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700
701 #define MODULE_C_MAIN
702
703 #include <signal.h>
704 #include <stdio.h>
705 #include <tchar.h>
706 #include <sys/timeb.h>
707 #include <time.h>
708 #include <windows.h>
709
710 #include "c_main.h"
711
712 #include "ccmfatal.h"
713 #include "charfunc.h"
714 #include "config_release.h"
715 #include "config_behavior.h"
716 #include "cw_threads.h"
717 #include "log.h"
718 #include "log_char.h"
719 #include "log_packet.h"
720 #include "log_pkt_int.h"
721 #include "log_sys_int.h"
722 #include "outsf.h"
723 #include "thread_test.h"
724 #include "timefunc.h"
725 #include "vcinfo.h"
726
727
728 static volatile LONG ctrl_c_pressed = 0;
729 //Set TRUE if CTRL-C is used. volatile because Win32 spawns a thread on SIGINT.
730
731 //Signal function called if CTRL-C is used.
732 //
733 void sigfunc_SIGINT(int n)
734 {
735 ctrl_c_pressed = 1;
736 }
737
738
739 //Parses a communication port name to see if it is sane. Returns TRUE if sane, FALSE
740 //otherwise.
741 //
742 static int MAIN_C_comport_arg_parse(const wchar_t *s)
743 {
744 char buf[100];
745 size_t i;
746
747 if (wcslen(s) > 6)
748 {
749 //String too long.
750 return(FALSE);
751 }
752 else if (wcslen(s) < 3)
753 {
754 //String too short.
755 return(FALSE);
756 }
757 else
758 {
759 //Convert to a "normal" string for analysis. There is probably a function for this,
760 //but sprintf() should work quick and dirty.
761 sprintf_s(buf, sizeof(buf), "%S", s);
762
763 if ((strlen(buf) > 6) || (strlen(buf) < 3))
764 return(FALSE);
765
766 //The first three characters must be "COM" or similar.
767 if ((buf[0] != 'C') && (buf[0] != 'c'))
768 return(FALSE);
769 if ((buf[1] != 'O') && (buf[1] != 'o'))
770 return(FALSE);
771 if ((buf[2] != 'M') && (buf[2] != 'm'))
772 return(FALSE);
773
774 //Any remaining characters must be digits.
775 for (i=3; i<strlen(buf); i++)
776 {
777 if (!CHARFUNC_is_digit(buf[i]))
778 return(FALSE);
779 }
780
781 //If we made it here, looks sane.
782 return(TRUE);
783 }
784 }
785
786
787 //Parses a Boolean argument to see if it is sane. Returns 1 if true, 0 if false, or -1 if error.
788 //TRUE can be indicated by 1, Y, y, T, or t. FALSE can be indicated by 0, N, n, F, or f.
789 //
790 static int MAIN_C_bool_arg_parse(const wchar_t *s)
791 {
792 char buf[100];
793
794 if (wcslen(s) > 1)
795 {
796 //String too long.
797 return(-1);
798 }
799 else if (wcslen(s) < 1)
800 {
801 //String too short.
802 return(-1);
803 }
804 else
805 {
806 //Convert to a "normal" string for analysis. There is probably a function for this,
807 //but sprintf() should work quick and dirty.
808 sprintf_s(buf, sizeof(buf), "%S", s);
809
810 if ((strlen(buf) > 1) || (strlen(buf) < 1))
811 return(-1);
812
813 //Check for FALSE, TRUE, etc.
814 if ((buf[0] == '0') || (buf[0] == 'N') || (buf[0] == 'n') || (buf[0] == 'F') || (buf[0] == 'f'))
815 return(0);
816 else if ((buf[0] == '1') || (buf[0] == 'Y') || (buf[0] == 'y') || (buf[0] == 'T') || (buf[0] == 't'))
817 return(1);
818 else
819 return(-1);
820 }
821 }
822
823
824
825 //Inpsects a received TSE and flags it if there is something
826 //amiss.
827 //
828 static void C_MAIN_tse_inspect_and_flag(const QCHAR_TSE *ev)
829 {
830 char bufmsg[200];
831 char buflog[200];
832
833 if (ev->ev == QCHAR_EV_CHAR)
834 {
835 //This is the normal case. Do exactly nothing.
836 }
837 else if ((ev->ev < 0) || (ev->ev >= QCHAR_EV_MAX))
838 {
839 //The event is wrong. This indicates an internal software error and is fatal.
840 sprintf_s(buflog, sizeof(buflog), "Bad event enum, ch: %d, value: %d. Exiting.", ev->channel, ev->ev);
841 LOG_write_ls(&(ev->ts),
842 LOG_MT_ALERT,
843 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
844 buflog);
845 C_MAIN_pthrd_error_nonspecific = TRUE;
846 }
847 else
848 {
849 //The event is a reportable serial communication error or anomaly.
850 //
851 //First decide what it is.
852 switch(ev->ev)
853 {
854 case QCHAR_EV_BREAK:
855 sprintf_s(bufmsg, sizeof(bufmsg), "Serial BREAK detected, ");
856 break;
857 case QCHAR_EV_FRAME:
858 sprintf_s(bufmsg, sizeof(bufmsg), "Serial framing error detected, ");
859 break;
860 case QCHAR_EV_OVERRUN:
861 sprintf_s(bufmsg, sizeof(bufmsg), "Serial overrun error detected, ");
862 break;
863 case QCHAR_EV_RXOVER:
864 sprintf_s(bufmsg, sizeof(bufmsg), "Serial receive overrun error detected, ");
865 break;
866 case QCHAR_EV_RXPARITY:
867 sprintf_s(bufmsg, sizeof(bufmsg), "Serial parity error detected, ");
868 break;
869 default:
870 sprintf_s(bufmsg, sizeof(bufmsg), "Serious fatal internal software error detected, ");
871 C_MAIN_pthrd_error_nonspecific = TRUE;
872 break;
873 }
874
875 //Tack on the rest of the message.
876 sprintf_s(buflog, sizeof(buflog), "%sch %d.", bufmsg, ev->channel);
877
878 //Emit it.
879 LOG_write_ls(&(ev->ts),
880 LOG_MT_ALERT,
881 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
882 buflog);
883 }
884 }
885
886 //Initializes a DCB per desired settings.
887 //
888 static void C_MAIN_dcb_config(DCB *out_arg)
889 {
890 BOOL rv;
891 size_t n_converted;
892 errno_t ecode;
893 wchar_t wbuf[150];
894
895 //Be sure nothing funky happens (although function documentation says will always
896 //have terminator on string).
897 wbuf[0] = 0;
898
899 //Convert the nominal string to the wide character version.
900 ecode = mbstowcs_s(&n_converted, wbuf, sizeof(wbuf)/sizeof(wbuf[0]), CFG_BHV_COMM_SETTINGS, 100);
901 if (ecode)
902 {
903 CCMFATAL_fatal("Failure code from mbstowcs_s().",
904 __FILE__,
905 __LINE__);
906 }
907
908 //Zero out the DCB and assign its size appropriately. This was copied from the recommendations
909 //in a Microsoft application note.
910 FillMemory(out_arg, sizeof(DCB), 0);
911 out_arg->DCBlength = sizeof(DCB);
912
913 rv = BuildCommDCB(wbuf, out_arg);
914 if (!rv)
915 {
916 //In this case really have no alternative but to declare a fatal error.
