wiringSam

wiringSam is a little library to easily access to GPIOs pins of an Atmel AT91SAM like on "Arduino" cards.
It is written in C, using direct memory access with mmap().
Version 0.1 - 28 August 2015
Copyright (C) 2015 Marc Le Douarain.


Usage :

To use it, just add the 2 files : wiringSam.h and wiringSam.c to your files project.
 
Then in your code,
at the top, add line: #include "wiringSam.h"


List of functions available :

int wiringSamSetup( void ) => should be called first
void wiringSamEnd( void ) => to call at end of your program (optional)

void pinMode( int controller, int pin, int mode ) => select pin between INPUT/OUTPUT
void pullUpDnControl( int controller, int pin, int pud ) => set pull-up (PUD_UP) / pull-down (PUD_DOWN) / none (PUD_OFF) on the input pin
int digitalRead( int controller, int pin ) => give state of the input pin: LOW/HIGH
void digitalWrite( int controller, int pin, int value ) => set state of the output pin: LOW/HIGH

in previous fonctions:
        controller =  WSAM_PIO_A / WSAM_PIO_B / WSAM_PIO_C/ WSAM_PIO_D to select A/B/C/D controller PIO
        pin = 0 to 31.

void delay( unsigned int howLong )
void delayMicroseconds( unsigned int howLong )
unsigned int millis( void )
unsigned int micros( void )


Typical examples of use :
  • To read state of an input pin :
        pinMode( WSAM_PIO_C, 17, INPUT );
        printf( "Value of bit_17/PIO_C : %s\n", digitalRead( WSAM_PIO_C, 17 )?"HIGH":"LOW" );

  • To flash an output pin in loop :
        pinMode( WSAM_PIO_C, 0, OUTPUT );
        for( ; ; )
        {
            digitalWrite( WSAM_PIO_C, 0, HIGH );
            delay( 500 ); //ms
            digitalWrite( WSAM_PIO_C, 0, LOW );
            delay( 500 ); //ms
        }

See little example code included in the archive: "test_at91sam_gpio.c".

Tested on the Arietta board by AcmeSystems (low-cost Linux embedded module).

AcmeSystems Arietta AT91SAM9G25


Download :

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wiringSam-v0_1.tar.gz
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Marc Le Douarain,
28 août 2015 à 06:22
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