ARTIQ Zynq-based core device support
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artiq-zynq/src/include/printf.h

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///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// \author (c) Marco Paland (info@paland.com)
// 2014-2019, PALANDesign Hannover, Germany
//
// \license The MIT License (MIT)
//
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//
// \brief Tiny printf, sprintf and snprintf implementation, optimized for speed on
// embedded systems with a very limited resources.
// Use this instead of bloated standard/newlib printf.
// These routines are thread safe and reentrant.
//
///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
#ifndef _PRINTF_H_
#define _PRINTF_H_
#include <stdarg.h>
#include <stddef.h>
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif
/**
* Output a character to a custom device like UART, used by the printf() function
* This function is declared here only. You have to write your custom implementation somewhere
* \param character Character to output
*/
void _putchar(char character);
/**
* Tiny printf implementation
* You have to implement _putchar if you use printf()
* To avoid conflicts with the regular printf() API it is overridden by macro defines
* and internal underscore-appended functions like printf_() are used
* \param format A string that specifies the format of the output
* \return The number of characters that are written into the array, not counting the terminating null character
*/
#define printf printf_
#define __printf__ printf_
int printf_(const char* format, ...);
/**
* Tiny sprintf implementation
* Due to security reasons (buffer overflow) YOU SHOULD CONSIDER USING (V)SNPRINTF INSTEAD!
* \param buffer A pointer to the buffer where to store the formatted string. MUST be big enough to store the output!
* \param format A string that specifies the format of the output
* \return The number of characters that are WRITTEN into the buffer, not counting the terminating null character
*/
#define sprintf sprintf_
int sprintf_(char* buffer, const char* format, ...);
/**
* Tiny snprintf/vsnprintf implementation
* \param buffer A pointer to the buffer where to store the formatted string
* \param count The maximum number of characters to store in the buffer, including a terminating null character
* \param format A string that specifies the format of the output
* \param va A value identifying a variable arguments list
* \return The number of characters that COULD have been written into the buffer, not counting the terminating
* null character. A value equal or larger than count indicates truncation. Only when the returned value
* is non-negative and less than count, the string has been completely written.
*/
#define snprintf snprintf_
#define vsnprintf vsnprintf_
int snprintf_(char* buffer, size_t count, const char* format, ...);
int vsnprintf_(char* buffer, size_t count, const char* format, va_list va);
/**
* Tiny vprintf implementation
* \param format A string that specifies the format of the output
* \param va A value identifying a variable arguments list
* \return The number of characters that are WRITTEN into the buffer, not counting the terminating null character
*/
#define vprintf vprintf_
int vprintf_(const char* format, va_list va);
/**
* printf with output function
* You may use this as dynamic alternative to printf() with its fixed _putchar() output
* \param out An output function which takes one character and an argument pointer
* \param arg An argument pointer for user data passed to output function
* \param format A string that specifies the format of the output
* \return The number of characters that are sent to the output function, not counting the terminating null character
*/
int fctprintf(void (*out)(char character, void* arg), void* arg, const char* format, ...);
#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif
#endif // _PRINTF_H_