linux/include/linux/hil.h
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   1#ifndef _HIL_H_
   2#define _HIL_H_
   3
   4/*
   5 * Hewlett Packard Human Interface Loop (HP-HIL) Protocol -- header.
   6 *
   7 * Copyright (c) 2001 Brian S. Julin
   8 * All rights reserved.
   9 *
  10 * Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
  11 * modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
  12 * are met:
  13 * 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
  14 *    notice, this list of conditions, and the following disclaimer,
  15 *    without modification.
  16 * 2. The name of the author may not be used to endorse or promote products
  17 *    derived from this software without specific prior written permission.
  18 *
  19 * Alternatively, this software may be distributed under the terms of the
  20 * GNU General Public License ("GPL").
  21 *
  22 * THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE AUTHOR AND CONTRIBUTORS ``AS IS'' AND
  23 * ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
  24 * IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
  25 * ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR
  26 * ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
  27 * DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS
  28 * OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
  29 * HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT
  30 * LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY
  31 *
  32 * References:
  33 * HP-HIL Technical Reference Manual.  Hewlett Packard Product No. 45918A
  34 *
  35 * A note of thanks to HP for providing and shipping reference materials
  36 * free of charge to help in the development of HIL support for Linux.
  37 *
  38 */
  39
  40#include <asm/types.h>
  41
  42/* Physical constants relevant to raw loop/device timing. 
  43 */ 
  44
  45#define HIL_CLOCK               8MHZ
  46#define HIL_EK1_CLOCK           30HZ
  47#define HIL_EK2_CLOCK           60HZ
  48
  49#define HIL_TIMEOUT_DEV         5       /* ms */
  50#define HIL_TIMEOUT_DEVS        10      /* ms */
  51#define HIL_TIMEOUT_NORESP      10      /* ms */
  52#define HIL_TIMEOUT_DEVS_DATA   16      /* ms */
  53#define HIL_TIMEOUT_SELFTEST    200     /* ms */
  54
  55
  56/* Actual wire line coding.  These will only be useful if someone is 
  57 * implementing a software MLC to run HIL devices on a non-parisc machine.
  58 */
  59
  60#define HIL_WIRE_PACKET_LEN     15
  61enum hil_wire_bitpos {
  62        HIL_WIRE_START          = 0,
  63        HIL_WIRE_ADDR2,
  64        HIL_WIRE_ADDR1,
  65        HIL_WIRE_ADDR0,
  66        HIL_WIRE_COMMAND,
  67        HIL_WIRE_DATA7,
  68        HIL_WIRE_DATA6,
  69        HIL_WIRE_DATA5,
  70        HIL_WIRE_DATA4,
  71        HIL_WIRE_DATA3,
  72        HIL_WIRE_DATA2,
  73        HIL_WIRE_DATA1,
  74        HIL_WIRE_DATA0,
  75        HIL_WIRE_PARITY,
  76        HIL_WIRE_STOP
  77};
  78
  79/* HP documentation uses these bit positions to refer to commands;
  80 * we will call these "packets".
  81 */
  82enum hil_pkt_bitpos {
  83        HIL_PKT_CMD             = 0x00000800,
  84        HIL_PKT_ADDR2           = 0x00000400,
  85        HIL_PKT_ADDR1           = 0x00000200,
  86        HIL_PKT_ADDR0           = 0x00000100,
  87        HIL_PKT_ADDR_MASK       = 0x00000700,
  88        HIL_PKT_ADDR_SHIFT      = 8,
  89        HIL_PKT_DATA7           = 0x00000080,
  90        HIL_PKT_DATA6           = 0x00000040,
  91        HIL_PKT_DATA5           = 0x00000020,
  92        HIL_PKT_DATA4           = 0x00000010,
  93        HIL_PKT_DATA3           = 0x00000008,
  94        HIL_PKT_DATA2           = 0x00000004,
  95        HIL_PKT_DATA1           = 0x00000002,
  96        HIL_PKT_DATA0           = 0x00000001,
  97        HIL_PKT_DATA_MASK       = 0x000000FF,
  98        HIL_PKT_DATA_SHIFT      = 0
  99};
 100
 101/* The HIL MLC also has several error/status/control bits.  We extend the 
 102 * "packet" to include these when direct access to the MLC is available,
 103 * or emulate them in cases where they are not available. 
