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README.md

TMK Keyboard Firmware Collection

This is a keyboard firmware with some useful features for Atmel AVR controller.

Source code is available here: http://github.com/tmk/tmk_keyboard

Features

These features can be used in your keyboard.

  • Multi-layer Keymap - Multiple keyboard layouts with layer switching
  • Mouse key - Mouse control with keyboard
  • System Control Key - Power Down, Sleep, Wake Up and USB Remote Wake up
  • Media Control Key - Volume Down/Up, Mute, Next/Prev track, Play, Stop and etc
  • USB NKRO - 120 keys(+ 8 modifiers) simultaneously
  • PS/2 mouse support - PS/2 mouse(TrackPoint) as composite device
  • Keyboard protocols - PS/2, ADB, M0110, Sun and other old keyboard protocols
  • User Function - Customizable function of key with writing code
  • Macro - Very primitive at this time
  • Keyboard Tricks - Oneshot modifier and modifier with tapping feature
  • Debug Console - Messages for debug and interaction with firmware
  • Virtual DIP Switch - Configurations stored EEPROM(Boot Magic)
  • Locking CapsLock - Mechanical switch support for CapsLock
  • Breathing Sleep LED - Sleep indicator with charm during USB suspend

Projects

You can find some keyboard specific projects under converter and keyboard directory.

converter

keyboard

License

GPLv2 or later. Some protocol files are under Modified BSD License. LUFA, PJRC and V-USB stack have their own license respectively.

Build Firmware and Program Controller

See doc/build.md.

Change your keymap

See doc/keymap.md.

Magic Comannds

To see help press Magic + H.

Magic key bind may be LShift + RShift in many project, but Power key on ADB converter. Magic keybind can be vary on each project, check config.h in project directory.

Following commands can be also executed with Magic + key. In console mode Magic keybind is not needed.

----- Command Help -----
c:      enter console mode
d:      toggle debug enable
x:      toggle matrix debug
k:      toggle keyboard debug
m:      toggle mouse debug
p:      toggle print enable
v:      print device version & info
t:      print timer count
s:      print status
e:      print eeprom config
n:      toggle NKRO
0/F10:  switch to Layer0
1/F1:   switch to Layer1
2/F2:   switch to Layer2
3/F3:   switch to Layer3
4/F4:   switch to Layer4
PScr:   power down/remote wake-up
Caps:   Lock Keyboard(Child Proof)
Paus:   jump to bootloader

TBD

Boot Magic Configuration - Virtual DIP Switch

Boot Magic are executed during boot up time. Press Magic key below then pulgin keyboard cable. Note that you must use keys of Layer 0 as Magic keys. These settings are stored in EEPROM so that retain your configure over power cycles.

EEPROM

  • Skip reading EEPROM(ESC)
  • Clear configuration stored in EEPROM(Backspace)

Bootloader

  • Kick up Bootloader(B)

Debug

  • Debug enable(D)
  • Debug matrix enable(D+X)
  • Debug keyboard enable(D+K)
  • Debug mouse enable(D+M)

Keymap

  • Swap Control and CapsLock(Left Control)
  • Change CapsLock to Control(Casp Lock)
  • Swap LeftAlt and Gui(Left Alt)
  • Swap RightAlt and Gui(Right Alt)
  • Disable Gui(Left Gui)
  • Swap Grave and Escape(Grave)
  • Swap BackSlash and BackSpace(Back Slash)

Default Layer

  • Set Default Layer to 0(0)
  • Set Default Layer to 0(1)
  • Set Default Layer to 0(2)
  • Set Default Layer to 0(3)

TBD

Mechanical Locking support for CapsLock

To enable this feature define these two macros in config.h and use KC_LCAP for locking CapsLock in keymap instead of normal KC_CAPS. Resync option tries to keep lock switch state consistent with keyboard LED state.

