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2009\06\07@044333 by smhhadiman/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, smhhadima wrote:

Dear JonnyMac and Bean,
I'm unsing latest version of SX/B (2.00.24)
I used JohnnyMac code to: PUT>
I tried your code and it worked fine. BUT when I pluged the code into my program it did NOT work. ONLY the first two bytes were changed!!!

(in my code, since I'm using many subs, I had to move my SUB definitions inside the interrupt area (based on Bean's recommendations) because the compiler complained when I had them before the interrupt code.)
I checked the ASM code of my program and I found that the compiler translated the PUT command differently (outside my program and inside it) !!
What>

ID              "Master"
DEVICE          SX28, OSCXT2, BOR22
FREQ            20_000_000

' -------------------------------------------------------------------------
' I/O Pins
' -------------------------------------------------------------------------
' -------------------------------------------------------------------------
' Constants
' -------------------------------------------------------------------------
Int_Req   CON 5
Ext_Req   CON 4
No_Req   CON 2
' -------------------------------------------------------------------------
' Variables
' -------------------------------------------------------------------------
QUE  VAR byte (16)
Temp  VAR Byte (16)
password var word
tmp  VAR Byte  ' work vars
Cam_time Var byte  ' Wating time after Cam-on
Stop_time Var byte  'wating time before closing the Cam/door
Light_timer var tmp
Last_flr var byte  
'camfail_cnt VAR byte
Slow_timeout var byte
fast_timeout var byte
Que_cntr VAR Byte
Crnt_flr VAR byte
collective_opt var bit  '0= full collective, 1=Down collective
Door_option Var bit  '0=normal 1=Automatic
dir  VAR bit  '0=down  1=up
light_flag VAr bit  '0=light is off 1=lights is on


' -------------------------------------------------------------------------
INTERRUPT
' -------------------------------------------------------------------------
goto ISR_Start
' =========================================================================
' Subroutine / Function / Task Declarations
' =========================================================================
TX_byte  SUB 1,1,Byte
RX_byte  FUNC 1,1
LCD_INIT SUB 0   ' initialize LCD
LCD_BLIP SUB 0   ' blip LCD "E" pin
LCD_CMD  SUB 1, 1, Byte  ' send LCD command
LCD_OUT  SUB 1, 1, Byte  ' print char on LCD
LCD_STR  SUB 2, 2, Word  ' print string on LCD
LCD_SET_CRSR SUB 1, 1, Byte  ' set cursor mode
DELAY_MS SUB 2, 2, Word, Word ' shell for PAUSE
DELAY_US SUB 2, 2, Word, Word ' shell for PAUSEUS
GET_REQUESTS SUB 1,1,Byte
GET_DIR  SUB 0
ISR_Start:
WKPND_B=tmp

ISR_Exit:
WKEN_B = %10011110    'enable interrupt @ pin 0,5,6 (fork, Maint1,Maint2)
 RETURNINT
' =========================================================================
 PROGRAM Start
' =========================================================================
Start:

Main:
tmp=0
do
que(tmp)=no_req
inc tmp
loop until tmp=16
GET_REQUESTS Int_Req
end
SUB GET_REQUESTS
put temp, que(0) to que(15)
endsub

sub TX_byte
endsub
FUNC RX_byte
endfunc  
sub LCD_INIT    ' initialize LCD
endsub
sub LCD_BLIP    ' blip LCD "E" pin
endsub
sub LCD_CMD    ' send LCD command
endsub
sub LCD_OUT    ' print char on LCD
endsub
sub LCD_STR    ' print string on LCD
endsub
sub LCD_SET_CRSR   ' set cursor mode
endsub
sub DELAY_MS  ' shell for PAUSE
endsub
sub DELAY_US  ' shell for PAUSEUS
endsub sub GET_DIR  
endsub
end
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2009\06\07@050520 by JonnyMacn/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, JonnyMac wrote:

First things first: your use of big bold letters could be interpreted as SHOUTING; this will not endear you to the people from who you seek help.  Second, attache your actual program, not a stripped down version that probably removes the self-induced problems.  Finally, a lot of us use SX/B every day for personal and commercial projects; it is better to assume that you, not the compiler, is the root the the problem.

