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* Run clang-format manually to fix recently changed files

* Run clang-format manually to fix recently changed files - revert template files

* Run clang-format manually to fix recently changed files - format off for ascii_to_keycode_lut
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  1. 2
      drivers/issi/is31fl3733.c
  2. 6
      quantum/color.c
  3. 20
      quantum/dynamic_keymap.c
  4. 8
      quantum/encoder.c
  5. 10
      quantum/process_keycode/process_rgb.c
  6. 8
      quantum/quantum.c
  7. 4
      quantum/quantum.h
  8. 6
      quantum/quantum_keycodes.h
  9. 8
      quantum/rgb_matrix.c
  10. 6
      quantum/rgblight.c
  11. 247
      quantum/via.c
  12. 61
      quantum/via.h
  13. 2
      tmk_core/common/action.c

2
drivers/issi/is31fl3733.c

@ -217,7 +217,7 @@ void IS31FL3733_update_pwm_buffers(uint8_t addr, uint8_t index) {
// If any of the transactions fail we risk writing dirty PG0,
// refresh page 0 just in case.
if (!IS31FL3733_write_pwm_buffer(addr, g_pwm_buffer[index])){
if (!IS31FL3733_write_pwm_buffer(addr, g_pwm_buffer[index])) {
g_led_control_registers_update_required[index] = true;
}
}

6
quantum/color.c

@ -87,9 +87,9 @@ RGB hsv_to_rgb(HSV hsv) {
}
#ifdef RGBW
#ifndef MIN
# define MIN(a, b) ((a) < (b) ? (a) : (b))
#endif
# ifndef MIN
# define MIN(a, b) ((a) < (b) ? (a) : (b))
# endif
void convert_rgb_to_rgbw(LED_TYPE *led) {
// Determine lowest value in all three colors, put that into
// the white channel and then shift all colors by that amount

20
quantum/dynamic_keymap.c

@ -20,36 +20,36 @@
#include "progmem.h" // to read default from flash
#include "quantum.h" // for send_string()
#include "dynamic_keymap.h"
#include "via.h" // for default VIA_EEPROM_ADDR_END
#include "via.h" // for default VIA_EEPROM_ADDR_END
#ifndef DYNAMIC_KEYMAP_LAYER_COUNT
# define DYNAMIC_KEYMAP_LAYER_COUNT 4
# define DYNAMIC_KEYMAP_LAYER_COUNT 4
#endif
#ifndef DYNAMIC_KEYMAP_MACRO_COUNT
# define DYNAMIC_KEYMAP_MACRO_COUNT 16
# define DYNAMIC_KEYMAP_MACRO_COUNT 16
#endif
// If DYNAMIC_KEYMAP_EEPROM_ADDR not explicitly defined in config.h,
// default it start after VIA_EEPROM_CUSTOM_ADDR+VIA_EEPROM_CUSTOM_SIZE
#ifndef DYNAMIC_KEYMAP_EEPROM_ADDR
# ifdef VIA_EEPROM_CUSTOM_CONFIG_ADDR
# define DYNAMIC_KEYMAP_EEPROM_ADDR (VIA_EEPROM_CUSTOM_CONFIG_ADDR+VIA_EEPROM_CUSTOM_CONFIG_SIZE)
# else
# error DYNAMIC_KEYMAP_EEPROM_ADDR not defined
# endif
# ifdef VIA_EEPROM_CUSTOM_CONFIG_ADDR
# define DYNAMIC_KEYMAP_EEPROM_ADDR (VIA_EEPROM_CUSTOM_CONFIG_ADDR + VIA_EEPROM_CUSTOM_CONFIG_SIZE)
# else
# error DYNAMIC_KEYMAP_EEPROM_ADDR not defined
# endif
#endif
// Dynamic macro starts after dynamic keymaps
#ifndef DYNAMIC_KEYMAP_MACRO_EEPROM_ADDR
# define DYNAMIC_KEYMAP_MACRO_EEPROM_ADDR (DYNAMIC_KEYMAP_EEPROM_ADDR+(DYNAMIC_KEYMAP_LAYER_COUNT*MATRIX_ROWS*MATRIX_COLS*2))
# define DYNAMIC_KEYMAP_MACRO_EEPROM_ADDR (DYNAMIC_KEYMAP_EEPROM_ADDR + (DYNAMIC_KEYMAP_LAYER_COUNT * MATRIX_ROWS * MATRIX_COLS * 2))
#endif
// Dynamic macro uses up all remaining memory
// Assumes 1K EEPROM on ATMega32U4
// Override for anything different
#ifndef DYNAMIC_KEYMAP_MACRO_EEPROM_SIZE
# define DYNAMIC_KEYMAP_MACRO_EEPROM_SIZE (1024-DYNAMIC_KEYMAP_MACRO_EEPROM_ADDR)
# define DYNAMIC_KEYMAP_MACRO_EEPROM_SIZE (1024 - DYNAMIC_KEYMAP_MACRO_EEPROM_ADDR)
#endif
uint8_t dynamic_keymap_get_layer_count(void) { return DYNAMIC_KEYMAP_LAYER_COUNT; }

