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Overwriting existing item of queue

Posted by Dennis Borgmann on October 11, 2012
Hi!

Is there a chance to write a value into a queue of one item size while overwriting the existing item? Or do i have to empty a queue first, before i can fill in a new item?

Thanks a lot,
Dennis

RE: Overwriting existing item of queue

Posted by Richard on October 11, 2012
There is not currently a method of overwriting queue items, but it is a good idea and I will look into adding it in.

Regards.

RE: Overwriting existing item of queue

Posted by Dennis Borgmann on October 11, 2012
Oh, very good, Richard! I'd be pleased to see it.

While you're at it, maybe you could also implement an ISR-equivalent for

xQueuePeek()

So, it'd be nice to check for an item inside a Queue without removing it and doing so without timeout. Just - "Is there an item? Ah, take it, but leave it" or "Is there an item? No. Well then - never mind..."

Thanks again,
Dennis

RE: Overwriting existing item of queue

Posted by Richard on October 11, 2012
Please add both these items to the feature request tracker (in SourceForge). Thanks.

Regards.


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