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/*
Arcan Shared Memory Interface, Event Namespace
Copyright (c) 2014-2016, Bjorn Stahl
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#ifndef _HAVE_ARCAN_SHMIF_EVENT
#define _HAVE_ARCAN_SHMIF_EVENT
/*
* The types and structures used herein are "transitional" in the sense that
* during the later optimization / harderning, we'll likely refactor to use
* more compat message sizes in order to consume fewer cache-lines, and split
* larger messages over a protobuf+socket.
*
* The event structure is rather messy as it is the result of quite a number of
* years of evolutionary "adding more and more fields" as the engine developed.
* The size of some fields are rather arbitrary, and has been picked to cover
* the largest (networking discovery messages) matching % 32 == 0 with padding.
*/
enum ARCAN_EVENT_CATEGORY {
EVENT_SYSTEM = 1,
EVENT_IO = 2,
EVENT_VIDEO = 4,
EVENT_AUDIO = 8,
EVENT_TARGET = 16,
EVENT_FSRV = 32,
EVENT_EXTERNAL = 64,
EVENT_NET = 128,
/* This is found in every enum that is explicitly used as that enum
* as member-of-struct (which debuggers etc. need) rather than the explicit
* sized member. The effect is that the standard restricts size to a numeric
* type that fits (but not exceeds) an int, but the compiler is allowed to
* use a smaller one which is bad for IPC. */
EVENT_LIM = INT_MAX
};
/*
* Primarily hinting to the running appl, but can also dictate scheduling
* groups, priority in terms of resource exhaustion, sandboxing scheme and
* similar limitations (e.g. TITLEBAR / CURSOR should not update 1080p60Hz)
* While not currently enforced, it is likely that (with real-world use data),
* there will be a mask to queuetransfer+enqueue in ARCAN that will react
* based on SEGID type (statetransfer for TITLEBAR, no..).
*
* Special flags (all not enforced yet, will be after hardening phase) :
* [INPUT] data from server to client
* [LOCKSTEP] signalling may block indefinitely, appl- controlled
* [UNIQUE] only one per connection
* [DESCRIPTOR_PASSING] for target commands where ioev[0] may be populated
* with a descriptor. shmif_control retains ownership and may close after
* it has been consumed, so continued use need to be dup:ed.
*
* [PREROLL, ACTIVATION] -
* Preroll / activation is hidden by the shmif implementation and keeps a new
* connection (not recovery/reset) in an event blocking/ pending state
* until an activation event is received. This is to make sure that some events
* that define client rendering properties, like language, dimensions etc. is
* available from the start and is used to fill out the shmif_cont.
*/
enum ARCAN_SEGID {
/*
* New / unclassified segments have this type until the first
* _EXTERNAL_REGISTER event has been received. aud/vid signalling is ignored
* in this state.
*/
SEGID_UNKNOWN = 0,
/* LIGHTWEIGHT ARCAN (nested execution) */
SEGID_LWA = 1,
/* Server->Client exclusive --
* External Connection, 1:many */
SEGID_NETWORK_SERVER = 2,
/* Server->Client exclusive -- cannot be requested
* External Connection, 1:1 */
SEGID_NETWORK_CLIENT = 3,
/* External Connection, non-interactive data source. */
SEGID_MEDIA = 4,
/* Specifically used to indicate a terminal- emulator connection */
SEGID_TERMINAL = 5,
/* External client connection, A/V/latency sensitive */
SEGID_REMOTING = 6,
/* [INPUT] High-CPU, Low Latency, data exfiltration risk */
SEGID_ENCODER = 7,
/* High-frequency event input, little if any A/V use */
SEGID_SENSOR = 8,
/* High-interactivity, CPU load, A/V cost, latency requirements */
SEGID_GAME = 9,
/* Input reactive, user- sensitive data */
SEGID_APPLICATION = 10,
/* Networking, high-risk for malicious data, aggressive resource consumption */
SEGID_BROWSER = 11,
/* Virtual Machine, high-risk for malicious data,
* CPU load etc. guarantees support for state- management */
SEGID_VM = 12,
/* Head-Mounted display, buffer is split evenly left / right but updated
* synchronously */
SEGID_HMD_SBS = 13,
/* Head-Mounted display, should be mapped as LEFT view */
SEGID_HMD_L = 14,
/* Head-Mounted display, should be mapped as RIGHT view */
SEGID_HMD_R = 15,
/*
* [LOCKSTEP] Popup-window, use with viewport hints to specify
* parent-relative positioning. Labelhints on this message can be used
* to send a textual representation for server-side rendering or
* accessibility (text-to-speak friendly) data. Prefix message with:
* '-' to indicate a group separator.
* '*' prefix to indicate the presence of a sublevel
* '_' prefix to indicate inactive entry.
* '|' terminates / resets the message position.
* These can subsequently be activated as a DIGITAL input event with
* the subid matching the 0-based index of the item.
*/
SEGID_POPUP = 16,
/*
* [UNIQUE] Used for statusbar style visual alert / identification
*/
SEGID_ICON = 17,
/* [UNIQUE] Visual titlebar style for CSD, actual text contents is still
* server-side rendered and provided as message on this segment or through
* IDENT messages. Server-side rendering of global menus can also be
* enabled here by indicating labelhints (and then attaching popups when
* the label input arrives) */
SEGID_TITLEBAR = 18,
/* [UNIQUE] User- provided cursor, competes with CURSORHINT event. */
SEGID_CURSOR = 19,
/*
* [UNIQUE]
* Indicates that this segment is used to propagate accessibility related data;
* High-contrast, simplified text, screen-reader friendly. Messages on this
* segment should be text-to-speech friendly.
*
* A reject on such a segment request indicates that no accessibility options
* have been enabled and can thus be used as an initial probe.
*/
SEGID_ACCESSIBILITY = 20,
/*
* [UNIQUE] Clipboard style data transfers, for image, text or audio sharing.
* Can also have streaming transfers using the bchunk mechanism. Distinction
* between Drag'n'Drop and Clipboard state uses the CURSORHINT mechanism.
*/
SEGID_CLIPBOARD = 21,
/*
* [INPUT] Incoming clipboard data
*/
SEGID_CLIPBOARD_PASTE = 22,
/*
* [UNIQUE] Not expected to have subwindows, no advanced input, no clipboards
* but rather a semi-interactive data source that can be rendered and managed
* outside the normal window flow.
*/
SEGID_WIDGET = 23,
/*
* Used by the shmif_tui support library to indicate a monospaced text user
* interface, with known behavior for cut/paste (drag/drop), state transfers,
* resize response, font switching, ...
*/
SEGID_TUI = 24,
/*
* Used in order to indicate system service integration, exposed as a control
* panel, tray or desktop style icon that expose abstract/simplified information
* and a control interface to the respective service.
*/
SEGID_SERVICE = 25,
/*
* Used to indicate a protocol bridge and root windows
* (where applicable and no other segtype or subsegtype- can be spawned).
