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* osapi.c
*
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* SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT
* LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
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* OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
*/
/*
* src/osapi.c
*
*/
#include "tidef.h"
#include "arch_ti.h"
#include <linux/stddef.h>
#include <linux/string.h>
#include <linux/time.h>
#include <linux/timer.h>
#include <linux/module.h>
#include <linux/kernel.h>
#include <linux/netdevice.h>
#include <linux/completion.h>
#include <linux/etherdevice.h>
#include <linux/vmalloc.h>
#include <linux/string.h>
#include <linux/delay.h>
#include <linux/time.h>
#include <linux/list.h>
#include <stdarg.h>
#include <asm/io.h>
#include "RxBuf_linux.h"
/*#include "debug_module.h"*/
#include "host_platform.h"
#include "WlanDrvIf.h"
#include "bmtrace_api.h"
#include "TI_IPC_Api.h"
#include "802_11Defs.h"
#include "osApi.h"
#include "txMgmtQueue_Api.h"
#include "EvHandler.h"
#ifdef ESTA_TIMER_DEBUG
#define esta_timer_log(fmt,args...) printk(fmt, ## args)
#else
#define esta_timer_log(fmt,args...)
#endif
#define FRAG_SIZE 200
typedef struct timer_list TOsTimer;
TI_BOOL bRedirectOutputToLogger = TI_FALSE;
TI_BOOL use_debug_module = TI_FALSE;
/****************************************************************************************
* *
* OS Report API *
* *
****************************************************************************************/
static void SendLoggerData (TI_HANDLE OsContext, TI_UINT8 *pMsg, TI_UINT16 len)
{
TWlanDrvIfObj *drv = (TWlanDrvIfObj *)OsContext;
if (len > 0)
{
EvHandlerSendEvent(drv->tCommon.hEvHandler, IPC_EVENT_LOGGER, pMsg, len);
}
}
void os_setDebugOutputToLogger(TI_BOOL value)
{
bRedirectOutputToLogger = value;
}
/****************************************************************************************
* os_setDebugMode()
****************************************************************************************
DESCRIPTION: Set the Debug Mode
INPUT:
RETURN: None
NOTES:
*****************************************************************************************/
void os_setDebugMode(TI_BOOL enable)
{
use_debug_module = enable;
}
/****************************************************************************************
* os_printf()
****************************************************************************************
DESCRIPTION: Print formatted output.
INPUT: format - Specifies the string, to be printed
RETURN: None
NOTES:
*****************************************************************************************/
void os_printf(const char *format ,...)
{
static int from_new_line = 1; /* Used to save the last message EOL */
va_list ap;
static char msg[MAX_MESSAGE_SIZE];
char *p_msg = msg; /* Pointer to the message */
TI_UINT16 message_len;
TI_UINT32 sec = 0;
TI_UINT32 uSec = 0;
os_memoryZero(NULL,msg, MAX_MESSAGE_SIZE);
/* Format the message and keep the message length */
va_start(ap,format);
message_len = vsnprintf(&msg[0], sizeof(msg) -1 , format, ap);
if( from_new_line )
{
if (msg[1] == '$')
{
p_msg += 4;
}
sec = os_timeStampUs(NULL);
uSec = sec % MICROSECOND_IN_SECONDS;
sec /= MICROSECOND_IN_SECONDS;
printk(KERN_INFO DRIVER_NAME ": %d.%06d: %s",sec,uSec,p_msg);
}
else
{
printk(&msg[0]);
}
from_new_line = ( msg[message_len] == '\n' );
va_end(ap);
}
/****************************************************************************************
* *
* OS TIMER API *
* *
****************************************************************************************/
/****************************************************************************************
* os_timerCreate()
****************************************************************************************
DESCRIPTION: This function creates and initializes an OS timer object associated with a
caller's pRoutine function.
ARGUMENTS: OsContext - The OS handle
pRoutine - The user callback function
hFuncHandle - The user callback handle
RETURN: A handle of the created OS timer.
NOTES: 1) The user's callback is called directly from OS timer context when expired.
2) In some OSs, it may be needed to use an intermediate callback in the
osapi layer (use os_timerHandlr for that).