FWIW, I recognize the names of all of those subs you're using because most of them come from programs I've written.  You do not have too many, there is another problem.

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2009\06\07@055239 by smhhadiman/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, smhhadima wrote:

Dear Jonny,
1- I'm sorry if my big bold letters was interpreted as SHOUTING
  I was not trying to shout, I just wanted to make my point clear. (please accept my appology)
2-I removed the SUBs coding to make the text short and easy to read.  and because these subs were mostly written by you, I thought there's no need to post the whole code of what you already know.

Anyway, here is the whole code:

'' =========================================================================
'
'   File......
'   Purpose...
' =========================================================================
' -------------------------------------------------------------------------
' Program Description
' -------------------------------------------------------------------------
'
'
' -- requires SX/B 2.00.16 or later
' -------------------------------------------------------------------------
' Device Settings
' -------------------------------------------------------------------------
ID              "Master"
DEVICE          SX28, OSCXT2, BOR22
FREQ            20_000_000

' -------------------------------------------------------------------------
' I/O Pins
' -------------------------------------------------------------------------
LcdBus  PIN RA   ' port to use
 DB4  PIN LcdBus.0 OUTPUT
 DB5  PIN LcdBus.1 OUTPUT
 DB6  PIN LcdBus.2 OUTPUT
 DB7  PIN LcdBus.3 OUTPUT

Lcd_E  PIN RC.0 OUTPUT
Lcd_RS  PIN RC.1 OUTPUT
Ser_pin  PIN RC.2 INPUT
Ser_ctrl PIN RC.3 OUTPUT

Dn_limit PIN RB.3 INPUT SCHMITT PULLUP
Up_limit PIN RB.4 INPUT SCHMITT PULLUP
Maint_swt1 PIN RB.5 INPUT SCHMITT PULLUP INTR_FALL
Maint_swt2 PIN RB.6 INPUT SCHMITT PULLUP INTR_FALL
NOT_USED PIN RB.7 output NOpullup
NOT_USED2 PIN RB.2 output NOpullup
' -------------------------------------------------------------------------
' Constants
' -------------------------------------------------------------------------
Baud   CON  "N9600"
LcdCls          CON     $01                     ' clear the LCD *
LcdHome         CON     $02                     ' move cursor home *
LcdCrsrL        CON     $10                     ' move cursor left
LcdCrsrR        CON     $14                     ' move cursor right
LcdLine1        CON     $80                     ' DDRAM address of line 1
LcdLine2        CON     $C0                     ' DDRAM address of line 2
        ' * LCD needs 2ms delay after these commands
CamFail_Cnt  CON 5
Int_Req   CON 5
Ext_Req   CON 4
No_Req   CON 2
Full_collective CON 0
UP    CON 1
DOWN   CON 0
Close   CON 0
OFF    CON 0
automatic  con 1
Light_ON CON "n"
Light_off CON "f"
Cam_close con "c"
Clear_all CON "i"
update_que con "u"
Cam_open CON "p"
fork_time con 1000   'waiting time after fork is closed
Cam_trial CON 5
buffer  CON 16
' -------------------------------------------------------------------------
' Variables
' -------------------------------------------------------------------------
QUE  VAR byte (buffer)
Temp  VAR Byte (buffer)
password var word
tmp  VAR Byte  ' work vars
Cam_time Var byte  ' Wating time after Cam-on
Stop_time Var byte  'wating time before closing the Cam/door
Light_timer var tmp
Last_flr var byte  
'camfail_cnt VAR byte
Slow_timeout var byte
fast_timeout var byte
Que_cntr VAR Byte
Crnt_flr VAR byte
collective_opt var bit  '0= full collective, 1=Down collective
Door_option Var bit  '0=normal 1=Automatic
dir  VAR bit  '0=down  1=up
light_flag VAr bit  '0=light is off 1=lights is on


