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00001 /* Copyright (c) 2010, Joerg Wunsch
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00031 /* $Id: cpufunc_8h_source.html,v 1.1.1.4 2012/01/03 16:04:22 joerg_wunsch Exp$ */
00032
00033 /* avr/cpufunc.h - Special CPU functions */
00034
00035 #ifndef _AVR_CPUFUNC_H_
00036 #define _AVR_CPUFUNC_H_ 1
00037
00038 /** \file */
00039 /** \defgroup avr_cpufunc <avr/cpufunc.h>: Special AVR CPU functions
00040     \code #include <avr/cpufunc.h> \endcode
00041
00042     This header file contains macros that access special functions of
00043     the AVR CPU which do not fit into any of the other header files.
00044
00045 */
00046
00047 #if defined(__DOXYGEN__)
00048 /**
00049    \ingroup avr_cpufunc
00050    \def _NOP
00051
00052    Execute a <i>no operation</i> (NOP) CPU instruction.  This
00053    should not be used to implement delays, better use the functions
00054    from <util/delay_basic.h> or <util/delay.h> for this.  For
00055    debugging purposes, a NOP can be useful to have an instruction that
00056    is guaranteed to be not optimized away by the compiler, so it can
00057    always become a breakpoint in the debugger.
00058 */
00059 #define _NOP()
00060 #else  /* real code */
00061 #define _NOP() __asm__ __volatile__("nop")
00062 #endif  /* __DOXYGEN__ */
00063
00064 #if defined(__DOXYGEN__)
00065 /**
00066    \ingroup avr_cpufunc
00067    \def _MemoryBarrier
00068
00069    Implement a read/write <i>memory barrier</i>.  A memory
00070    barrier instructs the compiler to not cache any memory data in
00071    registers beyond the barrier.  This can sometimes be more effective
00072    than blocking certain optimizations by declaring some object with a
00073    \c volatile qualifier.
00074
00075    See \ref optim_code_reorder for things to be taken into account
00076    with respect to compiler optimizations.
00077 */
00078 #define _MemoryBarrier()
00079 #else  /* real code */
00080 #define _MemoryBarrier() __asm__ __volatile__(:::"memory")
00081 #endif  /* __DOXYGEN__ */
00082
00083 #endif /* _AVR_CPUFUNC_H_ */


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