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Merge pull request #10983 from thinkyhead/bf2_xon_xoff_changes

[2.0.x] Serial handshaking fixes / debug
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Scott Lahteine 2 years ago
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5 changed files with 615 additions and 315 deletions
  1. +282
    -158
      Marlin/src/HAL/HAL_AVR/MarlinSerial.cpp
  2. +25
    -7
      Marlin/src/HAL/HAL_AVR/MarlinSerial.h
  3. +274
    -147
      Marlin/src/HAL/HAL_DUE/MarlinSerial_Due.cpp
  4. +17
    -3
      Marlin/src/HAL/HAL_DUE/MarlinSerial_Due.h
  5. +17
    -0
      Marlin/src/gcode/control/M111.cpp

+ 282
- 158
Marlin/src/HAL/HAL_AVR/MarlinSerial.cpp View File

@@ -56,16 +56,15 @@
ring_buffer_r rx_buffer = { { 0 }, 0, 0 };
#if TX_BUFFER_SIZE > 0
ring_buffer_t tx_buffer = { { 0 }, 0, 0 };
static bool _written;
#endif
static bool _written;
#endif

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_XON_XOFF)
constexpr uint8_t XON_XOFF_CHAR_SENT = 0x80; // XON / XOFF Character was sent
constexpr uint8_t XON_XOFF_CHAR_MASK = 0x1F; // XON / XOFF character to send
constexpr uint8_t XON_XOFF_CHAR_SENT = 0x80, // XON / XOFF Character was sent
XON_XOFF_CHAR_MASK = 0x1F; // XON / XOFF character to send
// XON / XOFF character definitions
constexpr uint8_t XON_CHAR = 17;
constexpr uint8_t XOFF_CHAR = 19;
constexpr uint8_t XON_CHAR = 17, XOFF_CHAR = 19;
uint8_t xon_xoff_state = XON_XOFF_CHAR_SENT | XON_CHAR;
#endif

@@ -73,6 +72,14 @@
uint8_t rx_dropped_bytes = 0;
#endif

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_RX_BUFFER_OVERRUNS)
uint8_t rx_buffer_overruns = 0;
#endif

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_RX_FRAMING_ERRORS)
uint8_t rx_framing_errors = 0;
#endif

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_MAX_RX_QUEUED)
ring_buffer_pos_t rx_max_enqueued = 0;
#endif
@@ -91,125 +98,209 @@
static EmergencyParser::State emergency_state; // = EP_RESET
#endif

const ring_buffer_pos_t h = rx_buffer.head,
i = (ring_buffer_pos_t)(h + 1) & (ring_buffer_pos_t)(RX_BUFFER_SIZE - 1);
// Get the tail - Nothing can alter its value while we are at this ISR
const ring_buffer_pos_t t = rx_buffer.tail;

// Get the head pointer
ring_buffer_pos_t h = rx_buffer.head;

// Get the next element
ring_buffer_pos_t i = (ring_buffer_pos_t)(h + 1) & (ring_buffer_pos_t)(RX_BUFFER_SIZE - 1);

// Read the character
const uint8_t c = M_UDRx;
// This must read the M_UCSRxA register before reading the received byte to detect error causes
#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_DROPPED_RX)
if (TEST(M_UCSRxA, M_DORx) && !++rx_dropped_bytes) --rx_dropped_bytes;
#endif

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_RX_BUFFER_OVERRUNS)
if (TEST(M_UCSRxA, M_DORx) && !++rx_buffer_overruns) --rx_buffer_overruns;
#endif

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_RX_FRAMING_ERRORS)
if (TEST(M_UCSRxA, M_FEx) && !++rx_framing_errors) --rx_framing_errors;
#endif

// Read the character from the USART
uint8_t c = M_UDRx;

#if ENABLED(EMERGENCY_PARSER)
emergency_parser.update(emergency_state, c);
#endif

// If the character is to be stored at the index just before the tail
// (such that the head would advance to the current tail), the buffer is
// critical, so don't write the character or advance the head.
if (i != rx_buffer.tail) {
// (such that the head would advance to the current tail), the RX FIFO is
// full, so don't write the character or advance the head.
if (i != t) {
rx_buffer.buffer[h] = c;
rx_buffer.head = i;
}
else {
#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_DROPPED_RX)
if (!++rx_dropped_bytes) ++rx_dropped_bytes;
#endif
h = i;
}
#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_DROPPED_RX)
else if (!++rx_dropped_bytes) --rx_dropped_bytes;
#endif

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_MAX_RX_QUEUED)
// calculate count of bytes stored into the RX buffer
ring_buffer_pos_t rx_count = (ring_buffer_pos_t)(rx_buffer.head - rx_buffer.tail) & (ring_buffer_pos_t)(RX_BUFFER_SIZE - 1);
// Calculate count of bytes stored into the RX buffer
const ring_buffer_pos_t rx_count = (ring_buffer_pos_t)(h - t) & (ring_buffer_pos_t)(RX_BUFFER_SIZE - 1);

// Keep track of the maximum count of enqueued bytes
NOLESS(rx_max_enqueued, rx_count);
#endif

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_XON_XOFF)

// for high speed transfers, we can use XON/XOFF protocol to do
// software handshake and avoid overruns.
// If the last char that was sent was an XON
if ((xon_xoff_state & XON_XOFF_CHAR_MASK) == XON_CHAR) {

// calculate count of bytes stored into the RX buffer
ring_buffer_pos_t rx_count = (ring_buffer_pos_t)(rx_buffer.head - rx_buffer.tail) & (ring_buffer_pos_t)(RX_BUFFER_SIZE - 1);
// Bytes stored into the RX buffer
const ring_buffer_pos_t rx_count = (ring_buffer_pos_t)(h - t) & (ring_buffer_pos_t)(RX_BUFFER_SIZE - 1);

// if we are above 12.5% of RX buffer capacity, send XOFF before
// we run out of RX buffer space .. We need 325 bytes @ 250kbits/s to
// let the host react and stop sending bytes. This translates to 13mS
// propagation time.
// If over 12.5% of RX buffer capacity, send XOFF before running out of
// RX buffer space .. 325 bytes @ 250kbits/s needed to let the host react
// and stop sending bytes. This translates to 13mS propagation time.
if (rx_count >= (RX_BUFFER_SIZE) / 8) {

