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local ffi = require "ffi"
-- Contains global defs used by submodules within vchi
ffi.cdef[[
//flags used when sending messages (must be bitmapped)
typedef enum
{
VCHI_FLAGS_NONE = 0x0,
VCHI_FLAGS_BLOCK_UNTIL_OP_COMPLETE = 0x1, // waits for message to be received, or sent (NB. not the same as being seen on other side)
VCHI_FLAGS_CALLBACK_WHEN_OP_COMPLETE = 0x2, // run a callback when message sent
VCHI_FLAGS_BLOCK_UNTIL_QUEUED = 0x4, // return once the transfer is in a queue ready to go
VCHI_FLAGS_ALLOW_PARTIAL = 0x8,
VCHI_FLAGS_BLOCK_UNTIL_DATA_READ = 0x10,
VCHI_FLAGS_CALLBACK_WHEN_DATA_READ = 0x20,
VCHI_FLAGS_ALIGN_SLOT = 0x000080, // internal use only
VCHI_FLAGS_BULK_AUX_QUEUED = 0x010000, // internal use only
VCHI_FLAGS_BULK_AUX_COMPLETE = 0x020000, // internal use only
VCHI_FLAGS_BULK_DATA_QUEUED = 0x040000, // internal use only
VCHI_FLAGS_BULK_DATA_COMPLETE = 0x080000, // internal use only
VCHI_FLAGS_INTERNAL = 0xFF0000
} VCHI_FLAGS_T;
// constants for vchi_crc_control()
typedef enum {
VCHI_CRC_NOTHING = -1,
VCHI_CRC_PER_SERVICE = 0,
VCHI_CRC_EVERYTHING = 1,
} VCHI_CRC_CONTROL_T;
]]
if USE_VCHIQ_ARM then
ffi.cdef[[
//callback reasons when an event occurs on a service
typedef enum
{
VCHI_CALLBACK_REASON_MIN,
//This indicates that there is data available
//handle is the msg id that was transmitted with the data
// When a message is received and there was no FULL message available previously, send callback
// Tasks get kicked by the callback, reset their event and try and read from the fifo until it fails
VCHI_CALLBACK_MSG_AVAILABLE,
VCHI_CALLBACK_MSG_SENT,
VCHI_CALLBACK_MSG_SPACE_AVAILABLE, // XXX not yet implemented
// This indicates that a transfer from the other side has completed
VCHI_CALLBACK_BULK_RECEIVED,
//This indicates that data queued up to be sent has now gone
//handle is the msg id that was used when sending the data
VCHI_CALLBACK_BULK_SENT,
VCHI_CALLBACK_BULK_RX_SPACE_AVAILABLE, // XXX not yet implemented
VCHI_CALLBACK_BULK_TX_SPACE_AVAILABLE, // XXX not yet implemented
VCHI_CALLBACK_SERVICE_CLOSED,
// this side has sent XOFF to peer due to lack of data consumption by service
// (suggests the service may need to take some recovery action if it has
// been deliberately holding off consuming data)
VCHI_CALLBACK_SENT_XOFF,
VCHI_CALLBACK_SENT_XON,
// indicates that a bulk transfer has finished reading the source buffer
VCHI_CALLBACK_BULK_DATA_READ,
// power notification events (currently host side only)
VCHI_CALLBACK_PEER_OFF,
VCHI_CALLBACK_PEER_SUSPENDED,
VCHI_CALLBACK_PEER_ON,
VCHI_CALLBACK_PEER_RESUMED,
VCHI_CALLBACK_FORCED_POWER_OFF,
// some extra notifications provided by vchiq_arm
VCHI_CALLBACK_SERVICE_OPENED,
VCHI_CALLBACK_BULK_RECEIVE_ABORTED,
VCHI_CALLBACK_BULK_TRANSMIT_ABORTED,
VCHI_CALLBACK_REASON_MAX
} VCHI_CALLBACK_REASON_T;
]]
else
ffi.cdef[[
//callback reasons when an event occurs on a service
typedef enum
{
VCHI_CALLBACK_REASON_MIN,
//This indicates that there is data available
//handle is the msg id that was transmitted with the data
// When a message is received and there was no FULL message available previously, send callback
// Tasks get kicked by the callback, reset their event and try and read from the fifo until it fails
VCHI_CALLBACK_MSG_AVAILABLE,
VCHI_CALLBACK_MSG_SENT,
