I am trying to build a program that uses SYS/BIOS (aka BIOS 6) with CCS 4.2. The BIOS "Clock" module can be set up to run a function either periodically or only once ("one-shot"). In my case, I need to run it only once. Setting up and initializing the clock is not a problem:
Clock_Params_init(&clkParams);clkParams.period = 0;
clkParams.startFlag = FALSE;
clk = Clock_create(myFunc, 1, &clkParams, NULL);
In Clock_create, I am setting up the clock to execute "myFunc". What I don't know how to do is pass parameters into myFunc. From BIOS documentation, the only way I saw is to define the optional clock argument:
clkParams.arg = (UArg)0x1234; /* set up a flag for the clock */
However, that's just a single 32-bit value. What I need is to pass arbitrary parameters, which might include different primitive types, pointers, and structures, into myFunc. Suppose myFunc is defined as:
void myFunc(int* x, size_t x_len);
Is there a way to do it? It seems that not being able to pass parameters to functions, either periodic or one-shot, would be a significant restriction. I am sure it can be done, I just lack knowledge on SYS/BIOS.
I have this same question. Can anyone solve it?
Define a structure that contains all the info you want to pass to the Clock function.
Create one of those structures and initialize it accordingly.
Pass a pointer to that structure as the clkParams.arg parameter.
In your Clock function, cast the arg as a ptr to your structure, then de-reference the struct ptr to access the info.
Thank you Alan!
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