ESP Peripherals

This library simplifies the management of peripherals, by pooling and monitoring in a single task, adding basic functions to send and receive events. And it also provides APIs to easily integrate new peripherals.

注解

Note that if you do not intend to integrate new peripherals into esp_peripherals, you are only interested in simple api esp_periph_init, esp_periph_start, esp_periph_stop and esp_periph_destroy. If you want to integrate new peripherals, please refer to Periph Button source code

Examples

#include "esp_log.h"
#include "esp_peripherals.h"
#include "periph_sdcard.h"
#include "periph_button.h"
#include "periph_touch.h"

static const char *TAG = "ESP_PERIPH_TEST";

static esp_err_t _periph_event_handle(audio_event_iface_msg_t *event, void *context)
{
    switch ((int)event->source_type) {
        case PERIPH_ID_BUTTON:
            ESP_LOGI(TAG, "BUTTON[%d], event->event_id=%d", (int)event->data, event->cmd);
            break;
        case PERIPH_ID_SDCARD:
            ESP_LOGI(TAG, "SDCARD status, event->event_id=%d", event->cmd);
            break;
        case PERIPH_ID_TOUCH:
            ESP_LOGI(TAG, "TOUCH[%d], event->event_id=%d", (int)event->data, event->cmd);
            break;
        case PERIPH_ID_WIFI:
            ESP_LOGI(TAG, "WIFI, event->event_id=%d", event->cmd);
            break;
    }
    return ESP_OK;
}

void app_main(void)
{
    // Initialize Peripherals pool
    esp_periph_config_t periph_cfg = DEFAULT_ESP_PERIPH_SET_CONFIG();
    esp_periph_set_handle_t set = esp_periph_set_init(&periph_cfg);

    esp_periph_set_register_callback(set, _periph_event_handle, NULL);
    // Setup SDCARD peripheral
    periph_sdcard_cfg_t sdcard_cfg = {
        .root = "/sdcard",
        .card_detect_pin = GPIO_NUM_34,
    };
    esp_periph_handle_t sdcard_handle = periph_sdcard_init(&sdcard_cfg);

    // Setup BUTTON peripheral
    periph_button_cfg_t btn_cfg = {
        .gpio_mask = GPIO_SEL_36 | GPIO_SEL_39
    };
    esp_periph_handle_t button_handle = periph_button_init(&btn_cfg);

    // Setup TOUCH peripheral
    periph_touch_cfg_t touch_cfg = {
        .touch_mask = TOUCH_PAD_SEL4 | TOUCH_PAD_SEL7 | TOUCH_PAD_SEL8 | TOUCH_PAD_SEL9,
        .tap_threshold_percent = 70,
    };
    esp_periph_handle_t touch_handle = periph_touch_init(&touch_cfg);

    // Start all peripheral
    esp_periph_start(set, button_handle);
    esp_periph_start(set, sdcard_handle);
    esp_periph_start(set, touch_handle);
    vTaskDelay(10*1000/portTICK_RATE_MS);

    //Stop button peripheral
    esp_periph_stop(button_handle);
    vTaskDelay(10*1000/portTICK_RATE_MS);

    //Start button again
    esp_periph_start(set, button_handle);
    vTaskDelay(10*1000/portTICK_RATE_MS);

    //Stop & destroy all peripherals
    esp_periph_set_destroy(set);
}

API Reference

Functions

esp_periph_set_handle_t esp_periph_set_init(esp_periph_config_t *config)

Initialize esp_peripheral sets, create empty peripherals list. Call this function before starting any peripherals (with esp_periph_start). This call will initialize the data needed for esp_peripherals to work, but does not actually create the task. The event_handle is optional if you want to receive events from this callback function. The esp_peripherals task will send all events out to event_iface, can be listen by event_iface by esp_periph_get_event_iface. The user_context will sent esp_periph_event_handle_t as *context parameter.

