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# Contributor Code of Conduct
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Package: co2meter
Type: Package
Title: Retrieve Readings from CO2Mini (Model RAD-0301) Desktop CO2 Monitor
Version: 0.1.0
Date: 2021-02-21
Authors@R: c(
person("Bob", "Rudis", email = "bob@rud.is", role = c("aut", "cre"),
comment = c(ORCID = "0000-0001-5670-2640")),
person("Oleg", "Bulatov", email = "oleg@bulatov.me", role = "aut",
comment = "co2mon <https://github.com/dmage/co2mon>"),
person("Oleg", "Bulatov", email = "oleg@bulatov.me", role = "aut",
comment = "HIDAPI - Multi-Platform library for communication
with HID devices. <https://github.com/libusb/hidapi>")
)
Maintainer: Bob Rudis <bob@rud.is>
Description: The CO2Mini (model RAD-0301) desktop CO2 monitor from CO2meter.com
is a low-cost, fairly accurate personal CO2 environment monitor that
can work standalone (via a USB power brick) or be attacked to a computer
where it can be both powered and act as a datalogger. Tools are provided
to retrieve temperature and CO2 readings from such devices.
URL: https://git.rud.is/hrbrmstr/co2meter
BugReports: https://git.rud.is/hrbrmstr/co2meter/issues
RequiresCompilation: yes
SystemRequirements: macOS, a RAD-0301 sensor
Encoding: UTF-8
License: GPL-3
Suggests:
covr, tinytest
Depends:
R (>= 3.6.0)
Roxygen: list(markdown = TRUE)
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# Generated by roxygen2: do not edit by hand
export(close_dev)
export(init_co2_meter_dev)
export(read_co2)
useDynLib(co2meter, .registration = TRUE)

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0.1.0
* Initial release

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#' Retrieve Readings from CO2Mini (Model RAD-0301) Desktop CO2 Monitor
#'
#' The CO2Mini (model RAD-0301) desktop CO2 monitor from CO2meter.com
#' is a low-cost, fairly accurate personal CO2 environment monitor that
#' can work standalone (via a USB power brick) or be attacked to a computer
#' where it can be both powered and act as a datalogger. Tools are provided
#' to retrieve temperature and CO2 readings from such devices.
#'
#' @md
#' @name co2meter
#' @keywords internal
#' @author Bob Rudis (bob@@rud.is)
#' @useDynLib co2meter, .registration = TRUE
"_PACKAGE"

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#' Initialize, read from, and close a co2meter.com device
#'
#' @return [get_readings()] returns a named list containing ambient temperature (°C) and CO2 (ppm)
#' @export
#' @examples \dontrun{
#' init_co2_meter_dev()
#' read_co2()
#' close_dev()
#' }
read_co2 <- function() {
.Call("int_get_readings")
}
#' @rdname read_co2
#' @export
close_dev <- function() {
tmp <- .Call("int_close_dev")
}
#' @rdname read_co2
#' @export
init_co2_meter_dev <- function() {
tmp <- .Call("int_init_dev")
}

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---
output: rmarkdown::github_document
editor_options:
chunk_output_type: console
---
```{r pkg-knitr-opts, include=FALSE}
hrbrpkghelpr::global_opts()
```
```{r badges, results='asis', echo=FALSE, cache=FALSE}
hrbrpkghelpr::stinking_badges()
```
```{r description, results='asis', echo=FALSE, cache=FALSE}
hrbrpkghelpr::yank_title_and_description()
```
### NOTE
For the moment, this is hard-wired for macOS. File an issue if you want linux support. For Windows users, please use a better operating system.
## What's Inside The Tin
The following functions are implemented:
```{r ingredients, results='asis', echo=FALSE, cache=FALSE}
hrbrpkghelpr::describe_ingredients()
```
## Installation
```{r install-ex, results='asis', echo=FALSE, cache=FALSE}
hrbrpkghelpr::install_block()
```
## Usage
```{r lib-ex}
library(co2meter)
# current version
packageVersion("co2")
```
```{r ex-01}
init_co2_meter_dev()
print(read_co2()) # this can take a few seconds
print(read_co2()) # this can take a few seconds
print(read_co2()) # this can take a few seconds
close_dev()
```
## co2 Metrics
```{r cloc, echo=FALSE}
cloc::cloc_pkg_md()
```
## Code of Conduct
Please note that this project is released with a Contributor Code of Conduct.
By participating in this project you agree to abide by its terms.