8
quantum/encoder.c

@ -37,8 +37,8 @@ static pin_t encoders_pad_b[] = ENCODERS_PAD_B;
static int8_t encoder_LUT[] = {0, -1, 1, 0, 1, 0, 0, -1, -1, 0, 0, 1, 0, 1, -1, 0};
static uint8_t encoder_state[NUMBER_OF_ENCODERS] = {0};
static int8_t encoder_pulses[NUMBER_OF_ENCODERS] = {0};
static uint8_t encoder_state[NUMBER_OF_ENCODERS] = {0};
static int8_t encoder_pulses[NUMBER_OF_ENCODERS] = {0};
#ifdef SPLIT_KEYBOARD
// right half encoders come over as second set of encoders
@ -88,7 +88,7 @@ static void encoder_update(int8_t index, uint8_t state) {
encoder_value[index]++;
encoder_update_kb(index, true);
}
if (encoder_pulses[i] <= -ENCODER_RESOLUTION) { // direction is arbitrary here, but this clockwise
if (encoder_pulses[i] <= -ENCODER_RESOLUTION) { // direction is arbitrary here, but this clockwise
encoder_value[index]--;
encoder_update_kb(index, false);
}
@ -109,7 +109,7 @@ void encoder_state_raw(uint8_t* slave_state) { memcpy(slave_state, &encoder_valu
void encoder_update_raw(uint8_t* slave_state) {
for (uint8_t i = 0; i < NUMBER_OF_ENCODERS; i++) {
uint8_t index = i + thatHand;
int8_t delta = slave_state[i] - encoder_value[index];
int8_t delta = slave_state[i] - encoder_value[index];
while (delta > 0) {
delta--;
encoder_value[index]++;

10
quantum/process_keycode/process_rgb.c

@ -20,8 +20,8 @@ typedef void (*rgb_func_pointer)(void);
/**
* Wrapper for inc/dec rgb keycode
*
* noinline to optimise for firmware size not speed (not in hot path)
*
* noinline to optimise for firmware size not speed (not in hot path)
*/
static void __attribute__((noinline)) handleKeycodeRGB(const uint8_t is_shifted, const rgb_func_pointer inc_func, const rgb_func_pointer dec_func) {
if (is_shifted) {
@ -35,10 +35,10 @@ static void __attribute__((noinline)) handleKeycodeRGB(const uint8_t is_shifted,
* Wrapper for animation mode
* - if not in animation family -> jump to that animation
* - otherwise -> wrap round animation speed
*
* noinline to optimise for firmware size not speed (not in hot path)
*
* noinline to optimise for firmware size not speed (not in hot path)
*/
static void __attribute__((noinline,unused)) handleKeycodeRGBMode(const uint8_t start, const uint8_t end) {
static void __attribute__((noinline, unused)) handleKeycodeRGBMode(const uint8_t start, const uint8_t end) {
if ((start <= rgblight_get_mode()) && (rgblight_get_mode() < end)) {
rgblight_step();
} else {