Return
The peripheral sets instance
Parameters
  • config: The configurations

esp_err_t esp_periph_set_destroy(esp_periph_set_handle_t periph_set_handle)

This function will stop and kill the monitor task, calling all destroy callback functions of the peripheral (so you do not need to destroy the peripheral object manually). It will also remove all memory allocated to the peripherals list, so you need to call the esp_periph_set_init function again if you want to use it.

Return
  • ESP_OK
  • ESP_FAIL
Parameters
  • periph_set_handle: The esp_periph_set_handle_t instance

esp_err_t esp_periph_set_stop_all(esp_periph_set_handle_t periph_set_handle)

Stop monitoring all peripherals, the peripheral state is still kept. This funciton only temporary disables the peripheral.

Return
  • ESP_OK
  • ESP_FAIL
Parameters
  • periph_set_handle: The esp_periph_set_handle_t instance

esp_periph_handle_t esp_periph_set_get_by_id(esp_periph_set_handle_t periph_set_handle, int periph_id)

Get the peripheral handle by Peripheral ID.

Return
The esp_periph_handle_t
Parameters
  • periph_set_handle: The esp_periph_set_handle_t instance
  • periph_id: as esp_periph_id_t, or any ID you use when calling esp_periph_create

audio_event_iface_handle_t esp_periph_set_get_event_iface(esp_periph_set_handle_t periph_set_handle)

Return the event_iface used by this esp_peripherals.

Return
The audio event iface handle
Parameters
  • periph_set_handle: The esp_periph_set_handle_t instance

esp_err_t esp_periph_set_register_callback(esp_periph_set_handle_t periph_set_handle, esp_periph_event_handle_t cb, void *user_context)

Register peripheral sets event callback function.

Return
  • ESP_OK
  • ESP_FAIL
Parameters
  • periph_set_handle: The esp_periph_set_handle_t instance
  • cb: The event handle callback function
  • user_context: The user context pointer

QueueHandle_t esp_periph_set_get_queue(esp_periph_set_handle_t periph_set_handle)

Peripheral is using event_iface to control the event, all events are send out to event_iface queue. This function will be useful in case we want to read events directly from the event_iface queue.

Return
The queue handle
Parameters
  • periph_set_handle: The esp_periph_set_handle_t instance

esp_err_t esp_periph_set_list_init(esp_periph_set_handle_t periph_set_handle)

Call this function to initialize all the listed peripherals.

Note
Work with no task peripheral set only
Return
  • ESP_OK
  • ESP_FAIL
Parameters
  • periph_set_handle: The esp_periph_set_handle_t instance

esp_err_t esp_periph_set_list_run(esp_periph_set_handle_t periph_set_handle, audio_event_iface_msg_t msg)

Call this function to run all the listed peripherals.

Note
Work with no task peripheral set only
Return
  • ESP_OK
  • ESP_FAIL
Parameters

esp_err_t esp_periph_set_list_destroy(esp_periph_set_handle_t periph_set_handle)

Call this function to destroy all the listed peripherals.

Note
Work with no task peripheral set only
Return
  • ESP_OK
  • ESP_FAIL
Parameters
  • periph_set_handle: The esp_periph_set_handle_t instance

esp_periph_handle_t esp_periph_create(int periph_id, const char *tag)

Call this function to initialize a new peripheral.

Return
The peripheral handle
Parameters
  • periph_id: The periph identifier
  • tag: The tag name, we named it easy to get in debug logs

esp_err_t esp_periph_set_function(esp_periph_handle_t periph, esp_periph_func init, esp_periph_run_func run, esp_periph_func destroy)

Each peripheral has a cycle of sequential operations from initialization, execution of commands to destroying the peripheral. These operations are represented by functions passed as call parameters to this function.

Return
  • ESP_OK
  • ESP_FAIL
Parameters
  • periph: The periph
  • init: The initialize
  • run: The run
  • destroy: The destroy

esp_err_t esp_periph_start(esp_periph_set_handle_t periph_set_handle, esp_periph_handle_t periph)

Add the peripheral to peripherals list, enable and start monitor task (if task stack size > 0)

Note
This peripheral must be first created by calling esp_periph_create
Return
  • ESP_OK on success
  • ESP_FAIL when any errors
Parameters
  • periph_set_handle: The esp_periph_set_handle_t instance
  • periph: The peripheral instance

esp_err_t esp_periph_stop(esp_periph_handle_t periph)

Stop monitoring the peripheral, the peripheral state is still kept. This funciton only temporary disables the peripheral.

