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Detailed Change log:
--------------------
+Version 5.1.2.1 (Unstable version - May 15th 2012)
+--------------------------------------------------
+ * Redist: fix identification of ARM.
+ * Adding support for new command: get usb core type. Also add different USB handling for different cores.
+ * Remove annoying (and misleading) warning messages from the log.
+ * Starting with firmware 5.7.0 - add the platform string to the firmware version (to support different platforms running the same FW version).
+ * Improved the hardware version information.
+ * Bug Fix: changing resolution might cause a crash when working without a server.
+ * Adding "Lean Init" mode which only gets version (no other FW queries).
+ * Adding -safe option to command console. If applied, lean init is used and chances of failing to open sensor are dramatically reduced.
+ * Bug Fix: If upload file fails, file remains open by process.
+ * Fix printing values during upload.
+ * Starting with 5.6.9 - check if image is supported using fixed params (instead of VSync ugly patch). Also moved fixed params to be part of SensorFirmware class.
+ * BIST: host now always performs soft reset before running BIST.
+ * Allowing AHB operations.
+ * Bug Fix: device is always opened on interface 0 (should be ISO on x86 and BULK on ARM).
+ * Added support to convert the uncompressed bayer image format into RGB24.
+ * Added the 720p & 1280x960 image resolutions in the Xiron.ini and GlobalDefaults.ini files.
+ * Added support for real uncompressed bayer image format.
+ * ARM depth defaults are now QQ and 12-bit.
+ * Allowing an application to provide buffers for map streams (instead of using the shared memory).
+ * Add some logs to the server session.
+ * Audio buffer (shared memory) and indexes are now owned by stream (and not the device).
+ * Workaround a FW bug which returns a preset with FPS 0 (causes DirectShow filter to crash).
+ * Using new data containers (XnListT, XnHashT, XnEventT).
+ * Added new server property: "ServerLogFile" (string) for getting log file name.
+ * Fix some static analysis warnings.
+ * Fix some minor, rare, never-gonna-happen, memory leaks.
+ * Moving "service discovery" into one location - takes place during init (instead of as part of the get version command).
+ * Adding support for FW 5.3.29 (like previous, with the get presets opcode).
+ * Adding a warning log when trying to set a non-supported mode.
+ * Bug Fix: enumerating for image caused soft-reset of the device when server is off. This is problematic if working from different contexts and this device is streaming in another context.
+ * Bug Fix: image resolution possible values were hard-coded, even when taking presets from FW.
+ * Fixed some bugs in the software registration:
+ 1) The start/end padding code was removed. It was not really necessary and caused the result to be incorrect.
+ 2) In the depth-to-shift table calculation, the distance between the cameras was truncated from bad float/int conversions.
+ 3) Removed the code which stops building the registration table if the max Y was reached. The correct solution is not to stop the loop, but to mark the values as invalid.
+ 4) Enabled software registration to also work in QVGA 30 mode.
+ * Using USB connection event instead of old single callback.
+ * Bug Fix: corrupt memory if resolution is changed *after* a frame was received but not read by application yet (#1950)
+ * Shifts map is stored as part of the frame.
+ * Added 12-bit depth processor.
+ * Optimizations for Arm Cortex A8 (neon).
+ * Adding interface for general i2c operations.
+ * Update device frequency whenever a stream is opened (frequency might change on setting to specific mode).
+ * Added a property "HostTimestamps" for making the code create timestamps according to host clock and disregard firmware timestamps.
+ * Added support for the Depth@QVGA and IR@VGA mode in FW 5.6 and above.
+ * Added support for QQVGA Depth.
+ * Now, when opening sensor without reset (for enumeration purposes), also not setting interface.
+ * Adding the 'CloseRange' property to the depth stream (supported by FW 5.6)
+
+Version 5.1.0.41 (Stable version - Dec 28th 2011)
+-------------------------------------------------
+ * No code changes, build is based on latest OpenNI.
+
Version 5.1.0.25 (Unstable version - Dec 18th 2011)
---------------------------------------------------
* Bug Fix: server-client didn't always work due to an uninitialized member.