VCHI_CALLBACK_MSG_SPACE_AVAILABLE, // XXX not yet implemented
// This indicates that a transfer from the other side has completed
VCHI_CALLBACK_BULK_RECEIVED,
//This indicates that data queued up to be sent has now gone
//handle is the msg id that was used when sending the data
VCHI_CALLBACK_BULK_SENT,
VCHI_CALLBACK_BULK_RX_SPACE_AVAILABLE, // XXX not yet implemented
VCHI_CALLBACK_BULK_TX_SPACE_AVAILABLE, // XXX not yet implemented
VCHI_CALLBACK_SERVICE_CLOSED,
// this side has sent XOFF to peer due to lack of data consumption by service
// (suggests the service may need to take some recovery action if it has
// been deliberately holding off consuming data)
VCHI_CALLBACK_SENT_XOFF,
VCHI_CALLBACK_SENT_XON,
// indicates that a bulk transfer has finished reading the source buffer
VCHI_CALLBACK_BULK_DATA_READ,
// power notification events (currently host side only)
VCHI_CALLBACK_PEER_OFF,
VCHI_CALLBACK_PEER_SUSPENDED,
VCHI_CALLBACK_PEER_ON,
VCHI_CALLBACK_PEER_RESUMED,
VCHI_CALLBACK_FORCED_POWER_OFF,
VCHI_CALLBACK_REASON_MAX
} VCHI_CALLBACK_REASON_T;
]]
end
ffi.cdef[[
//Calback used by all services / bulk transfers
typedef void (*VCHI_CALLBACK_T)( void *callback_param, //my service local param
VCHI_CALLBACK_REASON_T reason,
void *handle ); //for transmitting msg's only
/*
* Define vector struct for scatter-gather (vector) operations
* Vectors can be nested - if a vector element has negative length, then
* the data pointer is treated as pointing to another vector array, with
* '-vec_len' elements. Thus to append a header onto an existing vector,
* you can do this:
*
* void foo(const VCHI_MSG_VECTOR_T *v, int n)
* {
* VCHI_MSG_VECTOR_T nv[2];
* nv[0].vec_base = my_header;
* nv[0].vec_len = sizeof my_header;
* nv[1].vec_base = v;
* nv[1].vec_len = -n;
* ...
*
*/
typedef struct vchi_msg_vector {
const void *vec_base;
int32_t vec_len;
} VCHI_MSG_VECTOR_T;
// Opaque type for a connection API
typedef struct opaque_vchi_connection_api_t VCHI_CONNECTION_API_T;
// Opaque type for a message driver
typedef struct opaque_vchi_message_driver_t VCHI_MESSAGE_DRIVER_T;
// Iterator structure for reading ahead through received message queue. Allocated by client,
// initialised by vchi_msg_look_ahead. Fields are for internal VCHI use only.
// Iterates over messages in queue at the instant of the call to vchi_msg_lookahead -
// will not proceed to messages received since. Behaviour is undefined if an iterator
// is used again after messages for that service are removed/dequeued by any
// means other than vchi_msg_iter_... calls on the iterator itself.
typedef struct {
struct opaque_vchi_service_t *service;
void *last;
void *next;
void *remove;
} VCHI_MSG_ITER_T;
]]
--[[
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* Neither the name of the copyright holder nor the
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THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS "AS IS" AND
ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE
DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT HOLDER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY
DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
(INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES;
LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND
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--]]
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