// If TX interrupts are disabled and data register is empty,
// just write the byte to the data register and be done. This
// shortcut helps significantly improve the effective datarate
// at high (>500kbit/s) bitrates, where interrupt overhead
// becomes a slowdown.
if (!TEST(M_UCSRxB, M_UDRIEx) && TEST(M_UCSRxA, M_UDREx)) {

// Send an XOFF character
M_UDRx = XOFF_CHAR;

// clear the TXC bit -- "can be cleared by writing a one to its bit
// location". This makes sure flush() won't return until the bytes
// actually got written
SBI(M_UCSRxA, M_TXCx);

// And remember it was sent
xon_xoff_state = XOFF_CHAR | XON_XOFF_CHAR_SENT;
// At this point, definitely no TX interrupt was executing, since the TX isr can't be preempted.
// Don't enable the TX interrupt here as a means to trigger the XOFF char, because if it happens
// to be in the middle of trying to disable the RX interrupt in the main program, eventually the
// enabling of the TX interrupt could be undone. The ONLY reliable thing this can do to ensure
// the sending of the XOFF char is to send it HERE AND NOW.

// About to send the XOFF char
xon_xoff_state = XOFF_CHAR | XON_XOFF_CHAR_SENT;

// Wait until the TX register becomes empty and send it - Here there could be a problem
// - While waiting for the TX register to empty, the RX register could receive a new
// character. This must also handle that situation!
while (!TEST(M_UCSRxA, M_UDREx)) {

if (TEST(M_UCSRxA,M_RXCx)) {
// A char arrived while waiting for the TX buffer to be empty - Receive and process it!

i = (ring_buffer_pos_t)(h + 1) & (ring_buffer_pos_t)(RX_BUFFER_SIZE - 1);

// Read the character from the USART
c = M_UDRx;

#if ENABLED(EMERGENCY_PARSER)
emergency_parser.update(emergency_state, c);
#endif

// If the character is to be stored at the index just before the tail
// (such that the head would advance to the current tail), the FIFO is
// full, so don't write the character or advance the head.
if (i != t) {
rx_buffer.buffer[h] = c;
h = i;
}
#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_DROPPED_RX)
else if (!++rx_dropped_bytes) --rx_dropped_bytes;
#endif
}
sw_barrier();
}
else {
// TX interrupts disabled, but buffer still not empty ... or
// TX interrupts enabled. Reenable TX ints and schedule XOFF
// character to be sent
#if TX_BUFFER_SIZE > 0
SBI(M_UCSRxB, M_UDRIEx);
xon_xoff_state = XOFF_CHAR;
#else
// We are not using TX interrupts, we will have to send this manually
while (!TEST(M_UCSRxA, M_UDREx)) sw_barrier();
M_UDRx = XOFF_CHAR;

// clear the TXC bit -- "can be cleared by writing a one to its bit
// location". This makes sure flush() won't return until the bytes
// actually got written
SBI(M_UCSRxA, M_TXCx);

// And remember we already sent it
xon_xoff_state = XOFF_CHAR | XON_XOFF_CHAR_SENT;
#endif

M_UDRx = XOFF_CHAR;

// Clear the TXC bit -- "can be cleared by writing a one to its bit
// location". This makes sure flush() won't return until the bytes
// actually got written
SBI(M_UCSRxA, M_TXCx);

// At this point there could be a race condition between the write() function
// and this sending of the XOFF char. This interrupt could happen between the
// wait to be empty TX buffer loop and the actual write of the character. Since
// the TX buffer is full because it's sending the XOFF char, the only way to be
// sure the write() function will succeed is to wait for the XOFF char to be
// completely sent. Since an extra character could be received during the wait
// it must also be handled!
while (!TEST(M_UCSRxA, M_UDREx)) {

if (TEST(M_UCSRxA,M_RXCx)) {
// A char arrived while waiting for the TX buffer to be empty - Receive and process it!

i = (ring_buffer_pos_t)(h + 1) & (ring_buffer_pos_t)(RX_BUFFER_SIZE - 1);

// Read the character from the USART
c = M_UDRx;

#if ENABLED(EMERGENCY_PARSER)
emergency_parser.update(emergency_state, c);
#endif

// If the character is to be stored at the index just before the tail
// (such that the head would advance to the current tail), the FIFO is
// full, so don't write the character or advance the head.
if (i != t) {
rx_buffer.buffer[h] = c;
h = i;
}
#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_DROPPED_RX)
else if (!++rx_dropped_bytes) --rx_dropped_bytes;
#endif
}
sw_barrier();
}

// At this point everything is ready. The write() function won't
// have any issues writing to the UART TX register if it needs to!
}
}
#endif // SERIAL_XON_XOFF

#if ENABLED(EMERGENCY_PARSER)
emergency_parser.update(emergency_state, c);
#endif
// Store the new head value
rx_buffer.head = h;
}

#if TX_BUFFER_SIZE > 0

// (called with TX irqs disabled)
FORCE_INLINE void _tx_udr_empty_irq(void) {
// If interrupts are enabled, there must be more data in the output
// buffer.

// Read positions
uint8_t t = tx_buffer.tail;
const uint8_t h = tx_buffer.head;

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_XON_XOFF)
// Do a priority insertion of an XON/XOFF char, if needed.
const uint8_t state = xon_xoff_state;
if (!(state & XON_XOFF_CHAR_SENT)) {
M_UDRx = state & XON_XOFF_CHAR_MASK;
xon_xoff_state = state | XON_XOFF_CHAR_SENT;
// If an XON char is pending to be sent, do it now
if (xon_xoff_state == XON_CHAR) {

// Send the character
M_UDRx = XON_CHAR;

// clear the TXC bit -- "can be cleared by writing a one to its bit
// location". This makes sure flush() won't return until the bytes
// actually got written
SBI(M_UCSRxA, M_TXCx);

// Remember we sent it.
xon_xoff_state = XON_CHAR | XON_XOFF_CHAR_SENT;

// If nothing else to transmit, just disable TX interrupts.
if (h == t) CBI(M_UCSRxB, M_UDRIEx); // (Non-atomic, could be reenabled by the main program, but eventually this will succeed)

return;
}
else
#endif
{ // Send the next byte
const uint8_t t = tx_buffer.tail, c = tx_buffer.buffer[t];
tx_buffer.tail = (t + 1) & (TX_BUFFER_SIZE - 1);
M_UDRx = c;

