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format code according to conventions [skip ci]

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  1. 1
      tests/basic/keymap.c
  2. 208
      tests/basic/test_keypress.cpp
  3. 4
      tmk_core/common/action.c
  4. 30
      tmk_core/common/report.c
  5. 2
      tmk_core/common/report.h

1
tests/basic/keymap.c

@ -43,4 +43,3 @@ const macro_t *action_get_macro(keyrecord_t *record, uint8_t id, uint8_t opt) {
}
return MACRO_NONE;
};

208
tests/basic/test_keypress.cpp

@ -17,8 +17,8 @@
#include "test_common.hpp"
using testing::_;
using testing::Return;
using testing::InSequence;
using testing::Return;
class KeyPress : public TestFixture {};
@ -125,116 +125,116 @@ TEST_F(KeyPress, RightShiftLeftControlAndCharWithTheSameKey) {
}
TEST_F(KeyPress, PressPlusEqualReleaseBeforePress) {
TestDriver driver;
InSequence s;
press_key(1, 1); // KC_PLUS
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_LSFT)));
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_LSFT, KC_EQL)));
run_one_scan_loop();
testing::Mock::VerifyAndClearExpectations(&driver);
release_key(1, 1); // KC_PLUS
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_LSFT)));
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport()));
run_one_scan_loop();
testing::Mock::VerifyAndClearExpectations(&driver);
press_key(0, 1); // KC_EQL
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_EQL)));
run_one_scan_loop();
testing::Mock::VerifyAndClearExpectations(&driver);
release_key(0, 1); // KC_EQL
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport()));
run_one_scan_loop();
testing::Mock::VerifyAndClearExpectations(&driver);
TestDriver driver;
InSequence s;
press_key(1, 1); // KC_PLUS
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_LSFT)));
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_LSFT, KC_EQL)));
run_one_scan_loop();
testing::Mock::VerifyAndClearExpectations(&driver);
release_key(1, 1); // KC_PLUS
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_LSFT)));
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport()));
run_one_scan_loop();
testing::Mock::VerifyAndClearExpectations(&driver);
press_key(0, 1); // KC_EQL
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_EQL)));
run_one_scan_loop();
testing::Mock::VerifyAndClearExpectations(&driver);
release_key(0, 1); // KC_EQL
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport()));
run_one_scan_loop();
testing::Mock::VerifyAndClearExpectations(&driver);
}
TEST_F(KeyPress, PressPlusEqualDontReleaseBeforePress) {
TestDriver driver;
InSequence s;
press_key(1, 1); // KC_PLUS
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_LSFT)));
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_LSFT, KC_EQL)));
run_one_scan_loop();
testing::Mock::VerifyAndClearExpectations(&driver);
press_key(0, 1); // KC_EQL
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport()));
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_EQL)));
run_one_scan_loop();
testing::Mock::VerifyAndClearExpectations(&driver);
release_key(1, 1); //KC_PLS
// BUG: Should really still return KC_EQL, but this is fine too
// It's also called twice for some reason
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport())).Times(2);
run_one_scan_loop();
testing::Mock::VerifyAndClearExpectations(&driver);
release_key(0, 1); // KC_EQL
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport()));
run_one_scan_loop();
testing::Mock::VerifyAndClearExpectations(&driver);
TestDriver driver;
InSequence s;
press_key(1, 1); // KC_PLUS
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_LSFT)));
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_LSFT, KC_EQL)));
run_one_scan_loop();
testing::Mock::VerifyAndClearExpectations(&driver);
press_key(0, 1); // KC_EQL
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport()));
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_EQL)));
run_one_scan_loop();
testing::Mock::VerifyAndClearExpectations(&driver);
release_key(1, 1); // KC_PLS
// BUG: Should really still return KC_EQL, but this is fine too
// It's also called twice for some reason
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport())).Times(2);
run_one_scan_loop();
testing::Mock::VerifyAndClearExpectations(&driver);
release_key(0, 1); // KC_EQL
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport()));
run_one_scan_loop();
testing::Mock::VerifyAndClearExpectations(&driver);
}
TEST_F(KeyPress, PressEqualPlusReleaseBeforePress) {
TestDriver driver;
InSequence s;
press_key(0, 1); // KC_EQL
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_EQL)));
run_one_scan_loop();
testing::Mock::VerifyAndClearExpectations(&driver);
release_key(0, 1); // KQ_EQL
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport()));
run_one_scan_loop();
testing::Mock::VerifyAndClearExpectations(&driver);
press_key(1, 1); // KC_PLUS
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_LSFT)));
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_LSFT, KC_EQL)));
run_one_scan_loop();
testing::Mock::VerifyAndClearExpectations(&driver);
release_key(1, 1); // KC_PLUS
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_LSFT)));
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport()));
run_one_scan_loop();
testing::Mock::VerifyAndClearExpectations(&driver);
TestDriver driver;
InSequence s;
press_key(0, 1); // KC_EQL
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_EQL)));
run_one_scan_loop();
testing::Mock::VerifyAndClearExpectations(&driver);
release_key(0, 1); // KQ_EQL
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport()));
run_one_scan_loop();
testing::Mock::VerifyAndClearExpectations(&driver);
press_key(1, 1); // KC_PLUS
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_LSFT)));
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_LSFT, KC_EQL)));
run_one_scan_loop();
testing::Mock::VerifyAndClearExpectations(&driver);
release_key(1, 1); // KC_PLUS
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_LSFT)));
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport()));
run_one_scan_loop();
testing::Mock::VerifyAndClearExpectations(&driver);
}
TEST_F(KeyPress, PressEqualPlusDontReleaseBeforePress) {
TestDriver driver;
InSequence s;
press_key(0, 1); // KC_EQL
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_EQL)));
run_one_scan_loop();
testing::Mock::VerifyAndClearExpectations(&driver);
press_key(1, 1); // KC_PLUS
// BUG: The sequence is a bit strange, but it works, the end result is that
// KC_PLUS is sent
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_LSFT, KC_EQL)));
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_LSFT)));
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_LSFT, KC_EQL)));
run_one_scan_loop();
testing::Mock::VerifyAndClearExpectations(&driver);
release_key(0, 1); //KC_EQL
// I guess it's fine to still report shift here
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_LSFT)));
run_one_scan_loop();
testing::Mock::VerifyAndClearExpectations(&driver);
release_key(1, 1); // KC_PLUS
// This report is not needed
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_LSFT)));
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport()));
run_one_scan_loop();
testing::Mock::VerifyAndClearExpectations(&driver);
TestDriver driver;
InSequence s;
press_key(0, 1); // KC_EQL
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_EQL)));
run_one_scan_loop();
testing::Mock::VerifyAndClearExpectations(&driver);
press_key(1, 1); // KC_PLUS
// BUG: The sequence is a bit strange, but it works, the end result is that
// KC_PLUS is sent
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_LSFT, KC_EQL)));
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_LSFT)));
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_LSFT, KC_EQL)));
run_one_scan_loop();
testing::Mock::VerifyAndClearExpectations(&driver);
release_key(0, 1); // KC_EQL
// I guess it's fine to still report shift here
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_LSFT)));
run_one_scan_loop();
testing::Mock::VerifyAndClearExpectations(&driver);
release_key(1, 1); // KC_PLUS
// This report is not needed
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport(KC_LSFT)));
EXPECT_CALL(driver, send_keyboard_mock(KeyboardReport()));
run_one_scan_loop();
testing::Mock::VerifyAndClearExpectations(&driver);
}