*/
SEGID_BRIDGE_X11 = 26,
/*
* The current semantics for wayland (subject to change):
* note that all subsegment allocations are made relative to the primary
* wayland subsegment and not as hierarchical subreq on a subseg.
* [ primary segment: SEGID_BRIDGE_WAYLAND ] ->
* subsegment: APPLICATION (message to indicate shell)
* subsegment: MEDIA (act as a subsurface)
* subsegment: POPUP (VIEWPORT hint to show relationships)
* subsegment: CURSOR (bound to a "seat", we always have 1:1)
* subsegment: CLIPBOARD (container for DnD, ...)
* subsegment: ICON (can reparent to application or clipboard for DnD)
* subsegment: SEGID_BRIDGE_X11 (Xwayland surfaces)
*/
SEGID_BRIDGE_WAYLAND = 27,
/*
* Used as a forwarding primitive, meaning that the current connection will act
* as a mediator / router for a new connection, so the subsegment will not be a
* proper subsegment but internally promoted to a primary one. The management
* scripts should suspend the source segment if this is accepted, and keep it
* suspended until the new segment terminates. Other behavior should simply
* create a normal connection point and forward connection data there.
*/
SEGID_HANDOVER = 28,
/* Can always be terminated without risk, may be stored as part of debug format
* in terms of unexpected termination etc. */
SEGID_DEBUG = 255,
SEGID_LIM = INT_MAX
};
/*
* These are commands that map from parent to child.
* If any ioevs[0..n].iv/fv are used, it is specified in the comments
*/
enum ARCAN_TARGET_COMMAND {
/* shutdown sequence:
* 0. dms is released,
* 1. _EXIT enqueued,
* 2. semaphores explicitly unlocked
* 3. parent spawns a monitor thread, kills unless exited after
* a set amount of time (for authoritative connections).
*/
TARGET_COMMAND_EXIT = 1,
/*
* Hints regarding how the underlying client should treat
* rendering and video synchronization.
* ioevs[0].iv maps to TARGET_SKIP_*
*/
TARGET_COMMAND_FRAMESKIP,
/*
* in case of TARGET_SKIP_STEP, this can be used to specify
* a relative amount of frames to process or rollback
* ioevs[0].iv represents the number of frames,
* ioevs[1].iv can contain an ID (see CLOCKREQ)
* ioevs[2].uiv (on CLOCKREQ) 0 or seconds (NTP- jan 1900 64-bit format)
* ioevs[3].uiv (on CLOCKREQ) fractional second ( - " - ) in GEOHINT- tz
*/
TARGET_COMMAND_STEPFRAME,
/*
* Set a specific key-value pair. These have been registered
* in beforehand through EVENT_EXTERNAL_COREOPT.
* Uses coreopt substructure.
*/
TARGET_COMMAND_COREOPT,
/*
* [DESCRIPTOR_PASSING]
* Comes with a single descriptor in ioevs[0].iv that should be dup()ed before
* next shmif_ call or used immediately for (user-defined) binary
* store/restore. The conversion between socket- transfered descriptor and
* ioev[0] is handled internally in shmif_control.c
*/
TARGET_COMMAND_STORE,
TARGET_COMMAND_RESTORE,
/*
* [DESCRIPTOR_PASSING]
* Similar to store/store, but used to indicate that the data source and binary
* protocol carried within is implementation- defined. It is used for advanced
* cut/paste or transfer operations, possibly with zero-copy mechanisms like
* memfd.
* ioevs[0].iv will carry the file descriptor
* ioevs[1].iv, lower-32 bits of the expected size (if possible)
* ioevs[2].iv, upper-32 bits of the expected size
* message field will carry extension or other type identifier string.
*/
TARGET_COMMAND_BCHUNK_IN,
TARGET_COMMAND_BCHUNK_OUT,
/*
* User requested that the frameserver should revert to a safe initial state.
* This is also an indication that the current application state is undesired.
* ioevs[0].iv == 0, normal / "soft" (impl. defined) reset
* ioevs[0].iv == 1, hard reset (as close to initial state as possible)
* ioevs[0].iv == 2, recovery- reset, parent has lost tracking states
* ioevs[0].iv == 3, recovery- reconnect, connection was broken but has been
* re-established. This will still cause reset subsegments to terminate.
* In this state, a lot of the internals of the shmif- context
* has been modified. Most importantly, the epipe is no-longer
* the same. The old file-descriptor number (already closed at) this stage is
* returned in ioevs[1].iv in order to allow updates to polling structures.
*/
TARGET_COMMAND_RESET,
/*
* Suspend operations, _EXIT, _PAUSE, _UNPAUSE, _DISPLAYHINT, _FONTHINT should
* be valid events in this state. If state management is left to the backend
* shmif implementation, the latest DISPLAYHINT, FONTHINT will be queued and
* appear on UNPAUSE. Indicates that the server does not want the client to
* consume any system- resources. Will be sent at user request or as part of
* power-save.
*/
TARGET_COMMAND_PAUSE,
TARGET_COMMAND_UNPAUSE,
/*
* For connections that have a fine-grained perception of time, both absolute
* and relative in terms of some internal timebase, request a seek to a
* specific point in time (or as close as possible).
* ioevs[0].iv != 1 indicates relative,
* ioevs[1].fv = contains the actual timeslot.
*/
TARGET_COMMAND_SEEKTIME,
/*
* ioev[0].iv : 0 = seek_relative, 1 = seek_absolute
* if (seek_relative)
* ioevs[1].iv = y-axis: step 'n' logic steps (impl. defined size)
* ioevs[2].iv = x-axis: step 'n' logic steps (impl. defined size)
* if (seek_absolute)
* ioevs[1].fv = y-axis: set content position (ignore < 0 <= n <= 1)
* ioevs[2].fv = x-axis: set content position (ignore < 0 <= n <= 1)
*/
TARGET_COMMAND_SEEKCONTENT,
/* [PREROLL/UNIQUE/AGGREGATE]
* This event hints towards current display properties or desired display
* properties.
*
* Changes in width / height from the current segment size is
* a hint to call shmif_resize if the client can handle drawing in different
* resolutions without unecessary scaling UNLESS the specified dimensions
* are 0, 0 (indication that only hintflags are to be changed). These will
* all be aggregated to the last displahint in queue.
*
* Changes to the hintflag indicate more abstract states: e.g.
* more displayhint events to come shortly, segment not being used or shown,
* etc.
*
* Changes to the RGB layout or the density are hints to improve rendering
* quality in regard to a physical display (having things displayed at a
* known physical size and layout)
*
* ioevs[0].iv = width,
* ioevs[1].iv = height,
* ioevs[2].iv = bitmask hintflags: 0: normal, 1: drag resize,
* 2: invisible, 4: unfocused, 8: maximized, 16: fullscreen
* ioevs[3].iv = RGB layout (0 RGB, 1 BGR, 2 VRGB, 3 VBGR)
* ioevs[4].fv = ppcm (pixels per centimeter, square assumed), < 0 ignored.