8
quantum/quantum.c

@ -320,8 +320,8 @@ bool process_record_quantum(keyrecord_t *record) {
switch (keycode) {
case GRAVE_ESC: {
/* true if the last press of GRAVE_ESC was shifted (i.e. GUI or SHIFT were pressed), false otherwise.
* Used to ensure that the correct keycode is released if the key is released.
*/
* Used to ensure that the correct keycode is released if the key is released.
*/
static bool grave_esc_was_shifted = false;
uint8_t shifted = get_mods() & ((MOD_BIT(KC_LSHIFT) | MOD_BIT(KC_RSHIFT) | MOD_BIT(KC_LGUI) | MOD_BIT(KC_RGUI)));
@ -379,6 +379,7 @@ __attribute__((weak)) const bool ascii_to_altgr_lut[128] PROGMEM = {0, 0, 0, 0,
0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0};
// clang-format off
__attribute__((weak)) const uint8_t ascii_to_keycode_lut[128] PROGMEM = {// NUL SOH STX ETX EOT ENQ ACK BEL
XXXXXXX, XXXXXXX, XXXXXXX, XXXXXXX, XXXXXXX, XXXXXXX, XXXXXXX, XXXXXXX,
// BS TAB LF VT FF CR SO SI
@ -412,6 +413,7 @@ __attribute__((weak)) const uint8_t ascii_to_keycode_lut[128] PROGMEM = {// NUL
KC_P, KC_Q, KC_R, KC_S, KC_T, KC_U, KC_V, KC_W,
// x y z { | } ~ DEL
KC_X, KC_Y, KC_Z, KC_LBRC, KC_BSLS, KC_RBRC, KC_GRV, KC_DEL};
// clang-format on
void send_string(const char *str) { send_string_with_delay(str, 0); }
@ -477,7 +479,7 @@ void send_string_with_delay_P(const char *str, uint8_t interval) {
void send_char(char ascii_code) {
#if defined(AUDIO_ENABLE) && defined(SENDSTRING_BELL)
if (ascii_code == '\a') { // BEL
if (ascii_code == '\a') { // BEL
PLAY_SONG(bell_song);
return;
}

4
quantum/quantum.h

@ -163,11 +163,11 @@ extern layer_state_t layer_state;
#endif
#ifdef DYNAMIC_KEYMAP_ENABLE
# include "dynamic_keymap.h"
# include "dynamic_keymap.h"
#endif
#ifdef VIA_ENABLE
# include "via.h"
# include "via.h"
#endif
// Function substitutions to ease GPIO manipulation

6
quantum/quantum_keycodes.h

@ -677,7 +677,7 @@ enum quantum_keycodes {
#define AG_TOGG MAGIC_TOGGLE_ALT_GUI
#define GUI_OFF MAGIC_NO_GUI
#define GUI_ON MAGIC_UNNO_GUI
#define GUI_ON MAGIC_UNNO_GUI
#define GE_SWAP MAGIC_SWAP_GRAVE_ESC
#define GE_NORM MAGIC_UNSWAP_GRAVE_ESC
@ -685,8 +685,8 @@ enum quantum_keycodes {
#define BS_SWAP MAGIC_SWAP_BACKSLASH_BACKSPACE
#define BS_NORM MAGIC_UNSWAP_BACKSLASH_BACKSPACE
#define NK_ON MAGIC_HOST_NKRO
#define NK_OFF MAGIC_UNHOST_NKRO
#define NK_ON MAGIC_HOST_NKRO
#define NK_OFF MAGIC_UNHOST_NKRO
#define NK_TOGG MAGIC_TOGGLE_NKRO
#define EH_LEFT MAGIC_EE_HANDS_LEFT

8
quantum/rgb_matrix.c

@ -434,11 +434,11 @@ void rgb_matrix_init(void) {
eeconfig_debug_rgb_matrix(); // display current eeprom values
}
void rgb_matrix_set_suspend_state(bool state) {
if (RGB_DISABLE_WHEN_USB_SUSPENDED && state) {
rgb_matrix_set_color_all(0, 0, 0); // turn off all LEDs when suspending
void rgb_matrix_set_suspend_state(bool state) {
if (RGB_DISABLE_WHEN_USB_SUSPENDED && state) {
rgb_matrix_set_color_all(0, 0, 0); // turn off all LEDs when suspending
}
g_suspend_state = state;
g_suspend_state = state;
}
void rgb_matrix_toggle(void) {

6
quantum/rgblight.c

@ -622,12 +622,12 @@ void rgblight_set(void) {
start_led = led + clipping_start_pos;
# endif
#ifdef RGBW
# ifdef RGBW
for (uint8_t i = 0; i < num_leds; i++) {
convert_rgb_to_rgbw(&start_led[i]);
}
#endif
ws2812_setleds(start_led, num_leds);
# endif
ws2812_setleds(start_led, num_leds);
}
#endif

