removed unused files from snake lib

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Ondřej Hruška 8 years ago
parent ee846562bb
commit 4728c9404a
  1. 8
      projects/lcdsnake/lib/README.md
  2. 83
      projects/lcdsnake/lib/colors.h
  3. 98
      projects/lcdsnake/lib/ws_rgb.h
  4. 31
      projects/lcdsnake/lib/yeolde.h

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AVR utils library
=================
This is my ever-evolving library (not only) for AVR programming.
When I'm done with a project, I copy the current library to the project, so it doesn't break when I do further improvements.
Each library file contains a large comment block explaining it's function.

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#pragma once
/*
Some useful utilities for RGB color manipulation
The XXXc macros don't use cast, so they can be used in array initializers.
xrgb ... 3-byte true-color RGB (8 bits per component)
rgbXX ... XX-bit color value, with equal nr of bits per component
XX_r (_g, _b) ... extract component from the color, and convert it to 0..255
*/
typedef struct {
uint8_t r;
uint8_t g;
uint8_t b;
} xrgb_t;
typedef uint32_t rgb24_t;
typedef uint16_t rgb16_t;
typedef uint16_t rgb12_t;
typedef uint8_t rgb6_t;
#define xrgb(rr, gg, bb) ((xrgb_t)xrgbc(rr, gg, bb))
// xrgb for constant array declarations
#define xrgbc(rr, gg, bb) { .r = ((uint8_t)(rr)), .g = ((uint8_t)(gg)), .b = ((uint8_t)(bb)) }
#define xrgb_r(c) ((uint8_t)(c.r))
#define xrgb_g(c) ((uint8_t)(c.g))
#define xrgb_b(c) ((uint8_t)(c.b))
#define xrgb_rgb24(c) ((((rgb24_t)c.r) << 16) | (((rgb24_t)c.g) << 8) | (((rgb24_t)c.b)))
#define xrgb_rgb15(c) (((((rgb15_t)c.r) & 0xF8) << 7) | ((((rgb15_t)c.g) & 0xF8) << 2) | ((((rgb15_t)c.b) & 0xF8) >> 3))
#define xrgb_rgb12(c) (((((rgb12_t)c.r) & 0xF0) << 4) | ((((rgb12_t)c.g) & 0xF0)) | ((((rgb12_t)c.b) & 0xF0) >> 4))
#define xrgb_rgb6(c) (((((rgb6_t)c.r) & 0xC0) >> 2) | ((((rgb6_t)c.g) & 0xC0) >> 4) | ((((rgb6_t)c.b) & 0xC0) >> 6))
#define rgb24c(r,g,b) (((((rgb24_t)r) & 0xFF) << 16) | ((((rgb24_t)g) & 0xFF) << 8) | (((rgb24_t)b) & 0xFF))
#define rgb24(r,g,b) ((rgb24_t) rgb24(r,g,b))
#define rgb24_r(c) ((((rgb24_t) (c)) >> 16) & 0xFF)
#define rgb24_g(c) ((((rgb24_t) (c)) >> 8) & 0xFF)
#define rgb24_b(c) ((((rgb24_t) (c)) >> 0) & 0xFF)
#define rgb24_xrgb(c) xrgb(rgb24_r(c), rgb24_g(c), rgb24_b(c))
#define rgb24_xrgbc(c) xrgbc(rgb24_r(c), rgb24_g(c), rgb24_b(c))
#define rgb15(r,g,b) ((rgb16_t) rgb15c(r,g,b))
#define rgb15c(r,g,b) (((r & 0x1F) << 10) | ((g & 0x1F) << 5) | (b & 0x1F))
#define rgb15_r(c) ((((rgb15_t) (c)) & 0x7C00) >> 7)
#define rgb15_g(c) ((((rgb15_t) (c)) & 0x3E0) >> 2)
#define rgb15_b(c) ((((rgb15_t) (c)) & 0x1F) << 3)
#define rgb15_xrgb(c) xrgb(rgb15_r(c), rgb15_g(c), rgb15_b(c))
#define rgb15_rgb24(c) rgb24(rgb15_r(c), rgb15_g(c), rgb15_b(c))
#define rgb15_rgb24c(c) rgb24c(rgb15_r(c), rgb15_g(c), rgb15_b(c))
#define rgb12(r,g,b) ((rgb12_t) rgb12c(r,g,b))
#define rgb12c(r,g,b) (((r & 0xF) << 8) | ((g & 0xF) << 4) | (b & 0xF))
#define rgb12_r(c) ((((rgb12_t) (c)) & 0xF00) >> 4)
#define rgb12_g(c) (((rgb12_t) (c)) & 0xF0)
#define rgb12_b(c) (((r(rgb12_t) (c)gb) & 0x0F) << 4)
#define rgb12_xrgb(c) xrgb(rgb12_r(c), rgb12_g(c), rgb12_b(c))
#define rgb12_xrgbc(c) xrgbc(rgb12_r(c), rgb12_g(c), rgb12_b(c))
#define rgb12_rgb24(c) rgb24(rgb12_r(c), rgb12_g(c), rgb12_b(c))
#define rgb12_rgb24c(c) rgb24c(rgb12_r(c), rgb12_g(c), rgb12_b(c))
#define rgb6(r,g,b) ((rgb6_t) rgb6c(r,g,b))
#define rgb6c(r,g,b) (((r & 3) << 4) | ((g & 3) << 2) | (b & 3))
#define rgb6_r(c) ((((rgb6_t) (c)) & 0x30) << 2)
#define rgb6_g(c) ((((rgb6_t) (c)) & 0xC) << 4)
#define rgb6_b(c) ((((rgb6_t) (c)) & 0x3) << 6)
#define rgb6_xrgb(c) xrgb(rgb6_r(c), rgb6_g(c), rgb6_b(c))
#define rgb6_xrgbc(c) xrgbc(rgb6_r(c), rgb6_g(c), rgb6_b(c))
#define rgb6_rgb24(c) rgb24(rgb6_r(c), rgb6_g(c), rgb6_b(c))
#define rgb6_rgb24c(c) rgb24c(rgb6_r(c), rgb6_g(c), rgb6_b(c))
#define add_xrgb(x, y) ((xrgb_t) { (((y).r > (255 - (x).r)) ? 255 : ((x).r + (y).r)), (((y).g > (255 - (x).g)) ? 255 : ((x).g + (y).g)), (((y).b > 255 - (x).b) ? 255 : ((x).b + (y).b)) })

