IOPMPowerSource.h   [plain text]

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#ifndef _IOPMPowerSource_h_
#define _IOPMPowerSource_h_

#include <libkern/c++/OSObject.h>
#include <IOKit/pwr_mgt/IOPM.h>
#include <IOKit/IOTypes.h>
#include <IOKit/IOReturn.h>
#include <IOKit/IOService.h>

enum {
    kSecondsPerHour = 3600,
    kTenMinutesInSeconds = 600

/* class IOPMPowerSource
 * See IOKit/pwr_mgt/IOPM.h for power source keys relevant to this class. These
 * report-type keys are required for calls to IOPMPowerSource::setReportables(),
 * and they define the IORegistry interface through which data is passed back
 * up to the rest of the system.
 * A subclassing driver that doesn't want to do anything fancy should:
 *   1. Subclass IOPMPowerSource
 *   3. Install its own battery change notifications or polling routine that can
 *          converse with actual battery hardware.
 *   4. When battery state changes, change the relevant member variables
 *          through setCurrentCapacity() style accessors.
 *   5. Call updateStatus() on itself when all such settings have been updated.
 * The subclass driver should also initially populate its settings and call
 * updateStatus() on launch.
 * Settings
 * ExternalConnected
 * Type: bool
 * IORegistry Key: kIOPMPSExternalConnectedKey
 * True if computer is drawing external power 
 * ExternalChargeCapable
 * Type: bool
 * IORegistry Key: kIOPMPSExternalChargeCapableKey
 * True if external power is capable of charging internal battery
 * BatteryInstalled
 * Type: bool
 * IORegistry Key: kIOPMPSBatteryInstalledKey
 * True if a battery is present; false if removed
 * IsCharging
 * Type: bool
 * IORegistry Key: kIOPMPSIsChargingKey
 * True if battery is charging itself from external power
 * AtWarnLevel
 * Type: bool
 * IORegistry Key: kIOPMPSAtWarnLevelKey
 * True if draining battery capacity and past warn level
 * AtCriticalLevel
 * Type: bool
 * IORegistry Key: kIOPMPSAtCriticalLevelKey
 * True if draining battery capacity and past critical level
 * CurrentCapacity
 * MaxCapacity
 * Type: unsigned int
 * IORegistry Key: kIOPMPSCurrentCapacityKey, kIOPMPSMaxCapacityKey
 * Capacity measured in mAh
 * TimeRemaining
 * Type: int
 * IORegistry Key: kIOPMPSTimeRemainingKey
 * Time remaining measured in minutes
 * Amperage
 * Type: int
 * IORegistry Key: kIOPMPSAmperageKey
 * Current is measured in mA
 * Voltage
 * Type: unsigned int
 * IORegistry Key: kIOPMPSVoltageKey
 * Voltage measured in mV
 * CycleCount
 * Type: unsigned int
 * IORegistry Key: kIOPMPSCycleCountKey
 * Number of charge/discharge cycles
 * AdapterInfo
 * Type: int
 * IORegistry Key: kIOPMPSAdapterInfoKey
 * Power adapter information
 * Location
 * Type: int
 * IORegistry Key: kIOPMPSLocationKey
 * Clue about battery's location in machine - Left vs. Right
 * ErrorCondition
 * Type: OSSymbol
 * IORegistry Key: kIOPMPSErrorConditionKey
 * String describing error state of battery
 * Manufacturer
 * Type: OSSymbol
 * IORegistry Key: kIOPMPSManufacturerKey
 * String describing battery manufacturer
 * Manufactured Date
 * Type: unsigned 16-bit bitfield
 * IORegistry Key: kIOPMPSManufactureDateKey
 * Date is published in a bitfield per the Smart Battery Data spec rev 1.1 
 * in section 5.1.26
 *   Bits 0...4 => day (value 1-31; 5 bits)
 *   Bits 5...8 => month (value 1-12; 4 bits)
 *   Bits 9...15 => years since 1980 (value 0-127; 7 bits)
 * Model
 * Type: OSSymbol
 * IORegistry Key: kIOPMPSModelKey
 * String describing model number
 * Serial
 * Type: OSSymbol
 * IORegistry Key: kIOPMPSSerialKey
 * String describing serial number or unique info
 * The serial number published hear bears no correspondence to the Apple serial
 * number printed on each battery. This is a manufacturer serial number with 
 * no correlation to the printed serial number.
 * LegacyIOBatteryInfo
 * Type: OSDictionary
 * IORegistry Key: kIOPMPSLegacyBatteryInfoKey
 * Dictionary conforming to the OS X 10.0-10.4 

class IOPMPowerSource : public IOService

    friend class IOPMPowerSourceList;