* ioevs[5].iv = cell_width (rpack- feedback)
* ioevs[6].iv = cell_height (rpack- feedback)
*
* There are subtle side-effects from the UNIQUE/AGGREGATE approach,
* some other events may be relative to current display dimensions (typically
* analog input). In the cases where there is a queue like:
* (DH : displayhint, AIO : analog IOev.)
* DH, AIO, AIO, AIO, DH this will be 'optimized' into
* AIO, AIO, AIO, DH possibly changing the effect of the AIO. If this corner
* case is an actual risk, it should be taken into consideration by the ARCAN-
* APPL side.
*/
TARGET_COMMAND_DISPLAYHINT,
/* Hint input/device mapping (device-type, input-port),
* primarily used for gaming / legacy applications.
* ioevs[0].iv = device_type,
* ioevs[1].iv = input_port
*/
TARGET_COMMAND_SETIODEV,
/*
* [UNIQUE]
* Request substream switch.
* ioev[0].iv - Streamid, should match previously provided STREAMINFO data
* (or be ignored!)
*/
TARGET_COMMAND_STREAMSET,
/*
* Used when audio playback is controlled by the frameserver, e.g. clients that
* do not use the shmif to playback audio for quality- or latency- reasons.
* This is sent transparently when a script changes the gain for an audio
* source.
* ioevs[0].fv = gain_value
*/
TARGET_COMMAND_ATTENUATE,
/*
* This indicates that A/V synch is not quite right and the client, if
* possible, should try to adjust internal buffering.
* ioevs[0].iv = relative audio-skew (ms)
* ioevs[1].iv = relative video-skew (ms)
*/
TARGET_COMMAND_AUDDELAY,
/*
* Signals that a new subsegment has arrived, either as the reply to a previous
* user request, or as an explicit feature announce when there is no matching
* request cookie.
*
* ioev[0].iv carries the file descriptor used to build the new segment
* connection. This can safely be ignored as the cleanup or handover is
* managed by the next event command or by the acquire call.
*
* ioev[1].iv is set to !0 if the segment is used to receive rather than send
* data.
*
* ioev[2].iv carries the current segment type, which should pair the request
* (or if the request is unknown, hint what it should be used for).
*
* ioev[3].iv carries the client- provided request cookie -- or as an explicit
* request from the parent that a new window of a certain type should be
* created (used for image- transfers, debug windows, ...)
*
* ioev[4].uiv carries the segment token for the new segment, this is used
* for a handover situation where the parent process wants to reference the
* new window without knowing it
*
* ioev[5].iv is set to !0 if a default handler of the segment should be run
* instead of any client handled option
*
* To access this segment, call arcan_shmif_acquire with a NULL key. This can
* only be called once for each NEWSEGMENT event and the user accepts
* responsibility for the segment. Future calls to _poll or _wait with a
* pending NEWSEGMENT without accept will drop the segment negotiation.
*/
TARGET_COMMAND_NEWSEGMENT,
/*
* The running application in the server explicitly prohibited the client from
* getting access to new segments due to UX restrictions or resource
* limitations.
* ioev[0].iv = cookie (submitted in request)
*/
TARGET_COMMAND_REQFAIL,
/*
* There is a whole slew of reasons why a buffer handled provided could not be
* used. This event is returned when such a case has been detected in order to
* try and provide a graceful fallback to regular shm- copying.
*/
TARGET_COMMAND_BUFFER_FAIL,
/*
* [PREROLL/DESCRIPTOR_PASSING]
* Provide a handle to a specific device node, the [1].iv determines type and
* intended use.
* ioev[0].iv = handle (or BADFD)
* ioev[1].iv =
* 1: device hardware descriptor, if provided (-1 means 2..5)
* 2: switch local connection:
* message field will contain new _CONNPATH otherwise
* connection primitive will be passed as handle.
* 3: [DEPRECATED]
* 4: hint alternative connection, will not be forwarded but
* tracked internally to use as a different connection path
* on parent failure. Uses message field.
* 5: reply to a request for privileged device access,
* this is special magic used for bridging DRI2 and will
* weaken security.
*
* Note: for the [1].iv == 2, 4 cases, the remote address (keyid:host:port) may
* be longer than the permitted message length. In such cases, the code field
* of the target event structure is used to indicate continuation (=1).
*
* [for [1].iv == 1]
* ioev[2].iv = 0: indirect-, output handles for buffer passing will be used
* for internal processing and do not need scanout capable
* memory
* 1: direct, output handles should be of a type that can be used
* as display scanout type (e.g. GBM_BO_USE_SCANOUT),
* 2; disabled, hardware acceleration is entirely lost
*
* ioev[3].iv = 0: device type is render-node-GBM
* 1: device type is render-node-Streams
* 2: device type is usb descriptor
* 4: (capability bit) render node can be used for scanout (lease)
*
* [for [1].iv == 2..4]
* 128-bit guid is packed in [2..5] as 64bit little-endian,
* (low-32, high-32), (low-32, high-32)
*
* [for [1].iv == 5]
* ioev[2].iv = 0: (unsigned) corresponds to a drm authentication token
*/
TARGET_COMMAND_DEVICE_NODE,
/*
* Graph- mode is a special case thing for switching between active
* representation for a specific segment. It is a reserved implementation
* defined command used for special segment types, typically TUI. See the
* definition for target_graphmode.lua and the corresponding tuisym.h for more
* details.
*
* ioev[0].iv = mode,
* ioev[1].fv .. ioev[4].fv = user defined, mode related values
*/
TARGET_COMMAND_GRAPHMODE,
/*
* Primarily used on clipboards ("pasteboards") that are sent as recordtargets,
* and comes with a possibly multipart UTF-8 encoded message at a fixed limit
* per message. Each individual message MUST be valid UTF-8 even in multipart.
* ioev[0].iv = !0, multipart continued
* ioev.message = utf-8 valid byte sequence
*/
TARGET_COMMAND_MESSAGE,
/*
* [PREROLL/DESCRIPTOR_PASSING]
* A hint in regards to how text rendering should be managed in relation to
* the display regarding filtering, font, and sizing decision.
* ioev[0].iv = BADFD or descriptor of font to use
* ioev[1].iv = (internal, signifies a font presence)
* ioev[2].fv = desired normal font size in mm, <= 0, unchanged from current
* ioev[3].iv = hinting: 0, off. 1, monochromatic, 2. light, 3. medium,
* -1 (unchanged), 0: off, 1..16 (implementation defined, recommendation
* is to range from light to strong). DISPLAYHINT should also be considered
* when configuring font rendering.
* ioev[4].iv = group:
* <= 0 : ignore.
* 1 : continuation, append as a chain to the last fonthint.