917 CCMFATAL_fatal("Failure code from BuildCommDCB().",
918 __FILE__,
919 __LINE__);
920 }
921
922 //Be sure that the "Abort On Error" field is set.
923 out_arg->fAbortOnError = TRUE;
924 }
925
926
927 int c_main(int argc, _TCHAR* argv[])
928 {
929 int return_value = 0;
930 //Default return is no error.
931 errno_t errno_return;
932 //Return value from functions that return errno_t.
933 int main_loop_exit_flag = FALSE;
934 //TRUE if should exit the main loop.
935 int main_loop_first_time = TRUE;
936 //TRUE if first time through main loop.
937 int must_close_com0 = FALSE;
938 int must_close_com1 = FALSE;
939 //TRUE if must close this port (meaning had successfully opened it).
940 int may_restore_com0_state = FALSE;
941 int may_restore_com1_state = FALSE;
942 //TRUE if state from port has been retrieved and is available to store back
943 //at program termination.
944 int must_end_thread0 = FALSE;
945 int must_end_thread1 = FALSE;
946 //TRUE if must end communication worker threads.
947 int con_write_char_log = FALSE;
948 int con_write_packet_log = TRUE;
949 int con_write_packet_interaction_log = TRUE;
950 int con_write_system_interaction_log = TRUE;
951 //This program should ideally process keystrokes and modify its behavior, i.e.
952 //give the user the ability to dynamically adjust what gets sent to the console.
953 //However, my single attempt to do this didn't go as planned. The variables above
954 //are placeholders for the possibility that this will be added. First one is whether
955 //the character log should be mirrored to the console, the second one is
956 //whether the packet log should be mirrored, third one is whether the packet
957 //interaction log should be mirrored, and the fourth one is whether the system
958 //interaction log should be mirrored.
959
960 //Be sure the queues are zero'd. I think C guarantees they are, but need to check. These statement
961 //can probably be removed after this is verified.
962 FillMemory(&C_MAIN_tsceq0, sizeof(C_MAIN_tsceq0), 0);
963 FillMemory(&C_MAIN_tsceq1, sizeof(C_MAIN_tsceq1), 0);
964 FillMemory(&C_MAIN_ptceq0, sizeof(C_MAIN_ptceq0), 0);
965 FillMemory(&C_MAIN_ptceq1, sizeof(C_MAIN_ptceq1), 0);
966 FillMemory(&C_MAIN_cceq0_charlog, sizeof(C_MAIN_cceq0_charlog), 0);
967 FillMemory(&C_MAIN_cceq1_charlog, sizeof(C_MAIN_cceq1_charlog), 0);
968 FillMemory(&C_MAIN_cceq0_packetparselog, sizeof(C_MAIN_cceq0_packetparselog), 0);
969 FillMemory(&C_MAIN_cceq1_packetparselog, sizeof(C_MAIN_cceq1_packetparselog), 0);
970
971 signal(SIGINT, sigfunc_SIGINT);
972 //Set up so that if CTRL-C is used, the passed function is called.
973 //The function is called asynchronously in its own thread.
974
975 //Form the self identity string.
976 {
977 char self_id_string[100]; //String identifying software, including VC hash.
978 VCINFO_SIGNATURE vcinfo_sig;
979
980 VCINFO_signature(&vcinfo_sig);
981
982 sprintf_s(self_id_string, sizeof(self_id_string),
983 #ifdef NDEBUG //If assertions enabled, capital "A" else lower-case "a".
984 "%s, v%d.%d%c (%s, a, %s)",
985 #else
986 "%s, v%d.%d%c (%s, A, %s)",
987 #endif
988 CONFIG_RELEASE_PRODUCT_NAME,
989 CONFIG_RELEASE_VERSION_MAJOR,
990 CONFIG_RELEASE_VERSION_MINOR,
991 CHARFUNC_int_to_lower(CONFIG_RELEASE_VERSION_SUFFIX_ALPHA),
992 __DATE__,
993 vcinfo_sig.sig);
994
995 //Get the current time.
996 errno_return = _ftime64_s(&C_MAIN_time_current);
997 if (errno_return)
998 CCMFATAL_fatal("Failure code from _ftime64_s().",
999 __FILE__,
1000 __LINE__);
1001
1002 //Try to open up the log files.
1003 LOG_open(&C_MAIN_time_current, self_id_string);
1004 }
1005
1006 //Write the first line to the console and all log files.
1007 {
1008 char buf[200];
1009 TIMEFUNC_TIME_ASCII_RESULT ts;
1010
1011 TIMEFUNC_to_ascii_hr_form(&C_MAIN_time_current, &ts);
1012 strcpy_s(buf, sizeof(buf), "Execution begins on ");
1013 strcat_s(buf, sizeof(buf), ts.result);
1014 strcat_s(buf, sizeof(buf), ".");
1015 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current, LOG_MT_STARTSTOP, LOG_LI_ALL, buf);
1016 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current, LOG_MT_STARTSTOP, LOG_LI_ALL,
1017 "This application is multi-threaded (two threads to handle");
1018 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current, LOG_MT_STARTSTOP, LOG_LI_ALL,
1019 "incoming received characters and one primary thread). Each");
1020 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current, LOG_MT_STARTSTOP, LOG_LI_ALL,
1021 "thread maintains time separately, so there can be a slight ");
1022 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current, LOG_MT_STARTSTOP, LOG_LI_ALL,
1023 "discrepancy in timestamps. The primary thread processes");
1024 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current, LOG_MT_STARTSTOP, LOG_LI_ALL,
1025 "characters that were timestamped as they were queued by the");
1026 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current, LOG_MT_STARTSTOP, LOG_LI_ALL,
1027 "two serial communication worker threads. Timestamps issued");
1028 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current, LOG_MT_STARTSTOP, LOG_LI_ALL,
1029 "by the primary thread as it processes characters will thus");
1030 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current, LOG_MT_STARTSTOP, LOG_LI_ALL,
1031 "be later than the timestamps of the characters it is");
1032 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current, LOG_MT_STARTSTOP, LOG_LI_ALL,
1033 "processing.");
1034
1035 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current, LOG_MT_STARTSTOP, LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP,
1036 "");
1037 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current, LOG_MT_STARTSTOP, LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP,
1038 "Use CONTROL-C to terminate this program.");
1039 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current, LOG_MT_STARTSTOP, LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP,
1040 "");
1041 }
1042
1043 main_loop_exit_flag = FALSE;
1044
1045 while (! main_loop_exit_flag)
1046 {
1047 //********************************************************************************
1048 //********************************************************************************
1049 //***** T I M E S N A P S H O T *********************************************
1050 //********************************************************************************
1051 //********************************************************************************
1052 //Snapshot the current time.
1053 errno_return = _ftime64_s(&C_MAIN_time_current);
1054
1055 //Crap out if can't get the time.
1056 if (errno_return)
1057 CCMFATAL_fatal("Failure code from _ftime64_s().",
1058 __FILE__,
1059 __LINE__);
1060
1061
1062 //********************************************************************************
1063 //********************************************************************************
1064 //***** F I R S T T I M E A C T I V I T Y ********************************
1065 //********************************************************************************
1066 //********************************************************************************
1067 //This portion of the loop handles the activities that should happen once only,
1068 //first time through. They generally also could have been placed outside the
1069 //loop, but easier to have them occur after the logs are started up.
