Commit f20e093b authored by Damien George's avatar Damien George
Browse files

stmhal: Add lots of constants to stm module.

parent 561f83c9
"""
Read in the cmsis/devinc/stm32f405xx.h header, extract relevant constants,
and create modstmconst.c.
This is not part of the automatic build process because stm32f405xx.h isn't
expected to change. After generating the file, some manual intervention is
needed to copy the new qstr definitions to qstrdefsport.h.
"""
import argparse
import re
# given a list of (name,regex) pairs, find the first one that matches the given line
def re_match_first(regexs, line):
for name, regex in regexs:
match = re.match(regex, line)
if match:
return name, match
return None, None
class LexerError(Exception):
def __init__(self, line):
self.line = line
class Lexer:
re_io_reg = r'__IO uint(?P<bits>8|16|32)_t +(?P<reg>[A-Z0-9]+)'
re_comment = r'(?P<comment>[A-Za-z0-9 \-/_()]+)'
re_addr_offset = r'Address offset: (?P<offset>0x[0-9A-Z]{2,3})'
regexs = (
('#define hex', re.compile(r'#define +(?P<id>[A-Z0-9_]+) +\(\(uint32_t\)(?P<hex>0x[0-9A-F]+)\)($| +/\*)')),
('#define X', re.compile(r'#define +(?P<id>[A-Z0-9_]+) +(?P<id2>[A-Z0-9_]+)($| +/\*)')),
('#define X+hex', re.compile(r'#define +(?P<id>[A-Z0-9_]+) +\((?P<id2>[A-Z0-9_]+) \+ (?P<hex>0x[0-9A-F]+)\)($| +/\*)')),
('#define typedef', re.compile(r'#define +(?P<id>[A-Z0-9_]+) +\(\([A-Za-z0-9_]+_TypeDef \*\) (?P<id2>[A-Z0-9_]+)\)($| +/\*)')),
('typedef struct', re.compile(r'typedef struct$')),
('{', re.compile(r'{$')),
('}', re.compile(r'}$')),
('} TypeDef', re.compile(r'} *(?P<id>[A-Z][A-Za-z0-9_]+)_(?P<global>(Global)?)TypeDef;$')),
('IO reg', re.compile(re_io_reg + r'; +/\*!< ' + re_comment + r', +' + re_addr_offset + r' *\*/')),
('IO reg array', re.compile(re_io_reg + r'\[(?P<array>[2-8])\]; +/\*!< ' + re_comment + r', +' + re_addr_offset + r'-(0x[0-9A-Z]{2,3}) *\*/')),
)
def __init__(self, filename):
self.file = open(filename, 'rt')
self.line_number = 0
def next_match(self, strictly_next=False):
while True:
line = self.file.readline()
self.line_number += 1
if len(line) == 0:
return ('EOF', None)
match = re_match_first(Lexer.regexs, line.strip())
if strictly_next or match[0] is not None:
return match
def must_match(self, kind):
match = self.next_match(strictly_next=True)
if match[0] != kind:
raise LexerError(self.line_number)
return match
def parse_file(filename):
lexer = Lexer(filename)
reg_defs = {}
consts = {}
periphs = []
while True:
m = lexer.next_match()
if m[0] == 'EOF':
break
elif m[0] == '#define hex':
d = m[1].groupdict()
consts[d['id']] = int(d['hex'], base=16)
elif m[0] == '#define X':
d = m[1].groupdict()
if d['id2'] in consts:
consts[d['id']] = consts[d['id2']]
elif m[0] == '#define X+hex':
d = m[1].groupdict()
if d['id2'] in consts:
consts[d['id']] = consts[d['id2']] + int(d['hex'], base=16)
elif m[0] == '#define typedef':
d = m[1].groupdict()
if d['id2'] in consts:
periphs.append((d['id'], consts[d['id2']]))
elif m[0] == 'typedef struct':
lexer.must_match('{')
m = lexer.next_match()
regs = []
while m[0] in ('IO reg', 'IO reg array'):
d = m[1].groupdict()
reg = d['reg']
offset = int(d['offset'], base=16)
bits = int(d['bits'])
comment = d['comment']
if m[0] == 'IO reg':
regs.append((reg, offset, bits, comment))
else:
for i in range(int(d['array'])):
regs.append((reg + str(i), offset + i * bits // 8, bits, comment))
m = lexer.next_match()
if m[0] == '}':
pass
elif m[0] == '} TypeDef':
reg_defs[m[1].groupdict()['id']] = regs
else:
raise LexerError(lexer.line_number)
return periphs, reg_defs
def print_periph(periph_name, periph_val, needed_qstrs):
qstr = periph_name.upper()
print('{ MP_OBJ_NEW_QSTR(MP_QSTR_%s), MP_OBJ_NEW_SMALL_INT(%#x) },' % (qstr, periph_val))
needed_qstrs.add(qstr)
def print_regs(reg_name, reg_defs, needed_qstrs):
reg_name = reg_name.upper()
for r in reg_defs:
qstr = reg_name + '_' + r[0]
print('{ MP_OBJ_NEW_QSTR(MP_QSTR_%s), MP_OBJ_NEW_SMALL_INT(%#x) }, // %s-bits, %s' % (qstr, r[1], r[2], r[3]))
needed_qstrs.add(qstr)
