Source code for spinnman.messages.scp.impl.application_run

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from spinn_utilities.overrides import overrides
from spinnman.messages.scp.abstract_messages import AbstractSCPRequest
from spinnman.messages.scp.enums import SCPCommand
from spinnman.messages.sdp import SDPFlag, SDPHeader
from spinnman.messages.scp import SCPRequestHeader
from .check_ok_response import CheckOKResponse

_WAIT_FLAG = 0x1 << 18


[docs]class ApplicationRun(AbstractSCPRequest): """ An SCP request to run an application loaded on a chip """ __slots__ = [] def __init__(self, app_id, x, y, processors, wait=False): """ :param int app_id: The ID of the application to run, between 16 and 255 :param int x: The x-coordinate of the chip to run on, between 0 and 255 :param int y: The y-coordinate of the chip to run on, between 0 and 255 :param list(int) processors: The processors on the chip where the executable should be started, between 1 and 17 :param bool wait: True if the processors should enter a "wait" state on starting """ # pylint: disable=too-many-arguments processor_mask = 0 if processors is not None: for processor in processors: processor_mask |= (1 << processor) processor_mask |= (app_id << 24) if wait: processor_mask |= _WAIT_FLAG super().__init__( SDPHeader(flags=SDPFlag.REPLY_EXPECTED, destination_port=0, destination_cpu=0, destination_chip_x=x, destination_chip_y=y), SCPRequestHeader(command=SCPCommand.CMD_AR), argument_1=processor_mask)
[docs] @overrides(AbstractSCPRequest.get_scp_response) def get_scp_response(self): return CheckOKResponse("Run Application", "CMD_AR")