* (other values are reserved)
*/
TARGET_COMMAND_FONTHINT,
/*
* [PREROLL]
* A hint to active positioning and localization settings
* ioev[0].fv = GPS(lat)
* ioev[1].fv = GPS(long)
* ioev[2].fv = GPS(elev)
* ioev[3].cv = ISO-3166-1 Alpha 3 code for country + \'0'
* ioev[4].cv = ISO-639-2, Alpha 3 code for language (spoken) + \'0'
* ioev[5].cv = ISO-639-2, Alpha 3 code for language (written) + \'0'
* ioev[6].iv = timezone
*/
TARGET_COMMAND_GEOHINT,
/*
* [PREROLL]
* geometrical constraints, while-as DISPLAYHINT events convey how the
* target will be presented, the OUTPUT hints provide an estimate of the
* capabilities. Shmif will track these properties internally and use
* it to limit _resize commands (but server does not assume that the client
* is cooperating).
*
* ioev[0].iv = max_width,
* ioev[1].iv = max_height,
* ioev[2].iv = rate (Hz, 0 for dynamic)
* ieov[3].iv = min_width,
* ioev[4].iv = min_height,
* ioev[5].iv = output_id
*/
TARGET_COMMAND_OUTPUTHINT,
/*
* [ACTIVATION/INTERNAL]
* Used to indicate the end of the preroll state. _open (and only _open) is
* blocking until this command has been received. It is used to populate the
* shmif_cont with strong UI dominant properties, like density, font, ...
*
* It is also used as part of a transition to an extended context request,
* i.e. shmifext_open(...) where device access is privileged. This is needed
* for some platforms when we can't operate from a lesser-privileged device
* access ('render-node').
*
* ioev[0].iv = lower 32-bit of user access token
* ioev[1].iv = higher 32-bit of user access token
* This token can be used to re-authenticate in the event of a server crash
*/
TARGET_COMMAND_ACTIVATE,
TARGET_COMMAND_LIMIT = INT_MAX
};
/*
* These events map from a connected client to an arcan server, the namespacing
* is transitional and it is recommended that the indirection macro,
* ARCAN_EVENT(X) is used. Those marked UNIQUE _may_ lead to the queue window
* being scanned for newer events of the same time, discarding previous ones.
*/
#define _INT_SHMIF_TMERGE(X, Y) X ## Y
#define _INT_SHMIF_TEVAL(X, Y) _INT_SHMIF_TMERGE(X, Y)
#define ARCAN_EVENT(X)_INT_SHMIF_TEVAL(EVENT_EXTERNAL_, X)
enum ARCAN_EVENT_EXTERNAL {
/*
* Custom string message, used as some user- directed hint, or in the case
* of a clipboard segid, UTF-8 sequence to inject.
* Uses the message field.
*/
EVENT_EXTERNAL_MESSAGE = 0,
/*
* Specify that there is a possible key=value argument that could be set.
* uses the message field to encode key and value pair.
*/
EVENT_EXTERNAL_COREOPT = 1,
/*
* [UNIQUE]
* Dynamic data source identification string, similar to message but is
* expected to come when something has changed radically, (streaming external
* video sources redirecting to new url for instance).
* uses the message field.
*/
EVENT_EXTERNAL_IDENT = 2,
/*
* Hint that the previous I/O operation failed (for FDTRANSFER related
* operations).
*/
EVENT_EXTERNAL_FAILURE = 3,
/*
* Similar to FDTRANSFER in that the server is expected to take responsibility
* for a descriptor on the pipe that should be used for rendering instead of
* the .vidp buffer. This is for accelerated transfers when using an AGP
* platform and GPU setup that supports such sharing. Note that this is a
* rather young interface with possible security complications. Block this
* operation in sensitive contexts.
*
* This is managed by arcan_shmif_control.
*/
EVENT_EXTERNAL_BUFFERSTREAM = 4,
/* [UNIQUE]
* Contains additional timing information about a delivered videoframe.
* Uses framestatus substructure.
*/
EVENT_EXTERNAL_FRAMESTATUS = 5,
/*
* Decode playback discovered additional substreams that can be selected or
* switched between. Uses the streaminf substructure.
*/
EVENT_EXTERNAL_STREAMINFO = 6,
/*
* [UNIQUE]
* Playback information regarding completion, current time, estimated length
* etc. Uses the streamstat substructure.
*/
EVENT_EXTERNAL_STREAMSTATUS = 7,
/*
* [UNIQUE]
* hint that serialization operations (STORE / RESTORE) are possible and how
* much buffer data / which transfer limits that apply.
* Uses the stateinf substructure.
*/
EVENT_EXTERNAL_STATESIZE = 8,
/*
* [UNIQUE]
* hint that any pending buffers on the audio device should be discarded.
* used primarily for A/V synchronization.
*/
EVENT_EXTERNAL_FLUSHAUD = 9,
/*
* Request an additional shm-if connection to be allocated, only one segment is
* guaranteed per process. Tag with an ID for the parent to be able to accept-
* or reject properly. Uses the segreq- substructure.
*/
EVENT_EXTERNAL_SEGREQ = 10,
/*
* [UNIQUE]
* Hint which cursor representation to use; This complements the CURSOR
* subsegment type (for entirely custom drawn cursors). If a CURSOR subsegment
* exist, CURSORHINTs should be routed through that, otherwise it is valid to
* switch cursors on any segment.
*
* For legacy reasons, this uses the message field though the cursor name is
* implementation defined. Suggested labels are:
*
* [wait, select-inv, select, up, down, left-right, up-down, drag-up-down,
* drag-up, drag-down, drag-left, drag-right, drag-left-right, rotate-cw,
* rotate-ccw, normal-tag, diag-ur, diag-ll, drag-diag, datafield, move,
* typefield, forbidden, help, hand, vertical-datafield, drag-drop,
* drag-reject]
*
* The reserved/special names are:
* 'default' : revert to CURSOR subsegment contents or system default
* 'tag' : the cursor isegment is a tag to the current cursor
* 'hidden' : don't show/draw the cursor at all
* 'hidden-rel' : no visual change, but try to provide/bias relative samples
* 'hidden-abs' : no visual change, but try to provide/bias absolute samples
* 'hidden-hot:x:y' : for CURSOR subsegment, define the hotspot
* 'input:x:y' : for textual input, define the current cursor position
* 'warp:x:y' : for mouse cursor motion suggestions
*/
EVENT_EXTERNAL_CURSORHINT = 12,
/*
* Indicate spatial relationship and visibility details relative to some
* fictive world anchor point or to an explicit relative parent.
*/
EVENT_EXTERNAL_VIEWPORT = 13,
/*
* [UNIQUE]
* Hints that indicate there is scrolling/panning contents and the estimated
* range and position of the currently active viewport.
* Uses the content substructure.
*/
EVENT_EXTERNAL_CONTENT = 14,
/*
* Hint that a specific input label is supported. Uses the labelhint
* substructure and label is subject to A-Z,0-9_ normalization with * used
* as wildchar character for incremental indexing.
