Source code for spinnman.processes.read_fixed_route_routing_entry_process

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from spinnman.messages.scp.impl.fixed_route_read import FixedRouteRead
from .abstract_multi_connection_process import AbstractMultiConnectionProcess


[docs]class ReadFixedRouteRoutingEntryProcess(AbstractMultiConnectionProcess): """ A process for reading a fixed route routing table entry. """ __slots__ = ( # the fixed route routing entry from the response "_route", ) def __init__(self, connection_selector): """ :param connection_selector: the SC&MP connection selector :type connection_selector: AbstractMultiConnectionProcessConnectionSelector """ super().__init__(connection_selector) self._route = None def __handle_read_response(self, response): self._route = response.route
[docs] def read_fixed_route(self, x, y, app_id=0): """ Read the fixed route entry installed on a particular chip's router. :param int x: The x-coordinate of the chip, between 0 and 255; this is not checked due to speed restrictions :param int y: The y-coordinate of the chip, between 0 and 255; this is not checked due to speed restrictions :param int app_id: The ID of the application with which to associate the routes. If not specified, defaults to 0. :rtype: ~spinn_machine.FixedRouteEntry """ self._send_request(FixedRouteRead(x, y, app_id), self.__handle_read_response) self._finish() self.check_for_error() return self._route