @attention
*
* <h2><center>&copy; Copyright (c) 2017 STMicroelectronics.
* All rights reserved.</center></h2>
*
* This software component is licensed by ST under BSD 3-Clause license,
* the "License"; You may not use this file except in compliance with the
* License. You may obtain a copy of the License at:
* opensource.org/licenses/BSD-3-Clause
*
******************************************************************************
*/
/** @addtogroup CMSIS
* @{
*/
/** @addtogroup stm32f1xx
* @{
*/
#ifndef __STM32F1XX_H
#define __STM32F1XX_H
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif /* __cplusplus */
/** @addtogroup Library_configuration_section
* @{
*/
/**
* @brief STM32 Family
*/
#if !defined (STM32F1)
#define STM32F1
#endif /* STM32F1 */
/* Uncomment the line below according to the target STM32L device used in your
application
*/
#if !defined (STM32F100xB) && !defined (STM32F100xE) && !defined (STM32F101x6) && \
!defined (STM32F101xB) && !defined (STM32F101xE) && !defined (STM32F101xG) && !defined (STM32F102x6) && !defined (STM32F102xB) && !defined (STM32F103x6) && \
!defined (STM32F103xB) && !defined (STM32F103xE) && !defined (STM32F103xG) && !defined (STM32F105xC) && !defined (STM32F107xC)
/* #define STM32F100xB */ /*!< STM32F100C4, STM32F100R4, STM32F100C6, STM32F100R6, STM32F100C8, STM32F100R8, STM32F100V8, STM32F100CB, STM32F100RB and STM32F100VB */
/* #define STM32F100xE */ /*!< STM32F100RC, STM32F100VC, STM32F100ZC, STM32F100RD, STM32F100VD, STM32F100ZD, STM32F100RE, STM32F100VE and STM32F100ZE */
/* #define STM32F101x6 */ /*!< STM32F101C4, STM32F101R4, STM32F101T4, STM32F101C6, STM32F101R6 and STM32F101T6 Devices */
/* #define STM32F101xB */ /*!< STM32F101C8, STM32F101R8, STM32F101T8, STM32F101V8, STM32F101CB, STM32F101RB, STM32F101TB and STM32F101VB */
/* #define STM32F101xE */ /*!< STM32F101RC, STM32F101VC, STM32F101ZC, STM32F101RD, STM32F101VD, STM32F101ZD, STM32F101RE, STM32F101VE and STM32F101ZE */
/* #define STM32F101xG */ /*!< STM32F101RF, STM32F101VF, STM32F101ZF, STM32F101RG, STM32F101VG and STM32F101ZG */
/* #define STM32F102x6 */ /*!< STM32F102C4, STM32F102R4, STM32F102C6 and STM32F102R6 */
/* #define STM32F102xB */ /*!< STM32F102C8, STM32F102R8, STM32F102CB and STM32F102RB */
/* #define STM32F103x6 */ /*!< STM32F103C4, STM32F103R4, STM32F103T4, STM32F103C6, STM32F103R6 and STM32F103T6 */
/* #define STM32F103xB */ /*!< STM32F103C8, STM32F103R8, STM32F103T8, STM32F103V8, STM32F103CB, STM32F103RB, STM32F103TB and STM32F103VB */
/* #define STM32F103xE */ /*!< STM32F103RC, STM32F103VC, STM32F103ZC, STM32F103RD, STM32F103VD, STM32F103ZD, STM32F103RE, STM32F103VE and STM32F103ZE */
/* #define STM32F103xG */ /*!< STM32F103RF, STM32F103VF, STM32F103ZF, STM32F103RG, STM32F103VG and STM32F103ZG */
/* #define STM32F105xC */ /*!< STM32F105R8, STM32F105V8, STM32F105RB, STM32F105VB, STM32F105RC and STM32F105VC */
/* #define STM32F107xC */ /*!< STM32F107RB, STM32F107VB, STM32F107RC and STM32F107VC */
#endif
/* Tip: To avoid modifying this file each time you need to switch between these
devices, you can define the device in your toolchain compiler preprocessor.
*/
#if !defined (USE_HAL_DRIVER)
/**
* @brief Comment the line below if you will not use the peripherals drivers.
In this case, these drivers will not be included and the application code will
be based on direct access to peripherals registers
*/
/*#define USE_HAL_DRIVER */
#endif /* USE_HAL_DRIVER */
/**
* @brief CMSIS Device version number V4.3.1
*/
#define __STM32F1_CMSIS_VERSION_MAIN (0x04) /*!< [31:24] main version */
#define __STM32F1_CMSIS_VERSION_SUB1 (0x03) /*!< [23:16] sub1 version */
#define __STM32F1_CMSIS_VERSION_SUB2 (0x01) /*!< [15:8] sub2 version */
#define __STM32F1_CMSIS_VERSION_RC (0x00) /*!< [7:0] release candidate */
#define __STM32F1_CMSIS_VERSION ((__STM32F1_CMSIS_VERSION_MAIN << 24)\
|(__STM32F1_CMSIS_VERSION_SUB1 << 16)\
|(__STM32F1_CMSIS_VERSION_SUB2 << 8 )\
|(__STM32F1_CMSIS_VERSION_RC))
/**
* @}
*/
/** @addtogroup Device_Included
* @{
*/
#if defined(STM32F100xB)
#include "stm32f100xb.h"
#elif defined(STM32F100xE)
#include "stm32f100xe.h"
#elif defined(STM32F101x6)
#include "stm32f101x6.h"
#elif defined(STM32F101xB)
#include "stm32f101xb.h"
#elif defined(STM32F101xE)
#include "stm32f101xe.h"
#elif defined(STM32F101xG)
#include "stm32f101xg.h"
#elif defined(STM32F102x6)
#include "stm32f102x6.h"
#elif defined(STM32F102xB)
#include "stm32f102xb.h"
#elif defined(STM32F103x6)
#include "stm32f103x6.h"
#elif defined(STM32F103xB)
#include "stm32f103xb.h"
#elif defined(STM32F103xE)
#include "stm32f103xe.h"
#elif defined(STM32F103xG)
#include "stm32f103xg.h"
#elif defined(STM32F105xC)
#include "stm32f105xc.h"
#elif defined(STM32F107xC)
#include "stm32f107xc.h"
#else
#error "Please select first the target STM32F1xx device used in your application (in stm32f1xx.h file)"
#endif
/**
* @}
*/
/** @addtogroup Exported_types
* @{
*/
typedef enum
{
RESET = 0,
SET = !RESET
} FlagStatus, ITStatus;
typedef enum
{
DISABLE = 0,
ENABLE = !DISABLE
} FunctionalState;
#define IS_FUNCTIONAL_STATE(STATE) (((STATE) == DISABLE) || ((STATE) == ENABLE))
typedef enum
{
SUCCESS = 0U,
ERROR = !SUCCESS
} ErrorStatus;
/**
* @}
*/