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#pragma once
/**
Utils for driving a WS28xx (tested on WS2812B) RGB LED strips.
It's implemented as macros to avoid overhead when passing values, and to
enable driving multiple strips at once.
To avoid bloating your code, try to reduce the number of invocations -
compute color and then send it.
[IMPORTANT]
Some seemingly random influences can ruin the communication.
If you have enough memory, consider preparing the colors in array,
and sending this array using one of the "ws_send_XXX_array" macros.
*/
#include <avr/io.h>
#include "pins.h"
#include "nsdelay.h"
#include "colors.h"
/* Driver code for WS2812B */
// --- timing constraints (NS) ---
#ifndef WS_T_1H
# define WS_T_1H 700
#endif
#ifndef WS_T_1L
# define WS_T_1L 150
#endif
#ifndef WS_T_0H
# define WS_T_0H 150
#endif
#ifndef WS_T_0L
# define WS_T_0L 700
#endif
#ifndef WS_T_LATCH
# define WS_T_LATCH 7000
#endif
/** Wait long enough for the colors to show */
#define ws_show() do {delay_ns_c(WS_T_LATCH, 0); } while(0)
/** Send one byte to the RGB strip */
#define ws_send_byte(io, bb) do { \
for (volatile int8_t __ws_tmp = 7; __ws_tmp >= 0; --__ws_tmp) { \
if ((bb) & (1 << __ws_tmp)) { \
pin_high(io_pack(io)); delay_ns_c(WS_T_1H, -2); \
pin_low(io_pack(io)); delay_ns_c(WS_T_1L, -10); \
} else { \
pin_high(io_pack(io)); delay_ns_c(WS_T_0H, -2); \
pin_low(io_pack(io)); delay_ns_c(WS_T_0L, -10); \
} \
} \
} while(0)
/** Send R,G,B color to the strip */
#define ws_send_rgb(io, r, g, b) do { \
ws_send_byte(io_pack(io), g); \
ws_send_byte(io_pack(io), r); \
ws_send_byte(io_pack(io), b); \
} while(0)
/** Send a RGB struct */
#define ws_send_xrgb(io, xrgb) ws_send_rgb(io_pack(io), (xrgb).r, (xrgb).g, (xrgb).b)
/** Send color hex */
#define ws_send_rgb24(io, rgb) ws_send_rgb(io_pack(io), rgb24_r(rgb), rgb24_g(rgb), rgb24_b(rgb))
#define ws_send_rgb15(io, rgb) ws_send_rgb(io_pack(io), rgb15_r(rgb), rgb15_g(rgb), rgb15_b(rgb))
#define ws_send_rgb12(io, rgb) ws_send_rgb(io_pack(io), rgb12_r(rgb), rgb12_g(rgb), rgb12_b(rgb))
#define ws_send_rgb6(io, rgb) ws_send_rgb(io_pack(io), rgb6_r(rgb), rgb6_g(rgb), rgb6_b(rgb))
/** Send array of colors */
#define ws_send_xrgb_array(io, rgbs, length) __ws_send_array_proto(io_pack(io), (rgbs), (length), xrgb)
#define ws_send_rgb24_array(io, rgbs, length) __ws_send_array_proto(io_pack(io), (rgbs), (length), rgb24)
#define ws_send_rgb15_array(io, rgbs, length) __ws_send_array_proto(io_pack(io), (rgbs), (length), rgb15)
#define ws_send_rgb12_array(io, rgbs, length) __ws_send_array_proto(io_pack(io), (rgbs), (length), rgb12)
#define ws_send_rgb6_array(io, rgbs, length) __ws_send_array_proto(io_pack(io), (rgbs), (length), rgb6)
// prototype for sending array. it's ugly, sorry.
#define __ws_send_array_proto(io, rgbs, length, style) do { \
for (uint8_t __ws_tmp_sap_i = 0; __ws_tmp_sap_i < length; __ws_tmp_sap_i++) { \
style ## _t __ws_tmp_sap2 = (rgbs)[__ws_tmp_sap_i]; \
ws_send_ ## style(io_pack(io), __ws_tmp_sap2); \
} \
} while(0)

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#pragma once
/**
Ye Olde Control Structures
*/
#include "loops.h"
#define whilst(what) while((what))
#define when(what) if((what))
#define otherwise else
#define commence {
#define then {
#define cease }
#define choose(what) switch((what))
#define option case
#define shatter break
#define replay continue
#define equals ==
#define is ==
#define be =
#define over >
#define above >
#define under <
#define below <
#define let /**/
#define raise(what) (what)++
#define number int
#warning "This is a joke. Do not use YeOlde.h in serious code!"
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