// If nothing to transmit, just disable TX interrupts. This could
// happen as the result of the non atomicity of the disabling of RX
// interrupts that could end reenabling TX interrupts as a side effect.
if (h == t) {
CBI(M_UCSRxB, M_UDRIEx); // (Non-atomic, could be reenabled by the main program, but eventually this will succeed)
return;
}

// clear the TXC bit -- "can be cleared by writing a one to its bit
// location". This makes sure flush() won't return until the bytes
// actually got written
// There is something to TX, Send the next byte
const uint8_t c = tx_buffer.buffer[t];
t = (t + 1) & (TX_BUFFER_SIZE - 1);
M_UDRx = c;
tx_buffer.tail = t;

// Clear the TXC bit (by writing a one to its bit location).
// Ensures flush() won't return until the bytes are actually written/
SBI(M_UCSRxA, M_TXCx);

// Disable interrupts if the buffer is empty
if (tx_buffer.head == tx_buffer.tail)
CBI(M_UCSRxB, M_UDRIEx);
// Disable interrupts if there is nothing to transmit following this byte
if (h == t) CBI(M_UCSRxB, M_UDRIEx); // (Non-atomic, could be reenabled by the main program, but eventually this will succeed)
}

#ifdef M_USARTx_UDRE_vect
@@ -253,8 +344,8 @@
SBI(M_UCSRxB, M_RXCIEx);
#if TX_BUFFER_SIZE > 0
CBI(M_UCSRxB, M_UDRIEx);
_written = false;
#endif
_written = false;
}

void MarlinSerial::end() {
@@ -281,11 +372,11 @@
}

int MarlinSerial::read(void) {
int v;

#if RX_BUFFER_SIZE > 256
// Disable RX interrupts to ensure atomic reads
const bool isr_enabled = TEST(M_UCSRxB, M_RXCIEx);
// Disable RX interrupts to ensure atomic reads - This could reenable TX interrupts,
// but this situation is explicitly handled at the TX isr, so no problems there
bool isr_enabled = TEST(M_UCSRxB, M_RXCIEx);
CBI(M_UCSRxB, M_RXCIEx);
#endif

@@ -298,43 +389,50 @@

ring_buffer_pos_t t = rx_buffer.tail;

if (h == t)
v = -1;
else {
v = rx_buffer.buffer[t];
t = (ring_buffer_pos_t)(t + 1) & (RX_BUFFER_SIZE - 1);

#if RX_BUFFER_SIZE > 256
// Disable RX interrupts to ensure atomic write to tail, so
// the RX isr can't read partially updated values
const bool isr_enabled = TEST(M_UCSRxB, M_RXCIEx);
CBI(M_UCSRxB, M_RXCIEx);
#endif
// If nothing to read, return now
if (h == t) return -1;

// Advance tail
rx_buffer.tail = t;
// Get the next char
const int v = rx_buffer.buffer[t];
t = (ring_buffer_pos_t)(t + 1) & (RX_BUFFER_SIZE - 1);

#if RX_BUFFER_SIZE > 256
// End critical section
if (isr_enabled) SBI(M_UCSRxB, M_RXCIEx);
#endif
#if RX_BUFFER_SIZE > 256
// Disable RX interrupts to ensure atomic write to tail, so
// the RX isr can't read partially updated values - This could
// reenable TX interrupts, but this situation is explicitly
// handled at the TX isr, so no problems there
isr_enabled = TEST(M_UCSRxB, M_RXCIEx);
CBI(M_UCSRxB, M_RXCIEx);
#endif

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_XON_XOFF)
if ((xon_xoff_state & XON_XOFF_CHAR_MASK) == XOFF_CHAR) {
// Advance tail
rx_buffer.tail = t;

// Get count of bytes in the RX buffer
ring_buffer_pos_t rx_count = (ring_buffer_pos_t)(h - t) & (ring_buffer_pos_t)(RX_BUFFER_SIZE - 1);
#if RX_BUFFER_SIZE > 256
// End critical section
if (isr_enabled) SBI(M_UCSRxB, M_RXCIEx);
#endif

// When below 10% of RX buffer capacity, send XON before
// running out of RX buffer bytes
if (rx_count < (RX_BUFFER_SIZE) / 10) {
#if ENABLED(SERIAL_XON_XOFF)
// If the XOFF char was sent, or about to be sent...
if ((xon_xoff_state & XON_XOFF_CHAR_MASK) == XOFF_CHAR) {
// Get count of bytes in the RX buffer
const ring_buffer_pos_t rx_count = (ring_buffer_pos_t)(h - t) & (ring_buffer_pos_t)(RX_BUFFER_SIZE - 1);
if (rx_count < (RX_BUFFER_SIZE) / 10) {
#if TX_BUFFER_SIZE > 0
// Signal we want an XON character to be sent.
xon_xoff_state = XON_CHAR;
// Enable TX isr. Non atomic, but it will eventually enable them
SBI(M_UCSRxB, M_UDRIEx);
#else
// If not using TX interrupts, we must send the XON char now
xon_xoff_state = XON_CHAR | XON_XOFF_CHAR_SENT;
write(XON_CHAR);
return v;
}
while (!TEST(M_UCSRxA, M_UDREx)) sw_barrier();
M_UDRx = XON_CHAR;
#endif
}
#endif
}
}
#endif

return v;
}
@@ -367,9 +465,19 @@
#endif

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_XON_XOFF)
// If the XOFF char was sent, or about to be sent...
if ((xon_xoff_state & XON_XOFF_CHAR_MASK) == XOFF_CHAR) {
xon_xoff_state = XON_CHAR | XON_XOFF_CHAR_SENT;
write(XON_CHAR);
#if TX_BUFFER_SIZE > 0
// Signal we want an XON character to be sent.
xon_xoff_state = XON_CHAR;
// Enable TX isr. Non atomic, but it will eventually enable it.
SBI(M_UCSRxB, M_UDRIEx);
#else
// If not using TX interrupts, we must send the XON char now
xon_xoff_state = XON_CHAR | XON_XOFF_CHAR_SENT;
while (!TEST(M_UCSRxA, M_UDREx)) sw_barrier();
M_UDRx = XON_CHAR;
#endif
}
#endif
}
@@ -383,6 +491,8 @@
// be done. This shortcut helps significantly improve the
// effective datarate at high (>500kbit/s) bitrates, where
// interrupt overhead becomes a slowdown.
// Yes, there is a race condition between the sending of the
// XOFF char at the RX isr, but it is properly handled there
if (!TEST(M_UCSRxB, M_UDRIEx) && TEST(M_UCSRxA, M_UDREx)) {
M_UDRx = c;

