Using it

We need to initialise the logger before we use it.


mod exceptions;
mod logger;
mod pl011;

use crate::pl011::Uart;
use core::panic::PanicInfo;
use log::{error, info, LevelFilter};
use smccc::psci::system_off;
use smccc::Hvc;

/// Base address of the primary PL011 UART.
const PL011_BASE_ADDRESS: *mut u32 = 0x900_0000 as _;

extern "C" fn main(x0: u64, x1: u64, x2: u64, x3: u64) {
    // SAFETY: `PL011_BASE_ADDRESS` is the base address of a PL011 device, and
    // nothing else accesses that address range.
    let uart = unsafe { Uart::new(PL011_BASE_ADDRESS) };
    logger::init(uart, LevelFilter::Trace).unwrap();

    info!("main({x0:#x}, {x1:#x}, {x2:#x}, {x3:#x})");

    assert_eq!(x1, 42);


fn panic(info: &PanicInfo) -> ! {
    loop {}
  • Note that our panic handler can now log details of panics.
  • Run the example in QEMU with make qemu_logger under src/bare-metal/aps/examples.