Return
  • ESP_OK
  • ESP_FAIL
Parameters
  • periph: The periph

esp_err_t esp_periph_send_cmd(esp_periph_handle_t periph, int cmd, void *data, int data_len)

When this function is called, the command is passed to the event_iface command queue, and the esp_periph_run_func of this peripheral will be executed in the main peripheral task. This function can be called from any task, basically it only sends a queue to the main peripheral task.

Return
  • ESP_OK
  • ESP_FAIL
Parameters
  • periph: The periph
  • cmd: The command
  • data: The data
  • data_len: The data length

esp_err_t esp_periph_send_cmd_from_isr(esp_periph_handle_t periph, int cmd, void *data, int data_len)

Similar to esp_periph_send_cmd, but it can be called in the hardware interrupt handle.

Return
  • ESP_OK
  • ESP_FAIL
Parameters
  • periph: The periph
  • cmd: The command
  • data: The data
  • data_len: The data length

esp_err_t esp_periph_send_event(esp_periph_handle_t periph, int event_id, void *data, int data_len)

In addition to sending an event via event_iface, this function will dispatch the event_handle callback if the event_handle callback is provided at esp_periph_init

Return
  • ESP_OK
  • ESP_FAIL
Parameters
  • periph: The peripheral
  • event_id: The event identifier
  • data: The data
  • data_len: The data length

esp_err_t esp_periph_start_timer(esp_periph_handle_t periph, TickType_t interval_tick, timer_callback callback)

Each peripheral can initialize a timer, which is by default NULL. When this function is called, the timer for the peripheral is created and it invokes the callback function every interval tick.

Note
  • You do not need to stop or destroy the timer, when the esp_periph_destroy function is called, it will stop and destroy all
  • This timer using FreeRTOS Timer, with autoreload = true
Return
  • ESP_OK
  • ESP_FAIL
Parameters
  • periph: The peripheral
  • interval_tick: The interval tick
  • callback: The callback

esp_err_t esp_periph_stop_timer(esp_periph_handle_t periph)

Stop peripheral timer.

Return
  • ESP_OK
  • ESP_FAIL
Parameters
  • periph: The peripheral

esp_err_t esp_periph_set_data(esp_periph_handle_t periph, void *data)

Set the user data.

Note
Make sure the data lifetime is sufficient, this function does not copy all data, it only stores the data pointer
Return
  • ESP_OK
  • ESP_FAIL
Parameters
  • periph: The peripheral
  • data: The data

void *esp_periph_get_data(esp_periph_handle_t periph)

Get the user data stored in the peripheral.

Return
Peripheral data pointer
Parameters
  • periph: The peripheral

esp_periph_state_t esp_periph_get_state(esp_periph_handle_t periph)

Get the current state of peripheral.

Return
The peripharal working state
Parameters
  • periph: The handle of peripheral

esp_periph_id_t esp_periph_get_id(esp_periph_handle_t periph)

Get Peripheral identifier.

Return
The peripheral identifier
Parameters
  • periph: The peripheral

esp_err_t esp_periph_set_id(esp_periph_handle_t periph, esp_periph_id_t periph_id)

Set Peripheral identifier.

Return
  • ESP_OK
  • ESP_FAIL
Parameters
  • periph: The peripheral
  • periph_id: The peripheral identifier

esp_err_t esp_periph_init(esp_periph_handle_t periph)

Call this to execute init function of peripheral instance.

Return
  • ESP_OK
  • ESP_FAIL
Parameters
  • periph: The peripheral handle

esp_err_t esp_periph_run(esp_periph_handle_t periph)

Call this to execute run function of peripheral instance.

Return
  • ESP_OK
  • ESP_FAIL
Parameters
  • periph: The peripheral handle

esp_err_t esp_periph_destroy(esp_periph_handle_t periph)

Call this to execute destroy function of peripheral instance.

