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usb-keyboard.c File Reference

#include "atKeynames.h"
#include "usb-private.h"
#include "usb-keyboard.h"

Functions

void kbdUSBCtrl (DevicePtr pDev, KeybdCtrl *ctrl)
void kbdUSBInit (DevicePtr pDev)
void kbdUSBRead (DevicePtr pDev, MOTIONPROC motion, ENQUEUEPROC enqueue, CHECKPROC checkspecial, BLOCK block)
int kbdUSBOn (DevicePtr pDev)
void kbdUSBGetInfo (DevicePtr pDev, DMXLocalInitInfoPtr info)

Detailed Description

This code implements a low-level device driver for a USB keyboard under Linux. The keymap description is derived from code by Thomas Roell, Orest Zborowski.

Function Documentation

void kbdUSBCtrl DevicePtr  pDev,
KeybdCtrl *  ctrl
 

Set the LEDs.

void kbdUSBGetInfo DevicePtr  pDev,
DMXLocalInitInfoPtr  info
 

Fill the info structure with information needed to initialize pDev.

void kbdUSBInit DevicePtr  pDev  ) 
 

Initialize pDev using usbInit.

int kbdUSBOn DevicePtr  pDev  ) 
 

Turn pDev on (i.e., take input from pDev).

void kbdUSBRead DevicePtr  pDev,
MOTIONPROC  motion,
ENQUEUEPROC  enqueue,
CHECKPROC  checkspecial,
BLOCK  block
 

Read an event from the pDev device. If the event is a motion event, enqueue it with the motion function. Otherwise, check for special keys with the checkspecial function and enqueue the event with the enqueue function. The block type is passed to the functions so that they may block SIGIO handling as appropriate to the caller of this function.


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