 104 *
 105 * This way the device driver knows that the underlying MLC driver
 106 * has had to deal with loop errors.
 107 */
 108enum hil_error_bitpos {
 109        HIL_ERR_OB      = 0x00000800, /* MLC is busy sending an auto-poll, 
 110                                         or we have filled up the output 
 111                                         buffer and must wait. */
 112        HIL_ERR_INT     = 0x00010000, /* A normal interrupt has occurred. */
 113        HIL_ERR_NMI     = 0x00020000, /* An NMI has occurred. */
 114        HIL_ERR_LERR    = 0x00040000, /* A poll didn't come back. */
 115        HIL_ERR_PERR    = 0x01000000, /* There was a Parity Error. */
 116        HIL_ERR_FERR    = 0x02000000, /* There was a Framing Error. */
 117        HIL_ERR_FOF     = 0x04000000  /* Input FIFO Overflowed. */
 118};
 119
 120enum hil_control_bitpos {
 121        HIL_CTRL_TEST   = 0x00010000,
 122        HIL_CTRL_IPF    = 0x00040000,
 123        HIL_CTRL_APE    = 0x02000000
 124};
 125
 126/* Bits 30,31 are unused, we use them to control write behavior. */
 127#define HIL_DO_ALTER_CTRL  0x40000000 /* Write MSW of packet to control 
 128                                          before writing LSW to loop */
 129#define HIL_CTRL_ONLY      0xc0000000 /* *Only* alter the control registers */
 130
 131/* This gives us a 32-bit "packet" 
 132 */
 133typedef u32 hil_packet;
 134
 135
 136/* HIL Loop commands 
 137 */
 138enum hil_command {
 139        HIL_CMD_IFC     = 0x00, /* Interface Clear */
 140        HIL_CMD_EPT     = 0x01, /* Enter Pass-Thru Mode */
 141        HIL_CMD_ELB     = 0x02, /* Enter Loop-Back Mode */
 142        HIL_CMD_IDD     = 0x03, /* Identify and Describe */
 143        HIL_CMD_DSR     = 0x04, /* Device Soft Reset */
 144        HIL_CMD_PST     = 0x05, /* Perform Self Test */
 145        HIL_CMD_RRG     = 0x06, /* Read Register */
 146        HIL_CMD_WRG     = 0x07, /* Write Register */
 147        HIL_CMD_ACF     = 0x08, /* Auto Configure */
 148        HIL_CMDID_ACF   = 0x07, /* Auto Configure bits with incremented ID */
 149        HIL_CMD_POL     = 0x10, /* Poll */
 150        HIL_CMDCT_POL   = 0x0f, /* Poll command bits with item count  */
 151        HIL_CMD_RPL     = 0x20, /* RePoll */
 152        HIL_CMDCT_RPL   = 0x0f, /* RePoll command bits with item count */
 153        HIL_CMD_RNM     = 0x30, /* Report Name */
 154        HIL_CMD_RST     = 0x31, /* Report Status */
 155        HIL_CMD_EXD     = 0x32, /* Extended Describe */
 156        HIL_CMD_RSC     = 0x33, /* Report Security Code */
 157
 158        /* 0x34 to 0x3c reserved for future use  */
 159
 160        HIL_CMD_DKA     = 0x3d, /* Disable Keyswitch Autorepeat */
 161        HIL_CMD_EK1     = 0x3e, /* Enable Keyswitch Autorepeat 1 */
 162        HIL_CMD_EK2     = 0x3f, /* Enable Keyswitch Autorepeat 2 */
 163        HIL_CMD_PR1     = 0x40, /* Prompt1 */  
 164        HIL_CMD_PR2     = 0x41, /* Prompt2 */
