Commit ebb48cc9 authored by julien.delange's avatar julien.delange
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update PolyORB-HI-C documentation, add something about

ASN1 marshallers

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......@@ -623,6 +623,14 @@ Actually, PolyORB-HI-C supports the following devices
@b{RASTA 1553} : sends data accross a 1553 bus. It provides functions to use the bus as
a controller or a terminal (monitor mode not yet implemented).
@b{Exarm} : a driver that implements a network protocol dedicated to the
EXARM project. You can find more information about this project on
@b{NI 6071E} : driver for the National Instrument 6071E card. See
@url{}. The driver was
designed for the EXARM project.
@end enumerate
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The marshallers functions are used to put all request and types values in a
message in order to send them through a network connections. All marshalling
functions are declared in the file @code{marshallers.c}
functions are declared in the file @code{marshallers.c}.
However, PolyORB-HI-C can also use third-party marshallers. It can rely on the
marshallers generated for ASN1 encoding. Details about ASN1 marshallers
are provided in the next section.
@subsubsection Using ASN1 marshallers
With the ASN1 tools from
Semantix (see. @url{}), you can convert ASN1
declarations into AADL models. Then, these models can be used with AADL
components and PolyORB-HI-C relies on Semantix tools to automatically generates
C code that implements the ASN1 types.
For that purpose, you need to install the program @code{asn2aadlPlus} and
@code{asn1cc}. These programs are freely available on
@url{}. Then, when you use ASN1 types with your
AADL model (with the AADL files generated with @code{asn2aadlPlus}),
PolyORB-HI-C uses the generated code from ASN1 descriptions and integrate it to
marshall data.
@subsubsection Node activity
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