*****************************************************************************************/
TI_HANDLE os_timerCreate (TI_HANDLE OsContext, fTimerFunction pRoutine, TI_HANDLE hFuncHandle)
{
TOsTimer *pOsTimer = os_memoryAlloc (OsContext, sizeof(TOsTimer));
init_timer (pOsTimer);
pOsTimer->function = (void *)pRoutine;
pOsTimer->data = (int)hFuncHandle;
return (TI_HANDLE)pOsTimer;
}
/****************************************************************************************
* os_timerDestroy()
****************************************************************************************
DESCRIPTION: This function destroys the OS timer object.
ARGUMENTS:
RETURN:
NOTES:
*****************************************************************************************/
void os_timerDestroy (TI_HANDLE OsContext, TI_HANDLE TimerHandle)
{
os_timerStop (OsContext, TimerHandle);
os_memoryFree (OsContext, TimerHandle, sizeof(TOsTimer));
}
/****************************************************************************************
* os_timerStart()
****************************************************************************************
DESCRIPTION: This function start the timer object.
ARGUMENTS:
RETURN:
NOTES:
*****************************************************************************************/
void os_timerStart (TI_HANDLE OsContext, TI_HANDLE TimerHandle, TI_UINT32 DelayMs)
{
TI_UINT32 jiffie_cnt = msecs_to_jiffies (DelayMs);
mod_timer ((TOsTimer *)TimerHandle, jiffies + jiffie_cnt);
}
/****************************************************************************************
* os_stopTimer()
****************************************************************************************
DESCRIPTION: This function stop the timer object.
ARGUMENTS:
RETURN:
NOTES:
*****************************************************************************************/
void os_timerStop (TI_HANDLE OsContext, TI_HANDLE TimerHandle)
{
del_timer_sync((TOsTimer *)TimerHandle);
}
/****************************************************************************************
* os_periodicIntrTimerStart()
****************************************************************************************
DESCRIPTION: This function starts the periodic interrupt mechanism. This mode is used
when interrupts that usually received from the Fw is now masked, and we are
checking for any need of Fw handling in time periods.
ARGUMENTS:
RETURN:
NOTES: Power level of the CHIP should be always awake in this mode (no ELP)
*****************************************************************************************/
#ifdef PRIODIC_INTERRUPT
void os_periodicIntrTimerStart (TI_HANDLE OsContext)
{
TWlanDrvIfObj *drv = (TWlanDrvIfObj *)OsContext;
mod_timer (drv->hPollTimer, jiffies + TIWLAN_IRQ_POLL_INTERVAL);
}
#endif
/****************************************************************************************
* os_timeStampMs()
****************************************************************************************
DESCRIPTION: This function returns the number of milliseconds that have elapsed since
the system was booted.
ARGUMENTS: OsContext - our adapter context.
RETURN:
NOTES:
*****************************************************************************************/
TI_UINT32 os_timeStampMs (TI_HANDLE OsContext)
{
struct timeval tv;
do_gettimeofday(&tv);
return tv.tv_sec*1000 + tv.tv_usec/1000;
}
/****************************************************************************************
* os_timeStampUs()
****************************************************************************************
DESCRIPTION: This function returns the number of microseconds that have elapsed since
the system was booted.
ARGUMENTS: OsContext - our adapter context.
Note that sometimes this function will be called with NULL(!!!) as argument!
RETURN:
NOTES:
*****************************************************************************************/
TI_UINT32 os_timeStampUs (TI_HANDLE OsContext)
{
struct timeval tv;
do_gettimeofday(&tv);
return tv.tv_sec*1000000 + tv.tv_usec;
}
/****************************************************************************************
* os_StalluSec()
****************************************************************************************
DESCRIPTION: This function make delay in microseconds.
ARGUMENTS: OsContext - our adapter context.
uSec - delay time in microseconds
RETURN:
NOTES:
*****************************************************************************************/
void os_StalluSec (TI_HANDLE OsContext, TI_UINT32 uSec)
{
udelay (uSec);
}
/****************************************************************************************
* *
* Protection services API *
* *
****************************************************************************************
* OS protection is implemented as spin_lock_irqsave and spin_unlock_irqrestore *
****************************************************************************************/
/****************************************************************************************
* os_protectCreate()
****************************************************************************************
DESCRIPTION:
ARGUMENTS: OsContext - our adapter context.
