HIDSetUsageValueArray.c   [plain text]


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/*
	File:		HIDSetUsageValueArray.c

	Contains:	xxx put contents here xxx

	Version:	xxx put version here xxx

	Copyright:	 1999-2001 by Apple Computer, Inc., all rights reserved.

	File Ownership:

		DRI:				xxx put dri here xxx

		Other Contact:		xxx put other contact here xxx

		Technology:			xxx put technology here xxx

	Writers:

		(KH)	Keithen Hayenga
		(BWS)	Brent Schorsch

	Change History (most recent first):

	  <USB5>	 1/18/01	KH		Fix for complex descriptors only needed for buttons.
	  <USB4>	 3/24/00	KH		Complex report descriptors could lead to reporting
									kHIDUsageNotFoundErr's as kHIDIncompatibleReportErr's instead.
	  <USB3>	 11/1/99	BWS		[2405720]  We need a better check for 'bit padding' items,
									rather than just is constant. We will check to make sure the
									item is constant, and has no usage, or zero usage. This means we
									need to pass an additional parameter to some internal functions
	  <USB2>	  4/7/99	BWS		Add support for reversed report items
	  <USB1>	  3/5/99	BWS		first checked in
*/

#include "HIDLib.h"

/*
 *------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 *
 * HIDSetUsageValueArray - Set the values for a usage
 *
 *	 Input:
 *			  reportType		   - HIDP_Input, HIDP_Output, HIDP_Feature
 *			  usagePage			   - Page Criteria
 *			  iCollection			- Collection Criteria or zero
 *			  usage				   - usage Criteria
 *			  psBuffer				- Pointer to usage Buffer
 *			  iByteLength			- Length of usage Buffer
 *			  ptPreparsedData		- Pre-Parsed Data
 *			  psReport				- An HID Report
 *			  iReportLength			- The length of the Report
 *	 Output:
 *			  piValue				- Pointer to usage Value
 *	 Returns:
 *
 *------------------------------------------------------------------------------
*/
OSStatus HIDSetUsageValueArray(HIDReportType reportType,
									HIDUsage usagePage,
									UInt32 iCollection,
									HIDUsage usage,
									UInt8 *psUsageBuffer,
									ByteCount iByteLength,
									HIDPreparsedDataRef preparsedDataRef,
									void *psReport,
									ByteCount iReportLength)
{
	HIDPreparsedDataPtr ptPreparsedData = (HIDPreparsedDataPtr) preparsedDataRef;
	HIDCollection *ptCollection;
	HIDReportItem *ptReportItem;
	OSStatus iStatus;
	int i;
	int iR;
	SInt32 iValue;
	int iStart;
	int iReportItem;
	UInt32 iUsageIndex;
	UInt32 iCount;
	int byteCount;
	Boolean bIncompatibleReport = false;
/*
 *	Disallow Null Pointers
*/
	if ((ptPreparsedData == NULL)
	 || (psUsageBuffer == NULL)
	 || (psReport == NULL))
		return kHIDNullPointerErr;
	if (ptPreparsedData->hidTypeIfValid != kHIDOSType)
		return kHIDInvalidPreparsedDataErr;
/*
 *	The Collection must be in range
*/
	if (iCollection >= ptPreparsedData->collectionCount)
		return kHIDBadParameterErr;
/*
 *	Search only the scope of the Collection specified
 *	Go through the ReportItems
 *	Filter on ReportType and usagePage
*/
	ptCollection = &ptPreparsedData->collections[iCollection];
	for (iR=0; iR<ptCollection->reportItemCount; iR++)
	{
		iReportItem = ptCollection->firstReportItem + iR;
		ptReportItem = &ptPreparsedData->reportItems[iReportItem];
		if (HIDIsVariable(ptReportItem, preparsedDataRef)
		 && HIDHasUsage(preparsedDataRef,ptReportItem,usagePage,usage,&iUsageIndex,&iCount))
		{
/*
 *			This may be the proper place
 *			Let's check for the proper Report ID, Type, and Length
*/
			iStatus = HIDCheckReport(reportType,preparsedDataRef,ptReportItem,
									   psReport,iReportLength);
/*
 *			The Report ID or Type may not match.
 *			This may not be an error (yet)
*/
			if (iStatus == kHIDIncompatibleReportErr)
				bIncompatibleReport = true;
			else if (iStatus != kHIDSuccess)
				return iStatus;
			else
			{
/*
 *				Disallow single count variables
 *				Count is set by HasUsage
*/
				if (iCount <= 1)
					return kHIDNotValueArrayErr;
/*
 *				Write out the data
*/
				iStart = ptReportItem->startBit + (ptReportItem->globals.reportSize * iUsageIndex);
				byteCount = (ptReportItem->globals.reportSize * iCount + 7)/8;
				if (byteCount > iByteLength)
					byteCount = iByteLength;
				for (i=0; i<byteCount; i++)
				{
					iValue = *psUsageBuffer++;
					HIDPreProcessRIValue (ptReportItem, &iValue); // error ignored
					iStatus = HIDPutData(psReport, iReportLength, iStart, 8, iValue);
					if (iStatus != kHIDSuccess)
						return iStatus;
					iStart += 8;
				}
				return kHIDSuccess;
			}
		}
	}
	if (bIncompatibleReport)
		return kHIDIncompatibleReportErr;
	return kHIDUsageNotFoundErr;
}