Return
  • ESP_OK
  • ESP_FAIL
Parameters
  • periph: The peripheral handle

esp_err_t esp_periph_register_on_events(esp_periph_handle_t periph, esp_periph_event_t *evts)

Rigster peripheral on event handle.

Return
  • ESP_OK
  • ESP_FAIL
Parameters
  • periph: The peripheral handle
  • evts: The esp_periph_event_t handle

Structures

struct esp_periph_config_t

Common peripherals configurations.

Public Members

int task_stack

>0 Service task stack size; =0 without task created

int task_prio

Service task priority (based on freeRTOS priority)

int task_core

Service task running in core (0 or 1)

bool extern_stack

Service task stack allocate on extern ram

struct esp_periph_event

peripheral events

Public Members

void *user_ctx

peripheral context data

esp_periph_event_handle_t cb

peripheral callback function

audio_event_iface_handle_t iface

peripheral event

Macros

DEFAULT_ESP_PERIPH_STACK_SIZE
DEFAULT_ESP_PERIPH_TASK_PRIO
DEFAULT_ESP_PERIPH_TASK_CORE
DEFAULT_ESP_PERIPH_SET_CONFIG()
periph_tick_get

Type Definitions

typedef struct esp_periph_sets *esp_periph_set_handle_t
typedef struct esp_periph *esp_periph_handle_t
typedef esp_err_t (*esp_periph_func)(esp_periph_handle_t periph)
typedef esp_err_t (*esp_periph_run_func)(esp_periph_handle_t periph, audio_event_iface_msg_t *msg)
typedef esp_err_t (*esp_periph_event_handle_t)(audio_event_iface_msg_t *event, void *context)
typedef void (*timer_callback)(xTimerHandle tmr)
typedef struct esp_periph_event esp_periph_event_t

peripheral events

Enumerations

enum esp_periph_id_t

Peripheral Identify, this must be unique for each peripheral added to the peripherals list.

Values:

PERIPH_ID_BUTTON = AUDIO_ELEMENT_TYPE_PERIPH + 1
PERIPH_ID_TOUCH = AUDIO_ELEMENT_TYPE_PERIPH + 2
PERIPH_ID_SDCARD = AUDIO_ELEMENT_TYPE_PERIPH + 3
PERIPH_ID_WIFI = AUDIO_ELEMENT_TYPE_PERIPH + 4
PERIPH_ID_FLASH = AUDIO_ELEMENT_TYPE_PERIPH + 5
PERIPH_ID_AUXIN = AUDIO_ELEMENT_TYPE_PERIPH + 6
PERIPH_ID_ADC = AUDIO_ELEMENT_TYPE_PERIPH + 7
PERIPH_ID_CONSOLE = AUDIO_ELEMENT_TYPE_PERIPH + 8
PERIPH_ID_BLUETOOTH = AUDIO_ELEMENT_TYPE_PERIPH + 9
PERIPH_ID_LED = AUDIO_ELEMENT_TYPE_PERIPH + 10
PERIPH_ID_SPIFFS = AUDIO_ELEMENT_TYPE_PERIPH + 11
PERIPH_ID_ADC_BTN = AUDIO_ELEMENT_TYPE_PERIPH + 12
PERIPH_ID_IS31FL3216 = AUDIO_ELEMENT_TYPE_PERIPH + 13
PERIPH_ID_GPIO_ISR = AUDIO_ELEMENT_TYPE_PERIPH + 14
PERIPH_ID_WS2812 = AUDIO_ELEMENT_TYPE_PERIPH + 15
PERIPH_ID_AW2013 = AUDIO_ELEMENT_TYPE_PERIPH + 16
enum esp_periph_state_t

Peripheral working state.

Values:

PERIPH_STATE_NULL
PERIPH_STATE_INIT
PERIPH_STATE_RUNNING
PERIPH_STATE_PAUSE
PERIPH_STATE_STOPPING
PERIPH_STATE_ERROR
PERIPH_STATE_STATUS_MAX