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@@ -41,6 +41,9 @@ LogWriteToFile=1
; Stream Data Timestamps. 0 - milliseconds, 1 - microseconds (default)
;HighResTimestamps=1
+; Stream Data Timestamps Source. 0 - Firmware (default), 1 - Host
+;HostTimestamps=0
+
; A filter for the firmware log. Default is determined by firmware.
;FirmwareLogFilter=0
@@ -60,13 +63,13 @@ LogWriteToFile=1
;UsbInterface=2
[Depth]
-; Output format. 0 - Shift values, 1 - 12-bit depth values (default)
+; Output format. 0 - Shift values, 1 - depth values (default)
;OutputFormat=1
; Is stream mirrored. 0 - Off, 1 - On
;Mirror=1
-; 0 - QVGA (default), 1 - VGA
+; 0 - QVGA, 1 - VGA, 4 - QQVGA. Default: Arm - 4, other platforms - 0
;Resolution=1
; Frames per second (default is 30)
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; Max depth cutoff. 0-10000 mm (default is 10000)
;MaxDepthValue=10000
-; Input format. 0 - Uncompressed 16-bit, 1 - PS Compression, 3 - Packed 11-bit (default)
+; Input format. 0 - Uncompressed 16-bit, 1 - PS Compression, 3 - Packed 11-bit, 4 - Packed 12-bit. Default: Arm - 4, other platforms - 3
;InputFormat=1
; Registration. 0 - Off (default), 1 - On
@@ -96,6 +99,9 @@ LogWriteToFile=1
; Gain. 0-50 (0 - Auto, 1 - Min., 50 - Max.). Default value is set by firmware.
;Gain=0
+; Close Range Mode. 0 - Off (default), 1 - On
+;CloseRange=0
+
; GMC Mode. 0 - Off, 1 - On (default)
;GMCMode=0
@@ -133,7 +139,7 @@ LogWriteToFile=1
; Is stream mirrored. 0 - Off, 1 - On
;Mirror=1
-; 0 - QVGA (default), 1 - VGA, 2- SXGA (1.3MP) 3 - UXGA (2.0MP)
+; 0 - QVGA (default), 1 - VGA, 2 - SXGA (1.3MP), 3 - UXGA (2.0MP), 14 - 720p, 15 - 1280x960
;Resolution=1
; Frames per second (default is 30)
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0 Source/XnCommon/XnCommon.h → Include/XnCommon.h
File renamed without changes.
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17 Include/XnDevice.h
@@ -96,9 +96,22 @@ typedef enum XnStreamsChangeEventType
XN_DEVICE_STREAM_DELETED,
} XnStreamsChangeEventType;
-typedef void (XN_CALLBACK_TYPE* XnDeviceOnStreamsChangedEventHandler)(XnDeviceHandle pDeviceHandle, const XnChar* StreamName, XnStreamsChangeEventType EventType, void* pCookie);
+typedef struct XnStreamCollectionChangedEventArgs
+{
+ XnDeviceHandle deviceHandle;
+ const XnChar* strStreamName;
+ XnStreamsChangeEventType eventType;
+} XnStreamCollectionChangedEventArgs;
+
+typedef struct XnNewStreamDataEventArgs
+{
+ XnDeviceHandle deviceHandle;
+ const XnChar* strStreamName;
+} XnNewStreamDataEventArgs;
+
+typedef void (XN_CALLBACK_TYPE* XnDeviceOnStreamsChangedEventHandler)(const XnStreamCollectionChangedEventArgs& args, void* pCookie);
typedef void (XN_CALLBACK_TYPE* XnDeviceOnPropertyChangedEventHandler)(XnDeviceHandle pDeviceHandle, const XnChar* ModuleName, const XnChar* PropertyName, void* pCookie);
-typedef void (XN_CALLBACK_TYPE* XnDeviceOnNewStreamDataEventHandler)(XnDeviceHandle pDeviceHandle, const XnChar* StreamName, void* pCookie);
+typedef void (XN_CALLBACK_TYPE* XnDeviceOnNewStreamDataEventHandler)(const XnNewStreamDataEventArgs& args, void* pCookie);
//---------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Exported Functions Declaration. Every Device Must Implement Them All!
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12 Include/XnDeviceProto.inl
@@ -130,9 +130,9 @@ XN_DEVICE_INTERFACE_FUNCTION(DoesModuleExist,(const XnDeviceHandle DeviceHandle,
* @param DeviceHandle [in] The requested device handle.