@@ -395,61 +505,79 @@

const uint8_t i = (tx_buffer.head + 1) & (TX_BUFFER_SIZE - 1);

// If the output buffer is full, there's nothing for it other than to
// wait for the interrupt handler to empty it a bit
while (i == tx_buffer.tail) {
if (!ISRS_ENABLED()) {
// Interrupts are disabled, so we'll have to poll the data
// register empty flag ourselves. If it is set, pretend an
// interrupt has happened and call the handler to free up
// space for us.
if (TEST(M_UCSRxA, M_UDREx))
_tx_udr_empty_irq();
}
// (else , the interrupt handler will free up space for us)
// If global interrupts are disabled (as the result of being called from an ISR)...
if (!ISRS_ENABLED()) {

// Make room by polling if it is possible to transmit, and do so!
while (i == tx_buffer.tail) {

// If we can transmit another byte, do it.
if (TEST(M_UCSRxA, M_UDREx)) _tx_udr_empty_irq();

// Make sure compiler rereads tx_buffer.tail
sw_barrier();
// Make sure compiler rereads tx_buffer.tail
sw_barrier();
}
}
else {
// Interrupts are enabled, just wait until there is space
while (i == tx_buffer.tail) { sw_barrier(); }
}

// Store new char. head is always safe to move
tx_buffer.buffer[tx_buffer.head] = c;
tx_buffer.head = i;

// Enable TX isr
// Enable TX isr - Non atomic, but it will eventually enable TX isr
SBI(M_UCSRxB, M_UDRIEx);
return;
}

void MarlinSerial::flushTX(void) {
// TX
// If we have never written a byte, no need to flush. This special
// case is needed since there is no way to force the TXC (transmit
// complete) bit to 1 during initialization
if (!_written)
return;
// No bytes written, no need to flush. This special case is needed since there's
// no way to force the TXC (transmit complete) bit to 1 during initialization.
if (!_written) return;

// If global interrupts are disabled (as the result of being called from an ISR)...
if (!ISRS_ENABLED()) {

// Wait until everything was transmitted - We must do polling, as interrupts are disabled
while (tx_buffer.head != tx_buffer.tail || !TEST(M_UCSRxA, M_TXCx)) {

while (TEST(M_UCSRxB, M_UDRIEx) || !TEST(M_UCSRxA, M_TXCx)) {
if (!ISRS_ENABLED()) {
// Interrupts are globally disabled, but the DR empty
// interrupt should be enabled, so poll the DR empty flag to
// prevent deadlock
// If there is more space, send an extra character
if (TEST(M_UCSRxA, M_UDREx))
_tx_udr_empty_irq();

sw_barrier();
}
sw_barrier();
}
// If we get here, nothing is queued anymore (DRIE is disabled) and
else {
// Wait until everything was transmitted
while (tx_buffer.head != tx_buffer.tail || !TEST(M_UCSRxA, M_TXCx)) sw_barrier();
}

// At this point nothing is queued anymore (DRIE is disabled) and
// the hardware finished transmission (TXC is set).
}

#else // TX_BUFFER_SIZE == 0

void MarlinSerial::write(const uint8_t c) {
_written = true;
while (!TEST(M_UCSRxA, M_UDREx)) sw_barrier();
M_UDRx = c;
}

void MarlinSerial::flushTX(void) {
// No bytes written, no need to flush. This special case is needed since there's
// no way to force the TXC (transmit complete) bit to 1 during initialization.
if (!_written) return;

// Wait until everything was transmitted
while (!TEST(M_UCSRxA, M_TXCx)) sw_barrier();

// At this point nothing is queued anymore (DRIE is disabled) and
// the hardware finished transmission (TXC is set).
}
#endif // TX_BUFFER_SIZE == 0

/**
@@ -473,13 +601,9 @@
}

void MarlinSerial::print(long n, int base) {
if (base == 0)
write(n);
if (base == 0) write(n);
else if (base == 10) {
if (n < 0) {
print('-');
n = -n;
}
if (n < 0) { print('-'); n = -n; }
printNumber(n, 10);
}
else


+ 25
- 7
Marlin/src/HAL/HAL_AVR/MarlinSerial.h View File

@@ -62,6 +62,9 @@
#define M_TXCx SERIAL_REGNAME(TXC,SERIAL_PORT,)
#define M_RXCIEx SERIAL_REGNAME(RXCIE,SERIAL_PORT,)
#define M_UDREx SERIAL_REGNAME(UDRE,SERIAL_PORT,)
#define M_FEx SERIAL_REGNAME(FE,SERIAL_PORT,)
#define M_DORx SERIAL_REGNAME(DOR,SERIAL_PORT,)
#define M_UPEx SERIAL_REGNAME(UPE,SERIAL_PORT,)
#define M_UDRIEx SERIAL_REGNAME(UDRIE,SERIAL_PORT,)
#define M_UDRx SERIAL_REGNAME(UDR,SERIAL_PORT,)
#define M_UBRRxH SERIAL_REGNAME(UBRR,SERIAL_PORT,H)
@@ -75,6 +78,7 @@
#define HEX 16
#define OCT 8
#define BIN 2
#define BYTE 0

#ifndef USBCON
// We're using a ring buffer (I think), in which rx_buffer_head is the index of the
@@ -90,6 +94,14 @@
extern uint8_t rx_dropped_bytes;
#endif

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_RX_BUFFER_OVERRUNS)
extern uint8_t rx_buffer_overruns;
#endif

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_RX_FRAMING_ERRORS)
extern uint8_t rx_framing_errors;
#endif

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_MAX_RX_QUEUED)
extern ring_buffer_pos_t rx_max_enqueued;
#endif
@@ -105,14 +117,20 @@
static void flush(void);
static ring_buffer_pos_t available(void);
static void write(const uint8_t c);
#if TX_BUFFER_SIZE > 0
static void flushTX(void);
#endif
static void flushTX(void);

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_DROPPED_RX)
FORCE_INLINE static uint32_t dropped() { return rx_dropped_bytes; }
#endif