1070 //
1071 if (main_loop_first_time)
1072 {
1073 //================================================================================
1074 //===== N U M B E R O F P A R A M E T E R S ==============================
1075 //================================================================================
1076 if ((! main_loop_exit_flag) && (argc != 5))
1077 {
1078 char buf_n[100];
1079
1080 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1081 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1082 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1083 "This program must be invoked as");
1084 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1085 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1086 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1087 "");
1088 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), " \"%s PORT0 PORT1 CHARLOGTOCON PACKETLOGTOCON\",", CONFIG_RELEASE_PRODUCT_NAME);
1089 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1090 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1091 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1092 buf_n);
1093 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1094 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1095 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1096 "");
1097 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1098 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1099 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1100 "where \"PORT0\" is the name of the serial port capturing data");
1101 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1102 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1103 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1104 "from the host microcontroller to the RF daughterboard,");
1105 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1106 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1107 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1108 "\"PORT1\" is the name of the serial port capturing data from");
1109 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1110 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1111 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1112 "the RF daughterboard to the host microcontroller,");
1113 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1114 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1115 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1116 "\"CHARLOGTOCON\" is Y/N to indicate whether the character");
1117 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1118 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1119 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1120 "log should be duplicated to the console, and \"PACKETLOGTOCON\"");
1121 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1122 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1123 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1124 "is Y/N to indicate whether the packet log should be");
1125 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1126 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1127 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1128 "duplicated to the console.");
1129 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1130 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1131 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1132 "");
1133 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1134 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1135 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1136 "\"COM3\" is a typical name for a communication port. In");
1137 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1138 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1139 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1140 "Windows, the names of serial ports can typically be found");
1141 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1142 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1143 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1144 "under Control Panel->System->Device Manager->Ports.");
1145 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1146 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1147 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1148 "");
1149 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1150 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1151 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1152 "Exiting.");
1153 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1154 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1155 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1156 "");
1157
1158 main_loop_exit_flag = TRUE;
1159
1160 //printf("Exiting clause.\n");
1161 }
1162 //================================================================================
1163 //===== F I R S T P A R A M E T E R P A R S E ============================
1164 //================================================================================
1165 if ((! main_loop_exit_flag) && (!MAIN_C_comport_arg_parse(argv[1])))
1166 {
1167 char buf_n[100];
1168
1169 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), "The first communication port specified (%S) appears", argv[1]);
1170 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1171 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1172 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1173 buf_n);
1174 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1175 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1176 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1177 "to be invalid. Only ports of the form \"COMn\" may be");
1178 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1179 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1180 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1181 "specified.");
1182 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1183 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1184 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1185 "");
1186 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1187 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1188 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1189 "Exiting.");
1190 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1191 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1192 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1193 "");
1194
1195 main_loop_exit_flag = TRUE;
1196 }
1197 //================================================================================
1198 //===== S E C O N D P A R A M E T E R P A R S E ==========================
1199 //================================================================================
1200 if ((! main_loop_exit_flag) && (!MAIN_C_comport_arg_parse(argv[2])))
1201 {
1202 char buf_n[100];
1203
1204 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), "The second communication port specified (%S) appears", argv[2]);
1205 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1206 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1207 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1208 buf_n);
1209 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1210 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1211 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1212 "to be invalid. Only ports of the form \"COMn\" may be");
1213 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1214 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1215 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1216 "specified.");
1217 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1218 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1219 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1220 "");
1221 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1222 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1223 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1224 "Exiting.");
1225 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1226 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1227 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1228 "");
1229
1230 main_loop_exit_flag = TRUE;
1231 }
1232 //================================================================================
1233 //===== T H I R D P A R A M E T E R P A R S E ============================
1234 //================================================================================
1235 if (! main_loop_exit_flag)
1236 {
1237 if (MAIN_C_bool_arg_parse(argv[3]) < 0)
1238 {
1239 char buf_n[100];
1240
1241 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), "The CHARLOGTOCON parameter (%S) appears", argv[3]);
1242 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1243 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1244 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1245 buf_n);
1246 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1247 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1248 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1249 "to be invalid.");
1250 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1251 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1252 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1253 "");
1254 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1255 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1256 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1257 "Exiting.");
1258 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1259 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1260 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1261 "");
1262
1263 main_loop_exit_flag = TRUE;
1264 }
1265 else
1266 {
1267 con_write_char_log = MAIN_C_bool_arg_parse(argv[3]);
1268 }
1269 }
1270 //================================================================================
1271 //===== F O U R T H P A R A M E T E R P A R S E ==========================
1272 //================================================================================
1273 if (! main_loop_exit_flag)
1274 {
1275 if (MAIN_C_bool_arg_parse(argv[4]) < 0)
1276 {
1277 char buf_n[100];
1278
1279 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), "The PACKETLOGTOCON parameter (%S) appears", argv[4]);
1280 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1281 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1282 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1283 buf_n);
1284 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1285 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1286 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1287 "to be invalid.");
1288 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1289 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1290 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1291 "");
1292 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1293 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1294 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1295 "Exiting.");
1296 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1297 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1298 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1299 "");
1300
1301 main_loop_exit_flag = TRUE;
1302 }
1303 else
1304 {
1305 con_write_packet_log = MAIN_C_bool_arg_parse(argv[4]);
1306 }
1307 }
1308 //================================================================================
1309 //===== F I R S T C O M P O R T O P E N ===============================
1310 //================================================================================
1311 if (! main_loop_exit_flag)
1312 {
1313 size_t n_converted;
1314 wchar_t namebuf[50];
1315
1316 //Start with the \\.\ sequence (required to handle COM port numbers of 10 or
1317 //larger.
1318 mbstowcs_s(&n_converted, namebuf, sizeof(namebuf)/sizeof(namebuf[0]), "\\\\.\\", 10);
1319
1320 //Tack on the parameter specified by the user as the COM port name.
1321 wcscat_s(namebuf, sizeof(namebuf)/sizeof(namebuf[0]), argv[1]);
1322
1323 //Try to open the port.
1324 C_MAIN_hCommPort0 = CreateFile(namebuf,
1325 GENERIC_READ | GENERIC_WRITE,
1326 0,
1327 0,
1328 OPEN_EXISTING,
1329 0,
1330 0);
1331
1332 if (C_MAIN_hCommPort0 == INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE)
1333 {
1334 char buf_n[100];
1335
1336 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), "Failed to open \"%S\". Exiting.", argv[1]);
1337 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1338 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1339 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1340 buf_n);
1341 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1342 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1343 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1344 "");
1345
1346 main_loop_exit_flag = TRUE;
1347 }
1348 else
1349 {
1350 char buf_n[100];
1351
1352 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), "\"%S\" opened successfully.", argv[1]);
1353 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1354 LOG_MT_STARTSTOP,
1355 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP,
1356 buf_n);
1357
1358 must_close_com0 = TRUE;
1359 }
1360 }
1361 //================================================================================
1362 //===== S E C O N D C O M P O R T O P E N =============================
1363 //================================================================================
1364 if (! main_loop_exit_flag)
1365 {
1366 size_t n_converted;
1367 wchar_t namebuf[50];
1368
1369 //Start with the \\.\ sequence (required to handle COM port numbers of 10 or
1370 //larger.
1371 mbstowcs_s(&n_converted, namebuf, sizeof(namebuf)/sizeof(namebuf[0]), "\\\\.\\", 10);
1372
1373 //Tack on the parameter specified by the user as the COM port name.