247
quantum/via.c

@ -28,41 +28,36 @@
#include "raw_hid.h"
#include "dynamic_keymap.h"
#include "tmk_core/common/eeprom.h"
#include "version.h" // for QMK_BUILDDATE used in EEPROM magic
#include "version.h" // for QMK_BUILDDATE used in EEPROM magic
// Can be called in an overriding via_init_kb() to test if keyboard level code usage of
// EEPROM is invalid and use/save defaults.
bool via_eeprom_is_valid(void)
{
char *p = QMK_BUILDDATE; // e.g. "2019-11-05-11:29:54"
uint8_t magic0 = ( ( p[2] & 0x0F ) << 4 ) | ( p[3] & 0x0F );
uint8_t magic1 = ( ( p[5] & 0x0F ) << 4 ) | ( p[6] & 0x0F );
uint8_t magic2 = ( ( p[8] & 0x0F ) << 4 ) | ( p[9] & 0x0F );
bool via_eeprom_is_valid(void) {
char * p = QMK_BUILDDATE; // e.g. "2019-11-05-11:29:54"
uint8_t magic0 = ((p[2] & 0x0F) << 4) | (p[3] & 0x0F);
uint8_t magic1 = ((p[5] & 0x0F) << 4) | (p[6] & 0x0F);
uint8_t magic2 = ((p[8] & 0x0F) << 4) | (p[9] & 0x0F);
return (eeprom_read_byte( (void*)VIA_EEPROM_MAGIC_ADDR+0 ) == magic0 &&
eeprom_read_byte( (void*)VIA_EEPROM_MAGIC_ADDR+1 ) == magic1 &&
eeprom_read_byte( (void*)VIA_EEPROM_MAGIC_ADDR+2 ) == magic2 );
return (eeprom_read_byte((void *)VIA_EEPROM_MAGIC_ADDR + 0) == magic0 && eeprom_read_byte((void *)VIA_EEPROM_MAGIC_ADDR + 1) == magic1 && eeprom_read_byte((void *)VIA_EEPROM_MAGIC_ADDR + 2) == magic2);
}
// Sets VIA/keyboard level usage of EEPROM to valid/invalid
// Keyboard level code (eg. via_init_kb()) should not call this
void via_eeprom_set_valid(bool valid)
{
char *p = QMK_BUILDDATE; // e.g. "2019-11-05-11:29:54"
uint8_t magic0 = ( ( p[2] & 0x0F ) << 4 ) | ( p[3] & 0x0F );
uint8_t magic1 = ( ( p[5] & 0x0F ) << 4 ) | ( p[6] & 0x0F );
uint8_t magic2 = ( ( p[8] & 0x0F ) << 4 ) | ( p[9] & 0x0F );
void via_eeprom_set_valid(bool valid) {
char * p = QMK_BUILDDATE; // e.g. "2019-11-05-11:29:54"
uint8_t magic0 = ((p[2] & 0x0F) << 4) | (p[3] & 0x0F);
uint8_t magic1 = ((p[5] & 0x0F) << 4) | (p[6] & 0x0F);
uint8_t magic2 = ((p[8] & 0x0F) << 4) | (p[9] & 0x0F);
eeprom_update_byte( (void*)VIA_EEPROM_MAGIC_ADDR+0, valid ? magic0 : 0xFF);
eeprom_update_byte( (void*)VIA_EEPROM_MAGIC_ADDR+1, valid ? magic1 : 0xFF);
eeprom_update_byte( (void*)VIA_EEPROM_MAGIC_ADDR+2, valid ? magic2 : 0xFF);
eeprom_update_byte((void *)VIA_EEPROM_MAGIC_ADDR + 0, valid ? magic0 : 0xFF);
eeprom_update_byte((void *)VIA_EEPROM_MAGIC_ADDR + 1, valid ? magic1 : 0xFF);
eeprom_update_byte((void *)VIA_EEPROM_MAGIC_ADDR + 2, valid ? magic2 : 0xFF);
}
// Flag QMK and VIA/keyboard level EEPROM as invalid.
// Used in bootmagic_lite() and VIA command handler.
// Keyboard level code should not need to call this.
void via_eeprom_reset(void)
{
void via_eeprom_reset(void) {
// Set the VIA specific EEPROM state as invalid.
via_eeprom_set_valid(false);
// Set the TMK/QMK EEPROM state as invalid.
@ -72,8 +67,7 @@ void via_eeprom_reset(void)
// Override bootmagic_lite() so it can flag EEPROM as invalid
// as well as jump to bootloader, thus performing a "factory reset"
// of dynamic keymaps and optionally backlight/other settings.
void bootmagic_lite(void)
{
void bootmagic_lite(void) {
// The lite version of TMK's bootmagic based on Wilba.
// 100% less potential for accidentally making the
// keyboard do stupid things.
@ -106,12 +100,10 @@ void bootmagic_lite(void)
// for backlight, rotary encoders, etc.
// The override should not set via_eeprom_set_valid(true) as
// the caller also needs to check the valid state.
__attribute__((weak)) void via_init_kb(void) {
}
