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Timestamp:
2011-05-06T07:51:28Z (11 years ago)
Author:
Matej Klonfar <maklf@…>
Branches:
lfn, master
Children:
10849ffc, 3b5d5b9d
Parents:
b9d7965 (diff), 054537b (diff)
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development merge

File:
1 edited

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  • uspace/drv/usbhid/lgtch-ultrax/lgtch-ultrax.h

    rb9d7965 racdbd780  
    4242
    4343/*----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
    44 /**
    45  * USB/HID keyboard device type.
    46  *
    47  * Holds a reference to generic USB/HID device structure and keyboard-specific
    48  * data, such as currently pressed keys, modifiers and lock keys.
    49  *
    50  * Also holds a IPC phone to the console (since there is now no other way to
    51  * communicate with it).
    52  *
    53  * @note Storing active lock keys in this structure results in their setting
    54  *       being device-specific.
    55  */
    56 typedef struct usb_lgtch_ultrax_t {
    57         /** Previously pressed keys (not translated to key codes). */
    58         int32_t *keys_old;
    59         /** Currently pressed keys (not translated to key codes). */
    60         int32_t *keys;
    61         /** Count of stored keys (i.e. number of keys in the report). */
    62         size_t key_count;
    63        
    64         /** IPC phone to the console device (for sending key events). */
    65         int console_phone;
    66 
    67         /** Information for auto-repeat of keys. */
    68 //      usb_kbd_repeat_t repeat;
    69        
    70         /** Mutex for accessing the information about auto-repeat. */
    71 //      fibril_mutex_t *repeat_mtx;
    72 
    73         /** State of the structure (for checking before use).
    74          *
    75          * 0 - not initialized
    76          * 1 - initialized
    77          * -1 - ready for destroying
    78          */
    79         int initialized;
    80 } usb_lgtch_ultrax_t;
    81 
    82 /*----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
    8344
    8445int usb_lgtch_init(struct usb_hid_dev *hid_dev);
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