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* FreeRTOS+FAT SL V1.0.1 (C) 2014 HCC Embedded
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#include <stdint.h>
#include <stddef.h>
#include "../../include/psp_rtc.h"
#include "../../../version/ver_psp_rtc.h"
#error "VER_PSP_RTC_MAJOR invalid"
#error "VER_PSP_RTC_MINOR invalid"
* psp_getcurrenttimedate
* Need to be ported depending on system, it retreives the
* current time and date.
* Please take care of correct roll-over handling.
* Roll-over problem is to read a date at 23.59.59 and then reading time at
* 00:00.00.
* p_timedate - pointer where to store time and date
void psp_getcurrenttimedate ( t_psp_timedate * p_timedate )
if ( p_timedate != NULL )
p_timedate->sec = 0;
p_timedate->min = 0;
p_timedate->hour = 12u;
p_timedate->day = 1u;
p_timedate->month = 1u;
p_timedate->year = 1980u;
} /* psp_getcurrenttimedate */