*
* Multiple labels can be exposed, and it is up to the appl- layer to track
* these accordingly and tag outgoing input events. Sending an empty labelhint
* resets the tracked set.
*
*/
EVENT_EXTERNAL_LABELHINT = 15,
/* [ONCE]
* Specify the requested subtype of a segment, along with a descriptive UTF-8
* string (application title or similar) and a caller- selected 128-bit UUID.
* The UUID is an unmanaged identifier namespace where the caller or
* surrounding system tries to avoid collsions. The ID is primarily intended
* for recalling user-interface (not security- related) properties (window
* dimensions, ...).
*
* Although possible to call this multiple times, attempts at switching SEGID
* from the established type will be ignored.
*/
EVENT_EXTERNAL_REGISTER = 16,
/*
* Request attention to the segment or subsegment, uses the message substr
* and multipart messages need to be properly terminated.
*/
EVENT_EXTERNAL_ALERT = 17,
/*
* Request that the frameserver provide a monotonic update clock for events,
* can be used both to drive the _shmif_signal calls and as a crude timer.
* Uses the 'clock' substructure.
*/
EVENT_EXTERNAL_CLOCKREQ = 18,
/*
* Update an estimate on how the connection will hand bchunk transfers. Uses
* the 'bchunk' substructure. This MAY prompt actions in the running appl,
* e.g. showing a file- open/ /save dialog.
*/
EVENT_EXTERNAL_BCHUNKSTATE = 19,
/*
* Signal that the context operates in a lower level of trust
* that possible rule separation on the UI level should treat accordingly.
* Uses the privdrop substructure.
*/
EVENT_EXTERNAL_PRIVDROP = 20,
EVENT_EXTERNAL_ULIM = INT_MAX
};
/*
* Skipmode are synchronization hints for how A/V/I synch
* should be compensated for (if possible), uses ioval[0].iv
*/
enum ARCAN_TARGET_SKIPMODE {
/* Discard V frames if the period time will be overshot */
TARGET_SKIP_AUTO = 0,
/* Never discard frames, prefer period to (period*2) time oscillation */
TARGET_SKIP_NONE = -1,
/* Reverse- playback state */
TARGET_SKIP_REVERSE = -2,
/* Rollback video to (abs(v+TARGET_SKIP_ROLLBACK)+1) frames, apply
* input then simulate forward */
TARGET_SKIP_ROLLBACK = -3,
/* Single- stepping clock, stepframe events drive transfers */
TARGET_SKIP_STEP = 1,
/* Only process every v-TARGET_SKIP_FASTWD+1 frames */
TARGET_SKIP_FASTFWD = 10,
TARGET_SKIP_ULIM = INT_MAX
};
/*
* Basic input event type grouping,
* CATEGORY => IO (used for masking, queuetransfer etc.)
* KIND => determines substructure
* IDEVKIND => hints at device origin (should rarely matter)
* IDATATYPE => usually redundant against KIND, reserved for future tuning
*/
enum ARCAN_EVENT_IO {
EVENT_IO_BUTTON = 0,
EVENT_IO_AXIS_MOVE,
EVENT_IO_TOUCH,
EVENT_IO_STATUS,
EVENT_IO_EYES,
EVENT_IO_ULIM = INT_MAX
};
/* subid on a IDATATYPE = DIGITAL on IDEVKIND = MOUSE */
enum ARCAN_MBTN_IMAP {
MBTN_LEFT_IND = 1,
MBTN_RIGHT_IND,
MBTN_MIDDLE_IND,
MBTN_WHEEL_UP_IND,
MBTN_WHEEL_DOWN_IND
};
enum ARCAN_EVENT_IDEVKIND {
EVENT_IDEVKIND_KEYBOARD = 0,
EVENT_IDEVKIND_MOUSE,
EVENT_IDEVKIND_GAMEDEV,
EVENT_IDEVKIND_TOUCHDISP,
EVENT_IDEVKIND_LEDCTRL,
EVENT_IDEVKIND_EYETRACKER,
EVENT_IDEVKIND_STATUS,
EVENT_IDEVKIND_ULIM = INT_MAX
};
enum ARCAN_IDEV_STATUS {
EVENT_IDEV_ADDED = 0,
EVENT_IDEV_REMOVED,
EVENT_IDEV_BLOCKED
};
enum ARCAN_EVENT_IDATATYPE {
EVENT_IDATATYPE_ANALOG = 0,
EVENT_IDATATYPE_DIGITAL,
EVENT_IDATATYPE_TRANSLATED,
EVENT_IDATATYPE_TOUCH,
EVENT_IDATATYPE_EYES,
EVENT_IDATATYPE_ULIM = INT_MAX
};
/*
* Used by networking frameserver only, the enable mask is bound
* to that archetype and cannot be initiated by a non-auth connection
*/
enum ARCAN_EVENT_NET {
/* -- events from frameserver -- */
/* connection was forcibly broken / terminated */
EVENT_NET_BROKEN,
/* new client connected, assumed non-authenticated
* (state transfers etc. prohibited) */
EVENT_NET_CONNECTED,
/* established client disconnected */
EVENT_NET_DISCONNECTED,
/* used when initiating a connection that timed out */
EVENT_NET_NORESPONSE,
/* used for frameserver launched in discover mode (query external
* list server or using local broadcast) */
EVENT_NET_DISCOVERED,
/* -- events to frameserver -- */
EVENT_NET_CONNECT,
EVENT_NET_DISCONNECT,
EVENT_NET_AUTHENTICATE,
/* events to/from frameserver */
EVENT_NET_CUSTOMMSG,
EVENT_NET_INPUTEVENT,
EVENT_NET_STATEREQ,
EVENT_NET_ULIM = INT_MAX
};
/*
* The following enumerations and subtypes are slated for removal here as they
* only refer to engine- internal events. Currently, the structures and types
* are re-used with an explicit filter-copy step (frameserver_queuetransfer).
* Attempting to use them from an external source will get the connection
* terminated.
