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

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from spinn_utilities.overrides import overrides
from spinnman.messages.scp import SCPRequestHeader
from spinnman.messages.scp.abstract_messages import (
    AbstractSCPRequest, BMPRequest)
from spinnman.messages.scp.enums import SCPCommand
from .check_ok_response import CheckOKResponse

[docs]class BMPSetLed(BMPRequest): """ Set the LED(s) of a board to either on, off or toggling This class is currently deprecated and untested as there is no known use except for Transceiver.set_led which is itself deprecated. """ __slots__ = [] def __init__(self, led, action, boards): """ :param led: Number of the LED or an iterable of LEDs to set the state of (0-7) :type led: int or list(int) :param LEDAction action: State to set the LED to, either on, off or toggle :param boards: Specifies the board to control the LEDs of. This may also be an iterable of multiple boards (in the same frame). :type boards: int or list(int) """ # set up the led entry for arg1 if isinstance(led, int): leds = [led] else: leds = led # LED setting actions arg1 = sum(action.value << (led * 2) for led in leds) # Bitmask of boards to control arg2 = self.get_board_mask(boards) # initialise the request now super().__init__( boards, SCPRequestHeader(command=SCPCommand.CMD_LED), argument_1=arg1, argument_2=arg2)
[docs] @overrides(AbstractSCPRequest.get_scp_response) def get_scp_response(self): return CheckOKResponse("Set the LEDs of a board", "CMD_LED")