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 1 /*   LUFA Library   Copyright (C) Dean Camera, 2011.     dean [at] fourwalledcubicle [dot] com   www.lufa-lib.org  */  /*   Copyright 2011 Dean Camera (dean [at] fourwalledcubicle [dot] com)     Permission to use, copy, modify, distribute, and sell this   software and its documentation for any purpose is hereby granted   without fee, provided that the above copyright notice appear in   all copies and that both that the copyright notice and this   permission notice and warranty disclaimer appear in supporting   documentation, and that the name of the author not be used in   advertising or publicity pertaining to distribution of the   software without specific, written prior permission.     The author disclaim all warranties with regard to this   software, including all implied warranties of merchantability   and fitness. In no event shall the author be liable for any   special, indirect or consequential damages or any damages   whatsoever resulting from loss of use, data or profits, whether   in an action of contract, negligence or other tortious action,   arising out of or in connection with the use or performance of   this software.  */  /** \file   * \brief USB Human Interface Device (HID) Class report descriptor parser.   *   * This file allows for the easy parsing of complex HID report descriptors, which describes the data that   * a HID device transmits to the host. It also provides an easy API for extracting and processing the data   * elements inside a HID report sent from an attached HID device.   */  /** \ingroup Group_USB   * \defgroup Group_HIDParser HID Report Parser   * \brief USB Human Interface Device (HID) Class report descriptor parser.   *   * \section Sec_Dependencies Module Source Dependencies   * The following files must be built with any user project that uses this module:   * - LUFA/Drivers/USB/Class/Host/HIDParser.c (Makefile source module name: LUFA_SRC_USB)   *   * \section Sec_ModDescription Module Description   * Human Interface Device (HID) class report descriptor parser. This module implements a parser than is   * capable of processing a complete HID report descriptor, and outputting a flat structure containing the   * contents of the report in an a more friendly format. The parsed data may then be further processed and used   * within an application to process sent and received HID reports to and from an attached HID device.   *   * A HID report descriptor consists of a set of HID report items, which describe the function and layout   * of data exchanged between a HID device and a host, including both the physical encoding of each item   * (such as a button, key press or joystick axis) in the sent and received data packets - known as "reports" -   * as well as other information about each item such as the usages, data range, physical location and other   * characteristics. In this way a HID device can retain a high degree of flexibility in its capabilities, as it   * is not forced to comply with a given report layout or feature-set.   *   * This module also contains routines for the processing of data in an actual HID report, using the parsed report   * descriptor data as a guide for the encoding.   *   * @{   */  #ifndef __HIDPARSER_H__  #define __HIDPARSER_H__   /* Includes: */   #include "../../../../Common/Common.h"   #include "HIDReportData.h"   #include "../Common/HID.h"     /* Enable C linkage for C++ Compilers: */   #if defined(__cplusplus)   extern "C" {   #endif   /* Macros: */   #if !defined(HID_STATETABLE_STACK_DEPTH) || defined(__DOXYGEN__)   /** Constant indicating the maximum stack depth of the state table. A larger state table   * allows for more PUSH/POP report items to be nested, but consumes more memory. By default   * this is set to 2 levels (allowing non-nested PUSH items) but this can be overridden by   * defining \c HID_STATETABLE_STACK_DEPTH to another value in the user project makefile, passing the   * define to the compiler using the -D compiler switch.   */   #define HID_STATETABLE_STACK_DEPTH 2   #endif   #if !defined(HID_USAGE_STACK_DEPTH) || defined(__DOXYGEN__)   /** Constant indicating the maximum stack depth of the usage table. A larger usage table   * allows for more USAGE items to be indicated sequentially for REPORT COUNT entries of more than   * one, but requires more stack space. By default this is set to 8 levels (allowing for a report   * item with a count of 8) but this can be overridden by defining \c HID_USAGE_STACK_DEPTH to another   * value in the user project makefile, passing the define to the compiler using the -D compiler   * switch.   */   #define HID_USAGE_STACK_DEPTH 8   #endif   #if !defined(HID_MAX_COLLECTIONS) || defined(__DOXYGEN__)   /** Constant indicating the maximum number of COLLECTION items (nested or unnested) that can be   * processed in the report item descriptor. A large value allows for more COLLECTION items to be   * processed, but consumes more memory. By default this is set to 10 collections, but this can be   * overridden by defining \c HID_MAX_COLLECTIONS to another value in the user project makefile, passing   * the define to the compiler using the -D compiler switch.   */   #define HID_MAX_COLLECTIONS 10   #endif   #if !defined(HID_MAX_REPORTITEMS) || defined(__DOXYGEN__)   /** Constant indicating the maximum number of report items (IN, OUT or FEATURE) that can be processed   * in the report item descriptor and stored in the user HID Report Info structure. A large value allows   * for more report items to be stored, but consumes more memory. By default this is set to 20 items,   * but this can be overridden by defining \c HID_MAX_REPORTITEMS to another value in the user project   * makefile, and passing the define to the compiler using the -D compiler switch.   */   #define HID_MAX_REPORTITEMS 20   #endif   #if !defined(HID_MAX_REPORT_IDS) || defined(__DOXYGEN__)   /** Constant indicating the maximum number of unique report IDs that can be processed in the report item   * descriptor for the report size information array in the user HID Report Info structure. A large value   * allows for more report ID report sizes to be stored, but consumes more memory. By default this is set   * to 10 items, but this can be overridden by defining \c HID_MAX_REPORT_IDS to another value in the user project   * makefile, and passing the define to the compiler using the -D compiler switch. Note that IN, OUT and FEATURE   * items sharing the same report ID consume only one size item in the array.   */   #define HID_MAX_REPORT_IDS 10   #endif   /** Returns the value a given HID report item (once its value has been fetched via \ref USB_GetHIDReportItemInfo())   * left-aligned to the given data type. This allows for signed data to be interpreted correctly, by shifting the data   * leftwards until the data's sign bit is in the correct position.   *   * \param[in] ReportItem HID Report Item whose retrieved value is to be aligned.   * \param[in] Type Data type to align the HID report item's value to.   *   * \return Left-aligned data of the given report item's pre-retrieved value for the given datatype.   */   #define HID_ALIGN_DATA(ReportItem, Type) ((Type)(ReportItem->Value << ((8 * sizeof(Type)) - ReportItem->Attributes.BitSize)))   /* Public Interface - May be used in end-application: */   /* Enums: */   /** Enum for the possible error codes in the return value of the \ref USB_ProcessHIDReport() function. */   enum HID_Parse_ErrorCodes_t   {   HID_PARSE_Successful = 0, /**< Successful parse of the HID report descriptor, no error. */   HID_PARSE_HIDStackOverflow = 1, /**< More than \ref HID_STATETABLE_STACK_DEPTH nested PUSHes in the report. */   HID_PARSE_HIDStackUnderflow = 2, /**< A POP was found when the state table stack was empty. */   HID_PARSE_InsufficientReportItems = 3, /**< More than \ref HID_MAX_REPORTITEMS report items in the report. */   HID_PARSE_UnexpectedEndCollection = 4, /**< An END COLLECTION item found without matching COLLECTION item. */   HID_PARSE_InsufficientCollectionPaths = 5, /**< More than \ref HID_MAX_COLLECTIONS collections in the report. */   HID_PARSE_UsageListOverflow = 6, /**< More than \ref HID_USAGE_STACK_DEPTH usages listed in a row. */   HID_PARSE_InsufficientReportIDItems = 7, /**< More than \ref HID_MAX_REPORT_IDS report IDs in the device. */   HID_PARSE_NoUnfilteredReportItems = 8, /**< All report items from the device were filtered by the filtering callback routine. */   };   /* Type Defines: */   /** \brief HID Parser Report Item Min/Max Structure.   *   * Type define for an attribute with both minimum and maximum values (e.g. Logical Min/Max).   */   typedef struct   {   uint32_t Minimum; /**< Minimum value for the attribute. */   uint32_t Maximum; /**< Maximum value for the attribute. */   } HID_MinMax_t;   /** \brief HID Parser Report Item Unit Structure.   *   * Type define for the Unit attributes of a report item.   */   typedef struct   {   uint32_t Type; /**< Unit type (refer to HID specifications for details). */   uint8_t Exponent; /**< Unit exponent (refer to HID specifications for details). */   } HID_Unit_t;   /** \brief HID Parser Report Item Usage Structure.   *   * Type define for the Usage attributes of a report item.   */   typedef struct   {   uint16_t Page; /**< Usage page of the report item. */   uint16_t Usage; /**< Usage of the report item. */   } HID_Usage_t;   /** \brief HID Parser Report Item Collection Path Structure.   *   * Type define for a COLLECTION object. Contains the collection attributes and a reference to the   * parent collection if any.   */   typedef struct HID_CollectionPath   {   uint8_t Type; /**< Collection type (e.g. "Generic Desktop"). */   HID_Usage_t Usage; /**< Collection usage. */   struct HID_CollectionPath* Parent; /**< Reference to parent collection, or \c NULL if root collection. */   } HID_CollectionPath_t;   /** \brief HID Parser Report Item Attributes Structure.   *   * Type define for all the data attributes of a report item, except flags.   */   typedef struct   {   uint8_t BitSize; /**< Size in bits of the report item's data. */   HID_Usage_t Usage; /**< Usage of the report item. */   HID_Unit_t Unit; /**< Unit type and exponent of the report item. */   HID_MinMax_t Logical; /**< Logical minimum and maximum of the report item. */   HID_MinMax_t Physical; /**< Physical minimum and maximum of the report item. */   } HID_ReportItem_Attributes_t;   /** \brief HID Parser Report Item Details Structure.   *   * Type define for a report item (IN, OUT or FEATURE) layout attributes and other details.   */   typedef struct   {   uint16_t BitOffset; /**< Bit offset in the IN, OUT or FEATURE report of the item. */   uint8_t ItemType; /**< Report item type, a value in \ref HID_ReportItemTypes_t. */   uint16_t ItemFlags; /**< Item data flags, a mask of HID_IOF_* constants. */   uint8_t ReportID; /**< Report ID this item belongs to, or 0x00 if device has only one report */   HID_CollectionPath_t* CollectionPath; /**< Collection path of the item. */   HID_ReportItem_Attributes_t Attributes; /**< Report item attributes. */   uint32_t Value; /**< Current value of the report item - use \ref HID_ALIGN_DATA() when processing   * a retrieved value so that it is aligned to a specific type.   */   uint32_t PreviousValue; /**< Previous value of the report item. */   } HID_ReportItem_t;   /** \brief HID Parser Report Size Structure.   *   * Type define for a report item size information structure, to retain the size of a device's reports by ID.   */   typedef struct   {   uint8_t ReportID; /**< Report ID of the report within the HID interface. */   uint16_t ReportSizeBits[3]; /**< Total number of bits in each report type for the given Report ID,   * indexed by the \ref HID_ReportItemTypes_t enum.   */   } HID_ReportSizeInfo_t;   /** \brief HID Parser State Structure.   *   * Type define for a complete processed HID report, including all report item data and collections.   */   typedef struct   {   uint8_t TotalReportItems; /**< Total number of report items stored in the \c ReportItems array. */   HID_ReportItem_t ReportItems[HID_MAX_REPORTITEMS]; /**< Report items array, including all IN, OUT   * and FEATURE items.   */   HID_CollectionPath_t CollectionPaths[HID_MAX_COLLECTIONS]; /**< All collection items, referenced   * by the report items.   */   uint8_t TotalDeviceReports; /**< Number of reports within the HID interface */   HID_ReportSizeInfo_t ReportIDSizes[HID_MAX_REPORT_IDS]; /**< Report sizes for each report in the interface */   uint16_t LargestReportSizeBits; /**< Largest report that the attached device will generate, in bits */   bool UsingReportIDs; /**< Indicates if the device has at least one REPORT ID   * element in its HID report descriptor.   */   } HID_ReportInfo_t;   /* Function Prototypes: */   /** Function to process a given HID report returned from an attached device, and store it into a given   * \ref HID_ReportInfo_t structure.   *   * \param[in] ReportData Buffer containing the device's HID report table.   * \param[in] ReportSize Size in bytes of the HID report table.   * \param[out] ParserData Pointer to a \ref HID_ReportInfo_t instance for the parser output.   *   * \return A value in the \ref HID_Parse_ErrorCodes_t enum.   */   uint8_t USB_ProcessHIDReport(const uint8_t* ReportData,   uint16_t ReportSize,   HID_ReportInfo_t* const ParserData) ATTR_NON_NULL_PTR_ARG(1) ATTR_NON_NULL_PTR_ARG(3);   /** Extracts the given report item's value out of the given HID report and places it into the Value   * member of the report item's \ref HID_ReportItem_t structure.   *   * When called on a report with an item that exists in that report, this copies the report item's \c Value   * to its \c PreviousValue element for easy checking to see if an item's value has changed before processing   * a report. If the given item does not exist in the report, the function does not modify the report item's   * data.   *   * \param[in] ReportData Buffer containing an IN or FEATURE report from an attached device.   * \param[in,out] ReportItem Pointer to the report item of interest in a \ref HID_ReportInfo_t ReportItem array.   *   * \returns Boolean \c true if the item to retrieve was located in the given report, \c false otherwise.   */   bool USB_GetHIDReportItemInfo(const uint8_t* ReportData,   HID_ReportItem_t* const ReportItem) ATTR_NON_NULL_PTR_ARG(1);   /** Retrieves the given report item's value out of the \c Value member of the report item's   * \ref HID_ReportItem_t structure and places it into the correct position in the HID report   * buffer. The report buffer is assumed to have the appropriate bits cleared before calling   * this function (i.e., the buffer should be explicitly cleared before report values are added).   *   * When called, this copies the report item's \c Value element to its \c PreviousValue element for easy   * checking to see if an item's value has changed before sending a report.   *   * If the device has multiple HID reports, the first byte in the report is set to the report ID of the given item.   *   * \param[out] ReportData Buffer holding the current OUT or FEATURE report data.   * \param[in] ReportItem Pointer to the report item of interest in a \ref HID_ReportInfo_t ReportItem array.   */   void USB_SetHIDReportItemInfo(uint8_t* ReportData,   HID_ReportItem_t* const ReportItem) ATTR_NON_NULL_PTR_ARG(1);   /** Retrieves the size of a given HID report in bytes from its Report ID.   *   * \param[in] ParserData Pointer to a \ref HID_ReportInfo_t instance containing the parser output.   * \param[in] ReportID Report ID of the report whose size is to be determined.   * \param[in] ReportType Type of the report whose size is to be determined, a value from the   * \ref HID_ReportItemTypes_t enum.   *   * \return Size of the report in bytes, or \c 0 if the report does not exist.   */   uint16_t USB_GetHIDReportSize(HID_ReportInfo_t* const ParserData,   const uint8_t ReportID,   const uint8_t ReportType) ATTR_CONST ATTR_NON_NULL_PTR_ARG(1);   /** Callback routine for the HID Report Parser. This callback must be implemented by the user code when   * the parser is used, to determine what report IN, OUT and FEATURE item's information is stored into the user   * \ref HID_ReportInfo_t structure. This can be used to filter only those items the application will be using, so that   * no RAM is wasted storing the attributes for report items which will never be referenced by the application.   *   * Report item pointers passed to this callback function may be cached by the user application for later use   * when processing report items. This provides faster report processing in the user application than would   * a search of the entire parsed report item table for each received or sent report.   *   * \param[in] CurrentItem Pointer to the current report item for user checking.   *   * \return Boolean \c true if the item should be stored into the \ref HID_ReportInfo_t structure, \c false if   * it should be ignored.   */   bool CALLBACK_HIDParser_FilterHIDReportItem(HID_ReportItem_t* const CurrentItem);   /* Private Interface - For use in library only: */   #if !defined(__DOXYGEN__)   /* Type Defines: */   typedef struct   {   HID_ReportItem_Attributes_t Attributes;   uint8_t ReportCount;   uint8_t ReportID;   } HID_StateTable_t;   #endif   /* Disable C linkage for C++ Compilers: */   #if defined(__cplusplus)   }   #endif  #endif  /** @} */