/* bool settingsChangedSinceLastUpdate
 * Used by subclasses to determine if any settings have been modified via the
 * accessors below since last call to update(). true is settings have changed;
 * false otherwise.
    bool settingsChangedSinceUpdate;
/* OSDictionary properties
 * Stores power source state
    OSDictionary            *properties;

    const OSSymbol *externalConnectedKey;
    const OSSymbol *externalChargeCapableKey;
    const OSSymbol *batteryInstalledKey;
    const OSSymbol *chargingKey;
    const OSSymbol *warnLevelKey;
    const OSSymbol *criticalLevelKey;
    const OSSymbol *currentCapacityKey;
    const OSSymbol *maxCapacityKey;
    const OSSymbol *timeRemainingKey;
    const OSSymbol *amperageKey;
    const OSSymbol *voltageKey;
    const OSSymbol *cycleCountKey;
    const OSSymbol *adapterInfoKey;
    const OSSymbol *locationKey;
    const OSSymbol *errorConditionKey;
    const OSSymbol *manufacturerKey;
    const OSSymbol *modelKey;
    const OSSymbol *serialKey;
    const OSSymbol *batteryInfoKey;

    // Tracking for IOPMPowerSourceList
    IOPMPowerSource         *nextInList;


/*! @function powerSource
    @abstract Creates a new IOPMPowerSource nub. Must be attached to IORegistry,
        and registered by provider.
    static IOPMPowerSource *powerSource(void);

    virtual bool init(void);
    virtual void free(void);

/*! @function updateStatus
    @abstract Must be called by physical battery controller when battery state
                has changed significantly.
    @discussion The system will not poll this object for battery updates. Rather \
    the battery's controller must call updateStatus() every time state changes \
    and the settings will be relayed to higher levels of power management. \
    The subclassing driver should override this only if the driver needs to add \
    new settings to the base class.
    virtual void updateStatus(void);

/* Public accessors for battery state
    bool externalConnected(void);
    bool externalChargeCapable(void);
    bool batteryInstalled(void);
    bool isCharging(void);
    bool atWarnLevel(void);
    bool atCriticalLevel(void);

    unsigned int currentCapacity(void);
    unsigned int maxCapacity(void);
    unsigned int capacityPercentRemaining(void);
    int timeRemaining(void);
    int amperage(void);
    unsigned int voltage(void);
    unsigned int cycleCount(void);
    int adapterInfo(void);
    int location(void);
    OSSymbol *errorCondition(void);
    OSSymbol *manufacturer(void);
    OSSymbol *model(void);
    OSSymbol *serial(void);
    OSDictionary *legacyIOBatteryInfo(void);
    OSObject *getPSProperty(const OSSymbol *);

/* Protected "setter" methods for subclasses
 * Subclasses should use these setters to modify all battery properties.
 * Subclasses must follow all property changes with a call to updateStatus() 
 * to flush settings changes to upper level battery API clients.
    void setExternalConnected(bool);
    void setExternalChargeCapable(bool);
    void setBatteryInstalled(bool);
    void setIsCharging(bool);
    void setAtWarnLevel(bool);
    void setAtCriticalLevel(bool);

    void setCurrentCapacity(unsigned int);
    void setMaxCapacity(unsigned int);    
    void setTimeRemaining(int);
    void setAmperage(int);    
    void setVoltage(unsigned int);
    void setCycleCount(unsigned int);
    void setAdapterInfo(int);
    void setLocation(int);

    void setErrorCondition(OSSymbol *);
    void setManufacturer(OSSymbol *);
    void setModel(OSSymbol *);
    void setSerial(OSSymbol *);
    void setLegacyIOBatteryInfo(OSDictionary *);

/* All of these methods funnel through the generic accessor method
   setPSProperty. Caller can pass in any arbitrary OSSymbol key, and
   that value will be stored in the PM settings dictionary, and relayed
   onto the IORegistry at update time.
    void setPSProperty(const OSSymbol *, OSObject *);