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_RX_BUFFER_OVERRUNS)
FORCE_INLINE static uint32_t buffer_overruns() { return rx_buffer_overruns; }
#endif

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_RX_FRAMING_ERRORS)
FORCE_INLINE static uint32_t framing_errors() { return rx_framing_errors; }
#endif

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_MAX_RX_QUEUED)
FORCE_INLINE static ring_buffer_pos_t rxMaxEnqueued() { return rx_max_enqueued; }
#endif
@@ -122,8 +140,8 @@
FORCE_INLINE static void print(const String& s) { for (int i = 0; i < (int)s.length(); i++) write(s[i]); }
FORCE_INLINE static void print(const char* str) { write(str); }

static void print(char, int = 0);
static void print(unsigned char, int = 0);
static void print(char, int = BYTE);
static void print(unsigned char, int = BYTE);
static void print(int, int = DEC);
static void print(unsigned int, int = DEC);
static void print(long, int = DEC);
@@ -132,8 +150,8 @@

static void println(const String& s);
static void println(const char[]);
static void println(char, int = 0);
static void println(unsigned char, int = 0);
static void println(char, int = BYTE);
static void println(unsigned char, int = BYTE);
static void println(int, int = DEC);
static void println(unsigned int, int = DEC);
static void println(long, int = DEC);


+ 274
- 147
Marlin/src/HAL/HAL_DUE/MarlinSerial_Due.cpp View File

@@ -74,15 +74,14 @@
ring_buffer_r rx_buffer = { { 0 }, 0, 0 };
#if TX_BUFFER_SIZE > 0
ring_buffer_t tx_buffer = { { 0 }, 0, 0 };
static bool _written;
#endif
static bool _written;

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_XON_XOFF)
constexpr uint8_t XON_XOFF_CHAR_SENT = 0x80; // XON / XOFF Character was sent
constexpr uint8_t XON_XOFF_CHAR_MASK = 0x1F; // XON / XOFF character to send
constexpr uint8_t XON_XOFF_CHAR_SENT = 0x80, // XON / XOFF Character was sent
XON_XOFF_CHAR_MASK = 0x1F; // XON / XOFF character to send
// XON / XOFF character definitions
constexpr uint8_t XON_CHAR = 17;
constexpr uint8_t XOFF_CHAR = 19;
constexpr uint8_t XON_CHAR = 17, XOFF_CHAR = 19;
uint8_t xon_xoff_state = XON_XOFF_CHAR_SENT | XON_CHAR;

// Validate that RX buffer size is at least 4096 bytes- According to several experiments, on
@@ -99,6 +98,14 @@
uint8_t rx_dropped_bytes = 0;
#endif

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_RX_BUFFER_OVERRUNS)
uint8_t rx_buffer_overruns = 0;
#endif

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_RX_FRAMING_ERRORS)
uint8_t rx_framing_errors = 0;
#endif

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_MAX_RX_QUEUED)
ring_buffer_pos_t rx_max_enqueued = 0;
#endif
@@ -110,132 +117,218 @@
#include "../../feature/emergency_parser.h"
#endif

// (called with RX interrupts disabled)
FORCE_INLINE void store_rxd_char() {

#if ENABLED(EMERGENCY_PARSER)
static EmergencyParser::State emergency_state; // = EP_RESET
#endif

const ring_buffer_pos_t h = rx_buffer.head,
i = (ring_buffer_pos_t)(h + 1) & (ring_buffer_pos_t)(RX_BUFFER_SIZE - 1);
// Get the tail - Nothing can alter its value while we are at this ISR
const ring_buffer_pos_t t = rx_buffer.tail;

// Get the head pointer
ring_buffer_pos_t h = rx_buffer.head;

// Read the character
const uint8_t c = HWUART->UART_RHR;
// Get the next element
ring_buffer_pos_t i = (ring_buffer_pos_t)(h + 1) & (ring_buffer_pos_t)(RX_BUFFER_SIZE - 1);

// Read the character from the USART
uint8_t c = HWUART->UART_RHR;

#if ENABLED(EMERGENCY_PARSER)
emergency_parser.update(emergency_state, c);
#endif

// If the character is to be stored at the index just before the tail
// (such that the head would advance to the current tail), the buffer is
// critical, so don't write the character or advance the head.
if (i != rx_buffer.tail) {
// (such that the head would advance to the current tail), the RX FIFO is
// full, so don't write the character or advance the head.
if (i != t) {
rx_buffer.buffer[h] = c;
rx_buffer.head = i;
h = i;
}
#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_DROPPED_RX)
else if (!++rx_dropped_bytes) ++rx_dropped_bytes;
else if (!++rx_dropped_bytes) --rx_dropped_bytes;
#endif

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_MAX_RX_QUEUED)
// calculate count of bytes stored into the RX buffer
ring_buffer_pos_t rx_count = (ring_buffer_pos_t)(rx_buffer.head - rx_buffer.tail) & (ring_buffer_pos_t)(RX_BUFFER_SIZE - 1);
const ring_buffer_pos_t rx_count = (ring_buffer_pos_t)(h - t) & (ring_buffer_pos_t)(RX_BUFFER_SIZE - 1);
// Calculate count of bytes stored into the RX buffer

// Keep track of the maximum count of enqueued bytes
NOLESS(rx_max_enqueued, rx_count);
#endif

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_XON_XOFF)

// for high speed transfers, we can use XON/XOFF protocol to do
// software handshake and avoid overruns.
// If the last char that was sent was an XON
if ((xon_xoff_state & XON_XOFF_CHAR_MASK) == XON_CHAR) {

// calculate count of bytes stored into the RX buffer
ring_buffer_pos_t rx_count = (ring_buffer_pos_t)(rx_buffer.head - rx_buffer.tail) & (ring_buffer_pos_t)(RX_BUFFER_SIZE - 1);
// Bytes stored into the RX buffer
const ring_buffer_pos_t rx_count = (ring_buffer_pos_t)(h - t) & (ring_buffer_pos_t)(RX_BUFFER_SIZE - 1);