 165        HIL_CMD_PR3     = 0x42, /* Prompt3 */
 166        HIL_CMD_PR4     = 0x43, /* Prompt4 */
 167        HIL_CMD_PR5     = 0x44, /* Prompt5 */
 168        HIL_CMD_PR6     = 0x45, /* Prompt6 */
 169        HIL_CMD_PR7     = 0x46, /* Prompt7 */
 170        HIL_CMD_PRM     = 0x47, /* Prompt (General Purpose) */
 171        HIL_CMD_AK1     = 0x48, /* Acknowledge1 */  
 172        HIL_CMD_AK2     = 0x49, /* Acknowledge2 */
 173        HIL_CMD_AK3     = 0x4a, /* Acknowledge3 */
 174        HIL_CMD_AK4     = 0x4b, /* Acknowledge4 */
 175        HIL_CMD_AK5     = 0x4c, /* Acknowledge5 */
 176        HIL_CMD_AK6     = 0x4d, /* Acknowledge6 */
 177        HIL_CMD_AK7     = 0x4e, /* Acknowledge7 */
 178        HIL_CMD_ACK     = 0x4f, /* Acknowledge (General Purpose) */
 179
 180        /* 0x50 to 0x78 reserved for future use  */
 181        /* 0x80 to 0xEF device-specific commands */
 182        /* 0xf0 to 0xf9 reserved for future use  */
 183
 184        HIL_CMD_RIO     = 0xfa, /* Register I/O Error */
 185        HIL_CMD_SHR     = 0xfb, /* System Hard Reset */
 186        HIL_CMD_TER     = 0xfc, /* Transmission Error */
 187        HIL_CMD_CAE     = 0xfd, /* Configuration Address Error */
 188        HIL_CMD_DHR     = 0xfe, /* Device Hard Reset */
 189
 190        /* 0xff is prohibited from use. */
 191};
 192
 193
 194/* 
 195 * Response "records" to HIL commands
 196 */
 197
 198/* Device ID byte 
 199 */
 200#define HIL_IDD_DID_TYPE_MASK           0xe0    /* Primary type bits */
 201#define HIL_IDD_DID_TYPE_KB_INTEGRAL    0xa0    /* Integral keyboard */
 202#define HIL_IDD_DID_TYPE_KB_ITF         0xc0    /* ITD keyboard */
 203#define HIL_IDD_DID_TYPE_KB_RSVD        0xe0    /* Reserved keyboard type */
 204#define HIL_IDD_DID_TYPE_KB_LANG_MASK   0x1f    /* Keyboard locale bits */
 205#define HIL_IDD_DID_KBLANG_USE_ESD      0x00    /* Use ESD Locale instead */
 206#define HIL_IDD_DID_TYPE_ABS            0x80    /* Absolute Positioners */
 207#define HIL_IDD_DID_ABS_RSVD1_MASK      0xf8    /* Reserved */
 208#define HIL_IDD_DID_ABS_RSVD1           0x98
 209#define HIL_IDD_DID_ABS_TABLET_MASK     0xf8    /* Tablets and digitizers */
 210#define HIL_IDD_DID_ABS_TABLET          0x90
 211#define HIL_IDD_DID_ABS_TSCREEN_MASK    0xfc    /* Touch screens */
 212#define HIL_IDD_DID_ABS_TSCREEN         0x8c
 213#define HIL_IDD_DID_ABS_RSVD2_MASK      0xfc    /* Reserved */
 214#define HIL_IDD_DID_ABS_RSVD2           0x88
 215#define HIL_IDD_DID_ABS_RSVD3_MASK      0xfc    /* Reserved */
 216#define HIL_IDD_DID_ABS_RSVD3           0x80
 217#define HIL_IDD_DID_TYPE_REL            0x60    /* Relative Positioners */
 218#define HIL_IDD_DID_REL_RSVD1_MASK      0xf0    /* Reserved */
 219#define HIL_IDD_DID_REL_RSVD1           0x70
 220#define HIL_IDD_DID_REL_RSVD2_MASK      0xfc    /* Reserved */
 221#define HIL_IDD_DID_REL_RSVD2           0x6c
 222#define HIL_IDD_DID_REL_MOUSE_MASK      0xfc    /* Mouse */
 223#define HIL_IDD_DID_REL_MOUSE           0x68