* @param Handler [in] A pointer to the function that will handle the event.
* @param pCookie [in] User cookie that will be passed as an argument to the event handler.
-* @param phCallback [out] A handle for unregister.
+* @param hCallback [out] A handle for unregister.
*/
-XN_DEVICE_INTERFACE_FUNCTION(RegisterToStreamsChange,(const XnDeviceHandle DeviceHandle, XnDeviceOnStreamsChangedEventHandler Handler, void* pCookie, XnCallbackHandle* phCallback))
+XN_DEVICE_INTERFACE_FUNCTION(RegisterToStreamsChange,(const XnDeviceHandle DeviceHandle, XnDeviceOnStreamsChangedEventHandler Handler, void* pCookie, XnCallbackHandle& hCallback))
/**
* Unregisters from the event of streams change (stream created / destroyed)
@@ -165,9 +165,9 @@ XN_DEVICE_INTERFACE_FUNCTION(DestroyStreamData,(XnStreamData** ppStreamData))
* @param DeviceHandle [in] The requested device handle.
* @param Handler [in] A pointer to the function that will handle the event.
* @param pCookie [in] User cookie that will be passed as an argument to the event handler.
-* @param phCallback [out] A handle for unregister.
+* @param hCallback [out] A handle for unregister.
*/
-XN_DEVICE_INTERFACE_FUNCTION(RegisterToNewStreamData,(const XnDeviceHandle DeviceHandle, XnDeviceOnNewStreamDataEventHandler Handler, void* pCookie, XnCallbackHandle* phCallback))
+XN_DEVICE_INTERFACE_FUNCTION(RegisterToNewStreamData,(const XnDeviceHandle DeviceHandle, XnDeviceOnNewStreamDataEventHandler Handler, void* pCookie, XnCallbackHandle& hCallback))
/**
* Unregisters from the event of new data from a stream.
@@ -385,9 +385,9 @@ XN_DEVICE_INTERFACE_FUNCTION(GetAllProperties,(const XnDeviceHandle DeviceHandle
* @param PropertyName [in] Name of the property to register to.
* @param Handler [in] A pointer to the function that will handle the event.
* @param pCookie [in] User cookie that will be passed as an argument to the event handler.
-* @param phCallback [out] A handle for unregister.
+* @param hCallback [out] A handle for unregister.
*/
-XN_DEVICE_INTERFACE_FUNCTION(RegisterToPropertyChange,(const XnDeviceHandle DeviceHandle, const XnChar* Module, const XnChar* PropertyName, XnDeviceOnPropertyChangedEventHandler Handler, void* pCookie, XnCallbackHandle* phCallback))
+XN_DEVICE_INTERFACE_FUNCTION(RegisterToPropertyChange,(const XnDeviceHandle DeviceHandle, const XnChar* Module, const XnChar* PropertyName, XnDeviceOnPropertyChangedEventHandler Handler, void* pCookie, XnCallbackHandle& hCallback))
/**
* Unregisters an event handler from the Property Changed event.