# This version of print regs groups registers together into submodules (eg GPIO submodule).
# This makes the qstrs shorter, and makes the list of constants more manageable (since
# they are not all in one big module) but it is then harder to compile the constants, and
# is more cumbersome to access.
# As such, we don't use this version.
# And for the number of constants we have, this function seems to use about the same amount
# of ROM as print_regs.
def print_regs_as_submodules(reg_name, reg_defs, modules, needed_qstrs):
mod_name_lower = reg_name.lower() + '_'
mod_name_upper = mod_name_lower.upper()
modules.append((mod_name_lower, mod_name_upper))
print("""
STATIC const mp_map_elem_t stm_%s_globals_table[] = {
{ MP_OBJ_NEW_QSTR(MP_QSTR___name__), MP_OBJ_NEW_QSTR(MP_QSTR_%s) },
""" % (mod_name_lower, mod_name_upper))
needed_qstrs.add(mod_name_upper)
for r in reg_defs:
print(' { MP_OBJ_NEW_QSTR(MP_QSTR_%s), MP_OBJ_NEW_SMALL_INT(%#x) }, // %s-bits, %s' % (r[0], r[1], r[2], r[3]))
needed_qstrs.add(r[0])
print("""};
STATIC const mp_obj_dict_t stm_%s_globals = {
.base = {&mp_type_dict},
.map = {
.all_keys_are_qstrs = 1,
.table_is_fixed_array = 1,
.used = sizeof(stm_%s_globals_table) / sizeof(mp_map_elem_t),
.alloc = sizeof(stm_%s_globals_table) / sizeof(mp_map_elem_t),
.table = (mp_map_elem_t*)stm_%s_globals_table,
},
};
const mp_obj_module_t stm_%s_obj = {
.base = { &mp_type_module },
.name = MP_QSTR_%s,
.globals = (mp_obj_dict_t*)&stm_%s_globals,
};
""" % (mod_name_lower, mod_name_lower, mod_name_lower, mod_name_lower, mod_name_lower, mod_name_upper, mod_name_lower))
def main():
cmd_parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description='Extract ST constants from a C header file.')
cmd_parser.add_argument('file', nargs=1, help='input file')
args = cmd_parser.parse_args()
periphs, reg_defs = parse_file(args.file[0])
modules = []
needed_qstrs = set()
print("// Automatically generated from %s by make-stmconst.py" % args.file[0])
print("")
for periph_name, periph_val in periphs:
print_periph(periph_name, periph_val, needed_qstrs)
for reg in (
'ADC',
#'ADC_Common',
#'CAN_TxMailBox',
#'CAN_FIFOMailBox',
#'CAN_FilterRegister',
#'CAN',
'CRC',
'DAC',
'DBGMCU',
'DMA_Stream',
'DMA',
'EXTI',
'FLASH',
'GPIO',
'SYSCFG',
'I2C',
'IWDG',
'PWR',
'RCC',
'RTC',
#'SDIO',
'SPI',
'TIM',
'USART',
'WWDG',
'RNG',
):
print_regs(reg, reg_defs[reg], needed_qstrs)
#print_regs_as_submodules(reg, reg_defs[reg], modules, needed_qstrs)
#print("#define MOD_STM_CONST_MODULES \\")
#for mod_lower, mod_upper in modules:
# print(" { MP_OBJ_NEW_QSTR(MP_QSTR_%s), (mp_obj_t)&stm_%s_obj }, \\" % (mod_upper, mod_lower))
print("")
for qstr in sorted(needed_qstrs):
print('Q({})'.format(qstr))
if __name__ == "__main__":
main()
......@@ -97,13 +97,7 @@ STATIC const mp_map_elem_t stm_module_globals_table[] = {
{ MP_OBJ_NEW_QSTR(MP_QSTR_mem16), (mp_obj_t)&stm_mem16_obj },
{ MP_OBJ_NEW_QSTR(MP_QSTR_mem32), (mp_obj_t)&stm_mem32_obj },
{ MP_OBJ_NEW_QSTR(MP_QSTR_GPIOA), MP_OBJ_NEW_SMALL_INT(GPIOA_BASE) },
{ MP_OBJ_NEW_QSTR(MP_QSTR_GPIOB), MP_OBJ_NEW_SMALL_INT(GPIOB_BASE) },
{ MP_OBJ_NEW_QSTR(MP_QSTR_GPIOC), MP_OBJ_NEW_SMALL_INT(GPIOC_BASE) },
{ MP_OBJ_NEW_QSTR(MP_QSTR_GPIOD), MP_OBJ_NEW_SMALL_INT(GPIOD_BASE) },
{ MP_OBJ_NEW_QSTR(MP_QSTR_GPIO_IDR), MP_OBJ_NEW_SMALL_INT(0x10) },
{ MP_OBJ_NEW_QSTR(MP_QSTR_GPIO_BSRRL), MP_OBJ_NEW_SMALL_INT(0x18) },
{ MP_OBJ_NEW_QSTR(MP_QSTR_GPIO_BSRRH), MP_OBJ_NEW_SMALL_INT(0x1a) },
#include "modstmconst.gen.c"
};
STATIC const mp_obj_dict_t stm_module_globals = {
......
