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usbhid ()
  • >> usbhid (3) ( FreeBSD man: Библиотечные вызовы )

  • BSD mandoc
     

    NAME

    
    
    usbhid
    
     
    hid_get_report_desc
    
     
    hid_use_report_desc
    
     
    hid_dispose_report_desc
    
     
    hid_start_parse
    
     
    hid_end_parse
    
     
    hid_get_item
    
     
    hid_report_size
    
     
    hid_locate
    
     
    hid_usage_page
    
     
    hid_usage_in_page
    
     
    hid_init
    
     
    hid_get_data
    
     
    hid_set_data
    
     - USB HID access routines
    
     
    

    LIBRARY

    Lb libusbhid
    
     
    

    SYNOPSIS

       #include <usbhid.h>
    report_desc_t hid_get_report_desc (int file);
    report_desc_t hid_use_report_desc (unsigned char *data unsigned int size);
    void hid_dispose_report_desc (report_desc_t d);
    hid_data_t hid_start_parse (report_desc_t d int kindset int id);
    void hid_end_parse (hid_data_t s);
    int hid_get_item (hid_data_t s hid_item_t *h);
    int hid_report_size (report_desc_t d hid_kind_t k int id);
    int hid_locate (report_desc_t d u_int usage hid_kind_t k hid_item_t *h int id);
    const char * hid_usage_page (int i);
    const char * hid_usage_in_page (u_int u);
    int hid_parse_usage_page (const char *);
    int hid_parse_usage_in_page (const char *);
    void hid_init (const char *file);
    int hid_get_data (const void *data const hid_item_t *h);
    void hid_set_data (void *buf const hid_item_t *h int data);
     

    DESCRIPTION

    The library provides routines to extract data from USB Human Interface Devices.  

    Introduction

    USB HID devices send and receive data layed out in a device dependent way. The library contains routines to extract the report descriptor which contains the data layout information and then use this information.

    The routines can be divided into four parts: extraction of the descriptor, parsing of the descriptor, translating to/from symbolic names, and data manipulation.  

    Descriptor Functions

    A report descriptor can be obtained by calling hid_get_report_desc ();
    with a file descriptor obtained by opening a uhid(4) device. Alternatively a data buffer containing the report descriptor can be passed into hid_use_report_desc (.);
    The data is copied into an internal structure. When the report descriptor is no longer needed it should be freed by calling hid_dispose_report_desc (.);
    The type Vt report_desc_t is opaque and should be used when calling the parsing functions. If hid_dispose_report_desc ();
    fails it will return NULL  

    Descriptor Parsing Functions

    To parse the report descriptor the hid_start_parse ();
    function should be called with a report descriptor and a set that describes which items that are interesting. The set is obtained by OR-ing together values Fa (1 << k) where Fa k is an item of type Vt hid_kind_t . The report ID (if present) is given by Fa id . The function returns NULL if the initialization fails, otherwise an opaque value to be used in subsequent calls. After parsing the hid_end_parse ();
    function should be called to free internal data structures.

    To iterate through all the items in the report descriptor hid_get_item ();
    should be called while it returns a value greater than 0. When the report descriptor ends it will returns 0; a syntax error within the report descriptor will cause a return value less than 0. The struct pointed to by Fa h will be filled with the relevant data for the item. The definition of Vt hid_item_t can be found in    #include <usbhid.h>
    and the meaning of the components in the USB HID documentation.

    Data should be read/written to the device in the size of the report. The size of a report (of a certain kind) can be computed by the hid_report_size ();
    function. If the report is prefixed by an ID byte it is given by Fa id .

    To locate a single item the hid_locate ();
    function can be used. It should be given the usage code of the item and its kind and it will fill the item and return non-zero if the item was found.  

    Name Translation Functions

    The function hid_usage_page ();
    will return the symbolic name of a usage page, and the function hid_usage_in_page ();
    will return the symbolic name of the usage within the page. Both these functions may return a pointer to static data.

    The functions hid_parse_usage_page ();
    and hid_parse_usage_in_page ();
    are the inverses of hid_usage_page ();
    and hid_usage_in_page (.);
    They take a usage string and return the number of the usage, or -1 if it cannot be found.

    Before any of these functions can be called the usage table must be parsed, this is done by calling hid_init ();
    with the name of the table. Passing NULL to this function will cause it to use the default table.  

    Data Extraction Functions

    Given the data obtained from a HID device and an item in the report descriptor the hid_get_data ();
    function extracts the value of the item. Conversely hid_set_data ();
    can be used to put data into a report (which must be zeroed first).  

    FILES

    /usr/share/misc/usb_hid_usages
    The default HID usage table.

     

    EXAMPLES

    Not yet.  

    SEE ALSO

    The USB specifications can be found at http://www.usb.org/developers/docs/

    uhid(4), usb(4)  

    HISTORY

    The library first appeared in Nx 1.5 .  

    BUGS

    This man page is woefully incomplete.


     

    Index

    NAME
    LIBRARY
    SYNOPSIS
    DESCRIPTION
    Introduction
    Descriptor Functions
    Descriptor Parsing Functions
    Name Translation Functions
    Data Extraction Functions
    FILES
    EXAMPLES
    SEE ALSO
    HISTORY
    BUGS


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