4
tmk_core/common/action.c

@ -758,8 +758,8 @@ void register_code(uint8_t code) {
// without this, keys with the same keycode, but different
// modifiers will be reported incorrectly, see issue #1708
if (is_key_pressed(keyboard_report, code)) {
del_key(code);
send_keyboard_report();
del_key(code);
send_keyboard_report();
}
add_key(code);
send_keyboard_report();

30
tmk_core/common/report.c

@ -74,24 +74,24 @@ uint8_t get_first_key(report_keyboard_t* keyboard_report) {
* Note: The function doesn't support modifers currently, and it returns false for KC_NO
*/
bool is_key_pressed(report_keyboard_t* keyboard_report, uint8_t key) {
if (key == KC_NO) {
return false;
}
if (key == KC_NO) {
return false;
}
#ifdef NKRO_ENABLE
if (keyboard_protocol && keymap_config.nkro) {
if ((key>>3) < KEYBOARD_REPORT_BITS) {
return keyboard_report->nkro.bits[key>>3] & 1<<(key&7);
} else {
return false;
if (keyboard_protocol && keymap_config.nkro) {
if ((key >> 3) < KEYBOARD_REPORT_BITS) {
return keyboard_report->nkro.bits[key >> 3] & 1 << (key & 7);
} else {
return false;
}
}
}
#endif
for (int i=0; i < KEYBOARD_REPORT_KEYS; i++) {
if (keyboard_report->keys[i] == key) {
return true;
}
}
return false;
for (int i = 0; i < KEYBOARD_REPORT_KEYS; i++) {
if (keyboard_report->keys[i] == key) {
return true;
}
}
return false;
}
/** \brief add key byte

2
tmk_core/common/report.h

@ -237,7 +237,7 @@ static inline uint16_t KEYCODE2CONSUMER(uint8_t key) {
uint8_t has_anykey(report_keyboard_t* keyboard_report);
uint8_t get_first_key(report_keyboard_t* keyboard_report);
bool is_key_pressed(report_keyboard_t* keyboard_report, uint8_t key);
bool is_key_pressed(report_keyboard_t* keyboard_report, uint8_t key);
void add_key_byte(report_keyboard_t* keyboard_report, uint8_t code);
void del_key_byte(report_keyboard_t* keyboard_report, uint8_t code);

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