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4 TABLE OF CONTENTS Tools Manual 1 Introduction Purpose References Glossary Abbreviations Use Open AT wizard directories architecture Open AT SDK Directory Architecture Target Binary File Generation Introduction Compilation Library Link Binary File Generation The WmMake utility Development Toolkit Overview Serial Link Manager Description Getting Started Target Monitoring Tool Description Getting Started Get Traces Sent by the Wavecom Target Select the Current Embedded Application Symbol File Terminal Emulator Description Getting Started Remote Application Execution Remote Application Execution Tool Basic Concepts Main Environment Features Project Creation Project Components Project Creation Wizard Remote Application Compilation Target/Windows Code Compatibility Compilation Launch Remote Application Execution Remote Application Launch Notes...22 confidential Page: 3 / 22
5 LIST OF FIGURES Tools Manual Figure 1: Open AT Wizard Directory Architecture... 7 Figure 2 - Open AT SDK Directory Architecture... 8 Figure 3 : Example of Embedded Application Directory Architecture... 9 Figure 4: Example of a Compilation Result... 9 Figure 5: The Development Toolkit Environment Figure 6: Project Architecture Figure 7: Remote Application Components Figure 8: Remote Application Controller Figure 9: Trace Level Selection WAVECOM, WISMO are trademarks or registered trademarks of Wavecom S.A. All other company and/or product names mentioned may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. confidential Page: 4 / 22
6 1 Introduction 1.1 Purpose This document is the user s guide for the Open AT Development Toolkit. 1.2 References I. Development Guide II. Getting Started III. AT Command Interface 1.3 Glossary AT commands Embedded application Set of standard modem commands. User application sources to be compiled and run on a Wavecom GSM product. Embedded Core software Software that includes the Embedded application and the Wavecom library. Embedded software User application binary: set of Embedded application sources + Wavecom library. External application Application external to the Wavecom product that sends AT commands through the serial link. Target Open AT compatible product supporting an Embedded Application. Target Monitoring Tool Set of utilities used to monitor a Wavecom product. Remote Application Set of libraries with which the User application can be run on a PC. Wavecom library Library delivered by Wavecom to interface Embedded application sources with Wavecom Core Software functions. Wavecom Core Software Set of GSM and open functions supplied to the User. confidential Page: 5 / 22
7 1.4 Abbreviations API CPU FCM IR KB OS PDU RAM ROM RTK SMA SMS SDK Application Programming Interface Central Processing Unit Flow Control Manager Infrared Kilobyte Operating System Protocol Data Unit Random-Access Memory Read-Only Memory Real-Time Kernel SMall Adapter Short Message Services Software Development Kit confidential Page: 6 / 22
8 2 Use 2.1 Open AT wizard directories architecture The typical directory tree structure of an application is shown below. This structure is generated by the Open AT wizard. User directory Figure 1: Open AT Wizard Directory Architecture The AppliName directory is specific to each new application. It is made up of the following sub-directories:! Debug : contains the Remote Application binary, generated by the Wizard,! Target : contains the Embedded Core Software ready to be downloaded to the Target,! Src : contains the User Open AT sources,! Inc : contains the User Open AT headers,! Libs : contains the Windows libraries related to one part of the target code sources (for Remote Application Execution). The V100 directory contains the Wavecom supplied softwares corresponding to this version of Open AT. It includes the following sub-directories:! WmHeader : contains the Open AT API, header files,! WmRemote : contains the Open AT library for the Remote Task Environment. confidential Page: 7 / 22
9 2.2 Open AT SDK Directory Architecture After the Open AT SDK installation, the following structure is generated : Figure 2 - Open AT SDK Directory Architecture The current version of Open AT is compatible with the following compiler suite: ARM suite SDT See the ARM compiler installation procedure in the Getting Started manual (Reference II). IMPORTANT: Wavecom does not guarantee proper operation with other compiler/linker versions. The C: C:\OpenAt OpenAt\V100 V100\TgtGen TgtGen\WmGen WmGen directory must contain the minimum set of Wavecom utilities needed by the compiler/linker: ( C:\OpenAT is an example of Open AT SDK installation directory).! C.BAT, used to compile C files. Syntax : c <name of the file without the.c extension>.! LINKLIB.BAT, used to generate libraries. Syntax : linklib <name of the descriptor file without the.lnk extension>.! LINKBIN.BAT, used to generate a binary file and convert it to an Xmodem format file, ready to be downloaded. Syntax : linkbin <name of the descriptor file without the.lnk extension>.! GENBIN.EXE, required for linkbin.bat.! OPTIONS, for compiler option file required for c.bat.! OPTIONS.L, for linker option file required for linkbin.bat. confidential Page: 8 / 22