' -------------------------------------------------------------------------
INTERRUPT
' -------------------------------------------------------------------------
goto ISR_Start
' =========================================================================
' Subroutine / Function / Task Declarations
' =========================================================================
TX_byte  SUB 1,1,Byte
RX_byte  FUNC 1,1
LCD_INIT SUB 0   ' initialize LCD
LCD_BLIP SUB 0   ' blip LCD "E" pin
LCD_CMD  SUB 1, 1, Byte  ' send LCD command
LCD_OUT  SUB 1, 1, Byte  ' print char on LCD
LCD_STR  SUB 2, 2, Word  ' print string on LCD
LCD_SET_CRSR SUB 1, 1, Byte  ' set cursor mode
DELAY_MS SUB 2, 2, Word, Word ' shell for PAUSE
DELAY_US SUB 2, 2, Word, Word ' shell for PAUSEUS
GET_REQUESTS SUB 1,1,Byte
GET_DIR  SUB 0
ISR_Start:
WKPND_B=tmp

ISR_Exit:
WKEN_B = %10011110    'enable interrupt @ pin 0,5,6 (fork, Maint1,Maint2)
 RETURNINT
' =========================================================================
 PROGRAM Start
' =========================================================================
Start:


tmp=0
do
que(tmp)=no_req
inc tmp
loop until tmp=buffer
GET_REQUESTS Int_Req watch tmp
Break
TX_byte clear_all
Lcd_Setup:
 DELAY_MS 50     ' let LCD self-init
 LCD_INIT       ' initialize (multi-line)
 LCD_CMD LcdCls
 DELAY_MS 250     ' for effect
Main:
rc=rc and %00001111 'STOP (All Relays off)
' LCD_STR "www.HadimaTech.com"
'   Tmp = LcdLine2 + 2   ' move to position
'   LCD_CMD Tmp
DELAY_MS Stop_time
GET_REQUESTS Int_Req
GET_REQUESTS Ext_Req

if door_option=automatic then
close_automatic:
TX_byte cam_close
tmp=RX_byte 100
if tmp<>cam_close then close_automatic
endif

DELAY_MS fork_time
tmp=0
TX_byte cam_close
DELAY_MS CAM_time
if tmp=cam_trial then cam_fail
inc tmp

GET_REQUESTS Int_Req
GET_REQUESTS Ext_Req
'--------------------
MOVE2:

WKPND_B = %00000000    ' clear pending
WKED_B = %00000000    ' rising edge detect
WKEN_B = %10011110   'enable interrupt @ pin 0,5,6 (fork, Maint1,Maint2)

Moving:

tmp=RX_byte fast_timeout     'wait for sensor_1 flag
if tmp<>"f" then move_slow if dir=up then
inc crnt_flr
else
dec crnt_flr
endif
GET_REQUESTS Int_Req
GET_REQUESTS Ext_Req if que(crnt_flr)=no_req then Moving
if dir=up then
 if Que(crnt_flr)=ext_req then
  tmp=crnt_flr  'check if there is an internal request up there
  do until tmp=last_flr
   inc tmp
   if Que(tmp)=int_req then Moving 'there is an internl Request in Que so keep moving
  loop
 endif
endif move_slow:

tmp=RX_byte slow_timeout
if tmp<>"s" then communication_error
STOP:
GOTO main communication_error:

LCD_str "Comm Err"

Cam_fail:

lcd_str "Cam Failed"
end
' -------------------------------------------------------------------------
' Subroutine / Function / Task Code
' -------------------------------------------------------------------------
' Use: LCD_INIT {single}
' -- initializes LCD in 4-bit mode
' -- defaults to multi-line; single-line if single.0 = 1
SUB GET_DIR
ENDSUB
Sub get_Requests
tmp=0
put temp,que(0) to que(15)
endsub