 224#define HIL_IDD_DID_REL_QUAD_MASK       0xf8    /* Other Quadrature Devices */
 225#define HIL_IDD_DID_REL_QUAD            0x60
 226#define HIL_IDD_DID_TYPE_CHAR           0x40    /* Character Entry */
 227#define HIL_IDD_DID_CHAR_BARCODE_MASK   0xfc    /* Barcode Reader */
 228#define HIL_IDD_DID_CHAR_BARCODE        0x5c
 229#define HIL_IDD_DID_CHAR_RSVD1_MASK     0xfc    /* Reserved */
 230#define HIL_IDD_DID_CHAR_RSVD1          0x58
 231#define HIL_IDD_DID_CHAR_RSVD2_MASK     0xf8    /* Reserved */
 232#define HIL_IDD_DID_CHAR_RSVD2          0x50
 233#define HIL_IDD_DID_CHAR_RSVD3_MASK     0xf0    /* Reserved */
 234#define HIL_IDD_DID_CHAR_RSVD3          0x40
 235#define HIL_IDD_DID_TYPE_OTHER          0x20    /* Miscellaneous */
 236#define HIL_IDD_DID_OTHER_RSVD1_MASK    0xf0    /* Reserved */
 237#define HIL_IDD_DID_OTHER_RSVD1         0x30
 238#define HIL_IDD_DID_OTHER_BARCODE_MASK  0xfc    /* Tone Generator */
 239#define HIL_IDD_DID_OTHER_BARCODE       0x2c
 240#define HIL_IDD_DID_OTHER_RSVD2_MASK    0xfc    /* Reserved */
 241#define HIL_IDD_DID_OTHER_RSVD2         0x28
 242#define HIL_IDD_DID_OTHER_RSVD3_MASK    0xf8    /* Reserved */
 243#define HIL_IDD_DID_OTHER_RSVD3         0x20
 244#define HIL_IDD_DID_TYPE_KEYPAD         0x00    /* Vectra Keyboard */
 245
 246/* IDD record header 
 247 */
 248#define HIL_IDD_HEADER_AXSET_MASK       0x03    /* Number of axis in a set */
 249#define HIL_IDD_HEADER_RSC              0x04    /* Supports RSC command */
 250#define HIL_IDD_HEADER_EXD              0x08    /* Supports EXD command */
 251#define HIL_IDD_HEADER_IOD              0x10    /* IOD byte to follow */
 252#define HIL_IDD_HEADER_16BIT            0x20    /* 16 (vs. 8) bit resolution */
 253#define HIL_IDD_HEADER_ABS              0x40    /* Reports Absolute Position */
 254#define HIL_IDD_HEADER_2X_AXIS          0x80    /* Two sets of 1-3 axis */
 255
 256/* I/O Descriptor
 257 */
 258#define HIL_IDD_IOD_NBUTTON_MASK        0x07    /* Number of buttons */
 259#define HIL_IDD_IOD_PROXIMITY           0x08    /* Proximity in/out events */
 260#define HIL_IDD_IOD_PROMPT_MASK         0x70    /* Number of prompts/acks */
 261#define HIL_IDD_IOD_PROMPT_SHIFT        4
 262#define HIL_IDD_IOD_PROMPT              0x80    /* Generic prompt/ack */
 263
 264#define HIL_IDD_NUM_AXES_PER_SET(header_packet) \
 265((header_packet) & HIL_IDD_HEADER_AXSET_MASK)
 266
 267#define HIL_IDD_NUM_AXSETS(header_packet) \
 268(2 - !((header_packet) & HIL_IDD_HEADER_2X_AXIS))
 269
 270#define HIL_IDD_LEN(header_packet) \
 271((4 - !(header_packet & HIL_IDD_HEADER_IOD) -                   \
 272  2 * !(HIL_IDD_NUM_AXES_PER_SET(header_packet))) +             \
 273  2 * HIL_IDD_NUM_AXES_PER_SET(header_packet) *                 \
 274 !!((header_packet) & HIL_IDD_HEADER_ABS))
 275
 276/* The following HIL_IDD_* macros assume you have an array of 
 277 * packets and/or unpacked 8-bit data in the order that they 
 278 * were received.
