FreeRTOS+CLI Erorr in FreeRTOS_CLIProcessCommand

zhaleksey wrote on Thursday, August 17, 2017:

I have some problem with CLI. If i have some my commands, I can call only one command.
There are some own commands.
static const CLI_Command_Definition_t TERMINAL_HAL_SPI_Commands[] = {{
.pcCommand = “HAL_SPI_Transmit”,
.pcHelpString = “HAL_StatusTypeDef HAL_SPI_Transmit(SPI_HandleTypeDef *hspi, uint8_t *pData, uint16_t Size, uint32_t Timeout)\n\rExample: HAL_SPI_Transmit hspi1 32 1 5\n\rHAL_OK\n\r”,
.pxCommandInterpreter = TERMINAL_HAL_SPI_Transmit,
.cExpectedNumberOfParameters = 4}
.cExpectedNumberOfParameters = 3}, {
.pcCommand = “GetSPIHandles”,
.pcHelpString = “GetSPIHandles\n\rReturn lists of the SPI handles.\n\r”,
.pxCommandInterpreter = TERMINAL_HAL_SPI_GetSPIStrHandles,
.cExpectedNumberOfParameters = 0}

In terminal i input:
-> GetSPIHandles
[hspi1] // Ok
-> HAL_SPI_Transmit hspi1 10 2 5
[hspi1] // Not Ok

To fix this bug I delete the “static” before “const CLI_Definition_List_Item_t *pxCommand = NULL” in function FreeRTOS_CLIProcessCommand (FreeRTOS_CLI.c).
Of course line “if( pxCommand == NULL)” can be deleted.

rtel wrote on Thursday, August 17, 2017:

I’m not following this and finding it hard to read the code you posted on my phone as it wraps and I can’t match the brackets. Could you please write the code out longhand, with each struct member initialized individually, and each const struct separate, and use the code formatting markup so it doesn’t wrap on my small screen. Thanks.

Also if you think there is a bug please say what it is and my the change fixes it. Then I can try and replicate it.