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Reading key presses(3)					BrlAPI				       Reading key presses(3)

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Reading key presses - How to read key presses from the braille terminal. Data Structures struct brlapi_expandedKeyCode_t struct brlapi_describedKeyCode_t struct brlapi_range_t Macros #define brlapi_ignoreAllKeys() brlapi_ignoreKeys(brlapi_rangeType_all, NULL, 0) #define brlapi_acceptAllKeys() brlapi_acceptKeys(brlapi_rangeType_all, NULL, 0) #define BRLAPI_UC_ROW 0x2800UL #define brlapi__ignoreAllKeys(handle) brlapi__ignoreKeys(handle, brlapi_rangeType_all, NULL, 0) #define brlapi__acceptAllKeys(handle) brlapi__acceptKeys(handle, brlapi_rangeType_all, NULL, 0) Enumerations enum brlapi_rangeType_t { brlapi_rangeType_all, brlapi_rangeType_type, brlapi_rangeType_command, brlapi_rangeType_key, brlapi_rangeType_code } Functions int BRLAPI_STDCALL brlapi_expandKeyCode (brlapi_keyCode_t code, brlapi_expandedKeyCode_t *expansion) int BRLAPI_STDCALL brlapi_describeKeyCode (brlapi_keyCode_t code, brlapi_describedKeyCode_t *description) int BRLAPI_STDCALL brlapi_readKey (int wait, brlapi_keyCode_t *code) int BRLAPI_STDCALL brlapi__readKey (brlapi_handle_t *handle, int wait, brlapi_keyCode_t *code) int BRLAPI_STDCALL brlapi_ignoreKeys (brlapi_rangeType_t type, const brlapi_keyCode_t keys[], unsigned int count) int BRLAPI_STDCALL brlapi__ignoreKeys (brlapi_handle_t *handle, brlapi_rangeType_t type, const brlapi_keyCode_t keys[], unsigned int count) int BRLAPI_STDCALL brlapi_acceptKeys (brlapi_rangeType_t type, const brlapi_keyCode_t keys[], unsigned int count) int BRLAPI_STDCALL brlapi__acceptKeys (brlapi_handle_t *handle, brlapi_rangeType_t type, const brlapi_keyCode_t keys[], unsigned int count) int BRLAPI_STDCALL brlapi__ignoreAllKeys (brlapi_handle_t *handle) int BRLAPI_STDCALL brlapi__acceptAllKeys (brlapi_handle_t *handle) int BRLAPI_STDCALL brlapi_ignoreKeyRanges (brlapi_range_t ranges[], unsigned int count) int BRLAPI_STDCALL brlapi__ignoreKeyRanges (brlapi_handle_t *handle, brlapi_range_t ranges[], unsigned int count) int BRLAPI_STDCALL brlapi_acceptKeyRanges (brlapi_range_t ranges[], unsigned int count) int BRLAPI_STDCALL brlapi__acceptKeyRanges (brlapi_handle_t *handle, brlapi_range_t ranges[], unsigned int count) Detailed Description Once brlapi_enterTtyMode() has been called, the application can call brlapi_readKey() to read key presses. Either key codes (see Types and Defines fore BrlAPI Key Codes) or commands will be returned, depending on parameters given to brlapi_enterTtyMode(). Key presses are buffered, so that calling brlapi_readKey() in non-blocking mode from time to time should suffice. Macro Definition Documentation #define brlapi__acceptAllKeys(handle) brlapi__acceptKeys(handle, brlapi_rangeType_all, NULL, 0) #define brlapi__ignoreAllKeys(handle) brlapi__ignoreKeys(handle, brlapi_rangeType_all, NULL, 0) int BRLAPI_STDCALL brlapi_acceptAllKeys(void) brlapi_acceptKeys(brlapi_rangeType_all, NULL, 0) Accept all key presses from the braille keyboard This function asks the server to give all keys to the application, and not give them to brltty. Warning: after calling this function, make sure to call brlapi_ignoreKeys() for ignoring important keys like BRL_CMD_SWITCHVT_PREV/NEXT and such. int BRLAPI_STDCALL brlapi_ignoreAllKeys(void) brlapi_ignoreKeys(brlapi_rangeType_all, NULL, 0) Ignore all key presses from the braille keyboard This function asks the server to give all keys to brltty, rather than returning them to the application via brlapi_readKey(). #define BRLAPI_UC_ROW 0x2800UL Unicode braille row Enumeration Type Documentation enum brlapi_rangeType_t types of key ranges Enumerator brlapi_rangeType_all all keys, code must be 0 brlapi_rangeType_type all keys of a given type brlapi_rangeType_command all keys of a given command block, i.e. matching the key type and command parts brlapi_rangeType_key a given key with any flags brlapi_rangeType_code a given key code Function Documentation int BRLAPI_STDCALL brlapi__acceptAllKeys (brlapi_handle_t *handle) int BRLAPI_STDCALL brlapi__acceptKeyRanges (brlapi_handle_t *handle, brlapi_range_tranges[], unsigned intcount) int BRLAPI_STDCALL brlapi__acceptKeys (brlapi_handle_t *handle, brlapi_rangeType_ttype, const brlapi_keyCode_tkeys[], unsigned intcount) int BRLAPI_STDCALL brlapi__ignoreAllKeys (brlapi_handle_t *handle) int BRLAPI_STDCALL brlapi__ignoreKeyRanges (brlapi_handle_t *handle, brlapi_range_tranges[], unsigned intcount) int BRLAPI_STDCALL brlapi__ignoreKeys (brlapi_handle_t *handle, brlapi_rangeType_ttype, const brlapi_keyCode_tkeys[], unsigned intcount) int BRLAPI_STDCALL brlapi__readKey (brlapi_handle_t *handle, intwait, brlapi_keyCode_t *code) int BRLAPI_STDCALL brlapi_acceptKeyRanges (brlapi_range_tranges[], unsigned intcount) Accept some key presses from the braille keyboard This function asks the server to return the provided key ranges (inclusive) to the application, and not give them to brltty. Parameters: ranges key