 279 */
 280
 281#define HIL_IDD_AXIS_COUNTS_PER_M(header_ptr) \
 282(!(HIL_IDD_NUM_AXSETS(*(header_ptr))) ? -1 :                    \
 283(((*(header_ptr + 1) & HIL_PKT_DATA_MASK) +                     \
 284  ((*(header_ptr + 2) & HIL_PKT_DATA_MASK)) << 8)               \
 285* ((*(header_ptr) & HIL_IDD_HEADER_16BIT) ? 100 : 1)))
 286
 287#define HIL_IDD_AXIS_MAX(header_ptr, __axnum) \
 288((!(*(header_ptr) & HIL_IDD_HEADER_ABS) ||                      \
 289  (HIL_IDD_NUM_AXES_PER_SET(*(header_ptr)) <= __axnum)) ? 0 :   \
 290 ((HIL_PKT_DATA_MASK & *((header_ptr) + 3 + 2 * __axnum)) +     \
 291  ((HIL_PKT_DATA_MASK & *((header_ptr) + 4 + 2 * __axnum)) << 8)))
 292
 293#define HIL_IDD_IOD(header_ptr) \
 294(*(header_ptr + HIL_IDD_LEN((*header_ptr)) - 1))
 295
 296#define HIL_IDD_HAS_GEN_PROMPT(header_ptr) \
 297((*header_ptr & HIL_IDD_HEADER_IOD) &&                          \
 298 (HIL_IDD_IOD(header_ptr) & HIL_IDD_IOD_PROMPT))
 299
 300#define HIL_IDD_HAS_GEN_PROXIMITY(header_ptr) \
 301((*header_ptr & HIL_IDD_HEADER_IOD) &&                          \
 302 (HIL_IDD_IOD(header_ptr) & HIL_IDD_IOD_PROXIMITY))
 303
 304#define HIL_IDD_NUM_BUTTONS(header_ptr) \
 305((*header_ptr & HIL_IDD_HEADER_IOD) ?                           \
 306 (HIL_IDD_IOD(header_ptr) & HIL_IDD_IOD_NBUTTON_MASK) : 0)
 307
 308#define HIL_IDD_NUM_PROMPTS(header_ptr) \
 309((*header_ptr & HIL_IDD_HEADER_IOD) ?                           \
 310 ((HIL_IDD_IOD(header_ptr) & HIL_IDD_IOD_NPROMPT_MASK)          \
 311  >> HIL_IDD_IOD_PROMPT_SHIFT) : 0)
 312
 313/* The response to HIL EXD commands -- the "extended describe record" */
 314#define HIL_EXD_HEADER_WRG              0x03    /* Supports type2 WRG */
 315#define HIL_EXD_HEADER_WRG_TYPE1        0x01    /* Supports type1 WRG */
 316#define HIL_EXD_HEADER_WRG_TYPE2        0x02    /* Supports type2 WRG */
 317#define HIL_EXD_HEADER_RRG              0x04    /* Supports RRG command */
 318#define HIL_EXD_HEADER_RNM              0x10    /* Supports RNM command */
 319#define HIL_EXD_HEADER_RST              0x20    /* Supports RST command */
 320#define HIL_EXD_HEADER_LOCALE           0x40    /* Contains locale code */
 321
 322#define HIL_EXD_NUM_RRG(header_ptr) \
 323((*header_ptr & HIL_EXD_HEADER_RRG) ? \
 324 (*(header_ptr + 1) & HIL_PKT_DATA_MASK) : 0)
 325
 326#define HIL_EXD_NUM_WWG(header_ptr) \
 327((*header_ptr & HIL_EXD_HEADER_WRG) ?                           \
 328 (*(header_ptr + 2 - !(*header_ptr & HIL_EXD_HEADER_RRG)) &     \
 329    HIL_PKT_DATA_MASK) : 0)
 330
 331#define HIL_EXD_LEN(header_ptr) \
 332(!!(*header_ptr & HIL_EXD_HEADER_RRG) +                         \
 333 !!(*header_ptr & HIL_EXD_HEADER_WRG) +                         \
 334 !!(*header_ptr & HIL_EXD_HEADER_LOCALE) +                      \
 335 2 * !!(*header_ptr & HIL_EXD_HEADER_WRG_TYPE2) + 1)
 336
 337#define HIL_EXD_LOCALE(header_ptr) \
 338(!(*header_ptr & HIL_EXD_HEADER_LOCALE) ? -1 :                  \
 339 (*(header_ptr + HIL_EXD_LEN(header_ptr) - 1) & HIL_PKT_DATA_MASK))
 340
 341#define HIL_EXD_WRG_TYPE2_LEN(header_ptr) \
