HLA - Determine the LLA type it's working with


Original idea post here:

"I have an HLA I’d like to be able to work with various LLAs. I need to be able to decode frames based on the LLA type - a I2C “address” is different than an async serial “address”. So, can the HLA determine what type of LLA it’s being used with and perhaps even what options may have been selected for the LLA?
Ideal would be a member on HighLevelAnalyzer that provided the name(s) of the host analyzer(s). That works in the future when the host may be another HLA."


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"Can a HLA find info about the config of its input analyzer? I’m writing a small transaction-translator HLA for a chip with non-standard SPI settings (LSB first instead of MSB first). I’m wondering if there’s any way to get info about the config of the input analyzer (SPI) from the HLA, so that the HLA can automatically know whether it should flip the bit order or not when interpreting data - depending on how the user has set up their SPI analyzer.

The settings I’m talking about are these (significant bit, clock state, clock phase, etc.):"