*
* -- begin internal --
*/
enum ARCAN_EVENT_VIDEO {
EVENT_VIDEO_EXPIRE,
EVENT_VIDEO_CHAIN_OVER,
EVENT_VIDEO_DISPLAY_RESET,
EVENT_VIDEO_DISPLAY_ADDED,
EVENT_VIDEO_DISPLAY_REMOVED,
EVENT_VIDEO_DISPLAY_CHANGED,
EVENT_VIDEO_ASYNCHIMAGE_LOADED,
EVENT_VIDEO_ASYNCHIMAGE_FAILED
};
enum ARCAN_EVENT_SYSTEM {
EVENT_SYSTEM_EXIT = 0,
};
enum ARCAN_EVENT_AUDIO {
EVENT_AUDIO_PLAYBACK_FINISHED = 0,
EVENT_AUDIO_PLAYBACK_ABORTED,
EVENT_AUDIO_BUFFER_UNDERRUN,
EVENT_AUDIO_PITCH_TRANSFORMATION_FINISHED,
EVENT_AUDIO_GAIN_TRANSFORMATION_FINISHED,
EVENT_AUDIO_OBJECT_GONE,
EVENT_AUDIO_INVALID_OBJECT_REFERENCED
};
/*
* Meta- events concerning a single frameserver connection
*/
enum ARCAN_EVENT_FSRV
{
/* External connection established but not yet active */
EVENT_FSRV_EXTCONN,
/* Backing store dimensions has changed */
EVENT_FSRV_RESIZED,
/* External process has shut down */
EVENT_FSRV_TERMINATED,
/* Deadline- exceeded threshold, discarded */
EVENT_FSRV_DROPPEDFRAME,
/* Emitted in extended reporting mode for better server-side statistics */
EVENT_FSRV_DELIVEREDFRAME,
/* Event-buffer synch- stage, follows extcon */
EVENT_FSRV_PREROLL,
/* Protocol mask has been renegotiated */
EVENT_FSRV_APROTO,
/* Gamma ramp synchronization provided */
EVENT_FSRV_GAMMARAMP,
/* VR subsystem events */
EVENT_FSRV_ADDVRLIMB,
EVENT_FSRV_LOSTVRLIMB,
/* Nested, contains an arcan_ioevent from an external source */
EVENT_FSRV_IONESTED
};
/* -- end internal -- */
typedef union arcan_ioevent_data {
struct {
uint8_t active;
} digital;
/*
* Packing in this field is poor due to legacy.
* axisval[] works on the basis of 'just forwarding whatever we can find' where
* [nvalues] determine the number of values used, with ordering manipulated
* with the [gotrel] field.
*
* [if gotrel is set]
* nvalues = 1: [0] relative sample
* nvalues = 2: [0] relative sample, [1] absolute sample
* nvalues = 3; same as [2], with 'unknown' sample data in [3]
* nvalues = 4; same as [2] but an extra axis (2D sources) in [3,4]
*
* [if gotrel is not set, the order between relative and absolute are changed]
*
* A convention for mouse cursors is to EITHER split into two samples on subid
* 0 (x) and 1 (y), or use subid (2) with all 4 samples filled out. The point
* of that is that we still lack serialization and force a 'largest struct wins'
* scenario, meaning that a sample consumes unreasonable memory sizes. There is
* also the option for ONE mouse device to be mapped directly into the shmif
* page directly without going through the event queue.
*/
struct {
int8_t gotrel;
uint8_t nvalues;
int16_t axisval[4];
} analog;
struct {
uint8_t active;
int16_t x, y;
float pressure, size;
uint16_t tilt_x, tilt_y;
uint8_t tool;
} touch;
/* presence indicates the presence of a user in front of the screen */
/* head describes the detected head position and angle to the tracker as origo */
/* gaze indicates the possible gaze-points */
struct {
float head_pos[3];
float head_ang[3];
float gaze_x1, gaze_y1, gaze_x2, gaze_y2;
uint8_t blink_left, blink_right;
uint8_t present;
} eyes;
struct {
/* match ARCAN_IDEV_STATUS */
uint8_t action;
uint8_t devkind;
uint16_t devref;
uint8_t domain;
} status;
struct {
/* possible utf8- match, if known, received events should
* prefer these, if set. "waste" 1 byte to protect cascade from
* missing \0 */
uint8_t utf8[5];
/* pressed or not */
uint8_t active;
/* propagated device code, for identification and troubleshooting */
uint8_t scancode;
/* depending on devid, SDL or X keysym */
uint32_t keysym;
/* bitmask of key_modifiers */
uint16_t modifiers;
} translated;
} arcan_ioevent_data;
enum ARCAN_EVENT_IOFLAG {
/* Possibly used by mouse, touch, gamedev etc. where some implementation
* defined gesture descriptions comes in label, suggested values follow
* the google terminology (gestures-touch-mechanics):
* touch, dbltouch, click, dblclick, drag, swipe, fling, press, release,
* drag, drop, openpinch, closepinch, rotate.
* n- finger variations will fire an event each, subid gives index.
*/
ARCAN_IOFL_GESTURE = 1,
ARCAN_IOFL_ENTER = 2,
ARCAN_IOFL_LEAVE = 4,
};
typedef struct {
enum ARCAN_EVENT_IO kind;
enum ARCAN_EVENT_IDEVKIND devkind;
enum ARCAN_EVENT_IDATATYPE datatype;
char label[16];
uint8_t flags;
union{
struct {
uint16_t devid;
uint16_t subid;
};
uint16_t id[2];
uint32_t iid;
};
/* relative to connection start, for scheduling future I/O without
* risking a saturated event-queue or latency blocks from signal */
uint64_t pts;
arcan_ioevent_data input;
} arcan_ioevent;
/*
* internal engine only
*/
typedef struct {
enum ARCAN_EVENT_VIDEO kind;
int64_t source;
union {
struct {
int16_t width;
int16_t height;
int flags;
float vppcm;
int displayid;
int ledctrl;
int ledid;
int cardid;
};
int slot;
};
intptr_t data;
} arcan_vevent;
/*
* internal engine only
*/
typedef struct {
enum ARCAN_EVENT_FSRV kind;
union {
struct {
int32_t audio;
size_t width, height;
size_t xofs, yofs;
int8_t glsource;
uint64_t pts;
uint64_t counter;
uint8_t message[32];
};
struct {
char ident[32];
int64_t descriptor;
};
struct {
int aproto;
};
struct {
unsigned limb;
};
arcan_ioevent input;
};
int64_t video;
intptr_t otag;
} arcan_fsrvevent;
/*
* internal engine only
*/
typedef struct {
enum ARCAN_EVENT_AUDIO kind;
int32_t source;
uintptr_t* data;
} arcan_aevent;
/*
* internal engine only
*/
typedef struct arcan_sevent {
enum ARCAN_EVENT_SYSTEM kind;
int errcode;
union {
struct {
uint32_t hitag, lotag;
} tagv;
struct {
char* dyneval_msg;
} mesg;
char message[64];
};
} arcan_sevent;
/*
* Biggest substructure, primarily due to discovery which needs
* to cover both destination address, public key to use and ident-hint.