1374 wcscat_s(namebuf, sizeof(namebuf)/sizeof(namebuf[0]), argv[2]);
1375
1376 //Try to open the port.
1377 C_MAIN_hCommPort1 = CreateFile(namebuf,
1378 GENERIC_READ | GENERIC_WRITE,
1379 0,
1380 0,
1381 OPEN_EXISTING,
1382 0,
1383 0);
1384
1385 if (C_MAIN_hCommPort1 == INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE)
1386 {
1387 char buf_n[100];
1388
1389 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), "Failed to open \"%S\". Exiting.", argv[2]);
1390 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1391 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1392 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1393 buf_n);
1394 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1395 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1396 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1397 "");
1398
1399 main_loop_exit_flag = TRUE;
1400 }
1401 else
1402 {
1403 char buf_n[100];
1404
1405 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), "\"%S\" opened successfully.", argv[2]);
1406 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1407 LOG_MT_STARTSTOP,
1408 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP,
1409 buf_n);
1410
1411 must_close_com1 = TRUE;
1412 }
1413 }
1414 //================================================================================
1415 //===== F I R S T C O M M P O R T S T A T E R E T R I E V A L ======
1416 //================================================================================
1417 if (! main_loop_exit_flag)
1418 {
1419 BOOL rv;
1420 char buf_n[100];
1421
1422 rv = GetCommState(C_MAIN_hCommPort0, &C_MAIN_CommPort0SavedState);
1423 if (rv)
1424 {
1425 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), "\"%S\" state retrieval successful.", argv[1]);
1426 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1427 LOG_MT_STARTSTOP,
1428 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP,
1429 buf_n);
1430
1431 may_restore_com0_state = TRUE;
1432 }
1433 else
1434 {
1435 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), "Failed to retrieve \"%S\" state. Exiting.", argv[1]);
1436 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1437 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1438 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1439 buf_n);
1440
1441 main_loop_exit_flag = TRUE;
1442 }
1443 }
1444 //================================================================================
1445 //===== S E C O N D C O M M P O R T S T A T E R E T R I E V A L ====
1446 //================================================================================
1447 if (! main_loop_exit_flag)
1448 {
1449 BOOL rv;
1450 char buf_n[100];
1451
1452 rv = GetCommState(C_MAIN_hCommPort1, &C_MAIN_CommPort1SavedState);
1453 if (rv)
1454 {
1455 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), "\"%S\" state retrieval successful.", argv[2]);
1456 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1457 LOG_MT_STARTSTOP,
1458 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP,
1459 buf_n);
1460
1461 may_restore_com1_state = TRUE;
1462 }
1463 else
1464 {
1465 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), "Failed to retrieve \"%S\" state. Exiting.", argv[2]);
1466 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1467 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1468 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1469 buf_n);
1470
1471 main_loop_exit_flag = TRUE;
1472 }
1473 }
1474 //================================================================================
1475 //===== F I R S T C O M M P O R T S E T U P ===========================
1476 //================================================================================
1477 if (! main_loop_exit_flag)
1478 {
1479 BOOL rv;
1480 DCB dcb_scratch;
1481 char buf_n[100];
1482
1483 C_MAIN_dcb_config(&dcb_scratch);
1484
1485 rv = SetCommState(C_MAIN_hCommPort0, &dcb_scratch);
1486
1487 if (rv)
1488 {
1489 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), "\"%S\" setup successful.", argv[1]);
1490 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1491 LOG_MT_STARTSTOP,
1492 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP,
1493 buf_n);
1494 }
1495 else
1496 {
1497 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), "Failed to set up \"%S\". Exiting.", argv[1]);
1498 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1499 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1500 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1501 buf_n);
1502
1503 main_loop_exit_flag = TRUE;
1504 }
1505 }
1506 //================================================================================
1507 //===== S E C O N D C O M M P O R T S E T U P =========================
1508 //================================================================================
1509 if (! main_loop_exit_flag)
1510 {
1511 BOOL rv;
1512 DCB dcb_scratch;
1513 char buf_n[100];
1514
1515 C_MAIN_dcb_config(&dcb_scratch);
1516
1517 rv = SetCommState(C_MAIN_hCommPort1, &dcb_scratch);
1518
1519 if (rv)
1520 {
1521 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), "\"%S\" setup successful.", argv[2]);
1522 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1523 LOG_MT_STARTSTOP,
1524 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP,
1525 buf_n);
1526 }
1527 else
1528 {
1529 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), "Failed to set up \"%S\". Exiting.", argv[2]);
1530 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1531 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1532 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1533 buf_n);
1534
1535 main_loop_exit_flag = TRUE;
1536 }
1537 }
1538 //================================================================================
1539 //===== F I R S T C O M M P O R T T I M E O U T S S E T U P ========
1540 //================================================================================
1541 if (! main_loop_exit_flag)
1542 {
1543 BOOL rv;
1544 char buf_n[100];
1545 COMMTIMEOUTS to;
1546
1547 //Zero out the data structure, just in case the definition changes later, to
1548 //get consistent results.
1549 FillMemory(&to, sizeof(to), 0);
1550
1551 //Assign the values.
1552 to.ReadIntervalTimeout = CFG_BHV_COMM_TO_READ_INTERVAL_TO;
1553 to.ReadTotalTimeoutMultiplier = CFG_BHV_COMM_TO_READ_TOTAL_TO_MULTIPLIER;
1554 to.ReadTotalTimeoutConstant = CFG_BHV_COMM_TO_READ_TOTAL_TO_CONSTANT;
1555 to.WriteTotalTimeoutMultiplier = CFG_BHV_COMM_TO_WRITE_TOTAL_TO_MULTIPLIER;
1556 to.WriteTotalTimeoutConstant = CFG_BHV_COMM_TO_WRITE_TOTAL_TO_CONSTANT;
1557
1558 //Do the deed.
1559 rv = SetCommTimeouts(C_MAIN_hCommPort0, &to);
1560
1561 //Process the result code.
1562 if (rv)
1563 {
1564 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), "\"%S\" communication timeout setup successful.", argv[1]);
1565 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1566 LOG_MT_STARTSTOP,
1567 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP,
1568 buf_n);
1569 }
1570 else
1571 {
1572 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), "Failed to set up \"%S\" communication timeouts. Exiting.", argv[1]);
1573 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1574 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1575 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1576 buf_n);
1577
1578 main_loop_exit_flag = TRUE;
1579 }
1580 }
1581 //================================================================================
1582 //===== S E C O N D C O M M P O R T T I M E O U T S S E T U P ======
1583 //================================================================================
1584 if (! main_loop_exit_flag)
1585 {
1586 BOOL rv;
1587 char buf_n[100];
1588 COMMTIMEOUTS to;
1589
1590 //Zero out the data structure, just in case the definition changes later, to
1591 //get consistent results.
1592 FillMemory(&to, sizeof(to), 0);
1593
1594 //Assign the values.
1595 to.ReadIntervalTimeout = CFG_BHV_COMM_TO_READ_INTERVAL_TO;
1596 to.ReadTotalTimeoutMultiplier = CFG_BHV_COMM_TO_READ_TOTAL_TO_MULTIPLIER;
1597 to.ReadTotalTimeoutConstant = CFG_BHV_COMM_TO_READ_TOTAL_TO_CONSTANT;
1598 to.WriteTotalTimeoutMultiplier = CFG_BHV_COMM_TO_WRITE_TOTAL_TO_MULTIPLIER;
1599 to.WriteTotalTimeoutConstant = CFG_BHV_COMM_TO_WRITE_TOTAL_TO_CONSTANT;
1600
1601 //Do the deed.