 342(!(*header_ptr & HIL_EXD_HEADER_WRG_TYPE2) ? -1 :                       \
 343 (*(header_ptr + HIL_EXD_LEN(header_ptr) - 2 -                          \
 344    !!(*header_ptr & HIL_EXD_HEADER_LOCALE)) & HIL_PKT_DATA_MASK) +     \
 345 ((*(header_ptr + HIL_EXD_LEN(header_ptr) - 1 -                         \
 346     !!(*header_ptr & HIL_EXD_HEADER_LOCALE)) & HIL_PKT_DATA_MASK) << 8))
 347
 348/* Device locale codes. */ 
 349
 350/* Last defined locale code.  Everything above this is "Reserved",
 351   and note that this same table applies to the Device ID Byte where 
 352   keyboards may have a nationality code which is only 5 bits. */
 353#define HIL_LOCALE_MAX 0x1f
 354
 355/* Map to hopefully useful strings.  I was trying to make these look
 356   like locale.aliases strings do; maybe that isn't the right table to
 357   emulate.  In either case, I didn't have much to work on. */
 358#define HIL_LOCALE_MAP \
 359"",                     /* 0x00 Reserved */             \
 360"",                     /* 0x01 Reserved */             \
 361"",                     /* 0x02 Reserved */             \
 362"swiss.french",         /* 0x03 Swiss/French */         \
 363"portuguese",           /* 0x04 Portuguese */           \
 364"arabic",               /* 0x05 Arabic */               \
 365"hebrew",               /* 0x06 Hebrew */               \
 366"english.canadian",     /* 0x07 Canadian English */     \
 367"turkish",              /* 0x08 Turkish */              \
 368"greek",                /* 0x09 Greek */                \
 369"thai",                 /* 0x0a Thai (Thailand) */      \
 370"italian",              /* 0x0b Italian */              \
 371"korean",               /* 0x0c Hangul (Korea) */       \
 372"dutch",                /* 0x0d Dutch */                \
 373"swedish",              /* 0x0e Swedish */              \
 374"german",               /* 0x0f German */               \
 375"chinese",              /* 0x10 Chinese-PRC */          \
 376"chinese",              /* 0x11 Chinese-ROC */          \
 377"swiss.french",         /* 0x12 Swiss/French II */      \
 378"spanish",              /* 0x13 Spanish */              \
 379"swiss.german",         /* 0x14 Swiss/German II */      \
 380"flemish",              /* 0x15 Belgian (Flemish) */    \
 381"finnish",              /* 0x16 Finnish */              \
 382"english.uk",           /* 0x17 United Kingdom */       \
 383"french.canadian",      /* 0x18 French/Canadian */      \
 384"swiss.german",         /* 0x19 Swiss/German */         \
 385"norwegian",            /* 0x1a Norwegian */            \
 386"french",               /* 0x1b French */               \
 387"danish",               /* 0x1c Danish */               \
 388"japanese",             /* 0x1d Katakana */             \
 389"spanish",              /* 0x1e Latin American/Spanish*/\
 390"english.us"            /* 0x1f United States */        \
 391
 392
 393/* HIL keycodes */
 394#define HIL_KEYCODES_SET1_TBLSIZE 128
 395#define HIL_KEYCODES_SET1       \