// if we are above 12.5% of RX buffer capacity, send XOFF before
// we run out of RX buffer space .. We need 325 bytes @ 250kbits/s to
// let the host react and stop sending bytes. This translates to 13mS
// propagation time.
// If over 12.5% of RX buffer capacity, send XOFF before running out of
// RX buffer space .. 325 bytes @ 250kbits/s needed to let the host react
// and stop sending bytes. This translates to 13mS propagation time.
if (rx_count >= (RX_BUFFER_SIZE) / 8) {
// If TX interrupts are disabled and data register is empty,
// just write the byte to the data register and be done. This
// shortcut helps significantly improve the effective datarate
// at high (>500kbit/s) bitrates, where interrupt overhead
// becomes a slowdown.
if (!(HWUART->UART_IMR & UART_IMR_TXRDY) && (HWUART->UART_SR & UART_SR_TXRDY)) {
// Send an XOFF character
HWUART->UART_THR = XOFF_CHAR;

// And remember it was sent
xon_xoff_state = XOFF_CHAR | XON_XOFF_CHAR_SENT;

// At this point, definitely no TX interrupt was executing, since the TX isr can't be preempted.
// Don't enable the TX interrupt here as a means to trigger the XOFF char, because if it happens
// to be in the middle of trying to disable the RX interrupt in the main program, eventually the
// enabling of the TX interrupt could be undone. The ONLY reliable thing this can do to ensure
// the sending of the XOFF char is to send it HERE AND NOW.

// About to send the XOFF char
xon_xoff_state = XOFF_CHAR | XON_XOFF_CHAR_SENT;

// Wait until the TX register becomes empty and send it - Here there could be a problem
// - While waiting for the TX register to empty, the RX register could receive a new
// character. This must also handle that situation!
uint32_t status;
while (!((status = HWUART->UART_SR) & UART_SR_TXRDY)) {

if (status & UART_SR_RXRDY) {
// We received a char while waiting for the TX buffer to be empty - Receive and process it!

i = (ring_buffer_pos_t)(h + 1) & (ring_buffer_pos_t)(RX_BUFFER_SIZE - 1);

// Read the character from the USART
c = HWUART->UART_RHR;

#if ENABLED(EMERGENCY_PARSER)
emergency_parser.update(emergency_state, c);
#endif

// If the character is to be stored at the index just before the tail
// (such that the head would advance to the current tail), the FIFO is
// full, so don't write the character or advance the head.
if (i != t) {
rx_buffer.buffer[h] = c;
h = i;
}
#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_DROPPED_RX)
else if (!++rx_dropped_bytes) --rx_dropped_bytes;
#endif
}
sw_barrier();
}
else {
// TX interrupts disabled, but buffer still not empty ... or
// TX interrupts enabled. Reenable TX ints and schedule XOFF
// character to be sent
#if TX_BUFFER_SIZE > 0
HWUART->UART_IER = UART_IER_TXRDY;
xon_xoff_state = XOFF_CHAR;
#else
// We are not using TX interrupts, we will have to send this manually
while (!(HWUART->UART_SR & UART_SR_TXRDY)) sw_barrier();
HWUART->UART_THR = XOFF_CHAR;
// And remember we already sent it
xon_xoff_state = XOFF_CHAR | XON_XOFF_CHAR_SENT;
#endif

HWUART->UART_THR = XOFF_CHAR;

// At this point there could be a race condition between the write() function
// and this sending of the XOFF char. This interrupt could happen between the
// wait to be empty TX buffer loop and the actual write of the character. Since
// the TX buffer is full because it's sending the XOFF char, the only way to be
// sure the write() function will succeed is to wait for the XOFF char to be
// completely sent. Since an extra character could be received during the wait
// it must also be handled!
while (!((status = HWUART->UART_SR) & UART_SR_TXRDY)) {

if (status & UART_SR_RXRDY) {
// A char arrived while waiting for the TX buffer to be empty - Receive and process it!

i = (ring_buffer_pos_t)(h + 1) & (ring_buffer_pos_t)(RX_BUFFER_SIZE - 1);

// Read the character from the USART
c = HWUART->UART_RHR;

#if ENABLED(EMERGENCY_PARSER)
emergency_parser.update(emergency_state, c);
#endif

// If the character is to be stored at the index just before the tail
// (such that the head would advance to the current tail), the FIFO is
// full, so don't write the character or advance the head.
if (i != t) {
rx_buffer.buffer[h] = c;
h = i;
}
#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_DROPPED_RX)
else if (!++rx_dropped_bytes) --rx_dropped_bytes;
#endif
}
sw_barrier();
}

// At this point everything is ready. The write() function won't
// have any issues writing to the UART TX register if it needs to!
}
}
#endif // SERIAL_XON_XOFF

#if ENABLED(EMERGENCY_PARSER)
emergency_parser.update(emergency_state, c);
#endif
// Store the new head value
rx_buffer.head = h;
}

#if TX_BUFFER_SIZE > 0

FORCE_INLINE void _tx_thr_empty_irq(void) {
// If interrupts are enabled, there must be more data in the output
// buffer.
// Read positions
uint8_t t = tx_buffer.tail;
const uint8_t h = tx_buffer.head;

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_XON_XOFF)
// Do a priority insertion of an XON/XOFF char, if needed.
const uint8_t state = xon_xoff_state;
if (!(state & XON_XOFF_CHAR_SENT)) {
HWUART->UART_THR = state & XON_XOFF_CHAR_MASK;
xon_xoff_state = state | XON_XOFF_CHAR_SENT;
// If an XON char is pending to be sent, do it now
if (xon_xoff_state == XON_CHAR) {

// Send the character
HWUART->UART_THR = XON_CHAR;

// Remember we sent it.
xon_xoff_state = XON_CHAR | XON_XOFF_CHAR_SENT;

// If nothing else to transmit, just disable TX interrupts.
if (h == t) HWUART->UART_IDR = UART_IDR_TXRDY;

return;
}
else
#endif
{ // Send the next byte
const uint8_t t = tx_buffer.tail, c = tx_buffer.buffer[t];
tx_buffer.tail = (t + 1) & (TX_BUFFER_SIZE - 1);
HWUART->UART_THR = c;
}

// Disable interrupts if the buffer is empty
if (tx_buffer.head == tx_buffer.tail)
// If nothing to transmit, just disable TX interrupts. This could
// happen as the result of the non atomicity of the disabling of RX
// interrupts that could end reenabling TX interrupts as a side effect.
if (h == t) {
HWUART->UART_IDR = UART_IDR_TXRDY;
return;
}

// There is something to TX, Send the next byte
const uint8_t c = tx_buffer.buffer[t];
t = (t + 1) & (TX_BUFFER_SIZE - 1);
HWUART->UART_THR = c;
tx_buffer.tail = t;