1602 rv = SetCommTimeouts(C_MAIN_hCommPort1, &to);
1603
1604 //Process the result code.
1605 if (rv)
1606 {
1607 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), "\"%S\" communication timeout setup successful.", argv[2]);
1608 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1609 LOG_MT_STARTSTOP,
1610 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP,
1611 buf_n);
1612 }
1613 else
1614 {
1615 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), "Failed to set up \"%S\" communication timeouts. Exiting.", argv[2]);
1616 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1617 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1618 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1619 buf_n);
1620
1621 main_loop_exit_flag = TRUE;
1622 }
1623 }
1624 //================================================================================
1625 //===== F I R S T C O M M P O R T C O M M M A S K S E T U P =====
1626 //================================================================================
1627 if (! main_loop_exit_flag)
1628 {
1629 BOOL rv;
1630 char buf_n[100];
1631
1632 //Do the deed.
1633 rv = SetCommMask(C_MAIN_hCommPort0, 0);
1634
1635 //Process the result code.
1636 if (rv)
1637 {
1638 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), "\"%S\" communication comm mask setup successful.", argv[1]);
1639 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1640 LOG_MT_STARTSTOP,
1641 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP,
1642 buf_n);
1643 }
1644 else
1645 {
1646 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), "Failed to set up \"%S\" comm mask. Exiting.", argv[1]);
1647 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1648 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1649 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1650 buf_n);
1651
1652 main_loop_exit_flag = TRUE;
1653 }
1654 }
1655 //================================================================================
1656 //===== S E C O N D C O M M P O R T C O M M M A S K S E T U P ===
1657 //================================================================================
1658 if (! main_loop_exit_flag)
1659 {
1660 BOOL rv;
1661 char buf_n[100];
1662
1663 //Do the deed.
1664 rv = SetCommMask(C_MAIN_hCommPort1, 0);
1665
1666 //Process the result code.
1667 if (rv)
1668 {
1669 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), "\"%S\" communication comm mask setup successful.", argv[2]);
1670 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1671 LOG_MT_STARTSTOP,
1672 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP,
1673 buf_n);
1674 }
1675 else
1676 {
1677 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), "Failed to set up \"%S\" comm mask. Exiting.", argv[2]);
1678 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1679 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1680 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
1681 buf_n);
1682
1683 main_loop_exit_flag = TRUE;
1684 }
1685 }
1686 //================================================================================
1687 //===== F I R S T C O M M W O R K E R T H R E A D S T A R T ========
1688 //================================================================================
1689 if (! main_loop_exit_flag)
1690 {
1691 C_MAIN_hCwThread0 = CreateThread(
1692 NULL,
1693 0,
1694 CW_THREADS_Cw0,
1695 (LPVOID)0,
1696 0,
1697 &C_MAIN_dwCwThread0Id);
1698 if (C_MAIN_hCwThread0 != NULL)
1699 {
1700 //Success
1701 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1702 LOG_MT_STARTSTOP,
1703 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP,
1704 "Communication worker thread 0 started successfully.");
1705 must_end_thread0 = TRUE;
1706 }
1707 else
1708 {
1709 //Failure
1710 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1711 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1712 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP,
1713 "Failure starting communication worker thread 0. Exiting");
1714 }
1715 }
1716 //================================================================================
1717 //===== S E C O N D C O M M W O R K E R T H R E A D S T A R T ======
1718 //================================================================================
1719 if (! main_loop_exit_flag)
1720 {
1721 C_MAIN_hCwThread1 = CreateThread(
1722 NULL,
1723 0,
1724 CW_THREADS_Cw1,
1725 (LPVOID)0,
1726 0,
1727 &C_MAIN_dwCwThread1Id);
1728 if (C_MAIN_hCwThread1 != NULL)
1729 {
1730 //Success
1731 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1732 LOG_MT_STARTSTOP,
1733 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP,
1734 "Communication worker thread 1 started successfully.");
1735 must_end_thread1 = TRUE;
1736 }
1737 else
1738 {
1739 //Failure
1740 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
1741 LOG_MT_ALERT,
1742 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP,
1743 "Failure starting communication worker thread 1. Exiting");
1744 }
1745 }
1746 //================================================================================
1747 //================================================================================
1748 main_loop_first_time = FALSE;
1749 }
1750 //================================================================================
1751 //================================================================================
1752
1753 //********************************************************************************
1754 //********************************************************************************
1755 //***** T R A N S F E R T O P T C E Q ************************************
1756 //********************************************************************************
1757 //********************************************************************************
1758 //The transfer out of the TSCEQs has to be coordinated with the worker threads,
1759 //hence the use of the semaphore variables. Without coordination, bizarre
1760 //effects could result with interleaving of access.
1761 //
1762 if (! main_loop_exit_flag)
1763 {
1764 //printf("Transfer to PTCEQ.\n");
1765 if (C_MAIN_TsQueueSyncSemaphore0 != 0) //Belongs to primary thread.
1766 {
1767 QCHAR_tsceq_ptceq_transfer(&C_MAIN_tsceq0, &C_MAIN_ptceq0);
1768 C_MAIN_TsQueueSyncSemaphore0 = 0; //Belongs to worker thread.
1769 }
1770 if (C_MAIN_TsQueueSyncSemaphore1 != 0) //Belongs to primary thread.
1771 {
1772 QCHAR_tsceq_ptceq_transfer(&C_MAIN_tsceq1, &C_MAIN_ptceq1);
1773 C_MAIN_TsQueueSyncSemaphore1 = 0; //Belongs to worker thread.
1774 }
1775 }
1776 //
1777 //********************************************************************************
1778 //********************************************************************************
1779 //***** E V E N T F A N O U T ***********************************************
1780 //********************************************************************************
1781 //********************************************************************************
1782 //The incoming events from the communication channels need to be fanned out.
1783 //This involves propagating the events to multiple queues.
1784 //
1785 //This is also a good time to flag any errors related to flag any non-fatal
1786 //errors related to serial communication that might otherwise be missed.
1787 if (! main_loop_exit_flag)
1788 {
1789 QCHAR_TSE tse;
1790
1791 //printf("Event fanout.\n");
1792
1793 //Fan out the Channel 0 events.
1794 while(QCHAR_ptceq_nelem(&C_MAIN_ptceq0))
1795 {
1796 QCHAR_ptceq_get(&C_MAIN_ptceq0, &tse);
1797 C_MAIN_tse_inspect_and_flag(&tse);
1798 QCHAR_cceq_put(&C_MAIN_cceq0_charlog, &tse);
1799 QCHAR_cceq_put(&C_MAIN_cceq0_packetparselog, &tse);
1800 }
1801
1802 //Fan out the Channel 1 events.
1803 while(QCHAR_ptceq_nelem(&C_MAIN_ptceq1))
1804 {
1805 QCHAR_ptceq_get(&C_MAIN_ptceq1, &tse);
1806 C_MAIN_tse_inspect_and_flag(&tse);
1807 QCHAR_cceq_put(&C_MAIN_cceq1_charlog, &tse);
1808 QCHAR_cceq_put(&C_MAIN_cceq1_packetparselog, &tse);
1809 }
1810
1811 //printf("%d %d %d %d\n",
1812 // QCHAR_cceq_nelem(&C_MAIN_cceq0_charlog),
1813 // QCHAR_cceq_nelem(&C_MAIN_cceq0_packetparselog),
1814 // QCHAR_cceq_nelem(&C_MAIN_cceq1_charlog),
1815 // QCHAR_cceq_nelem(&C_MAIN_cceq1_packetparselog));
1816 }
1817
1818 //********************************************************************************
1819 //********************************************************************************
1820 //***** C H A R A C T E R L O G G I N G *************************************
1821 //********************************************************************************
1822 //********************************************************************************
1823 //Form the log at the character level. It is the callee's responsibility to
1824 //consume the queues.
