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qextserialbase.cpp

#include "qextserialbase.h"

/*!
\class QextSerialBase
\version 1.0.0
\author Stefan Sander

A common base class for Win_QextSerialBase, Posix_QextSerialBase and QextSerialPort.
*/
#ifdef QT_THREAD_SUPPORT
QMutex* QextSerialBase::mutex=NULL;
unsigned long QextSerialBase::refCount=0;
#endif

/*!
\fn QextSerialBase::QextSerialBase()
Default constructor.
*/
00020 QextSerialBase::QextSerialBase()
 : QIODevice()
{

#ifdef _TTY_WIN_
    setPortName("COM1");

#elif defined(_TTY_IRIX_)
    setPortName("/dev/ttyf1");

#elif defined(_TTY_HPUX_)
    setPortName("/dev/tty1p0");

#elif defined(_TTY_SUN_)
    setPortName("/dev/ttya");

#elif defined(_TTY_DIGITAL_)
    setPortName("/dev/tty01");

#elif defined(_TTY_FREEBSD_)
    setPortName("/dev/ttyd1");

#else
    setPortName("/dev/ttyS0");
#endif

    construct();
}

/*!
\fn QextSerialBase::QextSerialBase(const QString & name)
Construct a port and assign it to the device specified by the name parameter.
*/
00053 QextSerialBase::QextSerialBase(const QString & name)
 : QIODevice()
{
    setPortName(name);
    construct();
}

/*!
\fn QextSerialBase::~QextSerialBase()
Standard destructor.
*/
00064 QextSerialBase::~QextSerialBase()
{

#ifdef QT_THREAD_SUPPORT
    refCount--;
    if (mutex && refCount==0) {
        delete mutex;
        mutex=NULL;
    }
#endif

}

/*!
\fn void QextSerialBase::construct()
Common constructor function for setting up default port settings.
(9600 Baud, 8N1, no flow control where supported, otherwise no flow control, and 20 ms timeout).
*/
00082 void QextSerialBase::construct()
{
    Settings.BaudRate=BAUD9600;
    Settings.DataBits=DATA_8;
    Settings.Parity=PAR_NONE;
    Settings.StopBits=STOP_1;
    Settings.FlowControl=FLOW_OFF;
    Settings.Timeout_Sec=0;
    Settings.Timeout_Millisec=20;

#ifdef QT_THREAD_SUPPORT
    if (!mutex) {
        mutex=new QMutex( QMutex::Recursive );
    }
    refCount++;
#endif

      setOpenMode(QIODevice::NotOpen);
}

/*!
\fn void QextSerialBase::setPortName(const QString & name)
Sets the name of the device associated with the object, e.g. "COM1", or "/dev/ttyS0".
*/
00106 void QextSerialBase::setPortName(const QString & name)
{
    port = name;
}

/*!
\fn QString QextSerialBase::portName() const
Returns the name set by setPortName().
*/
00115 QString QextSerialBase::portName() const
{
    return port;
}

/*!
\fn BaudRateType QextSerialBase::baudRate(void) const
Returns the baud rate of the serial port.  For a list of possible return values see
the definition of the enum BaudRateType.
*/
00125 BaudRateType QextSerialBase::baudRate(void) const
{
    return Settings.BaudRate;
}

/*!
\fn DataBitsType QextSerialBase::dataBits() const
Returns the number of data bits used by the port.  For a list of possible values returned by
this function, see the definition of the enum DataBitsType.
*/
00135 DataBitsType QextSerialBase::dataBits() const
{
    return Settings.DataBits;
}

/*!
\fn ParityType QextSerialBase::parity() const
Returns the type of parity used by the port.  For a list of possible values returned by
this function, see the definition of the enum ParityType.
*/
00145 ParityType QextSerialBase::parity() const
{
    return Settings.Parity;
}

/*!
\fn StopBitsType QextSerialBase::stopBits() const
Returns the number of stop bits used by the port.  For a list of possible return values, see
the definition of the enum StopBitsType.
*/
00155 StopBitsType QextSerialBase::stopBits() const
{
    return Settings.StopBits;
}

/*!
\fn FlowType QextSerialBase::flowControl() const
Returns the type of flow control used by the port.  For a list of possible values returned
by this function, see the definition of the enum FlowType.
*/
00165 FlowType QextSerialBase::flowControl() const
{
    return Settings.FlowControl;
}

/*!
\fn bool QextSerialBase::isSequential() const
Returns true if device is sequential, otherwise returns false. Serial port is sequential device
so this function always returns true. Check QIODevice::isSequential() documentation for more 
information.
*/
00176 bool QextSerialBase::isSequential() const
{
      return true;
}

/*!
\fn bool QextSerialBase::atEnd() const
This function will return true if the input buffer is empty (or on error), and false otherwise.
Call QextSerialBase::lastError() for error information.
*/
00186 bool QextSerialBase::atEnd() const
{
    if (size()) {
        return true;
    }
    return false;
}

/*!
\fn qint64 QextSerialBase::readLine(char * data, qint64 maxSize)
This function will read a line of buffered input from the port, stopping when either maxSize bytes
have been read, the port has no more data available, or a newline is encountered.
The value returned is the length of the string that was read.
*/
00200 qint64 QextSerialBase::readLine(char * data, qint64 maxSize)
{
    qint64 numBytes = bytesAvailable();
    char* pData = data;

      if (maxSize < 2)  //maxSize must be larger than 1
            return -1;

    /*read a byte at a time for MIN(bytesAvail, maxSize - 1) iterations, or until a newline*/
    while (pData<(data+numBytes) && --maxSize) {
        readData(pData, 1);
        if (*pData++ == '\n') {
            break;
        }
    }
    *pData='\0';

    /*return size of data read*/
    return (pData-data);
}

/*!
\fn ulong QextSerialBase::lastError() const
Returns the code for the last error encountered by the port, or E_NO_ERROR if the last port
operation was successful.  Possible error codes are:

\verbatim
Error                           Explanation
---------------------------     -------------------------------------------------------------
E_NO_ERROR                      No Error has occured
E_INVALID_FD                    Invalid file descriptor (port was not opened correctly)
E_NO_MEMORY                     Unable to allocate memory tables (POSIX)
E_CAUGHT_NON_BLOCKED_SIGNAL     Caught a non-blocked signal (POSIX)
E_PORT_TIMEOUT                  Operation timed out (POSIX)
E_INVALID_DEVICE                The file opened by the port is not a character device (POSIX)
E_BREAK_CONDITION               The port detected a break condition
E_FRAMING_ERROR                 The port detected a framing error
                                (usually caused by incorrect baud rate settings)
E_IO_ERROR                      There was an I/O error while communicating with the port
E_BUFFER_OVERRUN                Character buffer overrun
E_RECEIVE_OVERFLOW              Receive buffer overflow
E_RECEIVE_PARITY_ERROR          The port detected a parity error in the received data
E_TRANSMIT_OVERFLOW             Transmit buffer overflow
E_READ_FAILED                   General read operation failure
E_WRITE_FAILED                  General write operation failure
\endverbatim
*/
00247 ulong QextSerialBase::lastError() const
{
    return lastErr;
}

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