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/* usb-common.h - prototypes for the common useful USB functions

   Copyright (C) 2008  Arnaud Quette <arnaud.quette@gmail.com>

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#include "nut_stdint.h" /* for uint16_t */

#include <regex.h>
#include <usb.h>

 * USBDevice_t: Describe a USB device. This structure contains exactly
 * the 5 pieces of information by which a USB device identifies
 * itself, so it serves as a kind of "fingerprint" of the device. This
 * information must be matched exactly when reopening a device, and
 * therefore must not be "improved" or updated by a client
 * program. Vendor, Product, and Serial can be NULL if the
 * corresponding string did not exist or could not be retrieved.
00037 typedef struct USBDevice_s {
00038       uint16_t    VendorID; /*!< Device's Vendor ID */
00039       uint16_t    ProductID; /*!< Device's Product ID */
00040       char        *Vendor; /*!< Device's Vendor Name */
00041       char        *Product; /*!< Device's Product Name */
      char        *Serial; /* Product serial number */
      char        *Bus;    /* Bus name, e.g. "003" */
} USBDevice_t;

 * USBDeviceMatcher_t: A "USB matcher" is a callback function that
 * inputs a USBDevice_t structure, and returns 1 for a match and 0
 * for a non-match.  Thus, a matcher provides a criterion for
 * selecting a USB device.  The callback function further is
 * expected to return -1 on error with errno set, and -2 on other
 * errors. Matchers can be connected in a linked list via the
 * "next" field.
00055 typedef struct USBDeviceMatcher_s {
      int   (*match_function)(USBDevice_t *device, void *privdata);
      void  *privdata;
      struct USBDeviceMatcher_s     *next;
} USBDeviceMatcher_t;

/* constructors and destructors for specific types of matchers. An
   exact matcher matches a specific usb_device_t structure (except for
   the Bus component, which is ignored). A regex matcher matches
   devices based on a set of regular expressions. The USBNew* functions
   return a matcher on success, or -1 on error with errno set. Note
   that the "USBFree*" functions only free the current matcher, not
   any others that are linked via "next" fields. */
int USBNewExactMatcher(USBDeviceMatcher_t **matcher, USBDevice_t *hd);
int USBNewRegexMatcher(USBDeviceMatcher_t **matcher, char **regex, int cflags);
void USBFreeExactMatcher(USBDeviceMatcher_t *matcher);
void USBFreeRegexMatcher(USBDeviceMatcher_t *matcher);

/* dummy USB function and macro, inspired from the Linux kernel
 * this allows USB information extraction */
#define USB_DEVICE(vendorID, productID)   vendorID, productID

typedef struct {
      int   vendorID;
      int   productID;
      void  *(*fun)(void);                      /* handler for specific processing */
} usb_device_id_t;

#define NOT_SUPPORTED         0
#define SUPPORTED             2

/* Function used to match a VendorID/ProductID pair against a list of
 * supported devices. Return values:
int is_usb_device_supported(usb_device_id_t *usb_device_id_list, 
                                          int dev_VendorID, int dev_ProductID);

#endif /* NUT_USB_COMMON_H */

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