__attribute__((weak)) void via_init_kb(void) {}
// Called by QMK core to initialize dynamic keymaps etc.
void via_init(void)
{
void via_init(void) {
// Let keyboard level test EEPROM valid state,
// but not set it valid, it is done here.
via_init_kb();
@ -119,7 +111,7 @@ void via_init(void)
// If the EEPROM has the magic, the data is good.
// OK to load from EEPROM.
if (via_eeprom_is_valid()) {
} else {
} else {
// This resets the layout options
via_set_layout_options(0);
// This resets the keymaps in EEPROM to what is in flash.
@ -133,12 +125,11 @@ void via_init(void)
// This is generalized so the layout options EEPROM usage can be
// variable, between 1 and 4 bytes.
uint32_t via_get_layout_options(void)
{
uint32_t via_get_layout_options(void) {
uint32_t value = 0;
// Start at the most significant byte
void * source = (void *)(VIA_EEPROM_LAYOUT_OPTIONS_ADDR);
for ( uint8_t i = 0; i < VIA_EEPROM_LAYOUT_OPTIONS_SIZE; i++ ) {
void *source = (void *)(VIA_EEPROM_LAYOUT_OPTIONS_ADDR);
for (uint8_t i = 0; i < VIA_EEPROM_LAYOUT_OPTIONS_SIZE; i++) {
value = value << 8;
value |= eeprom_read_byte(source);
source++;
@ -146,24 +137,21 @@ uint32_t via_get_layout_options(void)
return value;
}
void via_set_layout_options(uint32_t value)
{
void via_set_layout_options(uint32_t value) {
// Start at the least significant byte
void * target = (void *)(VIA_EEPROM_LAYOUT_OPTIONS_ADDR+VIA_EEPROM_LAYOUT_OPTIONS_SIZE-1);
for ( uint8_t i = 0; i < VIA_EEPROM_LAYOUT_OPTIONS_SIZE; i++ ) {
eeprom_update_byte(target, value & 0xFF );
void *target = (void *)(VIA_EEPROM_LAYOUT_OPTIONS_ADDR + VIA_EEPROM_LAYOUT_OPTIONS_SIZE - 1);
for (uint8_t i = 0; i < VIA_EEPROM_LAYOUT_OPTIONS_SIZE; i++) {
eeprom_update_byte(target, value & 0xFF);
value = value >> 8;
target--;
}
}
// Called by QMK core to process VIA-specific keycodes.
bool process_record_via(uint16_t keycode, keyrecord_t *record)
{
bool process_record_via(uint16_t keycode, keyrecord_t *record) {
// Handle macros
if (record->event.pressed) {
if ( keycode >= MACRO00 && keycode <= MACRO15 )
{
if (keycode >= MACRO00 && keycode <= MACRO15) {
uint8_t id = keycode - MACRO00;
dynamic_keymap_macro_send(id);
return false;
@ -173,7 +161,7 @@ bool process_record_via(uint16_t keycode, keyrecord_t *record)
// TODO: ideally this would be generalized and refactored into
// QMK core as advanced keycodes, until then, the simple case
// can be available here to keyboards using VIA
switch(keycode) {
switch (keycode) {
case FN_MO13:
if (record->event.pressed) {
layer_on(1);
@ -203,7 +191,7 @@ bool process_record_via(uint16_t keycode, keyrecord_t *record)
// DO NOT call raw_hid_send() in the overide function.
__attribute__((weak)) void raw_hid_receive_kb(uint8_t *data, uint8_t length) {
uint8_t *command_id = &(data[0]);
*command_id = id_unhandled;
*command_id = id_unhandled;
}
// VIA handles received HID messages first, and will route to
@ -211,182 +199,151 @@ __attribute__((weak)) void raw_hid_receive_kb(uint8_t *data, uint8_t length) {
// This gives the keyboard code level the ability to handle the command
// specifically.
//
// raw_hid_send() is called at the end, with the same buffer, which was
// raw_hid_send() is called at the end, with the same buffer, which was
// possibly modified with returned values.
void raw_hid_receive( uint8_t *data, uint8_t length )
{
uint8_t *command_id = &(data[0]);
void raw_hid_receive(uint8_t *data, uint8_t length) {