 396   KEY_5,               KEY_RESERVED,   KEY_RIGHTALT,   KEY_LEFTALT,    \
 397   KEY_RIGHTSHIFT,      KEY_LEFTSHIFT,  KEY_LEFTCTRL,   KEY_SYSRQ,      \
 398   KEY_KP4,             KEY_KP8,        KEY_KP5,        KEY_KP9,        \
 399   KEY_KP6,             KEY_KP7,        KEY_KPCOMMA,    KEY_KPENTER,    \
 400   KEY_KP1,             KEY_KPSLASH,    KEY_KP2,        KEY_KPPLUS,     \
 401   KEY_KP3,             KEY_KPASTERISK, KEY_KP0,        KEY_KPMINUS,    \
 402   KEY_B,               KEY_V,          KEY_C,          KEY_X,          \
 403   KEY_Z,               KEY_RESERVED,   KEY_RESERVED,   KEY_ESC,        \
 404   KEY_6,               KEY_F10,        KEY_3,          KEY_F11,        \
 405   KEY_KPDOT,           KEY_F9,         KEY_TAB /*KP*/, KEY_F12,        \
 406   KEY_H,               KEY_G,          KEY_F,          KEY_D,          \
 407   KEY_S,               KEY_A,          KEY_RESERVED,   KEY_CAPSLOCK,   \
 408   KEY_U,               KEY_Y,          KEY_T,          KEY_R,          \
 409   KEY_E,               KEY_W,          KEY_Q,          KEY_TAB,        \
 410   KEY_7,               KEY_6,          KEY_5,          KEY_4,          \
 411   KEY_3,               KEY_2,          KEY_1,          KEY_GRAVE,      \
 412   KEY_F13,             KEY_F14,        KEY_F15,        KEY_F16,        \
 413   KEY_F17,             KEY_F18,        KEY_F19,        KEY_F20,        \
 414   KEY_MENU,            KEY_F4,         KEY_F3,         KEY_F2,         \
 415   KEY_F1,              KEY_VOLUMEUP,   KEY_STOP,       KEY_SENDFILE,   \
 416   KEY_SYSRQ,           KEY_F5,         KEY_F6,         KEY_F7,         \
 417   KEY_F8,              KEY_VOLUMEDOWN, KEY_DEL_EOL,    KEY_DEL_EOS,    \
 418   KEY_8,               KEY_9,          KEY_0,          KEY_MINUS,      \
 419   KEY_EQUAL,           KEY_BACKSPACE,  KEY_INS_LINE,   KEY_DEL_LINE,   \
 420   KEY_I,               KEY_O,          KEY_P,          KEY_LEFTBRACE,  \
 421   KEY_RIGHTBRACE,      KEY_BACKSLASH,  KEY_INSERT,     KEY_DELETE,     \
 422   KEY_J,               KEY_K,          KEY_L,          KEY_SEMICOLON,  \
 423   KEY_APOSTROPHE,      KEY_ENTER,      KEY_HOME,       KEY_PAGEUP,     \
 424   KEY_M,               KEY_COMMA,      KEY_DOT,        KEY_SLASH,      \
 425   KEY_BACKSLASH,       KEY_SELECT,     KEY_102ND,      KEY_PAGEDOWN,   \
 426   KEY_N,               KEY_SPACE,      KEY_NEXT,       KEY_RESERVED,   \
 427   KEY_LEFT,            KEY_DOWN,       KEY_UP,         KEY_RIGHT
 428
 429
 430#define HIL_KEYCODES_SET3_TBLSIZE 128
 431#define HIL_KEYCODES_SET3       \
 432  KEY_RESERVED, KEY_ESC,        KEY_1,          KEY_2,                  \
 433  KEY_3,        KEY_4,          KEY_5,          KEY_6,                  \
 434  KEY_7,        KEY_8,          KEY_9,          KEY_0,                  \
 435  KEY_MINUS,    KEY_EQUAL,      KEY_BACKSPACE,  KEY_TAB,                \
 436  KEY_Q,        KEY_W,          KEY_E,          KEY_R,                  \
 437  KEY_T,        KEY_Y,          KEY_U,          KEY_I,                  \