This diff is collapsed.
......@@ -155,10 +155,254 @@ Q(mem)
Q(mem8)
Q(mem16)
Q(mem32)
// for stm constants
Q(ADC)
Q(ADC1)
Q(ADC2)
Q(ADC3)
Q(ADC_CR1)
Q(ADC_CR2)
Q(ADC_DR)
Q(ADC_HTR)
Q(ADC_JDR1)
Q(ADC_JDR2)
Q(ADC_JDR3)
Q(ADC_JDR4)
Q(ADC_JOFR1)
Q(ADC_JOFR2)
Q(ADC_JOFR3)
Q(ADC_JOFR4)
Q(ADC_JSQR)
Q(ADC_LTR)
Q(ADC_SMPR1)
Q(ADC_SMPR2)
Q(ADC_SQR1)
Q(ADC_SQR2)
Q(ADC_SQR3)
Q(ADC_SR)
Q(CAN1)
Q(CAN2)
Q(CRC)
Q(CRC_CR)
Q(CRC_DR)
Q(CRC_IDR)
Q(DAC)
Q(DAC_CR)
Q(DAC_DHR12L1)
Q(DAC_DHR12L2)
Q(DAC_DHR12LD)
Q(DAC_DHR12R1)
Q(DAC_DHR12R2)
Q(DAC_DHR12RD)
Q(DAC_DHR8R1)
Q(DAC_DHR8R2)
Q(DAC_DHR8RD)
Q(DAC_DOR1)
Q(DAC_DOR2)
Q(DAC_SR)
Q(DAC_SWTRIGR)
Q(DBGMCU_APB1FZ)
Q(DBGMCU_APB2FZ)
Q(DBGMCU_CR)
Q(DBGMCU_IDCODE)
Q(DMA1)
Q(DMA2)
Q(DMA_HIFCR)
Q(DMA_HISR)
Q(DMA_LIFCR)
Q(DMA_LISR)
Q(EXTI)
Q(EXTI_EMR)
Q(EXTI_FTSR)
Q(EXTI_IMR)
Q(EXTI_PR)
Q(EXTI_RTSR)
Q(EXTI_SWIER)
Q(FLASH)
Q(FLASH_ACR)
Q(FLASH_CR)
Q(FLASH_KEYR)
Q(FLASH_OPTCR)
Q(FLASH_OPTCR1)
Q(FLASH_OPTKEYR)
Q(FLASH_SR)
Q(GPIOA)
Q(GPIOB)
Q(GPIOC)
Q(GPIOD)
Q(GPIO_IDR)
Q(GPIO_BSRRL)
Q(GPIOE)
Q(GPIOF)
Q(GPIOG)
Q(GPIOH)
Q(GPIOI)
Q(GPIO_AFR0)
Q(GPIO_AFR1)
Q(GPIO_BSRRH)
Q(GPIO_BSRRL)
Q(GPIO_IDR)
Q(GPIO_LCKR)
Q(GPIO_MODER)
Q(GPIO_ODR)
Q(GPIO_OSPEEDR)
Q(GPIO_OTYPER)
Q(GPIO_PUPDR)
Q(I2C1)
Q(I2C2)
Q(I2C3)
Q(I2C_CCR)
Q(I2C_CR1)
Q(I2C_CR2)
Q(I2C_DR)
Q(I2C_FLTR)
Q(I2C_OAR1)
Q(I2C_OAR2)
Q(I2C_SR1)
Q(I2C_SR2)
Q(I2C_TRISE)
Q(IWDG)
Q(IWDG_KR)
Q(IWDG_PR)
Q(IWDG_RLR)
Q(IWDG_SR)
Q(PWR)
Q(PWR_CR)
Q(PWR_CSR)
Q(RCC)
Q(RCC_AHB1ENR)
Q(RCC_AHB1LPENR)
Q(RCC_AHB1RSTR)
Q(RCC_AHB2ENR)
Q(RCC_AHB2LPENR)
Q(RCC_AHB2RSTR)
Q(RCC_AHB3ENR)
Q(RCC_AHB3LPENR)
Q(RCC_AHB3RSTR)
Q(RCC_APB1ENR)
Q(RCC_APB1LPENR)
Q(RCC_APB1RSTR)
Q(RCC_APB2ENR)