RETURN: A handle of the created mutex/spinlock.
TI_HANDLE_INVALID if there is insufficient memory available or problems
initializing the mutex
NOTES:
*****************************************************************************************/
TI_HANDLE os_protectCreate (TI_HANDLE OsContext)
{
return NULL;
}
/****************************************************************************************
* os_protectDestroy()
****************************************************************************************
DESCRIPTION:
ARGUMENTS: OsContext - our adapter context.
RETURN: None - This had better work since there is not a return value to the user
NOTES:
*****************************************************************************************/
void os_protectDestroy (TI_HANDLE OsContext, TI_HANDLE ProtectCtx)
{
}
/****************************************************************************************
* os_protectLock()
****************************************************************************************
DESCRIPTION:
ARGUMENTS: OsContext - our adapter context.
RETURN: None - This had better work since there is not a return value to the user
NOTES:
*****************************************************************************************/
void os_protectLock (TI_HANDLE OsContext, TI_HANDLE ProtectContext)
{
TWlanDrvIfObj *drv = (TWlanDrvIfObj *)OsContext;
spin_lock_irqsave (&drv->lock, drv->flags);
}
/****************************************************************************************
* os_protectUnlock()
****************************************************************************************
DESCRIPTION:
ARGUMENTS: OsContext - our adapter context.
RETURN: None - This had better work since there is not a return value to the user
NOTES:
*****************************************************************************************/
void os_protectUnlock (TI_HANDLE OsContext, TI_HANDLE ProtectContext)
{
TWlanDrvIfObj *drv = (TWlanDrvIfObj *)OsContext;
spin_unlock_irqrestore (&drv->lock, drv->flags);
}
/****************************************************************************************
* os_receivePacket()
****************************************************************************************
DESCRIPTION:
ARGUMENTS:
RETURN:
NOTES:
*****************************************************************************************/
TI_BOOL os_receivePacket (TI_HANDLE OsContext, void* pPacket, TI_UINT16 Length)
{
TWlanDrvIfObj *drv = (TWlanDrvIfObj *)OsContext;
unsigned char *pdata = (unsigned char *)((TI_UINT32)pPacket & ~(TI_UINT32)0x3);
rx_head_t *rx_head = (rx_head_t *)(pdata - WSPI_PAD_BYTES - RX_HEAD_LEN_ALIGNED);
struct sk_buff *skb = rx_head->skb;
#ifdef TI_DBG
if ((TI_UINT32)pPacket & 0x3)
{
if ((TI_UINT32)pPacket - (TI_UINT32)skb->data != 2)
{
printk("os_receivePacket() address error skb=0x%x skb->data=0x%x pPacket=0x%x !!!\n",(int)skb, (int)skb->data, (int)pPacket);
}
}
else
{
if ((TI_UINT32)skb->data != (TI_UINT32)pPacket)
{
printk("os_receivePacket() address error skb=0x%x skb->data=0x%x pPacket=0x%x !!!\n",(int)skb, (int)skb->data, (int)pPacket);
}
}
if (Length != RX_ETH_PKT_LEN(pPacket))
{
printk("os_receivePacket() Length=%d != RX_ETH_PKT_LEN(pPacket)=%d!!!\n",(int)Length, RX_ETH_PKT_LEN(pPacket));
}
#endif
/*
printk("-->> os_receivePacket() pPacket=0x%x Length=%d skb=0x%x skb->data=0x%x skb->head=0x%x skb->len=%d\n",
(int)pPacket, (int)Length, (int)skb, (int)skb->data, (int)skb->head, (int)skb->len);
*/
/* Use skb_reserve, it updates both skb->data and skb->tail. */
skb->data = RX_ETH_PKT_DATA(pPacket);
skb->tail = skb->data;
skb_put(skb, RX_ETH_PKT_LEN(pPacket));
/*
printk("-->> os_receivePacket() skb=0x%x skb->data=0x%x skb->head=0x%x skb->len=%d\n",
(int)skb, (int)skb->data, (int)skb->head, (int)skb->len);
*/
ti_nodprintf(TIWLAN_LOG_INFO, "os_receivePacket - Received EAPOL len-%d\n", WBUF_LEN(pWbuf));
skb->dev = drv->netdev;
skb->protocol = eth_type_trans(skb, drv->netdev);
skb->ip_summed = CHECKSUM_NONE;
drv->stats.rx_packets++;
drv->stats.rx_bytes += skb->len;
/* Send the skb to the TCP stack.