 438  KEY_O,        KEY_P,          KEY_LEFTBRACE,  KEY_RIGHTBRACE,         \
 439  KEY_ENTER,    KEY_LEFTCTRL,   KEY_A,          KEY_S,                  \
 440  KEY_D,        KEY_F,          KEY_G,          KEY_H,                  \
 441  KEY_J,        KEY_K,          KEY_L,          KEY_SEMICOLON,          \
 442  KEY_APOSTROPHE,KEY_GRAVE,     KEY_LEFTSHIFT,  KEY_BACKSLASH,          \
 443  KEY_Z,        KEY_X,          KEY_C,          KEY_V,                  \
 444  KEY_B,        KEY_N,          KEY_M,          KEY_COMMA,              \
 445  KEY_DOT,      KEY_SLASH,      KEY_RIGHTSHIFT, KEY_KPASTERISK,         \
 446  KEY_LEFTALT,  KEY_SPACE,      KEY_CAPSLOCK,   KEY_F1,                 \
 447  KEY_F2,       KEY_F3,         KEY_F4,         KEY_F5,                 \
 448  KEY_F6,       KEY_F7,         KEY_F8,         KEY_F9,                 \
 449  KEY_F10,      KEY_NUMLOCK,    KEY_SCROLLLOCK, KEY_KP7,                \
 450  KEY_KP8,      KEY_KP9,        KEY_KPMINUS,    KEY_KP4,                \
 451  KEY_KP5,      KEY_KP6,        KEY_KPPLUS,     KEY_KP1,                \
 452  KEY_KP2,      KEY_KP3,        KEY_KP0,        KEY_KPDOT,              \
 453  KEY_SYSRQ,    KEY_RESERVED,   KEY_RESERVED,   KEY_RESERVED,           \
 454  KEY_RESERVED, KEY_RESERVED,   KEY_RESERVED,   KEY_RESERVED,           \
 455  KEY_RESERVED, KEY_RESERVED,   KEY_RESERVED,   KEY_RESERVED,           \
 456  KEY_UP,       KEY_LEFT,       KEY_DOWN,       KEY_RIGHT,              \
 457  KEY_HOME,     KEY_PAGEUP,     KEY_END,        KEY_PAGEDOWN,           \
 458  KEY_INSERT,   KEY_DELETE,     KEY_102ND,      KEY_RESERVED,           \
 459  KEY_RESERVED, KEY_RESERVED,   KEY_RESERVED,   KEY_RESERVED,           \
 460  KEY_F1,       KEY_F2,         KEY_F3,         KEY_F4,                 \
 461  KEY_F5,       KEY_F6,         KEY_F7,         KEY_F8,                 \
 462  KEY_RESERVED, KEY_RESERVED,   KEY_RESERVED,   KEY_RESERVED,           \
 463  KEY_RESERVED, KEY_RESERVED,   KEY_RESERVED,   KEY_RESERVED
 464
 465
 466/* Response to POL command, the "poll record header" */
 467
 468#define HIL_POL_NUM_AXES_MASK   0x03    /* Number of axis reported */
 469#define HIL_POL_CTS             0x04    /* Device ready to receive data */
 470#define HIL_POL_STATUS_PENDING  0x08    /* Device has status to report */
 471#define HIL_POL_CHARTYPE_MASK   0x70    /* Type of character data to follow */
 472#define HIL_POL_CHARTYPE_NONE   0x00    /* No character data to follow */
 473#define HIL_POL_CHARTYPE_RSVD1  0x10    /* Reserved Set 1 */
 474#define HIL_POL_CHARTYPE_ASCII  0x20    /* U.S. ASCII */
 475#define HIL_POL_CHARTYPE_BINARY 0x30    /* Binary data */
 476#define HIL_POL_CHARTYPE_SET1   0x40    /* Keycode Set 1 */
 477#define HIL_POL_CHARTYPE_RSVD2  0x50    /* Reserved Set 2 */
 478#define HIL_POL_CHARTYPE_SET2   0x60    /* Keycode Set 2 */
 479#define HIL_POL_CHARTYPE_SET3   0x70    /* Keycode Set 3 */
 480#define HIL_POL_AXIS_ALT        0x80    /* Data is from axis set 2 */
 481
 482
 483#endif /* _HIL_H_ */
 484
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