I would like to be able to occasionally create a one-shot timer using the standard API, but I'm not sure about the safety of deleting the timer from within it's own callback. A pseudocode example should hopefully illustrate this below (error checking etc ommitted for clarity):
void foo(TimerHandle_t xTimer)
// Do something useful
tim = xTimerCreate(NULL,100, false, NULL, foo);
Please can anyone tell me if they know this to be safe/unsafe.
That should be ok. The timer callback function runs in the timer task, and deleting the the timer does not delete the timer task, and the code for the callback function still exists. Don't use the xTimer parameter after it has been deleted though.
If you use the timer periodically do you need to delete it at all?
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