* it responsibly of the Linux kernel to free the skb
*/
{
CL_TRACE_START_L1();
os_wake_lock_timeout_enable(drv);
netif_rx_ni(skb);
/* Note: Don't change this trace (needed to exclude OS processing from Rx CPU utilization) */
CL_TRACE_END_L1("tiwlan_drv.ko", "OS", "RX", "");
}
return TI_TRUE;
}
/*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Routine Name: os_timerHandlr
Routine Description:
Just a place holder for timer expiration handling in other OSs.
In Linux, user callback is called directly on OS timer expiry.
Arguments: parm - timer object handle
Return Value: None.
Notes:
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
void os_timerHandlr(unsigned long parm)
{
/* Not needed in Linux (user callback is called directly on OS timer expiry). */
}
/*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Routine Name: os_connectionStatus
Routine Description:
The eSTA-DK will call this API so the OS stack is aware that the
WLAN layer is ready to function.
Arguments:
cStatus = 1; WLAN in ready for network packets
cStatus = 0; WLAN in not ready for network packets
Return Value: None
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
TI_INT32 os_IndicateEvent (TI_HANDLE OsContext, IPC_EV_DATA* pData)
{
IPC_EVENT_PARAMS *pInParam = &pData->EvParams;
TWlanDrvIfObj *drv = (TWlanDrvIfObj *)OsContext;
/*TI_UINT8 AuthBuf[sizeof(TI_UINT32) + sizeof(OS_802_11_AUTHENTICATION_REQUEST)];*/
ti_nodprintf(TIWLAN_LOG_INFO, "\n os_ConnectionStatus Event 0x%08x \n", CsStatus->Event);
switch(pInParam->uEventType)
{
case IPC_EVENT_ASSOCIATED:
if (drv->netdev != NULL)
netif_carrier_on(drv->netdev);
break;
case IPC_EVENT_DISASSOCIATED:
if (drv->netdev != NULL)
netif_carrier_off(drv->netdev);
break;
case IPC_EVENT_LINK_SPEED:
drv->tCommon.uLinkSpeed = (*(TI_UINT32*)pData->uBuffer * 10000) / 2;
ti_nodprintf(TIWLAN_LOG_INFO, "\n Link Speed = 0x%08x \n",drv->tCommon.uLinkSpeed);
break;
}
return TI_OK;
}
/******************************************************************************/
void os_disableIrq (TI_HANDLE OsContext)
{
TWlanDrvIfObj *drv = (TWlanDrvIfObj *)OsContext;
disable_irq (drv->irq);
}
void os_enableIrq (TI_HANDLE OsContext)
{
TWlanDrvIfObj *drv = (TWlanDrvIfObj *)OsContext;
enable_irq (drv->irq);
}
/*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Routine Name: os_InterruptServiced
Routine Description: Called when IRQ line is not asserted any more
(i.e. we can enable IRQ in Level sensitive platform)
Arguments: OsContext - handle to OS context
Return Value: none
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
void os_InterruptServiced (TI_HANDLE OsContext)
{
/* To be implemented with Level IRQ */
}
/*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Routine Name: os_wake_lock_timeout
Routine Description: Called to prevent system from suspend for some time
Arguments: OsContext - handle to OS context
Return Value: packet counter
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
int os_wake_lock_timeout (TI_HANDLE OsContext)
{
TWlanDrvIfObj *drv = (TWlanDrvIfObj *)OsContext;
int ret = 0;
unsigned long flags;
if (drv) {
spin_lock_irqsave(&drv->lock, flags);
ret = drv->wl_packet;
if (drv->wl_packet) {
drv->wl_packet = 0;
#ifdef CONFIG_HAS_WAKELOCK
wake_lock_timeout(&drv->wl_rxwake, (HZ >> 1));
#endif
}
spin_unlock_irqrestore(&drv->lock, flags);
}
/* printk("%s: %d\n", __func__, ret); */
return ret;
}
/*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Routine Name: os_wake_lock_timeout_enable
Routine Description: Called to set flag for suspend prevention for some time
Arguments: OsContext - handle to OS context
Return Value: packet counter
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
int os_wake_lock_timeout_enable (TI_HANDLE OsContext)
{
TWlanDrvIfObj *drv = (TWlanDrvIfObj *)OsContext;
unsigned long flags;
int ret = 0;