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12 Include/XnEE/XnVDevice.h
@@ -294,9 +294,9 @@ class XN_EE_CORE_API XnVDevice : public XnVStreamContainer, private XnVStreamCol
XnStatus FindStreamOfType(const XnChar* strType, XnVStream& stream);
- XnStatus RegisterForPropertyChangedEvent(const XnChar* strModule, const XnChar* strProperty, XnVModulePropertyChangedHandler* pHandler, XnCallbackHandle* phCallback);
- XnStatus RegisterForNewDataFromStreamEvent(XnVNewDataFromStreamHandler* pHandler, XnCallbackHandle* phCallback);
- XnStatus RegisterForStreamCollectionChangedEvent(XnVStreamCollectionChangedHandler* pHandler, XnCallbackHandle* phCallback);
+ XnStatus RegisterForPropertyChangedEvent(const XnChar* strModule, const XnChar* strProperty, XnVModulePropertyChangedHandler* pHandler, XnCallbackHandle& hCallback);
+ XnStatus RegisterForNewDataFromStreamEvent(XnVNewDataFromStreamHandler* pHandler, XnCallbackHandle& hCallback);
+ XnStatus RegisterForStreamCollectionChangedEvent(XnVStreamCollectionChangedHandler* pHandler, XnCallbackHandle& hCallback);
XnStatus UnregisterFromPropertyChangedEvent(const XnChar* strModule, const XnChar* strProperty, XnCallbackHandle hCallback);
XnStatus UnregisterFromNewDataFromStreamEvent(XnCallbackHandle hCallback);
@@ -456,9 +456,9 @@ class XN_EE_CORE_API XnVDevice : public XnVStreamContainer, private XnVStreamCol
static XnBool IsXnVDeviceStreamProp(const XnChar* strProperty);
- static void XN_CALLBACK_TYPE OnStreamsChangedCallback(XnDeviceHandle pDeviceHandle, const XnChar* StreamName, XnStreamsChangeEventType EventType, void* pCookie);
+ static void XN_CALLBACK_TYPE OnStreamsChangedCallback(const XnStreamCollectionChangedEventArgs& args, void* pCookie);
static void XN_CALLBACK_TYPE OnPropertyChangedCallback(XnDeviceHandle pDeviceHandle, const XnChar* ModuleName, const XnChar* PropertyName, void* pCookie);
- static void XN_CALLBACK_TYPE OnNewStreamDataCallback(XnDeviceHandle pDeviceHandle, const XnChar* StreamName, void* pCookie);
+ static void XN_CALLBACK_TYPE OnNewStreamDataCallback(const XnNewStreamDataEventArgs& args, void* pCookie);
static XnStatus XN_CALLBACK_TYPE OnXnVDevicePropertyChanged(const XnProperty* pSender, void* pCookie);
XnDeviceHandle m_DeviceHandle;
@@ -686,7 +686,7 @@ class XN_EE_CORE_API XnVDevice : public XnVStreamContainer, private XnVStreamCol
XN_3_6_API XnStatus InitS2DTables36() const;
XN_3_6_API XnStatus GetProperty36(const XnChar* strModule, const XnChar* strProperty, XnDouble& fValue) const;
static void XN_CALLBACK_TYPE OnS2DTableChanged36(XnDeviceHandle pDeviceHandle, const XnChar* ModuleName, const XnChar* PropertyName, void* pCookie);
- static void XN_CALLBACK_TYPE OnNewStreamDataCallback36(XnDeviceHandle pDeviceHandle, const XnChar* StreamName, void* pCookie);
+ static void XN_CALLBACK_TYPE OnNewStreamDataCallback36(const XnNewStreamDataEventArgs& args, void* pCookie);
};
#pragma warning (pop)
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2 Include/XnEE/XnVModule.h
@@ -97,7 +97,7 @@ class XN_EE_CORE_API XnVModule
XnStatus SetProperty(const XnChar* strProperty, const XnChar* strValue);
XnStatus SetProperty(const XnChar* strProperty, const XnGeneralBuffer& gbValue);
- XnStatus RegisterForPropertyChangedEvent(const XnChar* strProperty, XnVModulePropertyChangedHandler* pHandler, XnCallbackHandle* phCallback);
