[ECOS] Typo in assert error message causing confusion?

Daniel Zebralla daniel.zebralla@zebralla-it.de
Tue Oct 1 09:01:00 GMT 2013

>From /host/infra/cyg_ass.h as well as /host/infra/cyg/infra/cyg_ass.h:

# define CYG_CHECK_DATA_PTRC( _ptr_ )                   \
         CYG_MACRO_START                                \
         if ( !cyg_check_data_ptr((void *)(_ptr_)))     \
             CYG_ASSERT_DOCALL("data pointer (" #_ptr_ ") is valid");\

# define CYG_CHECK_FUNC_PTRC( _ptr_ )                       \
         CYG_MACRO_START                                    \
         if ( !cyg_check_func_ptr((void (*)(void))(_ptr_))) \
             CYG_ASSERT_DOCALL("function pointer (" #_ptr_ ") is valid"); \

As I understand, CYG_ASSERT_DOCALL is triggered when the checked data or
function pointer is invalid. The printed message however indicates that the
checked pointer is valid. Is this an error or am I misunderstanding the
usage of CYG_ASSERT_DOCALL here?

Thanks for clarification!

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