if (drv) {
spin_lock_irqsave(&drv->lock, flags);
ret = drv->wl_packet = 1;
spin_unlock_irqrestore(&drv->lock, flags);
}
return ret;
}
/*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Routine Name: os_wake_lock
Routine Description: Called to prevent system from suspend
Arguments: OsContext - handle to OS context
Return Value: wake_lock counter
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
int os_wake_lock (TI_HANDLE OsContext)
{
TWlanDrvIfObj *drv = (TWlanDrvIfObj *)OsContext;
int ret = 0;
unsigned long flags;
if (drv) {
spin_lock_irqsave(&drv->lock, flags);
#ifdef CONFIG_HAS_WAKELOCK
if (!drv->wl_count)
wake_lock(&drv->wl_wifi);
#endif
drv->wl_count++;
ret = drv->wl_count;
spin_unlock_irqrestore(&drv->lock, flags);
}
/* printk("%s: %d\n", __func__, ret); */
return ret;
}
/*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Routine Name: os_wake_unlock
Routine Description: Called to allow system to suspend
Arguments: OsContext - handle to OS context
Return Value: wake_lock counter
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
int os_wake_unlock (TI_HANDLE OsContext)
{
TWlanDrvIfObj *drv = (TWlanDrvIfObj *)OsContext;
int ret = 0;
unsigned long flags;
if (drv) {
spin_lock_irqsave(&drv->lock, flags);
if (drv->wl_count) {
drv->wl_count--;
#ifdef CONFIG_HAS_WAKELOCK
if (!drv->wl_count)
wake_unlock(&drv->wl_wifi);
#endif
ret = drv->wl_count;
}
spin_unlock_irqrestore(&drv->lock, flags);
}
/* printk("%s: %d\n", __func__, ret); */
return ret;
}
/*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Routine Name: os_RequestSchedule
Routine Description:
Arguments:
Return Value: TI_OK
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
int os_RequestSchedule (TI_HANDLE OsContext)
{
TWlanDrvIfObj *drv = (TWlanDrvIfObj *)OsContext;
/* Note: The performance trace below doesn't inclose the schedule
* itself because the rescheduling can occur immediately and call
* os_RequestSchedule again which will confuse the trace tools */
CL_TRACE_START_L3();
CL_TRACE_END_L3("tiwlan_drv.ko", "OS", "TASK", "");
if( !queue_work(drv->tiwlan_wq, &drv->tWork) ) {
/* printk("%s: Fail\n",__func__); */
return TI_NOK;
}
return TI_OK;
}
/*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Routine Name: os_SignalObjectCreate
Routine Description:
Arguments:
Return Value: TI_OK
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
void *os_SignalObjectCreate (TI_HANDLE OsContext)
{
struct completion *myPtr;
myPtr = os_memoryAlloc(OsContext, sizeof(struct completion));
if (myPtr)
init_completion (myPtr);
return (myPtr);
}
/*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Routine Name: os_SignalObjectWait
Routine Description:
Arguments:
Return Value: TI_OK
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
int os_SignalObjectWait (TI_HANDLE OsContext, void *signalObject)
{
if (!signalObject)
return TI_NOK;
if (!wait_for_completion_timeout((struct completion *)signalObject,
msecs_to_jiffies(10000))) {
printk("tiwlan: 10 sec %s timeout\n", __func__);
}
return TI_OK;
}
/*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Routine Name: os_SignalObjectSet
Routine Description:
Arguments:
Return Value: TI_OK
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
int os_SignalObjectSet (TI_HANDLE OsContext, void *signalObject)
{
if (!signalObject)
return TI_NOK;
complete ((struct completion *)signalObject);
return TI_OK;
}
/*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Routine Name: os_SignalObjectFree
Routine Description:
Arguments:
Return Value: TI_OK
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
int os_SignalObjectFree (TI_HANDLE OsContext, void *signalObject)
{
if (!signalObject)
return TI_NOK;
os_memoryFree(OsContext, signalObject, sizeof(struct completion));
return TI_OK;
}
/**
* \fn os_Trace
* \brief Prepare and send trace message to the logger.