// Disable interrupts if there is nothing to transmit following this byte
if (h == t) HWUART->UART_IDR = UART_IDR_TXRDY;
}

#endif // TX_BUFFER_SIZE > 0

static void UART_ISR(void) {
uint32_t status = HWUART->UART_SR;
const uint32_t status = HWUART->UART_SR;

// Did we receive data?
if (status & UART_SR_RXRDY)
store_rxd_char();
// Data received?
if (status & UART_SR_RXRDY) store_rxd_char();

#if TX_BUFFER_SIZE > 0
// Do we have something to send, and TX interrupts are enabled (meaning something to send) ?
if ((status & UART_SR_TXRDY) && (HWUART->UART_IMR & UART_IMR_TXRDY))
_tx_thr_empty_irq();
// Something to send, and TX interrupts are enabled (meaning something to send)?
if ((status & UART_SR_TXRDY) && (HWUART->UART_IMR & UART_IMR_TXRDY)) _tx_thr_empty_irq();
#endif

// Acknowledge errors
if ((status & UART_SR_OVRE) || (status & UART_SR_FRAME)) {

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_DROPPED_RX)
if (status & UART_SR_OVRE && !++rx_dropped_bytes) --rx_dropped_bytes;
#endif

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_RX_BUFFER_OVERRUNS)
if (status & UART_SR_OVRE && !++rx_buffer_overruns) --rx_buffer_overruns;
#endif

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_RX_FRAMING_ERRORS)
if (status & UART_SR_FRAME && !++rx_framing_errors) --rx_framing_errors;
#endif

// TODO: error reporting outside ISR
HWUART->UART_CR = UART_CR_RSTSTA;
}
@@ -312,36 +405,40 @@
}

int MarlinSerial::read(void) {
int v;

const ring_buffer_pos_t h = rx_buffer.head;
ring_buffer_pos_t t = rx_buffer.tail;
if (h == t)
v = -1;
else {
v = rx_buffer.buffer[t];
t = (ring_buffer_pos_t)(t + 1) & (RX_BUFFER_SIZE - 1);
// Advance tail
rx_buffer.tail = t;

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_XON_XOFF)
if ((xon_xoff_state & XON_XOFF_CHAR_MASK) == XOFF_CHAR) {
// Get count of bytes in the RX buffer
ring_buffer_pos_t rx_count = (ring_buffer_pos_t)(h - t) & (ring_buffer_pos_t)(RX_BUFFER_SIZE - 1);
// When below 10% of RX buffer capacity, send XON before
// running out of RX buffer bytes
if (rx_count < (RX_BUFFER_SIZE) / 10) {
if (h == t) return -1;

int v = rx_buffer.buffer[t];
t = (ring_buffer_pos_t)(t + 1) & (RX_BUFFER_SIZE - 1);

// Advance tail
rx_buffer.tail = t;

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_XON_XOFF)
// If the XOFF char was sent, or about to be sent...
if ((xon_xoff_state & XON_XOFF_CHAR_MASK) == XOFF_CHAR) {
// Get count of bytes in the RX buffer
const ring_buffer_pos_t rx_count = (ring_buffer_pos_t)(h - t) & (ring_buffer_pos_t)(RX_BUFFER_SIZE - 1);
// When below 10% of RX buffer capacity, send XON before running out of RX buffer bytes
if (rx_count < (RX_BUFFER_SIZE) / 10) {
#if TX_BUFFER_SIZE > 0
// Signal we want an XON character to be sent.
xon_xoff_state = XON_CHAR;
// Enable TX isr.
HWUART->UART_IER = UART_IER_TXRDY;
#else
// If not using TX interrupts, we must send the XON char now
xon_xoff_state = XON_CHAR | XON_XOFF_CHAR_SENT;
write(XON_CHAR);
return v;
}
while (!(HWUART->UART_SR & UART_SR_TXRDY)) sw_barrier();
HWUART->UART_THR = XON_CHAR;
#endif
}
#endif
}
}
#endif

return v;
}

@@ -355,8 +452,17 @@

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_XON_XOFF)
if ((xon_xoff_state & XON_XOFF_CHAR_MASK) == XOFF_CHAR) {
xon_xoff_state = XON_CHAR | XON_XOFF_CHAR_SENT;
write(XON_CHAR);
#if TX_BUFFER_SIZE > 0
// Signal we want an XON character to be sent.
xon_xoff_state = XON_CHAR;
// Enable TX isr.
HWUART->UART_IER = UART_IER_TXRDY;
#else
// If not using TX interrupts, we must send the XON char now
xon_xoff_state = XON_CHAR | XON_XOFF_CHAR_SENT;
while (!(HWUART->UART_SR & UART_SR_TXRDY)) sw_barrier();
HWUART->UART_THR = XON_CHAR;
#endif
}
#endif
}
@@ -364,72 +470,99 @@
#if TX_BUFFER_SIZE > 0
void MarlinSerial::write(const uint8_t c) {
_written = true;
// If the TX interrupts are disabled and the data register
// is empty, just write the byte to the data register and
// be done. This shortcut helps significantly improve the
// effective datarate at high (>500kbit/s) bitrates, where
// If the TX interrupts are disabled and the data register
// is empty, just write the byte to the data register and
// be done. This shortcut helps significantly improve the
// effective datarate at high (>500kbit/s) bitrates, where
// interrupt overhead becomes a slowdown.
// Yes, there is a race condition between the sending of the
// XOFF char at the RX isr, but it is properly handled there
if (!(HWUART->UART_IMR & UART_IMR_TXRDY) && (HWUART->UART_SR & UART_SR_TXRDY)) {
HWUART->UART_THR = c;
return;
}
const uint8_t i = (tx_buffer.head + 1) & (TX_BUFFER_SIZE - 1);

// If the output buffer is full, there's nothing for it other than to
// wait for the interrupt handler to empty it a bit
while (i == tx_buffer.tail) {
if (!ISRS_ENABLED()) {
// Interrupts are disabled, so we'll have to poll the data
// register empty flag ourselves. If it is set, pretend an
// interrupt has happened and call the handler to free up
// space for us.
if (HWUART->UART_SR & UART_SR_TXRDY)
_tx_thr_empty_irq();
// If global interrupts are disabled (as the result of being called from an ISR)...
if (!ISRS_ENABLED()) {

