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Adding Event Processed Hook to Deamon Task

Posted by kjwesolowski on February 7, 2014

It would be a great help to add call to external function in Deamon Task. Statechart i am trying to integrate requires running "process events" after delivering event (or subsequent event might be missed).

Mechanism similar to idle hook or systick hook will be very usefull.

Adding Event Processed Hook to Deamon Task

Posted by rtel on February 7, 2014

Can you be more specific about where you want the hook to be, and what information it should contain. We have added some trace macros into the timer function (to be released with the final V8 release) so it might be you can use a macro that already exists.


Adding Event Processed Hook to Deamon Task

Posted by kjwesolowski on March 13, 2014

I was thinking about something like "post sothing happened in deamon task hook" where "something happened" is defined as either pended function was called or timer expired.

Now i realize that i can have different timers, different functions, and one hook will be bad solution to my needs - just processing statechart after SC event or SC timer (using extra wrappers) is much better as it does not assume that SC is the only user of deamon task.

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