uint8_t *command_id = &(data[0]);
uint8_t *command_data = &(data[1]);
switch ( *command_id )
{
case id_get_protocol_version:
{
switch (*command_id) {
case id_get_protocol_version: {
command_data[0] = VIA_PROTOCOL_VERSION >> 8;
command_data[1] = VIA_PROTOCOL_VERSION & 0xFF;
break;
}
case id_get_keyboard_value:
{
switch ( command_data[0] )
{
case id_uptime:
{
uint32_t value = timer_read32();
command_data[1] = (value >> 24 ) & 0xFF;
command_data[2] = (value >> 16 ) & 0xFF;
command_data[3] = (value >> 8 ) & 0xFF;
case id_get_keyboard_value: {
switch (command_data[0]) {
case id_uptime: {
uint32_t value = timer_read32();
command_data[1] = (value >> 24) & 0xFF;
command_data[2] = (value >> 16) & 0xFF;
command_data[3] = (value >> 8) & 0xFF;
command_data[4] = value & 0xFF;
break;
}
case id_layout_options:
{
uint32_t value = via_get_layout_options();
command_data[1] = (value >> 24 ) & 0xFF;
command_data[2] = (value >> 16 ) & 0xFF;
command_data[3] = (value >> 8 ) & 0xFF;
case id_layout_options: {
uint32_t value = via_get_layout_options();
command_data[1] = (value >> 24) & 0xFF;
command_data[2] = (value >> 16) & 0xFF;
command_data[3] = (value >> 8) & 0xFF;
command_data[4] = value & 0xFF;
break;
}
case id_switch_matrix_state:
{
#if ( (MATRIX_COLS/8+1)*MATRIX_ROWS <= 28 )
case id_switch_matrix_state: {
#if ((MATRIX_COLS / 8 + 1) * MATRIX_ROWS <= 28)
uint8_t i = 1;
for ( uint8_t row=0; row<MATRIX_ROWS; row++ ) {
for (uint8_t row = 0; row < MATRIX_ROWS; row++) {
matrix_row_t value = matrix_get_row(row);
#if (MATRIX_COLS > 24)
command_data[i++] = (value >> 24 ) & 0xFF;
#endif
#if (MATRIX_COLS > 16)
command_data[i++] = (value >> 16 ) & 0xFF;
#endif
#if (MATRIX_COLS > 8)
command_data[i++] = (value >> 8 ) & 0xFF;
#endif
# if (MATRIX_COLS > 24)
command_data[i++] = (value >> 24) & 0xFF;
# endif
# if (MATRIX_COLS > 16)
command_data[i++] = (value >> 16) & 0xFF;
# endif
# if (MATRIX_COLS > 8)
command_data[i++] = (value >> 8) & 0xFF;
# endif
command_data[i++] = value & 0xFF;
}
#endif
break;
}
default:
{
raw_hid_receive_kb(data,length);
default: {
raw_hid_receive_kb(data, length);
break;
}
}
break;
}
case id_set_keyboard_value:
{
switch ( command_data[0] )
{
case id_layout_options:
{
uint32_t value = ( (uint32_t)command_data[1] << 24 ) |
( (uint32_t)command_data[2] << 16 ) |
( (uint32_t)command_data[3] << 8 ) |
(uint32_t)command_data[4];
case id_set_keyboard_value: {
switch (command_data[0]) {
case id_layout_options: {
uint32_t value = ((uint32_t)command_data[1] << 24) | ((uint32_t)command_data[2] << 16) | ((uint32_t)command_data[3] << 8) | (uint32_t)command_data[4];
via_set_layout_options(value);
break;
}
default:
{
raw_hid_receive_kb(data,length);
default: {
raw_hid_receive_kb(data, length);
break;
}
}
break;
}
case id_dynamic_keymap_get_keycode:
{
uint16_t keycode = dynamic_keymap_get_keycode( command_data[0], command_data[1], command_data[2] );
command_data[3] = keycode >> 8;
command_data[4] = keycode & 0xFF;
case id_dynamic_keymap_get_keycode: {
uint16_t keycode = dynamic_keymap_get_keycode(command_data[0], command_data[1], command_data[2]);
command_data[3] = keycode >> 8;
command_data[4] = keycode & 0xFF;
break;
}
case id_dynamic_keymap_set_keycode:
{
dynamic_keymap_set_keycode( command_data[0], command_data[1], command_data[2], ( command_data[3] << 8 ) | command_data[4] );
case id_dynamic_keymap_set_keycode: {
dynamic_keymap_set_keycode(command_data[0], command_data[1], command_data[2], (command_data[3] << 8) | command_data[4]);
