#include "mg_coap.h"

=== CoAP API reference

CoAP message format:

|Ver| T | TKL | Code | Message ID | Token (if any, TKL bytes) ...
| Options (if any) ...            |1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1| Payload (if any) ...

struct mg_coap_option {
  struct mg_coap_option *next;
  uint32_t number;
  struct mg_str value;

CoAP options. Use mg_coap_add_option and mg_coap_free_options for creation and destruction.

struct mg_coap_message {
  uint32_t flags;
  uint8_t msg_type;
  uint8_t code_class;
  uint8_t code_detail;
  uint16_t msg_id;
  struct mg_str token;
  struct mg_coap_option *options;
  struct mg_str payload;
  struct mg_coap_option *optiomg_tail;

CoAP message. See RFC 7252 for details.

int mg_set_protocol_coap(struct mg_connection *nc);

Sets CoAP protocol handler - triggers CoAP specific events.

struct mg_coap_option *mg_coap_add_option(struct mg_coap_message *cm,
                                          uint32_t number, char *value,
                                          size_t len);

Adds a new option to mg_coap_message structure. Returns pointer to the newly created option. Note: options must be freed by using mg_coap_free_options

void mg_coap_free_options(struct mg_coap_message *cm);

Frees the memory allocated for options. If the cm parameter doesn't contain any option it does nothing.

uint32_t mg_coap_send_message(struct mg_connection *nc,
                              struct mg_coap_message *cm);

Composes a CoAP message from mg_coap_message and sends it into nc connection. Returns 0 on success. On error, it is a bitmask:

  • #define MG_COAP_ERROR 0x10000
  • #define MG_COAP_FORMAT_ERROR (MG_COAP_ERROR | 0x20000)
  • #define MG_COAP_IGNORE (MG_COAP_ERROR | 0x40000)
  • #define MG_COAP_NOT_ENOUGH_DATA (MG_COAP_ERROR | 0x80000)
  • #define MG_COAP_NETWORK_ERROR (MG_COAP_ERROR | 0x100000)

uint32_t mg_coap_send_ack(struct mg_connection *nc, uint16_t msg_id);

Composes CoAP acknowledgement from mg_coap_message and sends it into nc connection. Return value: see mg_coap_send_message()

uint32_t mg_coap_parse(struct mbuf *io, struct mg_coap_message *cm);

Parses CoAP message and fills mg_coap_message and returns cm->flags. This is a helper function.

NOTE: usually CoAP works over UDP, so lack of data means format error. But, in theory, it is possible to use CoAP over TCP (according to RFC)

The caller has to check results and treat COAP_NOT_ENOUGH_DATA according to underlying protocol:

  • in case of TCP client can try to receive more data

Return value: see mg_coap_send_message()

uint32_t mg_coap_compose(struct mg_coap_message *cm, struct mbuf *io);

Composes CoAP message from mg_coap_message structure. This is a helper function. Return value: see mg_coap_send_message()