[Ovmsdev] Merging in Twizy and Volt/Ampera work
mark at webb-johnson.net
Sun Nov 18 20:38:02 HKT 2012
I've just pushed my last set of changes. It seems ok from my end now. The code runs and sms commands function as expected. I've added a capabilities message that is sent car->server->apps and will be useful to tailor the app functions to what the car can do.
Can you merge mine in with yours, and check if it all looks ok to you?
I'm now going to flash this firmware into my car to see how it behaves.
On 18 Nov, 2012, at 8:11 PM, Michael Balzer <dexter at expeedo.de> wrote:
> I reworked my command dispatcher according to the new hook:
> ...it works, but I'm not totally happy with it. To me it looks like there should be no need for two hooks. Basically the only difference between them now is, if the vehicle handler has to do the auth check or not. So I internally already use one dispatcher and a control parameter for this. If it needs to do the auth check, I use the same mode control scheme like you do. Please have a look at it, maybe we can reduce this to one hook.
> My STAT command drops the charge mode (the Twizy does not have this) and inserts SOC min+max after current SOC, so that's a replacement case. But I added another command handler that's clearly an extension (HELP), and with my new specific DEBUG command we now have all three cases, and all work as designed (at least in diag mode, have to test live mode yet).
> Am 18.11.2012 09:49, schrieb Mark Webb-Johnson:
>> I think there is a confusion around the use of vehicle_fn_smshandler - that is to override (premsg) or extend (!premsg) an existing SMS command. I hadn't thought about the vehicle module wanting its own SMS messages.
>> We can do this in two ways: (1) expose a vehicle sms handler table to the net_sms code and have it look there, or (2) just hook in to the vehicle and let it handle sms messages itself. For the moment, I've chosen (2) as I think there will be relatively few vehicle-specific sms messages. The old way we did this was just 'strcmp' for each possible SMS commands. If there are not too many, that is fine and probably more efficient than having a dispatch table. Anyway, I've added a vehicle_fn_smsextensions now, which is called if the incoming sms is not recognised by net_sms and allows the vehicle to look.
>> Michael B: can you try to migrate your Twizy code to this new vehicle_fn_smsextensions framework for Twizy-specific sms messages, and vehicle_fn_smshandler for the extension to the STAT command? Regarding your vehicle_twizy_sms_handle_stat() function, is it not possible to just extend (add a couple of lines) the SMS reply, rather than replace the entire command?
>> I also tested the new net_sms arrangement, found a few bugs, and fixed them. Code is on github now.
>> I'm now looking at implementing a registration mechanism so that the vehicle modules can register the commands they implement, as well as other parameters for what they support, and we can push this in net_msg when we connect to the server.
>> Regards, Mark.
>> On 18 Nov, 2012, at 4:38 AM, Michael Balzer <dexter at expeedo.de> wrote:
>>> I ported my STAT changes to the new framework and tried to prepare it for my first specific commands as well:
>>> Haven't tested yet, but the vehicle / framework distinction becomes very clean now I think.
>>> Regarding hooking in the vehicle cmdtable: I now think that was nonsense, as the vehicle dispatcher will need to parse the command itself. I'll wait for your thoughts on if/how to integrate the common auth stuff with this.
>>> To get internal net_sms_stat() calls to use the overloaded function, I suggest to inject the call through the SMS dispatcher as shown in my commit. There's only one call outside net_sms, and that's not time critical and using fixed (no) arguments. I also think STAT is the only SMS we need to route like this (?)
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