Q(RCC_APB2LPENR)
Q(RCC_APB2RSTR)
Q(RCC_BDCR)
Q(RCC_CFGR)
Q(RCC_CIR)
Q(RCC_CR)
Q(RCC_PLLCFGR)
Q(RCC_PLLI2SCFGR)
Q(RCC_SSCGR)
Q(RNG)
Q(RNG_CR)
Q(RNG_DR)
Q(RNG_SR)
Q(RTC)
Q(RTC_ALRMAR)
Q(RTC_ALRMBR)
Q(RTC_BKP0R)
Q(RTC_BKP10R)
Q(RTC_BKP11R)
Q(RTC_BKP12R)
Q(RTC_BKP13R)
Q(RTC_BKP14R)
Q(RTC_BKP15R)
Q(RTC_BKP16R)
Q(RTC_BKP17R)
Q(RTC_BKP18R)
Q(RTC_BKP19R)
Q(RTC_BKP1R)
Q(RTC_BKP2R)
Q(RTC_BKP3R)
Q(RTC_BKP4R)
Q(RTC_BKP5R)
Q(RTC_BKP6R)
Q(RTC_BKP7R)
Q(RTC_BKP8R)
Q(RTC_BKP9R)
Q(RTC_CALIBR)
Q(RTC_CALR)
Q(RTC_CR)
Q(RTC_DR)
Q(RTC_ISR)
Q(RTC_PRER)
Q(RTC_SHIFTR)
Q(RTC_SSR)
Q(RTC_TAFCR)
Q(RTC_TR)
Q(RTC_TSDR)
Q(RTC_TSSSR)
Q(RTC_TSTR)
Q(RTC_WPR)
Q(RTC_WUTR)
Q(SDIO)
Q(SPI1)
Q(SPI2)
Q(SPI3)
Q(SPI_CR1)
Q(SPI_CR2)
Q(SPI_CRCPR)
Q(SPI_DR)
Q(SPI_I2SCFGR)
Q(SPI_I2SPR)
Q(SPI_RXCRCR)
Q(SPI_SR)
Q(SPI_TXCRCR)
Q(SYSCFG)
Q(SYSCFG_CMPCR)
Q(SYSCFG_EXTICR0)
Q(SYSCFG_EXTICR1)
Q(SYSCFG_EXTICR2)
Q(SYSCFG_EXTICR3)
Q(SYSCFG_MEMRMP)
Q(SYSCFG_PMC)
Q(TIM1)
Q(TIM10)
Q(TIM11)
Q(TIM12)
Q(TIM13)
Q(TIM14)
Q(TIM2)
Q(TIM3)
Q(TIM4)
Q(TIM5)
Q(TIM6)
Q(TIM7)
Q(TIM8)
Q(TIM9)
Q(TIM_ARR)
Q(TIM_BDTR)
Q(TIM_CCER)
Q(TIM_CCMR1)
Q(TIM_CCMR2)
Q(TIM_CCR1)
Q(TIM_CCR2)
Q(TIM_CCR3)
Q(TIM_CCR4)
Q(TIM_CNT)
Q(TIM_CR1)
Q(TIM_CR2)
Q(TIM_DCR)
Q(TIM_DIER)
Q(TIM_DMAR)
Q(TIM_EGR)
Q(TIM_OR)
Q(TIM_PSC)
Q(TIM_RCR)
Q(TIM_SMCR)
Q(TIM_SR)
Q(UART4)
Q(UART5)
Q(USART1)
Q(USART2)
Q(USART3)
Q(USART6)
Q(USART_BRR)
Q(USART_CR1)
Q(USART_CR2)
Q(USART_CR3)
Q(USART_DR)
Q(USART_GTPR)
Q(USART_SR)
Q(WWDG)
Q(WWDG_CFR)
Q(WWDG_CR)
Q(WWDG_SR)
Markdown is supported
0% or .
You are about to add 0 people to the discussion. Proceed with caution.
Finish editing this message first!
Please register or to comment