1825 //
1826 if (! main_loop_exit_flag)
1827 {
1828 //printf("Character logging.\n");
1829 LOG_CHAR_advance(&C_MAIN_cceq0_charlog,
1830 &C_MAIN_cceq1_charlog,
1831 &C_MAIN_time_current,
1832 con_write_char_log);
1833 }
1834 //
1835 //********************************************************************************
1836 //********************************************************************************
1837 //***** P A C K E T P A R S I N G A N D L O G G I N G ******************
1838 //********************************************************************************
1839 //********************************************************************************
1840 //Form the log at the character level. It is the callee's responsibility to
1841 //consume the queues.
1842 //
1843 if (! main_loop_exit_flag)
1844 {
1845 //printf("Packet logging.\n");
1846 LOG_PACKET_advance(&C_MAIN_cceq0_packetparselog,
1847 &C_MAIN_cceq1_packetparselog,
1848 &C_MAIN_time_current,
1849 con_write_packet_log);
1850 }
1851 //
1852 //**********************************************************************************************
1853 //**********************************************************************************************
1854 //***** P A C K E T I N T E R A C T I O N A N A L Y S I S A N D L O G G I N G *****
1855 //**********************************************************************************************
1856 //**********************************************************************************************
1857 //Form the log at the character level. It is the callee's responsibility to
1858 //consume the queues.
1859 //
1860 //TBD.
1861 //
1862 //********************************************************************************
1863 //********************************************************************************
1864 //***** A L I V E N E S S L O G G I N G *************************************
1865 //********************************************************************************
1866 //********************************************************************************
1867 if (! main_loop_exit_flag)
1868 {
1869 //printf("Aliveness logging.\n");
1870 #if (CFG_BHV_LIVENESS_ANNOUNCE_MOD_TIME > 0)
1871 {
1872 static int state_n = 0;
1873 //Small state machine so that only print the liveness announcement
1874 //once each time the modulo time test is met. Otherwise, would
1875 //print repeatedly for entire second.
1876 char buf_n[100];
1877
1878 switch(state_n)
1879 {
1880 default:
1881 case 0:
1882 if ((C_MAIN_time_current.time % CFG_BHV_LIVENESS_ANNOUNCE_MOD_TIME) > (CFG_BHV_LIVENESS_ANNOUNCE_MOD_TIME / 2))
1883 state_n = 1;
1884 break;
1885 case 1:
1886 if ((C_MAIN_time_current.time % CFG_BHV_LIVENESS_ANNOUNCE_MOD_TIME) <= (CFG_BHV_LIVENESS_ANNOUNCE_MOD_TIME / 2))
1887 {
1888 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), "%s primary thread alive.", CONFIG_RELEASE_PRODUCT_NAME);
1889 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current, LOG_MT_ROUTINE, LOG_LI_ALL,
1890 buf_n);
1891 state_n = 2;
1892 }
1893 break;
1894 case 2:
1895 if ((C_MAIN_time_current.time % CFG_BHV_LIVENESS_ANNOUNCE_MOD_TIME) > (CFG_BHV_LIVENESS_ANNOUNCE_MOD_TIME / 2))
1896 state_n = 1;
1897 break;
1898 }
1899 }
1900 #endif
1901 }
1902
1903 //********************************************************************************
1904 //********************************************************************************
1905 //***** L O G F I L E F L U S H I N G ************************************
1906 //********************************************************************************
1907 //********************************************************************************
1908 //This ensures that opening the logs concurrently with a text editor will work
1909 //OK.
1910 if (! main_loop_exit_flag)
1911 {
1912 static __time64_t tref = 0;
1913 __time64_t tcmp;
1914
1915 tcmp = _time64(NULL);
1916
1917 if ((tcmp - tref) > C_MAIN_FILE_FLUSH_INTERVAL_S)
1918 {
1919 //printf("Log file flush.\n");
1920 LOG_flush();
1921 tref = tcmp;
1922 }
1923 }
1924
1925 //********************************************************************************
1926 //********************************************************************************
1927 //***** S L A C K **************************************************************
1928 //********************************************************************************
1929 //********************************************************************************
1930 //The rationale for slack is to make the PC overall more responsive in case the
1931 //user is running multiple applications. The queues that by default are set up
1932 //under direct control of the worker threads can handle on the order of 10
1933 //seconds of data. The slack won't cause lost data. Because the queues are
1934 //so large, lost data won't occur until the average rate of data input exceeds
1935 //the average rate at which it can be processed.
1936 //printf("Slack.\n");
1937 Sleep(C_MAIN_SLACK_TIME_MS);
1938 //
1939 //********************************************************************************
1940 //********************************************************************************
1941 //***** L O O P E X I T C R I T E R I A **********************************
1942 //********************************************************************************
1943 //********************************************************************************
1944 //printf("Loop exit criteria.\n");
1945 if ( ctrl_c_pressed
1946 || C_MAIN_queue_overflow
1947 || C_MAIN_overrun_hw_rx
1948 || C_MAIN_pthrd_error_nonspecific
1949 || C_MAIN_wthrd_error_nonspecific
1950 )
1951 {
1952 if (ctrl_c_pressed)
1953 {
1954 main_loop_exit_flag = TRUE;
1955 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current, LOG_MT_STARTSTOP, LOG_LI_ALL, "CTRL-C pressed. Exiting.");
1956 }
1957 if (C_MAIN_queue_overflow)
1958 {
1959 main_loop_exit_flag = TRUE;
1960 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current, LOG_MT_ALERT, LOG_LI_ALL, "Queue overflow (lost data). Exiting.");
1961 }
1962 if (C_MAIN_overrun_hw_rx)
1963 {
1964 main_loop_exit_flag = TRUE;
1965 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current, LOG_MT_ALERT, LOG_LI_ALL, "Hardware communication buffers have been overrun. Exiting.");
1966 }
1967 if (C_MAIN_pthrd_error_nonspecific)
1968 {
1969 main_loop_exit_flag = TRUE;
1970 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current, LOG_MT_ALERT, LOG_LI_ALL, "Nonspecific error from primary thread. Exiting.");
1971 }
1972 if (C_MAIN_wthrd_error_nonspecific)
1973 {
1974 main_loop_exit_flag = TRUE;
1975 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current, LOG_MT_ALERT, LOG_LI_ALL, "Nonspecific error from worker thread(s). Exiting.");
1976 }
1977 }
1978 }
1979
1980 //================================================================================
1981 //===== T I M E S N A P S H O T =============================================
1982 //================================================================================
1983 //printf("Time snapshot.\n");
1984 errno_return = _ftime64_s(&C_MAIN_time_current);
1985 if (errno_return)
1986 CCMFATAL_fatal("Failure code from _ftime64_s().",
1987 __FILE__,
1988 __LINE__);
1989
1990 //================================================================================
1991 //===== T H R E A D 0 T E R M I N A T I O N ==============================
1992 //================================================================================
1993 //Try to end the first communication worker thread if we are so required.