break;
}
case id_dynamic_keymap_reset:
{
case id_dynamic_keymap_reset: {
dynamic_keymap_reset();
break;
}
case id_backlight_config_set_value:
case id_backlight_config_get_value:
case id_backlight_config_save:
{
case id_backlight_config_save: {
raw_hid_receive_kb(data, length);
break;
}
case id_dynamic_keymap_macro_get_count:
{
case id_dynamic_keymap_macro_get_count: {
command_data[0] = dynamic_keymap_macro_get_count();
break;
}
case id_dynamic_keymap_macro_get_buffer_size:
{
uint16_t size = dynamic_keymap_macro_get_buffer_size();
case id_dynamic_keymap_macro_get_buffer_size: {
uint16_t size = dynamic_keymap_macro_get_buffer_size();
command_data[0] = size >> 8;
command_data[1] = size & 0xFF;
break;
}
case id_dynamic_keymap_macro_get_buffer:
{
uint16_t offset = ( command_data[0] << 8 ) | command_data[1];
uint16_t size = command_data[2]; // size <= 28
dynamic_keymap_macro_get_buffer( offset, size, &command_data[3] );
case id_dynamic_keymap_macro_get_buffer: {
uint16_t offset = (command_data[0] << 8) | command_data[1];
uint16_t size = command_data[2]; // size <= 28
dynamic_keymap_macro_get_buffer(offset, size, &command_data[3]);
break;
}
case id_dynamic_keymap_macro_set_buffer:
{
uint16_t offset = ( command_data[0] << 8 ) | command_data[1];
uint16_t size = command_data[2]; // size <= 28
dynamic_keymap_macro_set_buffer( offset, size, &command_data[3] );
case id_dynamic_keymap_macro_set_buffer: {
uint16_t offset = (command_data[0] << 8) | command_data[1];
uint16_t size = command_data[2]; // size <= 28
dynamic_keymap_macro_set_buffer(offset, size, &command_data[3]);
break;
}
case id_dynamic_keymap_macro_reset:
{
case id_dynamic_keymap_macro_reset: {
dynamic_keymap_macro_reset();
break;
}
case id_dynamic_keymap_get_layer_count:
{
case id_dynamic_keymap_get_layer_count: {
command_data[0] = dynamic_keymap_get_layer_count();
break;
}
case id_dynamic_keymap_get_buffer:
{
uint16_t offset = ( command_data[0] << 8 ) | command_data[1];
uint16_t size = command_data[2]; // size <= 28
dynamic_keymap_get_buffer( offset, size, &command_data[3] );
case id_dynamic_keymap_get_buffer: {
uint16_t offset = (command_data[0] << 8) | command_data[1];
uint16_t size = command_data[2]; // size <= 28
dynamic_keymap_get_buffer(offset, size, &command_data[3]);
break;
}
case id_dynamic_keymap_set_buffer:
{
uint16_t offset = ( command_data[0] << 8 ) | command_data[1];
uint16_t size = command_data[2]; // size <= 28
dynamic_keymap_set_buffer( offset, size, &command_data[3] );
case id_dynamic_keymap_set_buffer: {
uint16_t offset = (command_data[0] << 8) | command_data[1];
uint16_t size = command_data[2]; // size <= 28
dynamic_keymap_set_buffer(offset, size, &command_data[3]);
break;
}
case id_eeprom_reset:
{
case id_eeprom_reset: {
via_eeprom_reset();
break;
}
case id_bootloader_jump:
{
case id_bootloader_jump: {
// Need to send data back before the jump
// Informs host that the command is handled
raw_hid_send( data, length );
raw_hid_send(data, length);
// Give host time to read it
wait_ms(100);
bootloader_jump();
break;
}
default:
{
default: {
// The command ID is not known
// Return the unhandled state
*command_id = id_unhandled;
@ -396,5 +353,5 @@ void raw_hid_receive( uint8_t *data, uint8_t length )
// Return the same buffer, optionally with values changed
// (i.e. returning state to the host, or the unhandled state).
raw_hid_send( data, length );
raw_hid_send(data, length);
}