SUB TX_BYTE
ser_ctrl=1
 SEROUT Ser_pin, Baud, __PARAM1                ' send the character
ser_ctrl=0
endsub
FUNC RX_Byte
tmp=__param1
SERIN Ser_pin, Baud, __param1,tmp,timeout        ' receive a byte
goto rx_done
timeout:
__param1=255     'timeout flag
rx_done:
ENDFUNC
SUB LCD_INIT
 LcdBus = %0011    ' 8-bit mode
 LCD_BLIP
 DELAY_MS 5
 LCD_BLIP
 DELAY_US 125
 LCD_BLIP
 LcdBus = %0010    ' 4-bit mode
 LCD_BLIP
 LCD_CMD %0000_1100     ' display on, no cursor
 LCD_CMD %0000_0110     ' auto-increment cursor
 ENDSUB
' -------------------------------------------------------------------------
' Use: LCD_BLIP
SUB LCD_BLIP
 Lcd_E = 1
 DELAY_US 2
 Lcd_E = 0
 DELAY_US 50     ' instruction delay
 ENDSUB
 
' -------------------------------------------------------------------------
' Use: LCD_CMD cmd  -- send command to LCD
' -- sets buss to cmd (RS = 0)
SUB LCD_CMD
 Lcd_RS = 0     ' command mode
 GOTO LCD_OUT     ' jump over ENDSUB
 ENDSUB
' -------------------------------------------------------------------------
' Use: LCD_OUT char
' -- send character to LCD
SUB LCD_OUT
swap __param1                   'Swap upper and lower Nibbles
LcdBus=__param1
LCD_BLIP
swap __param1
Lcdbus=__param1
LCD_BLIP
Lcd_RS=1      'go back to char Data mode
ENDSUB
' -------------------------------------------------------------------------
' Use: LCD_STR [string | Label]
' -- prints embedded string or z-string at Label
SUB LCD_STR
 sAddr  VAR  __WPARAM12  ' address of string
 sChar  VAR __PARAM1  ' character from string
 DO
   READINC sAddr, sChar   ' get a character
   IF sChar = 0 THEN EXIT   ' if 0, we're done
   LCD_OUT sChar    ' print the character
 LOOP
 ENDSUB

' -------------------------------------------------------------------------
' Use: LCD_SET_CRSR
' -- set cursor on (1) or off (0)
SUB LCD_SET_CRSR
 crsrCmd VAR __PARAM2
 crsrCmd = %0000_1100    ' display on, no cursor
 crsrCmd.1 = __PARAM1.0   ' set cursor to parameter
 LCD_CMD crsrCmd
 ENDSUB

' -------------------------------------------------------------------------
' Use: DELAY_MS duration
' -- shell for PAUSE
SUB DELAY_MS
 '{$IFUSED DELAY_MS}
 msDuration VAR __WPARAM12
 PAUSE msDuration
 '{$ENDIF}
 ENDSUB
' -------------------------------------------------------------------------
' Use: DELAY_US duration
' -- shell for PAUSEUS
SUB DELAY_US
 '{$IFUSED DELAY_US}
 usDuration VAR __WPARAM12
 PAUSEUS usDuration
 '{$ENDIF}
 ENDSUB
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2009\06\07@103812 by Shawn Lowen/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, Shawn Lowe wrote:

I have to ask as I'm trying to learn more about the SX chip. Why would you put your SUB declarations in the Interrupt? That one has me a bit confused.