1994 //printf("Thread 0 termination.\n");
1995 if (must_end_thread0)
1996 {
1997 int i = 50;
1998 int killed_gracefully = FALSE;
1999 int status_query_error = FALSE;
2000 BOOL rv;
2001 DWORD exit_code;
2002
2003 C_MAIN_SigTermCwThread0 = TRUE;
2004
2005 while((i--) && (!killed_gracefully) && (!status_query_error))
2006 {
2007 Sleep(100);
2008 rv = GetExitCodeThread(C_MAIN_hCwThread0, &exit_code);
2009 if (!rv)
2010 {
2011 //Failure on the function call.
2012 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current, LOG_MT_ALERT, LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_ALERT | LOG_LI_COMP,
2013 "Error determining status of worker thread 0. Cannot terminate thread.");
2014 }
2015 else
2016 {
2017 //Success on the function call.
2018 if (exit_code == STILL_ACTIVE)
2019 {
2020 //Can't do anything. Thread still going.
2021 }
2022 else
2023 {
2024 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
2025 LOG_MT_STARTSTOP,
2026 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_ALERT | LOG_LI_COMP,
2027 "Worker thread 0 gracefully terminated.");
2028 killed_gracefully = TRUE;
2029 }
2030 }
2031 }
2032
2033 if ((!killed_gracefully) && (!status_query_error))
2034 {
2035 //Forcible termination.
2036 rv = TerminateThread(C_MAIN_hCwThread0, 0);
2037 if (rv)
2038 {
2039 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current, LOG_MT_ALERT, LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_ALERT | LOG_LI_COMP,
2040 "Forced termination of worker thread 0.");
2041 }
2042 else
2043 {
2044 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current, LOG_MT_ALERT, LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_ALERT | LOG_LI_COMP,
2045 "Failed call to force termination of worker thread 0.");
2046 }
2047 }
2048
2049 //In any case, we have no further use for the handle to the thread.
2050 rv = CloseHandle(C_MAIN_hCwThread0);
2051 if (!rv)
2052 {
2053 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current, LOG_MT_ALERT, LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_ALERT | LOG_LI_COMP,
2054 "Failed call to close handle of worker thread 0.");
2055 }
2056 }
2057
2058 //================================================================================
2059 //===== T I M E S N A P S H O T =============================================
2060 //================================================================================
2061 //printf("Time snapshot.\n");
2062 errno_return = _ftime64_s(&C_MAIN_time_current);
2063 if (errno_return)
2064 CCMFATAL_fatal("Failure code from _ftime64_s().",
2065 __FILE__,
2066 __LINE__);
2067
2068 //================================================================================
2069 //===== T H R E A D 1 T E R M I N A T I O N ==============================
2070 //================================================================================
2071 //printf("Thread 1 termination.\n");
2072 if (must_end_thread1)
2073 {
2074 int i = 50;
2075 int killed_gracefully = FALSE;
2076 int status_query_error = FALSE;
2077 BOOL rv;
2078 DWORD exit_code;
2079
2080 C_MAIN_SigTermCwThread1 = TRUE;
2081
2082 while((i--) && (!killed_gracefully) && (!status_query_error))
2083 {
2084 Sleep(100);
2085 rv = GetExitCodeThread(C_MAIN_hCwThread1, &exit_code);
2086 if (!rv)
2087 {
2088 //Failure on the function call.
2089 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current, LOG_MT_ALERT, LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_ALERT | LOG_LI_COMP,
2090 "Error determining status of worker thread 1. Cannot terminate thread.");
2091 }
2092 else
2093 {
2094 //Success on the function call.
2095 if (exit_code == STILL_ACTIVE)
2096 {
2097 //Can't do anything. Thread still going.
2098 }
2099 else
2100 {
2101 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
2102 LOG_MT_STARTSTOP,
2103 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_ALERT | LOG_LI_COMP,
2104 "Worker thread 1 gracefully terminated.");
2105 killed_gracefully = TRUE;
2106 }
2107 }
2108 }
2109
2110 if ((!killed_gracefully) && (!status_query_error))
2111 {
2112 //Forcible termination.
2113 rv = TerminateThread(C_MAIN_hCwThread1, 0);
2114 if (rv)
2115 {
2116 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current, LOG_MT_ALERT, LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_ALERT | LOG_LI_COMP,
2117 "Forced termination of worker thread 1.");
2118 }
2119 else
2120 {
2121 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current, LOG_MT_ALERT, LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_ALERT | LOG_LI_COMP,
2122 "Failed call to force termination of worker thread 1.");
2123 }
2124 }
2125
2126 //In any case, we have no further use for the handle to the thread.
2127 rv = CloseHandle(C_MAIN_hCwThread1);
2128 if (!rv)
2129 {
2130 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current, LOG_MT_ALERT, LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_ALERT | LOG_LI_COMP,
2131 "Failed call to close handle of worker thread 1.");
2132 }
2133 }
2134
2135 //================================================================================
2136 //===== T I M E S N A P S H O T =============================================
2137 //================================================================================
2138 //printf("Time snapshot.\n");
2139 errno_return = _ftime64_s(&C_MAIN_time_current);
2140 if (errno_return)
2141 CCMFATAL_fatal("Failure code from _ftime64_s().",
2142 __FILE__,
2143 __LINE__);
2144
2145 //================================================================================
2146 //===== C O M M 0 S T A T E R E S T O R A T I O N =====================
2147 //================================================================================
2148 //printf("COMM 0 state restoration.\n");
2149 if (may_restore_com0_state)
2150 {
2151 BOOL rv;
2152 char buf_n[100];
2153
2154 rv = SetCommState(C_MAIN_hCommPort0, &C_MAIN_CommPort0SavedState);
2155
2156 if (rv)
2157 {
2158 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), "\"%S\" state restoration successful.", argv[1]);
2159 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
2160 LOG_MT_STARTSTOP,
2161 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP,
2162 buf_n);
2163 }
2164 else
2165 {
2166 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), "Failed to restore \"%S\" state. Exiting.", argv[1]);
2167 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
2168 LOG_MT_ALERT,
2169 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
2170 buf_n);
2171 }
2172 }
2173
2174 //================================================================================
2175 //===== T I M E S N A P S H O T =============================================
2176 //================================================================================
2177 //printf("Time snapshot.\n");
2178 errno_return = _ftime64_s(&C_MAIN_time_current);
2179 if (errno_return)
2180 CCMFATAL_fatal("Failure code from _ftime64_s().",
2181 __FILE__,
2182 __LINE__);
2183
2184 //================================================================================
2185 //===== C O M M 1 S T A T E R E S T O R A T I O N =====================
2186 //================================================================================
