The number of supported interrupts depends on the implementation of the chip designer and can be read form the Interrupt Controller Type Register ICTR in granularities of However once you have imported the appropriate CMSIS library project, your own project would then build correctly. The vector table below shows the exception vectors of a Armv8-M Mainline processor. This allows, for example, alternate implementations to relocate the vector table from flash to RAM on the first vector table update. When the processor starts the interrupt handler the bit is set to 1 and cleared when the interrupt return is executed.
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Unimplemented bits are read as zero. Dynamic switching of interrupt priority levels is supported. Set the priority for an interrupt.
Interrupts and Exceptions (NVIC)
IRQn cannot be a negative value. Usage Fault Interrupt [not on Cortex-M0 variants].
Memory Management Interrupt [not on Cortex-M0 variants]. Negative IRQn values represent processor core exceptions internal interrupts. Get the pending device specific interrupt. Set Interrupt Target State.
CMSIS support in LPCXpresso IDE
Each external interrupt has an active status bit. Dynamic switching of interrupt priority levels is not supported. You can also download the latest versions of these library projects from: To determine the number of bits implemented for interrupt priority-level registers, write 0xFF to one of the priority-level register, then read back the value.
Writes to unimplemented bits are ignored. Clear a device specific interrupt from pending. The core exception enumeration names for IRQn values are defined in the file device. Sets the interrupt target field in the non-secure NVIC when in secure state. This function returns the interrupt enable status for the specified device specific interrupt IRQn. Set a device specific interrupt to pending. Returns 0 if interrupt is assigned to Secure 1 if interrupt is assigned to Non Secure Remarks Only available for Armv8-M in secure state.
Secure Fault Interrupt [only on Armv8-M]. The first device-specific interrupt has the IRQn value 0. By default, priority group setting is zero.
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Details of how to do this can be found in the FAQ Using library projects from your own projects. Priority-level registers are 2 bit wide, occupying the two MSBs. This function encodes the priority for an interrupt with the priority group PriorityGrouppreemptive priority value PreemptPriorityand subpriority value SubPriority. Some example code and driver libraries do have the word CMSIS in their titles though, which sometimes causes confusion. Opc cannot be negative. A summary of the source files within the library is as follows This simply refers to the fact that the code has been written to use the CMSIS way of accessing the peripherals.
This function removes the pending state of the specified device specific interrupt IRQn. These functions should be implemented in a separate source module. All device specific interrupts should have a default interrupt handler function that can be overwritten in user code.
However once you have imported the appropriate CMSIS library project, your own project would then build correctly. Supports 0 to priority levels.