ranges, which are inclusive count number of ranges Note: The given codes should be raw keycodes (i.e. some driver name was given to brlapi_enterTtyMode()) int BRLAPI_STDCALL brlapi_acceptKeys (brlapi_rangeType_ttype, const brlapi_keyCode_tkeys[], unsigned intcount) Accept some key presses from the braille keyboard This function asks the server to give the provided keys to the application, and not give them to brltty. Parameters: type type of keys to be ignored keys array of keys to be ignored count number of keys Note: The given codes should be brltty commands (NULL or '' was given to brlapi_enterTtyMode()) int BRLAPI_STDCALL brlapi_describeKeyCode (brlapi_keyCode_tcode, brlapi_describedKeyCode_t *description) Describe the components of a key code. Parameters: code the keycode to be described description pointer to the structure that receives the description Returns: 0 on success, -1 on error int BRLAPI_STDCALL brlapi_expandKeyCode (brlapi_keyCode_tcode, brlapi_expandedKeyCode_t *expansion) Expand the components of a key code Parameters: code the key code to be expanded expansion pointer to the structure that receives the components Returns: 0 on success, -1 on error int BRLAPI_STDCALL brlapi_ignoreKeyRanges (brlapi_range_tranges[], unsigned intcount) Ignore some key presses from the braille keyboard This function asks the server to give the provided key ranges to brltty, rather than returning them to the application via brlapi_readKey(). Parameters: ranges key ranges, which are inclusive count number of ranges Note: The given codes should be raw keycodes (i.e. some driver name was given to brlapi_enterTtyMode()) int BRLAPI_STDCALL brlapi_ignoreKeys (brlapi_rangeType_ttype, const brlapi_keyCode_tkeys[], unsigned intcount) Ignore some key presses from the braille keyboard This function asks the server to give the provided keys to brltty, rather than returning them to the application via brlapi_readKey(). Parameters: type type of keys to be ignored keys array of keys to be ignored count number of keys Note: The given codes should be brltty commands (NULL or '' was given to brlapi_enterTtyMode()) int BRLAPI_STDCALL brlapi_readKey (intwait, brlapi_keyCode_t *code) Read a key from the braille keyboard This function returns one key press's code. If NULL or '' was given to brlapi_enterTtyMode(), a brltty command is returned, as described in the documentation for brlapi_keyCode_t . It is hence pretty driver-independent, and should be used by default when no other option is possible. By default, all commands but those which restart drivers and switch virtual terminals are returned to the application and not to brltty. If the application doesn't want to see some command events, it should call brlapi_ignoreKeys() If some driver name was given to brlapi_enterTtyMode(), a raw keycode is returned, as specified by the terminal driver, usually in <brltty/brldefs-xy> where xy is the driver's code. It generally corresponds to the very code that the terminal tells to the driver. This should only be used by applications which are dedicated to a particular braille terminal. Hence, checking the terminal type thanks to a call to brlapi_getDriverName() before getting tty control is a pretty good idea. By default, all the keypresses will be passed to the client, none will go through brltty, so the application will have to handle console switching itself for instance. Parameters: wait tells whether the call should block until a key is pressed (1) or should only probe key presses (0); code holds the key code if a key press is indeed read. Returns: -1 on error or signal interrupt and *code is then undefined, 0 if block was 0 and no key was pressed so far, or 1 and *code holds the key code. Programming hints: If your application is only driven by braille command keypresses, you can just call brlapi_readKey(1, &code) so that it keeps blocking, waiting for keypresses. Else, you'll probably want to use the file descriptor returned by brlapi_openConnection() in your 'big polling loop'. For instance: o in a select() loop, just add it to the readfds and exceptfds file descriptor sets; o in a gtk or atspi application, use g_io_add_watch(fileDescriptor, G_IO_IN|G_IO_ERR|G_IO_HUP, f, data) for adding a callback called f; o in an Xt/Xaw/motif-based application, use XtAppAddInput(app_context, fileDescriptor, XtInputReadMask|XtInputExceptMask, f, data) o etc. and then, when you detect inbound trafic on the file descriptor, do something like this: while (brlapi_readKey(0, &code) { // process keycode code // ... } The while loop is needed for processing all pending key presses, else some of them may be left in libbrlapi's internal key buffer and you wouldn't get them immediately. Note: If the read is interrupted by a signal, brlapi_readKey() will return -1, brlapi_errno will be BRLAPI_ERROR_LIBCERR and errno will be EINTR. Author Generated automatically by Doxygen for BrlAPI from the source code. Version 1.0 Mon Apr 1 2013 Reading key presses(3)


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