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ola::rdm::AckTimerResponder Class Reference

Detailed Description

A responder that ACK_TIMERs certain GETs / SETs.

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Public Member Functions

 AckTimerResponder (const UID &uid)
 ~AckTimerResponder ()
void SendRDMRequest (RDMRequest *request, RDMCallback *callback)
 Send a RDM command. More...

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

ola::rdm::AckTimerResponder::AckTimerResponder ( const UID uid)
ola::rdm::AckTimerResponder::~AckTimerResponder ( )

Clean up

Member Function Documentation

void ola::rdm::AckTimerResponder::SendRDMRequest ( RDMRequest request,
RDMCallback on_complete 

Send a RDM command.

requestthe RDMRequest, ownership is transferred.
on_completeThe callback to run when the request completes.

Implementors much ensure that the callback is always run at some point. In other words, there must be no way that a request can be dropped in such a way that the callback is never run. Doing so will either block all subsequent requests, or leak memory depending on the implementation.

Also the implementor of this class may want to re-write the transaction #, and possibly the UID (changing src UIDs isn't addressed by the RDM spec).

The RDMRequest may be a DISCOVERY_COMMAND, if the implementation does not support DISCOVERY_COMMANDs then the callback should be run with ola::rdm::RDM_PLUGIN_DISCOVERY_NOT_SUPPORTED.

Implements ola::rdm::RDMControllerInterface.

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