61
quantum/via.h

@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
#pragma once
#include <tmk_core/common/eeconfig.h> // for EECONFIG_SIZE
#include <tmk_core/common/eeconfig.h> // for EECONFIG_SIZE
// Keyboard level code can change where VIA stores the magic.
// The magic is the build date YYMMDD encoded as BCD in 3 bytes,
@ -25,34 +25,33 @@
// The only reason this is important is in case EEPROM usage changes
// and the EEPROM was not explicitly reset by bootmagic lite.
#ifndef VIA_EEPROM_MAGIC_ADDR
# define VIA_EEPROM_MAGIC_ADDR (EECONFIG_SIZE)
# define VIA_EEPROM_MAGIC_ADDR (EECONFIG_SIZE)
#endif
#define VIA_EEPROM_LAYOUT_OPTIONS_ADDR (VIA_EEPROM_MAGIC_ADDR+3)
#define VIA_EEPROM_LAYOUT_OPTIONS_ADDR (VIA_EEPROM_MAGIC_ADDR + 3)
// Changing the layout options size after release will invalidate EEPROM,
// but this is something that should be set correctly on initial implementation.
// 1 byte is enough for most uses (i.e. 8 binary states, or 6 binary + 1 ternary/quaternary )
#ifndef VIA_EEPROM_LAYOUT_OPTIONS_SIZE
# define VIA_EEPROM_LAYOUT_OPTIONS_SIZE 1
# define VIA_EEPROM_LAYOUT_OPTIONS_SIZE 1
#endif
// The end of the EEPROM memory used by VIA
// By default, dynamic keymaps will start at this if there is no
// custom config
#define VIA_EEPROM_CUSTOM_CONFIG_ADDR (VIA_EEPROM_LAYOUT_OPTIONS_ADDR+VIA_EEPROM_LAYOUT_OPTIONS_SIZE)
#define VIA_EEPROM_CUSTOM_CONFIG_ADDR (VIA_EEPROM_LAYOUT_OPTIONS_ADDR + VIA_EEPROM_LAYOUT_OPTIONS_SIZE)
#ifndef VIA_EEPROM_CUSTOM_CONFIG_SIZE
# define VIA_EEPROM_CUSTOM_CONFIG_SIZE 0
# define VIA_EEPROM_CUSTOM_CONFIG_SIZE 0
#endif
// This is changed only when the command IDs change,
// so VIA Configurator can detect compatible firmware.
// so VIA Configurator can detect compatible firmware.
#define VIA_PROTOCOL_VERSION 0x0009
enum via_command_id
{
id_get_protocol_version = 0x01, // always 0x01
enum via_command_id {
id_get_protocol_version = 0x01, // always 0x01
id_get_keyboard_value,
id_set_keyboard_value,
id_dynamic_keymap_get_keycode,
@ -74,12 +73,7 @@ enum via_command_id
id_unhandled = 0xFF,
};
enum via_keyboard_value_id
{
id_uptime = 0x01,
id_layout_options,
id_switch_matrix_state
};
enum via_keyboard_value_id { id_uptime = 0x01, id_layout_options, id_switch_matrix_state };
// Can't use SAFE_RANGE here, it might change if someone adds
// new values to enum quantum_keycodes.
@ -108,22 +102,22 @@ enum via_keycodes {
};
enum user_keycodes {
USER00 = 0x5F80,
USER01,
USER02,
USER03,
USER04,
USER05,
USER06,
USER07,
USER08,
USER09,
USER10,
USER11,
USER12,
USER13,
USER14,
USER15,
USER00 = 0x5F80,
USER01,
USER02,
USER03,
USER04,
USER05,
USER06,
USER07,
USER08,
USER09,
USER10,
USER11,
USER12,
USER13,
USER14,
USER15,
};
// Can be called in an overriding via_init_kb() to test if keyboard level code usage of
@ -144,8 +138,7 @@ void via_init(void);
// Used by VIA to store and retrieve the layout options.
uint32_t via_get_layout_options(void);
void via_set_layout_options(uint32_t value);
void via_set_layout_options(uint32_t value);
// Called by QMK core to process VIA-specific keycodes.
bool process_record_via(uint16_t keycode, keyrecord_t *record);

2
tmk_core/common/action.c

@ -48,7 +48,7 @@ int retro_tapping_counter = 0;
#endif
#ifdef IGNORE_MOD_TAP_INTERRUPT_PER_KEY
__attribute__ ((weak)) bool get_ignore_mod_tap_interrupt(uint16_t keycode) { return false; }
__attribute__((weak)) bool get_ignore_mod_tap_interrupt(uint16_t keycode) { return false; }
#endif
#ifndef TAP_CODE_DELAY

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