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Posted: Mon Dec 12, 2005 10:44 pm
I am having some problem enabling the S12X Real time interrupt. My code below cut down to basics to see what is up.
Can someone point me to the error? It seems to me that I am missing a register setting somewhere however much reading I did to locate same.
INT_CFDATA0 ($128) sets to one but RTI does not interrupt as shown in my debug
Thanks for any feed back..
movb #%01110000,RTICTL ;Initialize RTI rate
movb #%10000000,CRGINT ;enable interrupt
movb #$F0,INT_CFADDR ;Place RTI -> Power on RESET into window
movb #%00000001,INT_CFDATA0 ;Set RTI to level 1 priority
com PTP ;toggle LED to diagnose problem
;IVBR + $F0
VECTOR07 dc.w RTIISR ;Real Time Interrupt
VECTOR06 dc.w ResetFunc ;IRQ
VECTOR05 dc.w ResetFunc ;XIRQ
VECTOR04 dc.w ResetFunc ;SWI
VECTOR03 dc.w ResetFunc ;Instruction Trap
VECTOR02 dc.w ResetFunc ;COP failure
VECTOR01 dc.w ResetFunc ;Clock Monitor
VECTOR00 dc.w ResetFunc ;Power On RESET
Posted: Mon Dec 12, 2005 11:50 pm
Do you do a "CLI" after calling the "RTIInit" function to clear the I-Bit in the status register to enable interrupts??
Posted: Tue Dec 13, 2005 12:59 am
> Do you do a "CLI" after calling the "RTIInit" function to clear the I-Bit in the status
> register to enable interrupts??
Yes I did. The "CLI" and "DDRP" are setup somewhere else before going into a main loop spinning wheels.
A side note. I got the SCI0 interrupt working on S12X but the RTI is stubbornly refusing to be enabled so I figure something must be silly with my code, else lack of info in the docs to be found.
Posted: Thu Dec 15, 2005 8:53 pm
> stubbornly refusing to be enabled so I figure something must be silly
> with my code, else lack of info in the docs to be found.
An update. Got the RTI, SCI0 and OC6 working now. My experience on this is Lack of info on how to scheme the various interrupts together made difficult how to understand/implement to this new hardware.
Posted: Fri Dec 16, 2005 8:38 pm
> An update. Got the RTI, SCI0 and OC6 working now. My experience on
> this is Lack of info on how to scheme the various interrupts together
> made difficult how to understand/implement to this new hardware.
What does that mean--could you be more specific as to what you were doing wrong?
Posted: Sat Dec 17, 2005 12:23 am
> After much head scratching and debugging, just for the fun of it, I
> decided to change priority level SC1O to level 3, RTI to level 4, and
> OC6 to level 2. Voila! it works. I do not yet fully comprehend why,
> to me an interrupt is an interrupt regardless of priority. The
> document MC9S12XDP512_V2.pdf is hinting at even if an interrupt
> happens to occur, it maynot be serviced at all. Perhaps I ran across
> that smack in the face.
The problem arises that when you are servicing an interrupt others can occur, so when you return from the current interupts you have to decide which one to service next, hence priority.
If your interrupts service routine is too time consuming there could be interrupts that never get done.
I decided to drop incoming communication if busy, works usually, except when it result in a retransmission of the incoming string, such as a S1S9, it gets busy very quickly:-)
Posted: Sat Dec 17, 2005 1:45 am
> If your interrupts service routine is too time consuming there could be interrupts that
> never get done.
Not too extensive, Real Time Interrupts every 16ms, OC6 at 10Khz, SCI0 just parsing a single letter command then set a flag to process later. When I set Priority level 1 to all, none of the ISR are serviced. All ISR are around 5 assembly line of codes.
Right now I am just getting to know the MCUs quirks.