Commit 84e17063 authored by Paul Sokolovsky's avatar Paul Sokolovsky
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zephyr/modusocket: Strip packet header right in the receive callback.

Instead of complicating recv() implementation.
parent 967cad74
......@@ -120,8 +120,6 @@ STATIC void parse_inet_addr(socket_obj_t *socket, mp_obj_t addr_in, struct socka
// to the fact that it copies data byte by byte).
static char *net_buf_gather(struct net_buf *buf, char *to, unsigned max_len) {
struct net_buf *tmp = buf->frags;
unsigned header_len = net_nbuf_appdata(buf) - tmp->data;
net_buf_pull(tmp, header_len);
while (tmp && max_len) {
unsigned len = tmp->len;
......@@ -166,6 +164,10 @@ static void sock_received_cb(struct net_context *context, struct net_buf *net_bu
// Make sure that "EOF flag" is not set
net_nbuf_set_buf_sent(net_buf, false);
// We don't care about packet header, so get rid of it asap
unsigned header_len = net_nbuf_appdata(net_buf) - net_buf->frags->data;
net_buf_pull(net_buf->frags, header_len);
// net_buf->frags will be overwritten by fifo, so save it
net_nbuf_set_token(net_buf, net_buf->frags);
k_fifo_put(&socket->recv_q, net_buf);
......@@ -350,15 +352,13 @@ STATIC mp_obj_t socket_recv(mp_obj_t self_in, mp_obj_t len_in) {
return mp_const_empty_bytes;
unsigned header_len = 0;
if (socket->cur_buf == NULL) {
DEBUG_printf("TCP recv: no cur_buf, getting\n");
struct net_buf *net_buf = k_fifo_get(&socket->recv_q, K_FOREVER);
// Restore ->frags overwritten by fifo
net_buf->frags = net_nbuf_token(net_buf);
header_len = net_nbuf_appdata(net_buf) - net_buf->frags->data;
DEBUG_printf("TCP recv: new cur_buf: %p, hdr_len: %u\n", net_buf, header_len);
DEBUG_printf("TCP recv: new cur_buf: %p\n", net_buf);
socket->cur_buf = net_buf;
......@@ -368,7 +368,6 @@ STATIC mp_obj_t socket_recv(mp_obj_t self_in, mp_obj_t len_in) {
net_buf_pull(frag, header_len);
unsigned frag_len = frag->len;
recv_len = frag_len;
if (recv_len > max_len) {
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