10 ! WMMAKE.EXE, used to compile and link a library or the application binary. Syntax : WmMake <name of the makefile>. 2.3 Target Binary File Generation Introduction All embedded application source files are copied into a directory named src ; the header files should be copied into a directory named inc (see figure 3). Figure 3 : Example of Embedded Application Directory Architecture Compilation The compilation of an embedded application source file is performed with the C.BAT utility. For the example, use: c appli and c utils. First, the C.BAT utility will create the Target directory if it does not exist. Then the files appli.obj and utils.obj are generated in the Target directory. Note: The OPTIONS file of C:\OpenAt\V100\TgtGen\WmGen directory is also copied into this directory (see Figure 4). The user should add preprocessor flag definitions in this file, using the -D XXX format ( XXX is then the defined pre-processor flag). Figure 4: Example of a Compilation Result Note : Compilation log files are generated (.LST extension) in the src directory. Note : the c utility can be called in either the src, inc or the target directory. After the c utility has run, the current path is set to the src directory. confidential Page: 9 / 22
11 2.3.3 Library Link This phase consists of generating a custom library. Tools Manual The user has to create a LNK file (e.g. Mylib.lnk ) in the target directory, containing the object file list to link in this library. For example : content of Mylib.lnk : appli1.obj To generate the library, use the LINKLIB.BAT utility. For example : linklib Mylib LINKLIB.BAT utility will generate the Mylib.lib file in the target directory. Note : the linklib utility can be called in either the src, inc or the target directory. After the linklib utility has run, the current path is set to the target directory. Note : the WmMake utility automaticaly creates the LNK descriptor file Binary File Generation This phase consists of generating the binary file that will be downloaded into the Wavecom product. The user has to create a LNK file (e.g. MyProject.lnk ) in the target directory, which is typically based on the following files :! appli.obj,! wmopenat.lib. For instance, if the user needs to link the mylib.lib library, the MyProject.lnk will contains the following files:! appli.obj,! wmopenat.lib.! mylib.lib. Then, the binary file is generated with the LINKBIN.BAT utility. For example : linkbin MyProject The LINKBIN.BAT utility generates the MyProject.dwl file, ready to be downloaded. Note: the linkbin utility can be called either in the src, inc or the target directory. After the linkbin utility has run, the current path is set to the target directory. Note : the WmMake utility automaticaly creates the LNK descriptor file. confidential Page: 10 / 22
12 2.3.5 The WmMake utility This utility is used to compile and link the embedded application source files and libraries. This program need a makefile (with the.mak extension), copied into the application root directory (is this sample, the MyProject directory). The makefile syntax is given bellow : TGT=BIN (to generate the application binary) or TGT=LIB (to link a customer library) appli.c utils.c (source file list to compile for this binary/library, with or without the.c extension) mylib.lib (library file list to link for the application binary ; use only with the TGT=BIN option) If the makefile is named myproject.mak, the WmMake utility is used with the command : WmMake myproject. When the TGT value is set to BIN, WmMake call the c.bat utility for each C file of the makefile, creates the.lnk descriptor file in the target directory, and call the linkbin.bat utility to link the application binary. When the TGT value is set to LIB, WmMake call the c.bat utility for each C file of the makefile, creates the.lnk descriptor file in the target directory, and call the linklib.bat utility to link the customer library. Note : the WmMake utility may be called either in the root MyProject directory, or in each of the project sub-directories. Note : for the binary generation, the utility does not care if the wmopenat.lib library is included or not in the makefile, and always include it in the.lnk descriptor file. confidential Page: 11 / 22
13 2.4 Development Toolkit Overview The Development Toolkit is a set of 4 tools running under Windows, designed and supplied by Wavecom. The Development Toolkit environment is presented in Figure 5. PC 1 External application in standard V24 mode COM2 Target Monitoring Tool (Traces) COM1 PC 2 V24 Std Terminal Emulator (AT + Data) Serial Link Manager (AT Window+ Data Window) MODEM Remote Application. Execution Exe - Visual C++ Figure 5: The Development Toolkit Environment These tools are described here-below. confidential Page: 12 / 22
14 2.4.2 Serial Link Manager Description The Serial Link Manager uses the PC serial link (COM1) to communicate with Wavecom products. It acts like a server between the different applications. The other serial port (COM2) can be used to connect another PC, using the serial link in nominal mode (see Figure 5) Getting Started The Serial Link Manager is automatically launched as soon as the Target Monitoring Tool, the Terminal Emulator or the Remote Application starts: the serial port is opened and the Serial Link Manager icon is displayed on the task bar. Double-clicking on this icon will launch the Serial Link Manager dialog box. With this Dialog Box, the user can manage the Serial Port (with the CommPort menu: open/close the port, set the port configuration). It can be closed with the Window -> Hide Tray command. Refer to the Target Monitoring Tool help for more information on the Serial Link Manager. Note: the Serial Port configuration used in the Serial Link Manager will be also used in the other programs of the Development ToolKit Target Monitoring Tool Description The Target Monitoring Tool is a set of utilities used to monitor a Wavecom product. With Open AT, it is used to display the Embedded application trace messages (from the Target or the Remote Application). The Target Monitoring Tool is used together with the Serial Link Manager Getting Started In order to use the Target Monitoring Tool, please follow these steps: 1) Download an Embedded Core Software to the target, using one of the samples provided, 2) Make sure the Com1 port is not used by another application. Otherwise, close this application, 3) Start the Target Monitoring Tool application from the Windows Start menu, confidential Page: 13 / 22