// Make room by polling if it is possible to transmit, and do so!
while (i == tx_buffer.tail) {
// If we can transmit another byte, do it.
if (HWUART->UART_SR & UART_SR_TXRDY) _tx_thr_empty_irq();
// Make sure compiler rereads tx_buffer.tail
sw_barrier();
}
// (else , the interrupt handler will free up space for us)
// Make sure compiler rereads tx_buffer.tail
sw_barrier();
}
else {
// Interrupts are enabled, just wait until there is space
while (i == tx_buffer.tail) sw_barrier();
}

// Store new char. head is always safe to move
tx_buffer.buffer[tx_buffer.head] = c;
tx_buffer.head = i;
// Enable TX isr
// Enable TX isr - Non atomic, but it will eventually enable TX isr
HWUART->UART_IER = UART_IER_TXRDY;
return;
}

void MarlinSerial::flushTX(void) {
// TX
// If we have never written a byte, no need to flush.

// If we have never written a byte, no need to flush. This special
// case is needed since there is no way to force the TXC (transmit
// complete) bit to 1 during initialization
if (!_written) return;

while ((HWUART->UART_IMR & UART_IMR_TXRDY) || !(HWUART->UART_SR & UART_SR_TXEMPTY)) {
if (!ISRS_ENABLED()) {
if (HWUART->UART_SR & UART_SR_TXRDY)
_tx_thr_empty_irq();
// If global interrupts are disabled (as the result of being called from an ISR)...
if (!ISRS_ENABLED()) {

// Wait until everything was transmitted - We must do polling, as interrupts are disabled
while (tx_buffer.head != tx_buffer.tail || !(HWUART->UART_SR & UART_SR_TXEMPTY)) {
// If there is more space, send an extra character
if (HWUART->UART_SR & UART_SR_TXRDY) _tx_thr_empty_irq();
sw_barrier();
}
sw_barrier();

}
else {
// Wait until everything was transmitted
while (tx_buffer.head != tx_buffer.tail || !(HWUART->UART_SR & UART_SR_TXEMPTY)) sw_barrier();
}
// If we get here, nothing is queued anymore (TX interrupts are disabled) and
// the hardware finished tranmission (TXEMPTY is set).

// At this point nothing is queued anymore (DRIE is disabled) and
// the hardware finished transmission (TXC is set).
}

#else // TX_BUFFER_SIZE == 0

void MarlinSerial::write(const uint8_t c) {
_written = true;
while (!(HWUART->UART_SR & UART_SR_TXRDY)) sw_barrier();
HWUART->UART_THR = c;
}

void MarlinSerial::flushTX(void) {
// TX

// No bytes written, no need to flush. This special case is needed since there's
// no way to force the TXC (transmit complete) bit to 1 during initialization.
if (!_written) return;

// Wait until everything was transmitted
while (!(HWUART->UART_SR & UART_SR_TXEMPTY)) sw_barrier();

// At this point nothing is queued anymore (DRIE is disabled) and
// the hardware finished transmission (TXC is set).
}
#endif // TX_BUFFER_SIZE == 0

/**
* Imports from print.h
*/
* Imports from print.h
*/

void MarlinSerial::print(char c, int base) {
print((long)c, base);
@@ -448,13 +581,9 @@
}

void MarlinSerial::print(long n, int base) {
if (base == 0)
write(n);
if (base == 0) write(n);
else if (base == 10) {
if (n < 0) {
print('-');
n = -n;
}
if (n < 0) { print('-'); n = -n; }
printNumber(n, 10);
}
else
@@ -546,9 +675,7 @@

// Round correctly so that print(1.999, 2) prints as "2.00"
double rounding = 0.5;
for (uint8_t i = 0; i < digits; ++i)
rounding *= 0.1;

for (uint8_t i = 0; i < digits; ++i) rounding *= 0.1;
number += rounding;

// Extract the integer part of the number and print it


+ 17
- 3
Marlin/src/HAL/HAL_DUE/MarlinSerial_Due.h View File

@@ -70,6 +70,14 @@
extern uint8_t rx_dropped_bytes;
#endif

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_RX_BUFFER_OVERRUNS)
extern uint8_t rx_buffer_overruns;
#endif

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_RX_FRAMING_ERRORS)
extern uint8_t rx_framing_errors;
#endif

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_MAX_RX_QUEUED)
extern ring_buffer_pos_t rx_max_enqueued;
#endif
@@ -85,14 +93,20 @@ public:
static void flush(void);
static ring_buffer_pos_t available(void);
static void write(const uint8_t c);
#if TX_BUFFER_SIZE > 0
static void flushTX(void);
#endif
static void flushTX(void);

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_DROPPED_RX)
FORCE_INLINE static uint32_t dropped() { return rx_dropped_bytes; }
#endif

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_RX_BUFFER_OVERRUNS)
FORCE_INLINE static uint32_t buffer_overruns() { return rx_buffer_overruns; }
#endif

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_RX_FRAMING_ERRORS)
FORCE_INLINE static uint32_t framing_errors() { return rx_framing_errors; }
#endif

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_MAX_RX_QUEUED)
FORCE_INLINE static ring_buffer_pos_t rxMaxEnqueued() { return rx_max_enqueued; }
#endif


+ 17
- 0
Marlin/src/gcode/control/M111.cpp View File

@@ -58,6 +58,23 @@ void GcodeSuite::M111() {
}
else {
SERIAL_ECHOPGM(MSG_DEBUG_OFF);
#if !defined(__AVR__) || !defined(USBCON)
#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_RX_BUFFER_OVERRUNS)
SERIAL_ECHOLNPAIR("Buffer Overruns: ", customizedSerial.buffer_overruns());
#endif

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_RX_FRAMING_ERRORS)
SERIAL_ECHOLNPAIR("Framing Errors: ", customizedSerial.framing_errors());
#endif

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_DROPPED_RX)
SERIAL_ECHOLNPAIR("Dropped bytes: ", customizedSerial.dropped());
#endif

#if ENABLED(SERIAL_STATS_MAX_RX_QUEUED)
SERIAL_ECHOLNPAIR("Max RX Queue Size: ", customizedSerial.rxMaxEnqueued());
#endif
#endif // !defined(__AVR__) || !defined(USBCON)
}
SERIAL_EOL();
}

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