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A core-dump implementation for PIC18 devices with on-chip Ethernet controller.

by Isaac Marino Bavaresco

This is file "core-dump-sample.c".

//==============================================================================
/*
 Copyright (c) 2008-2010, Isaac Marino Bavaresco
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*/
//==============================================================================
// isaacbavaresco@yahoo.com.br
//==============================================================================
#include <p18cxxx.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <sys/fcntl.h>
#include "genericpointer.h"
#include "MAC.h"
//==============================================================================
unsigned char   ResetFlags;
//==============================================================================
#define BUFFERSIZE  512

#define min(a,b) ((a)<(b)?(a):(b))
//==============================================================================
// Check the reset cause and write the core-dump if needed.
void CheckReset( void )
    {
    unsigned char   *p;
    int             Handle;
    int             i;

    // If the reset was not normal...
    if((( ResetFlags & 0xe8 ) != 0x28u ) || (( ResetFlags & 0x03 ) == 0x02u ))
        {
        // Remove the back-up of the old core-dump (if any).
        remove( "core.bak" );
        // Rename the file with the previous core-dump to ".bak".
        rename( "core", "core.bak" ); 
        // Create a new file for the current core-dump...
        if(( Handle = open( "core", O_WRONLY | O_CREAT )) != -1 )
            {
            // ... succeeded.

            // Allocate a RAM buffer to transfer the data from the Ethernet buffer
            // to the file...
            if(( p = (unsigned char *)malloc( BUFFERSIZE )) != NULL )
                {
                // ... succeeded.

                // Temporarily initialize the pointers to the Ethernet buffer.
                ERXST   = 0;
                ERXND   = 6 * 1024;
                ERDPT   = 0;

                // Write all the core dump to the file...
                for( i = 6 + 93 + 4096; i > 0; i -= BUFFERSIZE )
                    {
                    // Read one chunk from the Ethernet buffer.
                    // This function is supplied by Micochip's TCP/IP stack.
                    MACGetArray( p, BUFFERSIZE );
                    // Write the chunk to the file.
                    write( Handle, MAKE_GEN_PTR_RAM_T( p, unsigned char ), min( i, BUFFERSIZE ));
                    }
                // Free the RAM buffer.
                free( p );
                }
            // Close the file.
            close( Handle );
            }
        // Signal that a core-dump was generated.
        printf( "\fCore dump: %02X", ResetFlags );
        // Wait until the user press a key.
        getch();
        }
    }
//==============================================================================
void main( void )
    {
    // Turn-on the PLL.
    OSCTUNE     = 0x40;

    // Save the reset flags.
    ResetFlags  = RCON & 0x3f | STKPTR & 0xc0;

    // Clear the reset flags in the SFRs.
    RCON        = 0x3f;
    STKPTR      = 0x00;

    // @@@TODO: Initialize the file system.

    // Save the core-dump if there is any.
    CheckReset();

    // @@@TODO: Initialize the Ethernet Controller and TCP/IP stack.

    while( 1 )
        {
        ClrWdt();
        // @@@TODO: The rest of the application.
        }
    }
//==============================================================================

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