15 4) Check the PC serial link settings: Tools Manual Click Settings in the Preferences menu, Select the Com tab, Check Baud rate: 9600 Data bits: 8 Parity: none Stop bits: 1 This is the default mode. Note: the serial port settings can be changed using either the Target Monitoring Tool or the Serial Link Manager. Note: the serial port speed can be detected by the Commands -> Auto Detect command of the Target Monitoring Tool. 5) Check to see whether the communication with the Target is OK: Click the Terminal Emulator button, and select the AT1 window. Type AT and press enter: A blue Ok response must appear. Otherwise, select Init Target from the Commands menu of the Target Monitoring Tool and type AT once again, 6) Close the Terminal Emulator window Get Traces Sent by the Wavecom Target 1) Select Open from the Traces menu, 2) Select Get Information about Target from the Commands menu, 3) Select Set and Request to the Target from the Commands menu, Select CUS from the Parameter list, Click on all levels from 0 to 31 in Bitmap, Click on the Send Level button, Click on the Close button, 4) The Trace window then displays the traces sent by the Wavecom product. Note: The traces are the strings sent by the embedded application to the Target Monitoring Tool through the wm_osdebugtrace() function. This function takes the string display level, and the string to be displayed, as its parameters. See the Development Guide for more information. Note: With the 9600 bps serial link speed, some traces may not appear. To avoid this, the user should use the bps serial link speed (see the AT+IPR command in the AT Interface document). confidential Page: 14 / 22
16 Note: In the case of an embedded application using the FCM API, if the Target Monitoring Tool has to display many traces while the Terminal Emulator has to display many data blocks, some display problems may occur. When sending many data on an IO flow, the user should not display too many traces in the Target Monitoring Tool Select the Current Embedded Application Symbol File When an embedded application binary is generated, a symbol file s is also generated. The Target Monitoring Tool can use this file to display the function s names when the software crashes and leads to a BackTrace. (See the Development Guide for more information on software security.) 1. Use the Preferences -> Settings... menu, or press the F10 key. 2. Use the Browse button to select the target directory of the current downloaded embedded application. 3. Check to be sure that the s file is selected in the Symbol File text field. 4. Always close and restart the Target Monitoring Tool after a symbol file modification Terminal Emulator Description The Terminal Emulator is an AT command terminal. It is used by the User to send/receive string commands to/from a customer task (on the Target or in Remote mode). It can use either the serial link Nominal mode (the AT window is then open) or the Wavecom Debug mode. The Terminal Emulator connects an External application in standard V24 mode. The Terminal Emulator transforms a data flow from standard mode to debug mode. An External application can also get information in nominal mode Getting Started If the Target Monitoring Tool ol is running, start the Terminal Emulator using the corresponding button in the toolbar (check "Toolbar" in "View" menu), or "AT cmd terminal" from the Tools" menu. You can also launch the Terminal Emulator using the shortcut from the Windows Start menu. The Terminal Emulator provides two windows: one for AT commands and one for the V24 Data flow. Refer to the Terminal Emulator help menu for more information. confidential Page: 15 / 22
17 Note: in case of an embedded application using the FCM API (cf. the Development Guide), the target should be initialized in Debug Mode ( Commands -> Init Target ) before any FCM operation; otherwise the Terminal Emulator and the Target Monitoring Tool will not run properly. Moreover, if the external serial port (COM2) is used, the External Com -> Open... command can be used before any FCM operation. Note: if there is a data call, or if the serial link is switched into DATA mode with the FCM API, the +++ sequence does not work in the Terminal Emulator Remote Application Execution This tool is a set of libraries with which the User application can be executed on a PC by means of Visual C++ while communicating with the target through a serial link. This tool is detailed in the next paragraph. confidential Page: 16 / 22
18 2.5 Remote Application Execution Tool Basic Concepts An Embedded application can be executed from a PC, while communicating with the rest of the Target software through a serial link. An Embedded application is implemented in a specific task (customer task). This task can be executed from a PC, provided a Windows version of RTK used on the target is installed. In this case, the customer task is deactivated on the target. This concept is described in Figure 6. Embedded application CUST Task Remote Task Remote application CUST Task Wavecom Task RTK TARGET Interlayer messages Serial link RTK PC Figure 6: Project Architecture Without changing the code, an Embedded Application becomes a Remote Application. The Remote process (development, compilation, link, execution) operates in a Visual C++ environment Main Environment Features The list of environment features needed to implement the Remote Application Execution Tool is given below:! Visual C++ in Debug mode: breakpoints and step-by-step execution, confidential Page: 17 / 22