2187 //printf("COMM 1 state restoration.\n");
2188 if (may_restore_com1_state)
2189 {
2190 BOOL rv;
2191 char buf_n[100];
2192
2193 rv = SetCommState(C_MAIN_hCommPort1, &C_MAIN_CommPort1SavedState);
2194
2195 if (rv)
2196 {
2197 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), "\"%S\" state restoration successful.", argv[2]);
2198 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
2199 LOG_MT_STARTSTOP,
2200 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP,
2201 buf_n);
2202 }
2203 else
2204 {
2205 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), "Failed to restore \"%S\" state. Exiting.", argv[2]);
2206 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
2207 LOG_MT_ALERT,
2208 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
2209 buf_n);
2210 }
2211 }
2212
2213 //================================================================================
2214 //===== T I M E S N A P S H O T =============================================
2215 //================================================================================
2216 //printf("Time snapshot.\n");
2217 errno_return = _ftime64_s(&C_MAIN_time_current);
2218 if (errno_return)
2219 CCMFATAL_fatal("Failure code from _ftime64_s().",
2220 __FILE__,
2221 __LINE__);
2222
2223 //================================================================================
2224 //===== C O M M 0 C L O S U R E ==========================================
2225 //================================================================================
2226 //printf("COMM 0 closure.\n");
2227 if (must_close_com0)
2228 {
2229 BOOL rv;
2230
2231 rv = CloseHandle(C_MAIN_hCommPort0);
2232
2233 if (rv)
2234 {
2235 char buf_n[100];
2236
2237 //Success
2238 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), "\"%S\" closed successfully.", argv[1]);
2239 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
2240 LOG_MT_STARTSTOP,
2241 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP,
2242 buf_n);
2243 }
2244 else
2245 {
2246 char buf_n[100];
2247
2248 //Failure
2249 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), "Failed to close \"%S\".", argv[1]);
2250 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
2251 LOG_MT_ALERT,
2252 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
2253 buf_n);
2254
2255 }
2256 }
2257
2258 //================================================================================
2259 //===== T I M E S N A P S H O T =============================================
2260 //================================================================================
2261 //printf("Time snapshot.\n");
2262 errno_return = _ftime64_s(&C_MAIN_time_current);
2263 if (errno_return)
2264 CCMFATAL_fatal("Failure code from _ftime64_s().",
2265 __FILE__,
2266 __LINE__);
2267
2268 //================================================================================
2269 //===== C O M M 1 C L O S U R E ==========================================
2270 //================================================================================
2271 //printf("COMM 1 closure.\n");
2272 if (must_close_com1)
2273 {
2274 BOOL rv;
2275
2276 rv = CloseHandle(C_MAIN_hCommPort1);
2277
2278 if (rv)
2279 {
2280 char buf_n[100];
2281
2282 //Success
2283 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), "\"%S\" closed successfully.", argv[2]);
2284 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
2285 LOG_MT_STARTSTOP,
2286 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP,
2287 buf_n);
2288 }
2289 else
2290 {
2291 char buf_n[100];
2292
2293 //Failure
2294 sprintf_s(buf_n, sizeof(buf_n), "Failed to close \"%S\".", argv[2]);
2295 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current,
2296 LOG_MT_ALERT,
2297 LOG_LI_STDOUT | LOG_LI_COMP | LOG_LI_ALERT,
2298 buf_n);
2299
2300 }
2301 }
2302
2303 //Get the current time.
2304 errno_return = _ftime64_s(&C_MAIN_time_current);
2305 if (errno_return)
2306 CCMFATAL_fatal("Failure code from _ftime64_s().",
2307 __FILE__,
2308 __LINE__);
2309
2310 //Write the last line.
2311 LOG_write_ls(&C_MAIN_time_current, LOG_MT_STARTSTOP, LOG_LI_ALL, "Execution ends.");
2312
2313 //Close up the log files.
2314 //printf("Log file closure.\n");
2315 LOG_close(&C_MAIN_time_current);
2316
2317 return(0);
2318 }
2319
2320
2321 const char *C_MAIN_cvcinfo(void)
2322 {
2323 return("$Header: /home/dashley/cvsrep/e3ft_gpl01/e3ft_gpl01/winprojs/scirfmmon/source/c_main.c,v 1.45 2009/01/17 19:16:15 dashley Exp $");
2324 }
2325
2326
2327 const char *C_MAIN_hvcinfo(void)
2328 {
2329 return(C_MAIN_H_VERSION);
2330 }
2331
2332
2333 //$Log: c_main.c,v $
2334 //Revision 1.45 2009/01/17 19:16:15 dashley
2335 //Edits.
2336 //
2337 //Revision 1.44 2009/01/17 06:20:45 dashley
2338 //Edits.
2339 //
2340 //Revision 1.43 2009/01/16 18:18:26 dashley
2341 //Log file flushing added.
2342 //
2343 //Revision 1.42 2009/01/14 00:13:42 dashley
2344 //Is working, but a little rough around the edges.
2345 //
2346 //Revision 1.41 2009/01/12 06:16:42 dashley
2347 //Edits.
2348 //
2349 //Revision 1.40 2009/01/11 18:37:23 dashley
2350 //Edits.
2351 //
2352 //Revision 1.39 2009/01/11 16:53:55 dashley
2353 //Edits.
2354 //
2355 //Revision 1.38 2009/01/11 06:11:31 dashley
2356 //Edits.
2357 //
2358 //Revision 1.37 2009/01/11 05:06:36 dashley
2359 //Edits.
2360 //
2361 //Revision 1.36 2009/01/11 04:10:46 dashley
2362 //Edits.
2363 //
2364 //Revision 1.35 2009/01/09 22:04:42 dashley
2365 //Commit before working at home.
2366 //
2367 //Revision 1.34 2008/12/18 22:00:36 dashley
2368 //Edits.
2369 //
2370 //Revision 1.33 2008/12/18 21:12:59 dashley
2371 //Edits.
2372 //
2373 //Revision 1.32 2008/12/18 19:46:25 dashley
2374 //Substantial edits.
2375 //
2376 //Revision 1.31 2008/12/18 17:18:08 dashley
2377 //Edits.
2378 //
2379 //Revision 1.30 2008/12/18 03:51:02 dashley
2380 //Slack time added in main loop.
2381 //
2382 //Revision 1.29 2008/12/18 03:37:08 dashley
2383 //Updated to set communication mask using SetCommMask().
2384 //
2385 //Revision 1.28 2008/12/18 00:34:28 dashley
2386 //Edits.
2387 //
2388 //Revision 1.27 2008/12/17 23:43:02 dashley
2389 //Edits.
2390 //
2391 //Revision 1.26 2008/12/17 22:46:45 dashley
2392 //Edits.
2393 //
2394 //Revision 1.25 2008/12/17 21:40:57 dashley
2395 //Edits.
2396 //
2397 //Revision 1.24 2008/12/17 17:02:55 dashley
2398 //Configuration of timeouts moved.
2399 //
2400 //Revision 1.23 2008/12/17 05:22:28 dashley
2401 //Edits.
2402 //
2403 //Revision 1.22 2008/12/17 03:17:38 dashley
2404 //Edits.
2405 //
2406 //Revision 1.21 2008/12/17 02:04:29 dashley
2407 //Edits.
2408 //
2409 //Revision 1.20 2008/12/16 22:08:45 dashley
2410 //Edits.
2411 //
2412 //Revision 1.19 2008/12/16 21:59:55 dashley
2413 //Edits.
2414 //
2415 //Revision 1.18 2008/12/16 20:14:19 dashley
2416 //Snapshot of console input (which didn't work as expected). Saving
2417 //this in version control. May come back to it.
2418 //
2419 //Revision 1.17 2008/12/16 19:40:32 dashley
2420 //Safety checkin.
2421 //
2422 //Revision 1.16 2008/12/15 23:21:17 dashley
2423 //Edits.
2424 //
2425 //Revision 1.15 2008/12/15 21:10:08 dashley
2426 //GPL license text added to source code and also to program output.
2427 //
2428 //End of $RCSfile: c_main.c,v $.

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