[Tinyos-help] AVR GCC compiler problems

José Moyano josehmoyano at yahoo.com.ar
Wed Feb 27 10:18:23 PST 2008

Take a look at this code:

One module has:

command result_t CPSSetReceive.setReceive[uint8_t channel](uint32_t id, uint32_t mask) {        
    if ((call CANReceive.setReceive[channel](id, mask)) && (call CANReceive.setReceive[channel + 7](id, mask))) {

This operation is called with a mask equal to CAN_DEFAULT_MASK, and is connected to a module with this code:

command result_t CANReceive.setReceive[uint8_t channel](uint32_t id, uint32_t mask) {
    if (channel == 10)
        if (mask != CAN_DEFAULT_MASK)
            call Leds.yellowOff();

    call MOb.disable[channel]();
    atomic status[channel] = IDLE;
    if (id >= MAX_ID)
        return SUCCESS;
    if (call MOb.prepareRx[channel](id, mask)) {
        atomic status[channel] = RX;
        return SUCCESS;
        return FAIL;

As you can see, in CPSSetReceive.setReceive[..](..) there are two calls to CANReceive.setReceive[..](..). In the first call, the actual parameters of CPSSetReceive.setReceive are equal to the actual parameters of CANReceive.setReceive. When you make the second call, in the body of CANReceive.setReceive[](), the actual parameters doesn't match with the parameters sent by CPSSetReceive.setReceive[](), even when the parameters aren't modified and aren't references or global variables. Is easy to conclude that the compiler is changing the semantic of my program. The cuestion is why. Any ideas?
I'm using TinyOS 1.1

Thanks in advance.

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