19 ! Wavecom Real Time Kernel (RTK) for Windows, with interrupts supported,! Data Flash Objects emulation in local mode (files),! Data Flash Objects synchronization between the target and the PC,! Target Monitoring Tool,! Serial Link Manager,! Project creation Wizard Project Creation Project Components A Remote Application environment is actually a Visual C++ project. This environment is set up using DevStudio through a wizard. Moreover, additional libraries are used to run the Remote Application from the PC. The different components needed to build the Remote Application are described in Figure 7. Designed files Libraries Source files Appli.c Header files Appli.h RTK for Windows User interface Compilation Target Gateway Link Executable Figure 7: Remote Application Components confidential Page: 18 / 22
20 Project Creation Wizard This Wizard provides a user-friendly way to create an Open AT project. It is described in the Tutorial document Remote Application Compilation Target/Windows Code Compatibility All the header files and sample codes supplied by Wavecom are fully compatible. The Target compiler and Visual C++ should use the same files for compilation Compilation Launch Before launching the compilation, it is important to check that Visual C++ is in Win32 Debug, instead of Win32 Release, in order to have access to all debug capabilities. Visual C++ compiler is then called using the following command : Build -> Build xxx.exe (F7) where xxx is the name chosen when the project was created. Note : some warnings may occur on the final application link ; they will not cause any trouble in the remote application execution Remote Application Execution Remote Application Launch User Interface Launch To launch the user interface, from the Visual C++ menu, select the following command: build -> Start Debug -> Go (F5) The Visual C++ environment then starts in Debug mode, and launches the Remote Application Execution Tool (see Figure 8). confidential Page: 19 / 22
21 Figure 8: Remote Application Controller Data Flash Object Synchronization Data Flash Objects are entities in which the User application can save data such as addresses, phone numbers, etc. An object is referred to by a 32-bit hexadecimal identifier (this is NOT a physical address). In remote application, these Data Flash objects are emulated through physical files. The Data Flash Objects directory has the following form: C:\ \[project path]\objects\ The Data Flash object structure (file) is given below: u32 object ident u16 object size u8 data 0 u8 data u8 data (size-1) In order to have the same Data Flash object configuration as on the Target, the user has to launch a read synchronization before starting the Remote Application. Note: Because of both the size and number of Data Flash objects present on the Target, read synchronization may take up to one or two minutes. confidential Page: 20 / 22
22 Trace Configuration Embedded application trace messages are displayed using the Target Monitoring Tool tool, by means of a trace window opened from the Traces menu. The Target application traces then appear in black and the Remote Application traces appear in blue. Each trace instruction corresponds to a trace level. The user has to select this level using the Remote Application Controller (see Figure 9) before using the Target Monitoring Tool to display the traces. Figure 9: Trace Level Selection Trace levels may be changed at any time. They are then dynamically taken into account Serial Port Configuration Using the Serial Link Manager, the user must check that the serial port speed is set to the same value as the Target port speed. The Auto Detect command from the Target Monitoring Tool can be used to retrieve this speed. In order to get better results, the speed should be set to bauds. When connecting the target to the computer through the serial link, the connection may not work, because the Target and the computer serial interfaces may use different baud rates. Selecting Auto Detect will then make the Target Monitoring Tool send frames with different successive baud rates. If the target sends a frame back, it means the target speed and the computer speed match. The Target Monitoring Tool then stops scanning. An Auto Detect sequence typically lasts five to ten seconds. The Target Monitoring Tool may seem slower during this time. The Terminal Emulator must be launched before starting the remote application, to check whether the communication with the target is correct or not. confidential Page: 21 / 22
23 RTK Launching The remote process is started as soon as the Start button is clicked from the Remote Application Controller (see Figure 8). The Initialization sequence is described below: 1) Initialization of the serial link (in Serial Link Manager mode), 2) Target configuration, 3) Target RTK Re-initialization, 4) Remote Application Execution creation and activation. 5) The Target Monitoring Tool should then display the selected trace levels, showing that the application is running correctly Notes During step-by-step execution, trace messages are not displayed at once by means of the Target Monitoring Tool. They are only displayed after an RTK scheduling. confidential Page: 22 / 22
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