+ XnStatus RegisterForPropertyChangedEvent(const XnChar* strProperty, XnVModulePropertyChangedHandler* pHandler, XnCallbackHandle& hCallback);
XnStatus UnregisterFromPropertyChangedEvent(const XnChar* strProperty, XnCallbackHandle hCallback);
XN_3_6_API XnStatus GetProperty(const XnChar* strProperty, XnUInt8& nValue) const;
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4 Include/XnEE/XnVStreamContainer.h
@@ -60,8 +60,8 @@ class XN_EE_CORE_API XnVStreamContainer
virtual XnStatus SetProperty(const XnChar* strModule, const XnChar* strProperty, const XnChar* csValue) = 0;
virtual XnStatus SetProperty(const XnChar* strModule, const XnChar* strProperty, const XnGeneralBuffer& gbValue) = 0;
- virtual XnStatus RegisterForPropertyChangedEvent(const XnChar* strModule, const XnChar* strProperty, XnVModulePropertyChangedHandler* pHandler, XnCallbackHandle* phCallback) = 0;
- virtual XnStatus RegisterForStreamCollectionChangedEvent(XnVStreamCollectionChangedHandler* pHandler, XnCallbackHandle* phCallback) = 0;
+ virtual XnStatus RegisterForPropertyChangedEvent(const XnChar* strModule, const XnChar* strProperty, XnVModulePropertyChangedHandler* pHandler, XnCallbackHandle& hCallback) = 0;
+ virtual XnStatus RegisterForStreamCollectionChangedEvent(XnVStreamCollectionChangedHandler* pHandler, XnCallbackHandle& hCallback) = 0;
virtual XnStatus UnregisterFromPropertyChangedEvent(const XnChar* strModule, const XnChar* strProperty, XnCallbackHandle hCallback) = 0;
virtual XnStatus UnregisterFromStreamCollectionChangedEvent(XnCallbackHandle hCallback) = 0;
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4 Include/XnEE/XnVStreamData.h
@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@
//---------------------------------------------------------------------------
#include "XnVEventHandlers.h"
#include "XnVStream.h"
-#include <XnList.h>
+#include <XnListT.h>
//---------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Types
@@ -82,7 +82,7 @@ class XN_EE_CORE_API XnVStreamData : private XnVModulePropertyChangedHandler
XnCallbackHandle hCallback;
} XnWatchedProperty;
- XN_DECLARE_LIST_DECL(XN_EE_CORE_API, XnWatchedProperty, XnWatchedPropertiesList)
+ typedef XnListT<XnWatchedProperty> XnWatchedPropertiesList;
XnBool m_bIsLive;
XnBool m_bWaitForDataUpdate;
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4 Include/XnPsVersion.h
@@ -35,9 +35,9 @@
/** Xiron minor version. */
#define XN_PS_MINOR_VERSION 1
/** Xiron maintenance version. */
-#define XN_PS_MAINTENANCE_VERSION 0
+#define XN_PS_MAINTENANCE_VERSION 2
/** Xiron build version. */
-#define XN_PS_BUILD_VERSION 25
+#define XN_PS_BUILD_VERSION 1
/** Xiron version (in brief string format): "Major.Minor.Maintenance (Build)" */
#define XN_PS_BRIEF_VERSION_STRING \
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59 Include/XnStreamParams.h
@@ -117,6 +117,8 @@
#define XN_STREAM_PROPERTY_INPUT_FORMAT "InputFormat"
/** XnDynamicSizeBuffer */
#define XN_STREAM_PROPERTY_LAST_RAW_FRAME "LastRawFrame"
+/** XnGeneralBuffer array */
+#define XN_STREAM_PROPERTY_EXTERNAL_BUFFER_POOL "ExternalBufferPool"
//---------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Pixel-Based Stream Properties (Depth, Image, IR)
@@ -186,6 +188,10 @@
#define XN_STREAM_PROPERTY_DCMOS_RCMOS_DISTANCE "DCRCDIS"
/** Boolean */
#define XN_STREAM_PROPERTY_GMC_MODE "GmcMode"
+/** Boolean */
+#define XN_STREAM_PROPERTY_CLOSE_RANGE "CloseRange"
+/** XnUInt16* (general) */