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2009\06\07@104953 by smhhadiman/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, smhhadima wrote:

Shawn Lowe,
to answer your question check this:

http://forums.parallax.com/forums/default.aspx?f=7&m=196022&g=196025#m196025
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2009\06\07@140741 by Zootn/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, Zoot wrote:

Shawn -- SamTheMan's code is good, his description is a bit unclear -- what he is describing is putting any ISR code (with a regular JMP/GOTO) AFTER the sub declarations. I usually put the ISR code in the LAST code page of the app, not before "start", but that's secondary to having it after the subs. The reason is that every SUB/FUNC declaration must be in page 0 (the code for the sub/func itself can be anywhere). The start of the ISR (the actual INTERRUPT statement in SX/B or just plain ol' address $000 in ASM) is also in page 0. So as your ISR and/or your list of sub/func declarations gets longer, things can get tight very quickly. In my own apps, rarely would all the sub declarations and even a short ISR routine fit on page 0.

So the answer is put your ISR code wherever you want (it's not a sub, btw, but an ISR) and GOTO following the INTERRUPT statement:


INTERRUPT 1000
  GOTO Interrupt_Code  ' takes only two instructions
SUB x,y,z  ' can have many many many sub/func declarations
SUB x,y,z
FUNC x,y,z
' etc
Start:
' init code
Main:
' main loop
' --- Subroutines
SUB x
  ENDSUB
' --- ISR
Interrupt_Code:
 ' more code here
 RETURNINT

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2009\06\07@141004 by Zootn/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, Zoot wrote:

SamTheMan -- can you ATTACH (rather than paste) both your SX/B program AND the compiled output (.src)?

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2009\06\07@222437 by Shawn Lowen/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, Shawn Lowe wrote:

Ok, thanks for the explaination Zoot. I *think* I get it (my problem not your explaination!)
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2009\06\07@230703 by smhhadiman/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, smhhadima wrote:

the>
and the ASM part is:


get_Requests:                   >
 CLR tmp                        ; tmp=0
 MOV FSR,#Temp                  ;put temp,que(0) to que(15)
 MOV __PARAM1,FSR              
 BANK $00                      
MOV FSR,#QUE+0  
             'I think the problem is here
 MOV __PARAM2,IND              
 MOV FSR,__PARAM1              
 MOV IND,__PARAM2              
 INC FSR                      
 MOV __PARAM1,FSR              
 BANK $00                      
MOV FSR,#QUE+15      'and here too        
 MOV __PARAM2,IND              
 MOV FSR,__PARAM1              
 MOV IND,__PARAM2              
 BANK $00                      
 RETP                           ;endsub
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2009\06\08@052602 by JonnyMacn/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, JonnyMac wrote:

Sam's ISR placement is not a problem but is also not necessary as the ISR is just a couple lines long.  The only time one needs to jump over the SUB/FUNC declarations is when the ISR is very long and would push the sub/funcs jump table out of the first half of the code page -- this is not happening here.

What I think IS a problem, however, is using edge triggered interrupts with the serial stuff; sure one might logically assume that the very short interrupt wouldn't bother the serial stuff but why take a change; I'd use ISR-driven serial and poll the inputs as required during the ISR.

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2009\06\08@055811 by smhhadiman/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, smhhadima wrote:

does anyone have an explination of the PUT command problem?

why the compiler produce an ASM code for PUT different (inside my program) than outside it?

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2009\06\08@070320 by beann/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, bean wrote:

Sam,
 THANK YOU !!!
 The problem is a bug in the compiler.
 In the "PUT temp, que(0) to que(15)" is that the word "to" must be in upper case to compile correctly.
 I will fix this ASAP. In short the compiler evaluates the "to" as a comma. Changing "to" to "TO" will generate the correct code.

Bean.

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2009\06\08@071523 by beann/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, bean wrote:

I have posted version 2.00.25 of the compiler.
This issue has been fixed.

Bean.

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2009\06\08@072001 by smhhadiman/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, smhhadima wrote:

Thank you Bean.. you are the best!!

Dear JonnyMac, you owe me one (just kidding)
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2009\06\08@200016 by JonnyMacn/a

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In SX Microcontrollers, SX/B Compiler and SX-Key Tool, JonnyMac wrote:

Okay, Sam, you're right.  I never had a problem because I always manually capitalize keywords.  Sorry.

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