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* ikbd.h - Intelligent keyboard routines
* Copyright (C) 2001-2019 The EmuTOS development team
* Authors:
* LVL Laurent Vogel
* This file is distributed under the GPL, version 2 or at your
* option any later version. See doc/license.txt for details.
#ifndef IKBD_H
#define IKBD_H
#include "biosdefs.h"
* These bit flags are set in the "shifty" byte based on the state
* of control keys on the keyboard, like:
* right shift, left shift, control, alt, ...
* Public flags are defined in include/biosdefs.h and returned by Kbshift().
* Private BIOS combinations are defined below.
#define MODE_SHIFT (MODE_RSHIFT|MODE_LSHIFT) /* shifted */
extern UBYTE shifty;
* dead key support: i.e. hitting ^ then a yields â.
* char codes DEADMIN to DEADMAX inclusive are reserved for dead keys.
* table keytbl->dead[i - DEADMIN], DEADMIN <= i <= DEADMAX, gives the
* list of couples of (before, after) char codes ended by zero.
/* We use range 1 to 7, as it is best to keep 0 for unallocated keys?
* and 8 is taken by backspace.
#define DEADMIN 1
#define DEADMAX 7
#define DEAD(i) (i + DEADMIN)
* bit flags in 'features' in struct keytbl:
* DUAL_KEYBOARD indicates that:
* a) the "altXXXX" pointers point to arrays of full scancode->ascii
* mappings
* b) HOTSWITCH_MODE in shifty will toggle between the "XXXX" and
* "altXXXX" arrays for scancode decoding
#define DUAL_KEYBOARD 0x0001
struct keytbl {
* pointers to arrays with 128 entries each.
* entry[n] contains the ascii code for scancode n
const UBYTE *norm;
const UBYTE *shft;
const UBYTE *caps;
* the following arrays are of two types, depending on the setting
* of the DUAL_KEYBOARD bit in 'features':
* 1) DUAL_KEYBOARD is not set (backwards compatibility)
* arrays consist of (scan code, char code) pairs, terminated by
* a zero byte. see the French keyboard table as an example.
* 2) DUAL_KEYBOARD is set (new, for Greek/Russian language support)
* arrays contain 128 entries, just like the arrays above
const UBYTE *altnorm;
const UBYTE *altshft;
const UBYTE *altcaps;
* pointer to a variable-length array of 1-7 entries, for dead key support.
* each entry is a pointer to a dead key translation table, consisting
* of (scan code, char code) pairs, terminated by a zero byte. see
* the French keyboard table for a good example.
const UBYTE * const *dead;
/* features supported for this keyboard (see above for #defines) */
WORD features;
/* Baud rate used by Atari keyboards */
#define IKBD_BAUD 7812
* Date/Time to use when the hardware clock is not set.
* We use the OS creation date at 00:00:00
#define DEFAULT_DATETIME MAKE_ULONG(os_header.os_dosdate, 0)
/* initialise the ikbd */
void kbd_init(void);
/* called by ikbdvec to handle key events */
void kbd_int(UBYTE scancode);
/* called by timer C int to handle key repeat */
void kb_timerc_int(void);
/* some bios functions */
LONG bconstat2(void);
LONG bconin2(void);
LONG bcostat4(void);
LONG bconout4(WORD dev, WORD c);
LONG kbshift(WORD flag);
/* some xbios functions */
LONG keytbl(const UBYTE* norm, const UBYTE* shft, const UBYTE* caps);
WORD kbrate(WORD initial, WORD repeat);
void bioskeys(void);
void ikbdws(WORD cnt, const UBYTE *ptr);
void ikbd_writeb(UBYTE b);
void ikbd_writew(WORD w);
void push_ascii_ikbdiorec(UBYTE ascii);
/* the following is in aciavecs.S */
void call_mousevec(UBYTE *packet);
void call_joyvec(UBYTE *packet);
void call_ikbdraw(UBYTE b);
#endif /* IKBD_H */
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