Difference: Amc13CppProductionSoftwareToDoList (12 vs. 13)

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  4. Provide return value for flash verify functions
2014-06-17, hazen, dzou:

Add FLASH programming. (Needs to be done before initial release)


2014-06-13, hazen, dzou:

1. I think you have left out parts of the register names in many cases.

For example, below you want I believe "CONF.EVB.ENABLE_DAQLSC".

EDIT 1: Fixed

2. void AMC13::daqLinkEnable(bool b) { if(b) write(T1, "EVB.ENABLE_DAQLSC", 1); else write(T1, "EVB.ENABLE_DAQLSC", 0); }

This is a small thing, but I'd suggest the more concise:

void AMC13::daqLinkEnable(bool b) { write(T1, "EVB.ENABLE_DAQLSC", b); }

EDIT 2: Fixed

3. Please change the AMCInputEnable to take a bit mask instead of a list. EDIT 3: FIXED

4. Please add an SFPOutputEnable to enable SFPs, taking a 3-bit mask (writes to CONF.SFP.ENABLE_MASK). EDIT 4: FIXED

2014-06-10, dzou:

1. A number of control functions implemented with hard coded addresses (due to no equivalent register). Should add relevant registers to new address table and use named registers in control functions.

EDIT 1: Fixed

2014-06-10, hazen:

Add 64-bit versions of read and write methods. Apparently under some new C++ rules you aren't allowed to convert uint32_t* to uint64_t* without using a union or something.

(for now, maybe just add -fno-strict-aliasing to Makefile!)

2014-06-10, hazen:

Check for block read capability and automatically choose between block read and single-word reads. e.g.:

  if( m_T1 -> getNode(reg).getMode() == uhal::defs::INCREMENTAL))
    // do block read
    // do single reads
That is fine if a register name is used. For the address-based block reads, it is more

FIXED(2014-06-10, dzou): Address block read do not require register to have incremental mode. Register block read now checks for mode==incremental and will do a address block read if there is no mode == incremental

 2041-06-10, hazen:

Break up block reads greater than 0x400 32-bit words into multiple reads.

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