*/
typedef struct arcan_netevent{
enum ARCAN_EVENT_NET kind;
/* tagged in queuetransfer */
uint64_t source;
union {
struct {
/* public 25519 key, will be mapped to/from base64 at borders,
* private key is only ever transmitted during setup as env-arg */
char key[32];
/* text indicator of a subservice in ident packages */
char ident[8];
/* max ipv6 textual representation, 39 + strsep + port */
char addr[45];
} host;
/* match size of host as we'd pad otherwise */
char message[93];
};
uint8_t connid;
} arcan_netevent;
typedef struct arcan_tgtevent {
enum ARCAN_TARGET_COMMAND kind;
/* questionable separation, it is quite some work changing the format at this
* stage, but it would be possible to split up into multiple unions for each
* type/pattern projected over the ioevs */
union {
uint32_t uiv;
int32_t iv;
float fv;
uint8_t cv[4];
} ioevs[8];
int code;
union {
char message[78];
uint8_t bmessage[78];
};
} arcan_tgtevent;
typedef struct arcan_extevent {
enum ARCAN_EVENT_EXTERNAL kind;
int64_t source;
union {
/*
* For events that set one or multiple short messages:
* MESSAGE, IDENT, CURSORHINT, ALERT
* Only MESSAGE and ALERT type has any multipart meaning
* (data) - UTF-8 (complete, valid)
* (multipart) - !0 (more to come, terminated with 0)
*/
struct {
uint8_t data[78];
uint8_t multipart;
} message;
/*
* For user-toggleable options that can be persistantly tracked,
* per segment related key/value store.
*
* (index) - setting index
* (type) - setting type:
* 0 - key,
* 1 - description,
* 2 - value
* 3 - current value,
* 4 - forget option
*
* (data) - UTF-8 encoded, type specific value. Limitations on key are similar
* to arcan database key (see arcan_db man)
*/
struct {
uint8_t index;
uint8_t type;
uint8_t data[77];
} coreopt;
/*
* Hint the current active size of a possible statetransfer along with a
* user-defined type identifer. Tuple(identifier, size) should match for doing
* a fsrv-fsrv state transfer, disabled (initial state).
*
* (size) - size, in bytes, of the state (0 to disable)
* (type) - application/segment identifier (spoofable, no strong identity)
*/
struct {
uint32_t size;
uint32_t type;
} stateinf;
/* Used for remoting, indicate keyboard button state change:
* (id) - numeric key ID, for use when we have translation tables
* (keysym) - currently horrible, XKeySym with SDL- related translation (legacy)
* (active) - & !0 > 0 active (pressed)
*/
struct{
uint8_t id;
uint32_t keysym;
uint8_t active;
} key;
/* Used with the CLOCKREQ event for hinting how the server should provide
* STEPFRAME events. if once is set, it is interpreted as a hint to register as
* a separate / independent timer.
* (once) - & !0 > 0, fire once or use as periodic timer
* (rate) - if once is set, relative to last tick otherwise every n ticks.
* (id) - caller specified ID that will be used in stepframe reply
* (dynamic) - set to !0 if it should be hooked to video frame delivery rather
* than an approximate monotonic clock
*
* there is one automatic clock- slot per connection, and will always have
* ID 1 in the reply.
*/
struct{
uint32_t rate;
uint8_t dynamic, once;
uint32_t id;
} clock;
/*
* Used with the BCHUNKSTATE event for hinting to the server that the
* application wants to- or is capable of- receiving or writing bchunkdata.
* (size) - (input == 0, estimation of upper limit or 0 if unknown)
* (input) - set to !0 to indicate that the support is for open/read,
* (hint) - set to 0 to indicate that the state- support it immediate,
* e.g. an open/save dialog. set to 1 to hint that the bchunk-
* support indicates capability.
* (stream) - !0 if a streaming data store is acceptable or it needs to be
* seekable / mappable
* (extensions)- 7-bit ASCII filtered to alnum with ; separation between
* accepted extensions. * for wildcard support or empty [0]='\0'
* to indicate no-support for input/output.
*/
struct {
uint64_t size;
uint8_t input;
uint8_t hint;
uint8_t stream;
uint8_t extensions[68];
} bchunk;
/*
* (external) : The execution context has moved from authoritative/trusted to
* an external conection origin. This can happen on crash recovery
* and can only be switched on.
*
* (sandboxed) : The client indicates voluntarily that the context now comes
* from a reduced level of trust. This can only be switched on.
*
* (networked) : Some intermediate (such as a network proxy) indicates that
* the client maintains a communication path outside of the
* localhost. This can be switched on and off, and it is the
* responsibility of the intermediate to prevent external
* influence.
*/
struct {
uint8_t external;
uint8_t sandboxed;
uint8_t networked;
} privdrop;
/*
* Indicate that the connection supports abstract input labels, along
* with the expected data type (match EVENT_IDATATYPE_*)
*
* Sending a labelhint without a description means to REMOVE a previosly
* existing labelhint.
*
* (label) - 7-bit ASCII filtered to alnum and _
* (initial) - suggested default sym from the table used in
* arcan_shmif_tuisym.
* (descr) - short 8-bit UTF description, if localization is avail.
* also follow the language from the last GEOHINT
* (vsym) - single utf8 encoded visual ID
* (subv) - > 0, use subid as pseudonym for this label (reduce string use)
* (idatatype) - match IDATATYPE enum of expected data
* (modifiers) - bitmap of desired modifiers (arkmod)
*/
struct {
char label[16];
uint16_t initial;
char descr[53];
uint8_t vsym[5];
uint16_t subv;
uint8_t idatatype;
uint16_t modifiers;
} labelhint;
/*
* Platform specific content needed for some platforms to map a buffer, used
* internally by backend and user-defined values may cause the connection to be
* terminated, check arcan_shmif_sighandle and corresponding platform code
* (pitch) - row width in bytes
* (format) - color format, also platform specific value
*/
struct{
uint32_t pitch;
uint32_t format;
} bstream;
/*
* Define the arrival of a new data stream (for decode),
* (streamid) - caller specific identifier (to specify stream),
*
*/
struct {
uint8_t streamid; /* key used to tell the decoder to switch */
uint8_t datakind; /* 0: audio, 1: video, 2: text, 3: overlay */
uint8_t langid[4]; /* country code */
} streaminf;
/*
* The viewport hint is used to provide additional information about
* different regions of a segment, possible decorations, hierarchical
* relations, visibility, anchoring and ordering.
*
* (borderpx)[tlrd] - indicate a possible border/shadow/decoration area
* that can be cropped away or ignored in position
* calculations.
*
* (parent) (tok) - can be 0 or the window-id we are relative against,
* useful for popup subsegments etc. tok comes from
* shmif_page segment_token
*
* (invisible) - hint that the current content segment backing store
* contains no information that is visibly helpful,
* this is typically flipped back and forth in order
* to save connection setup overhead.
*
* (focused) - Hint that for all the hierarchies in the connection,
* this is the one that should have the input-focus grab.
*
* (embedded) - The segment will attach as a part of its parent.
* This forces the edge to be UL and the segment contents
* will be clipped against the parent surface.
*
* (anchor-edge) - enable anchoring to parent.
*
* (anchor-pos) - enable anchor positioning selection within an area
* in a surface-relative coordinate space.