#define CAPSLOCK_LOCKING_ENABLE
#define CAPSLOCK_LOCKING_RESYNC_ENABLE

Start Your Own Project

TBD

Config.h Options

1. USB vendor/product ID and device description

#define VENDOR_ID       0xFEED
#define PRODUCT_ID      0xBEEF
#define MANUFACTURER    t.m.k.
#define PRODUCT         Macway mod
#define DESCRIPTION     t.m.k. keyboard firmware for Macway mod

2. Keyboard matrix configuration

#define MATRIX_ROWS 8
#define MATRIX_COLS 8
#define MATRIX_HAS_GHOST

Architecture

Architecture Diagram
                           +---------------+---------------+-------------+
                           |    Host       |   Keyboard    | Matrix, LED |
   ___________             |-----------+-+ +-------------+ | +-----------|
  /          /| Keys/Mouse | Protocol  |d| | Action      | | | Protocol  |
 /__________/ |<-----------|  LUFA     |r| |  Layer, Tap | | |  Matrix   |
 |.--------.| |   LED      |  V-USB    |i| |-------------| | |  PS/2,IBM |             __________________
 ||        || |----------->|  PJRC     |v| | Keymap      | | |  ADB,M0110|  Keys      / /_/_/_/_/_/_/_/ /|
 ||  Host  || |  Console   |  iWRAP(BT)|e| | Mousekey    | | |  SUN/NEWS |<----------/ /_/_/_/_/_/_/_/ / /
 ||________||/.<-----------|  UART     |r| | Report      | | |  X68K/PC98| Control  / /_/_/_/_/_/_/_/ / /
 `_========_'/|            |---------------------------------------------|-------->/___ /_______/ ___/ /
 |_o______o_|/             | Sendchar, Print, Debug, Command, ...        |         |_________________|/
                           +---------------------------------------------+              Keyboard

Debuging

Use PJRC's hid_listen to see debug messages. You can use the tool for debug even if firmware use LUFA stack.

You will see output from firmware like this.

r/c 01234567
00: 00000000
01: 00000000
02: 00000000
03: 00000000
04: 00000000
05: 00000000
06: 00000000
07: 00000000

---- action_exec: start -----
EVENT: 0307u(22511)
Tapping: Tap release(2)
ACTION: ACT_LAYER[5:2C]
LAYER_PRESSED: Tap: unregister_code
TAPPING_KEY=0307u(22511):2
processed: 0307u(22511):2

Tapping: End(Timeout after releasing last tap): FFFFu(22715)
TAPPING_KEY=0000u(0):0

Files and Directories

Top

  • common/ - common codes
  • protocol/ - keyboard protocol support
  • keyboard/ - keyboard projects
  • converter/ - protocol converter projects
  • doc/ - documents
  • common.mk - Makefile for common
  • protoco.mk - Makefile for protocol
  • rules.mk - Makefile for build rules

Common

  • host.h
  • host_driver.h
  • keyboard.h
  • command.h
  • keymap.h
  • action.h
  • keycode.h
  • matrix.h
  • led.h
  • mousekey.h
  • report.h
  • debug.h
  • print.h
  • bootloader.h
  • sendchar.h
  • timer.h
  • util.h

Keyboard Protocols

  • lufa/ - LUFA USB stack
  • pjrc/ - PJRC USB stack
  • vusb/ - Objective Development V-USB
  • iwrap/ - Bluetooth HID for Bluegiga iWRAP
  • ps2.c - PS/2 protocol
  • adb.c - Apple Desktop Bus protocol
  • m0110.c - Macintosh 128K/512K/Plus keyboard protocol
  • news.c - Sony NEWS keyboard protocol
  • x68k.c - Sharp X68000 keyboard protocol
  • serial_soft.c - Asynchronous Serial protocol implemented by software

Conding Style

  • Doesn't use Tab to indent, use 4-spaces instead.

Other Keyboard Firmware Projects

See doc/other_projects.md.

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