*
* \param OsContext - The OS handle
* \param uLevel - Severity level of the trace message
* \param uFileId - Source file ID of the trace message
* \param uLineNum - Line number of the trace message
* \param uParamsNum - Number of parameters in the trace message
* \param ... - The trace message parameters
*
* \return void
*/
void os_Trace (TI_HANDLE OsContext, TI_UINT32 uLevel, TI_UINT32 uFileId, TI_UINT32 uLineNum, TI_UINT32 uParamsNum, ...)
{
TI_UINT32 index;
TI_UINT32 uParam;
TI_UINT32 uMaxParamValue = 0;
TI_UINT32 uMsgLen = TRACE_MSG_MIN_LENGTH;
TI_UINT8 aMsg[TRACE_MSG_MAX_LENGTH] = {0};
TTraceMsg *pMsgHdr = (TTraceMsg *)&aMsg[0];
TI_UINT8 *pMsgData = &aMsg[0] + sizeof(TTraceMsg);
va_list list;
if (!bRedirectOutputToLogger)
{
return;
}
if (uParamsNum > TRACE_MSG_MAX_PARAMS)
{
uParamsNum = TRACE_MSG_MAX_PARAMS;
}
/* sync on the parameters */
va_start(list, uParamsNum);
/* find the longest parameter */
for (index = 0; index < uParamsNum; index++)
{
/* get parameter from the stack */
uParam = va_arg (list, TI_UINT32);
/* save the longest parameter at variable 'uMaxParamValue' */
if (uParam > uMaxParamValue)
{
uMaxParamValue = uParam;
}
/* 32 bit parameter is the longest possible - get out of the loop */
if (uMaxParamValue > UINT16_MAX_VAL)
{
break;
}
}
/* Set msg length and format according to the biggest parameter value (8/16/32 bits) */
if (uMaxParamValue > UINT16_MAX_VAL)
{
pMsgHdr->uFormat = TRACE_FORMAT_32_BITS_PARAMS;
uMsgLen += uParamsNum * sizeof(TI_UINT32);
}
else if (uMaxParamValue > UINT8_MAX_VAL)
{
pMsgHdr->uFormat = TRACE_FORMAT_16_BITS_PARAMS;
uMsgLen += uParamsNum * sizeof(TI_UINT16);
}
else
{
pMsgHdr->uFormat = TRACE_FORMAT_8_BITS_PARAMS;
uMsgLen += uParamsNum;
}
/* Fill all other header information */
pMsgHdr->uLevel = (TI_UINT8)uLevel;
pMsgHdr->uParamsNum = (TI_UINT8)uParamsNum;
pMsgHdr->uFileId = (TI_UINT16)uFileId;
pMsgHdr->uLineNum = (TI_UINT16)uLineNum;
/* re-sync on the parameters */
va_start(list, uParamsNum);
/* add the parameters */
for (index = 0; index < uParamsNum; index++)
{
/* get parameter from the stack */
uParam = va_arg(list, TI_UINT32);
/* insert the parameter and increment msg pointer */
switch(pMsgHdr->uFormat)
{
case TRACE_FORMAT_8_BITS_PARAMS:
INSERT_BYTE(pMsgData, uParam);
break;
case TRACE_FORMAT_16_BITS_PARAMS:
INSERT_2_BYTES(pMsgData, uParam);
break;
case TRACE_FORMAT_32_BITS_PARAMS:
INSERT_4_BYTES(pMsgData, uParam);
break;
default:
va_end(list);
return;
}
}
va_end(list);
/* Send the trace message to the logger */
SendLoggerData(OsContext, aMsg, (TI_UINT16)uMsgLen);
}
/*--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/**
* \fn os_SetDrvThreadPriority
* \brief Called upon init to set WLAN driver thread priority.
* Currently not supported in Linux.
*
* \param OsContext - The OS handle
* \param uWlanDrvThreadPriority - The WLAN driver thread priority
* \return
*/
void os_SetDrvThreadPriority (TI_HANDLE OsContext, TI_UINT32 uWlanDrvThreadPriority)
{
}