Add-in development tools for fx-9860G and fx-CG 50, to use with GCC and gint.
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//---
// fxlink:usb - libusb functions
//---
#ifndef FXLINK_USB_H
#define FXLINK_USB_H
#include "util.h"
#include "properties.h"
#include "filter.h"
#include <libusb.h>
/* usb_properties(): Determine as many properties of the device as possible
If the device can be opened, an open handle should be supplied as (dh). This
is used to determine the serial number; if the device cannot be opened, the
serial number is omitted from the device properties.
@dc Device descriptor
@dh Open handle if the device can be opened, or NULL
-> Returns detected properties of the device. */
properties_t usb_properties(struct libusb_device_descriptor *dc,
libusb_device_handle *dh);
/* usb_unique_matching(): Device that matches the provided filter, if unique
This function runs through the list of devices provided by libusb and
determines whether there is exactly one device matching the filter. If so,
a pointer to this device is set in (*dev) and FILTER_UNIQUE is returned. The
device is referenced and should be un-referenced after use for the data to
be freed. If (dev) is NULL, the pointer is not recorded and not referenced.
If there are no devices matching the filter, (*dev) is unchanged and this
function returns FILTER_NONE. If several devices match the filter, (*dev) is
unchanged and FILTER_MULTIPLE is returned. If an error occurs and the
function cannot complete, an error is printed and FILTER_ERROR is returned.
@filter Device filter to refine the search
@context Previously-initialized libusb context
@dev Output: unique device matching the filter (may be NULL)
-> Returns one of FILTER_{UNIQUE,NONE,MULTIPLE,ERROR}. */
int usb_unique_matching(filter_t const *filter, libusb_context *context,
libusb_device **dev);
/* usb_unique_wait(): Wait for a device matching the provided filter to connect
This function waits up to the provided delay for a device matching the
specified filter to be connected. It calls usb_unique_matching() several
times per second to check for new devices being attached and initialized.
If several devices are connected when usb_unique_wait() is first called, or
several devices are connected between two calls to usb_unique_matching(),
this function returns FILTER_MULTIPLE. As soon as a unique matching device
is found, the pointer is referenced and set in (*dev) if (dev) is not NULL,
and FILTER_UNIQUE is returned, regardless of whether other matching devices
are attached before the end of the wait period.
If no matching device is attached during the specified period, this function
returns FILTER_NONE. If an error occurs during scanning, it returns
FILTER_ERROR.
@filter Device filter to refine the search
@delay Time resource to use delay from
@context Previously-initialized libusb context
@dev Output: unique device matching the filter (can be NULL)
-> Returns one of FILTER_{UNIQUE,NONE,MULTIPLE,ERROR}. */
int usb_unique_wait(filter_t const *filter, delay_t *delay,
libusb_context *context, libusb_device **dev);
//---
// Iteration on libusb devices
//---
typedef struct {
/* Current device and its device descriptor */
libusb_device *dev;
struct libusb_device_descriptor dc;
/* If the device can be opened, its open handle, otherwise NULL */
libusb_device_handle *dh;
/* Device properties */
properties_t props;
/* Whether the iteration has finished */
bool done;
/* Internal indicators: list of devices and current index */
libusb_device **devices;
int device_count;
int index;
} usb_iterator_t;
/* usb_iter_start(): Start an iteration on libusb devices
If the first step fails, returns an iterator with (done = true) and sets
(*error) to true; otherwise, sets (*error) to false. */
usb_iterator_t usb_iter_start(libusb_context *context, bool *error);
/* usb_iter_next(): Iterate to the next libusb device */
void usb_iter_next(usb_iterator_t *it);
/* Convenience for-loop macro for iteration */
#define for_libusb_devices(NAME, context, error) \
for(usb_iterator_t NAME = usb_iter_start(context, error); \
!NAME.done; usb_iter_next(&NAME)) if(!NAME.done)
//---
// Miscellaneous
//---
/* usb_id(): Printable address-based identifier for error messages
This function is used in error messages to describe the device on which an
error occurred in a useful way. The pointer returned is to a static buffer
that changes at every call to this function, and should only be used briefly
to generate messages. */
char const *usb_id(libusb_device *dev);
/* usb_serial_number(): Serial number advertised by the device
This function returns the serial number (as presented with iSerialNumber in
the device descriptor) of the provided device, which may or may not be
present.
Serial numbers for CASIO calculators normally have 8 letters. The LINK
application presents a 12-character code with "0000" prepended. This
function detects this quirk and only returns the last 8 characters. gint's
driver doesn't send to "0000" prefix.
This function requires the device to be open in order to send the request
for the STRING descriptor, and cannot be used if the process user doesn't
have write access to the device.
@dh Open device handle
-> Returns a freshly-allocated copy of the serial number string, to be
free()'d after use, or NULL if the serial number is unspecified or cannot
be retrieved. */
char *usb_serial_number(libusb_device_handle *dh);
#endif /* FXLINK_USB_H */