*
* (edge) - parent-relative anchoring edge:
* 0 - doesn't matter
* 1 - UL 2 - UC 3 - UR
* 4 - CL 5 - C 6 - CR
* 7 - LL 8 - LC 9 - LR
*
* (x+w, y+h) - positioning HINT relative to parent UL origo,
* describing the possible anchor region.
*
* (order) - parent-relative drawing order (+- #segments)
*
* Since order is relative to 'parent', the embedding order may be that a
* negative value will have the effect that 'the child' is visually/hierarchy
* speaking 'the parent'. The edge case where such a relationship might be
* expressed is when multiple processes combine to embed one within the other,
* and the first process controls positioning relative to the second due to
* a handover allocation.
*/
struct {
int32_t x, y;
uint16_t w, h;
uint32_t parent;
uint8_t border[4];
uint8_t edge;
int8_t order;
uint8_t embedded : 1;
uint8_t invisible : 1;
uint8_t focus : 1;
uint8_t anchor_edge : 1;
uint8_t anchor_pos : 1;
} viewport;
/*
* Used as hints for content which may be used to enable scrollbars.
* SZ determines how much of the contents is being showed, x,y + sz
* is therefore in the range 0.00 <= n <= 1.0
* (x,y_pos) - < 0.000, disable, +x_sz > 1.0 invalid (bad value)
* (x,y_sz ) - < 0.000, invalid, > 1.0 invalid
* width, height is an estimate as to the relative size of the window
* (x_pos + width <= 1.0, y_pos + height <= 1.0)
* (cell_w, cell_h) - > 0 indicates that the contents has grid/tile
* like constraints and that resize actions should try and align
* accordingly
*/
struct {
float x_pos, x_sz;
float y_pos, y_sz;
float width, height;
uint8_t cell_w;
uint8_t cell_h;
uint32_t min_w, min_h;
uint32_t max_w, max_h;
} content;
/*
* (ID) - user-specified cookie, will propagate with req/resp
* (width) - desired width, will be clamped to PP_SHMPAGE_MAXW
* (height) - desired height, will be clamped to PP_SHMPAGE_MAXH
* (xofs) - suggested offset relative to parent segment (parent hint)
* (yofs) - suggested offset relative to parent segment (parent hint)
* (kind) - desired type of the segment request, can be UNKNOWN
* (dir) - 0: no hint (xofs, yofs applied)
* 1: split-l : (ofs-ignore), split parent, new left
* 2: split-r : (ofs-ignore), split parent, new right
* 3: split-t : (ofs-ignore), split parent, new top
* 4: split-b : (ofs-ignore), split parent, new bottom
* 5: attach-l : (ofs-ignore), position left of parent
* 6: attach-r : (ofs-ignore), position right of parent
* 7: attach-t : (ofs-ignore), position top of parent
* 8: attach-b : (ofs-ignore), position below parent
* 9: tab : set-up as a tab to the parent
* 10: embed : segment is intended to viewport- attach
*/
struct {
uint32_t id;
uint16_t width;
uint16_t height;
int16_t xofs;
int16_t yofs;
uint8_t dir;
enum ARCAN_SEGID kind;
} segreq;
/*
* (title) - title-bar info or other short string to indicate state
* (kind) - only used for non-auth connection primary segments or
* for subseg requests that got accepted with an empty kind
* if called with the existing kind, titlebar is updated
* (uid ) - numeric identifier (insecure, non-enforced unique ID)
* used for tracking settings etc. between session
*/
struct {
char title[64];
enum ARCAN_SEGID kind;
uint64_t guid[2];
} registr;
/*
* (timestr, timelim) - 7-bit ascii, isnum : describing HH:MM:SS\0
* (completion) - 0..1 (start, 1 finish)
* (streaming) - dynamic / unknown source
* (frameno) - incremental counter
*/
struct {
uint8_t timestr[9];
uint8_t timelim[9];
float completion;
uint8_t streaming;
uint32_t frameno;
} streamstat;
/*
* (framenumber) - incremental counter
* (pts) - presentation time stamp, ms (0 - source start)
* (acquired) - delievered time stamp, ms (0 - source start)
* (fhint) - float metadata used for quality, or similar indicator
*/
struct {
uint32_t framenumber;
uint64_t pts;
uint64_t acquired;
float fhint;
} framestatus;
};
} arcan_extevent;
typedef struct arcan_event {
enum ARCAN_EVENT_CATEGORY category;
union {
arcan_ioevent io;
arcan_vevent vid;
arcan_aevent aud;
arcan_sevent sys;
arcan_tgtevent tgt;
arcan_fsrvevent fsrv;
arcan_extevent ext;
arcan_netevent net;
uint8_t min_sz[128];
};
} arcan_event;
/* matches those that libraries such as SDL uses */
typedef enum {
ARKMOD_NONE = 0x0000,
ARKMOD_LSHIFT= 0x0001,
ARKMOD_RSHIFT= 0x0002,
ARKMOD_LCTRL = 0x0040,
ARKMOD_RCTRL = 0x0080,
ARKMOD_LALT = 0x0100,
ARKMOD_RALT = 0x0200,
ARKMOD_LMETA = 0x0400,
ARKMOD_RMETA = 0x0800,
ARKMOD_NUM = 0x1000,
ARKMOD_CAPS = 0x2000,
ARKMOD_MODE = 0x4000,
ARKMOD_REPEAT= 0x8000,
ARKMOD_LIMIT = INT_MAX
} key_modifiers;
#ifdef PLATFORM_HEADER
#include PLATFORM_HEADER
#endif
struct arcan_evctx {
/* time and mask- tracking, only used parent-side */
int32_t c_ticks;
uint32_t mask_cat_inp;
/* only used for local queues */
uint32_t state_fl;
int exit_code;
void (*drain)(arcan_event*, int);
uint8_t eventbuf_sz;
arcan_event* eventbuf;
/* offsets into the eventbuf queue, parent will always % ARCAN_SHMPAGE_QUEUE_SZ
* to prevent nasty surprises. these were set before we had access to _Atomic
* in the standard fashion, and the codebase should be refactored to take that
* into account */
volatile uint8_t* volatile front;
volatile uint8_t* volatile back;
int8_t local;
/*
* When the child (!local flag) wants the parent to wake it up,
* the sem_handle (by default, 1) is set to 0 and calls sem_wait.
*
* When the parent pushes data on the event-queue it checks the
* state if this sem_handle. If it's 0, and some internal
* dynamic heuristic (if the parent knows multiple- connected
* events are enqueued, it can wait a bit before waking the child)
* and if that heuristic is triggered, the semaphore is posted.
*
* This is also used by the guardthread (that periodically checks
* if the parent is still alive, and if not, unlocks a batch
* of semaphores).
*/
struct {
volatile uint8_t* killswitch;
sem_handle handle;
#ifdef ARCAN_SHMIF_THREADSAFE_QUEUE
uint8_t init;
pthread_mutex_t lock;
#endif
} synch;
};
typedef struct arcan_evctx arcan_evctx;
#endif
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