+#define XN_STREAM_PROPERTY_SHIFTS_MAP "ShiftsMap"
//---------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Shifts Properties (up to v3.6)
@@ -300,6 +306,8 @@
#define XN_MODULE_PROPERTY_READ_ENDPOINT_3 "ReadEndpoint3"
/** Boolean */
#define XN_MODULE_PROPERTY_RESET_SENSOR_ON_STARTUP "ResetSensorOnStartup"
+/** Boolean */
+#define XN_MODULE_PROPERTY_LEAN_INIT "LeanInit"
/** String */
#define XN_MODULE_PROPERTY_ID "ID"
/** String */
@@ -333,11 +341,15 @@
/** Boolean */
#define XN_MODULE_PROPERTY_HIGH_RES_TIMESTAMPS "HighResTimestamps"
/** Boolean */
+#define XN_MODULE_PROPERTY_HOST_TIMESTAMPS "HostTimestamps"
+/** Boolean */
#define XN_MODULE_PROPERTY_CLOSE_STREAMS_ON_SHUTDOWN "CloseStreamsOnShutdown"
/** Integer */
#define XN_MODULE_PROPERTY_SERVER_NO_CLIENTS_TIMEOUT "ServerNoClientsTimeout"
/** Integer */
#define XN_MODULE_PROPERTY_SERVER_START_NEW_LOG_FILE "ServerStartNewLogFile"
+/** String */
+#define XN_MODULE_PROPERTY_SERVER_LOG_FILE "ServerLogFile"
/** Integer */
#define XN_MODULE_PROPERTY_ERROR_STATE "ErrorState"
/** Boolean */
@@ -348,8 +360,15 @@
#define XN_MODULE_PROPERTY_PHYSICAL_DEVICE_NAME "PhysicalDeviceName"
/** String */
#define XN_MODULE_PROPERTY_VENDOR_SPECIFIC_DATA "VendorSpecificData"
+/** String */
+#define XN_MODULE_PROPERTY_SENSOR_PLATFORM_STRING "SensorPlatformString"
/** Boolean */
#define XN_MODULE_PROPERTY_AUDIO_SUPPORTED "AudioSupported"
+/** Boolean */
+#define XN_MODULE_PROPERTY_IMAGE_SUPPORTED "ImageSupported"
+#define XN_MODULE_PROPERTY_IMAGE_CONTROL "ImageControl"
+#define XN_MODULE_PROPERTY_DEPTH_CONTROL "DepthControl"
+#define XN_MODULE_PROPERTY_AHB "AHB"
//---------------------------------------------------------------------------
@@ -371,6 +390,7 @@
#define XN_UXGA_X_RES 1600
#define XN_UXGA_Y_RES 1200
+#define XN_IO_MAX_I2C_BUFFER_SIZE 10
//---------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Enums - values of various properties
@@ -411,6 +431,7 @@ typedef enum
XN_SENSOR_FW_VER_5_4 = 10,
XN_SENSOR_FW_VER_5_5 = 11,
XN_SENSOR_FW_VER_5_6 = 12,
+ XN_SENSOR_FW_VER_5_7 = 13,
} XnFWVer;
typedef enum
@@ -433,13 +454,16 @@ typedef enum {
XN_SENSOR_HW_VER_FPDB_10 = 1,
XN_SENSOR_HW_VER_CDB_10 = 2,
XN_SENSOR_HW_VER_RD_3 = 3,
- XN_SENSOR_HW_VER_RD_5 = 4
+ XN_SENSOR_HW_VER_RD_5 = 4,
+ XN_SENSOR_HW_VER_RD1081 = 5,
+ XN_SENSOR_HW_VER_RD1082 = 6
} XnHWVer;
typedef enum {
XN_SENSOR_CHIP_VER_UNKNOWN = 0,
XN_SENSOR_CHIP_VER_PS1000 = 1,
- XN_SENSOR_CHIP_VER_PS1080 = 2
+ XN_SENSOR_CHIP_VER_PS1080 = 2,
+ XN_SENSOR_CHIP_VER_PS1080A6 = 3
} XnChipVer;
typedef enum
@@ -578,6 +602,37 @@ typedef struct XnCmosPreset
XnUInt16 nFPS;
} XnCmosPreset;
+typedef struct XnI2CWriteData
+{
+ XnUInt16 nBus;
+ XnUInt16 nSlaveAddress;
+ XnUInt16 cpWriteBuffer[XN_IO_MAX_I2C_BUFFER_SIZE];
+ XnUInt16 nWriteSize;
+} XnI2CWriteData;
+
+typedef struct XnI2CReadData
+{
+ XnUInt16 nBus;
+ XnUInt16 nSlaveAddress;
+ XnUInt16 cpReadBuffer[XN_IO_MAX_I2C_BUFFER_SIZE];
+ XnUInt16 cpWriteBuffer[XN_IO_MAX_I2C_BUFFER_SIZE];
+ XnUInt16 nReadSize;
+ XnUInt16 nWriteSize;
+} XnI2CReadData;
+
+typedef struct XnControlProcessingData
+{
+ XnUInt16 nRegister;
+ XnUInt16 nValue;
+} XnControlProcessingData;
+
+typedef struct
+{
+ XnUInt32 nRegister;
+ XnUInt32 nValue;
+ XnUInt32 nMask;
+} XnAHBData;
+
#pragma pack (pop)
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@@ -1,165 +1,165 @@
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