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[![Project Status: Active – The project has reached a stable, usable
state and is being actively
developed.](https://www.repostatus.org/badges/latest/active.svg)](https://www.repostatus.org/#active)
[![Signed
by](https://img.shields.io/badge/Keybase-Verified-brightgreen.svg)](https://keybase.io/hrbrmstr)
![Signed commit
%](https://img.shields.io/badge/Signed_Commits-100%25-lightgrey.svg)
[![Linux build
Status](https://travis-ci.org/hrbrmstr/co2meter.svg?branch=master)](https://travis-ci.org/hrbrmstr/co2meter)
![Minimal R
Version](https://img.shields.io/badge/R%3E%3D-3.6.0-blue.svg)
![License](https://img.shields.io/badge/License-GPL-3-blue.svg)
# co2meter
Retrieve Readings from CO2Mini (Model RAD-0301) Desktop CO2 Monitor
## Description
The CO2Mini (model RAD-0301) desktop CO2 monitor from CO2meter.com is a
low-cost, fairly accurate personal CO2 environment monitor that can work
standalone (via a USB power brick) or be attacked to a computer where it
can be both powered and act as a datalogger. Tools are provided to
retrieve temperature and CO2 readings from such devices.
### NOTE
For the moment, this is hard-wired for macOS. File an issue if you want
linux support. For Windows users, please use a better operating system.
## What’s Inside The Tin
The following functions are implemented:
- `read_co2`: Initialize, read from, and close a co2meter.com device
## Installation
``` r
remotes::install_git("https://git.rud.is/hrbrmstr/co2meter.git")
# or
remotes::install_gitlab("hrbrmstr/co2meter")
# or
remotes::install_bitbucket("hrbrmstr/co2meter")
# or
remotes::install_github("hrbrmstr/co2meter")
```
NOTE: To use the ‘remotes’ install options you will need to have the
[{remotes} package](https://github.com/r-lib/remotes) installed.
## Usage
``` r
library(co2meter)
# current version
packageVersion("co2")
## [1] '0.1.0'
```
``` r
init_co2_meter_dev()
print(read_co2()) # this can take a few seconds
## $temp
## [1] 20.475
##
## $co2
## [1] 667
print(read_co2()) # this can take a few seconds
## $temp
## [1] 20.475
##
## $co2
## [1] 667
print(read_co2()) # this can take a few seconds
## $temp
## [1] 20.475
##
## $co2
## [1] 668
close_dev()
```
## co2 Metrics
| Lang | \# Files | (%) | LoC | (%) | Blank lines | (%) | \# Lines | (%) |
|:-------------|---------:|-----:|-----:|-----:|------------:|-----:|---------:|-----:|
| C | 3 | 0.15 | 1116 | 0.45 | 300 | 0.33 | 221 | 0.17 |
| C/C++ Header | 3 | 0.15 | 104 | 0.04 | 123 | 0.14 | 354 | 0.28 |
| R | 3 | 0.15 | 13 | 0.01 | 4 | 0.00 | 26 | 0.02 |
| Rmd | 1 | 0.05 | 13 | 0.01 | 22 | 0.02 | 32 | 0.03 |
| SUM | 10 | 0.50 | 1246 | 0.50 | 449 | 0.50 | 633 | 0.50 |
clock Package Metrics for co2meter
## Code of Conduct
Please note that this project is released with a Contributor Code of
Conduct. By participating in this project you agree to abide by its
terms.

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Version: 1.0
RestoreWorkspace: Default
SaveWorkspace: Default
AlwaysSaveHistory: Default
EnableCodeIndexing: Yes
UseSpacesForTab: Yes
NumSpacesForTab: 2
Encoding: UTF-8
RnwWeave: Sweave
LaTeX: pdfLaTeX
StripTrailingWhitespace: Yes
BuildType: Package
PackageUseDevtools: Yes
PackageInstallArgs: --no-multiarch --with-keep.source
PackageBuildArgs: --resave-data
PackageRoxygenize: rd,collate,namespace

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# Placeholder with simple test
expect_equal(1 + 1, 2)

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% Generated by roxygen2: do not edit by hand
% Please edit documentation in R/co2-package.R
\docType{package}
\name{co2meter}
\alias{co2meter}
\alias{co2meter-package}
\title{Retrieve Readings from CO2Mini (Model RAD-0301) Desktop CO2 Monitor}
\description{
The CO2Mini (model RAD-0301) desktop CO2 monitor from CO2meter.com
is a low-cost, fairly accurate personal CO2 environment monitor that
can work standalone (via a USB power brick) or be attacked to a computer
where it can be both powered and act as a datalogger. Tools are provided
to retrieve temperature and CO2 readings from such devices.
}
\seealso{
Useful links:
\itemize{
\item \url{https://git.rud.is/hrbrmstr/co2meter}
\item Report bugs at \url{https://git.rud.is/hrbrmstr/co2meter/issues}
}
}
\author{
Bob Rudis (bob@rud.is)
}
\keyword{internal}

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% Generated by roxygen2: do not edit by hand
% Please edit documentation in R/wrappers.R
\name{read_co2}
\alias{read_co2}
\alias{close_dev}
\alias{init_co2_meter_dev}
\title{Initialize, read from, and close a co2meter.com device}
\usage{
read_co2()
close_dev()
init_co2_meter_dev()
}
\value{
\code{\link[=get_readings]{get_readings()}} returns a named list containing ambient temperature (°C) and CO2 (ppm)
}
\description{
Initialize, read from, and close a co2meter.com device
}
\examples{
\dontrun{
init_co2_meter_dev()
read_co2()
close_dev()
}
}

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PKG_CPPFLAGS=
PKG_LIBS=
all: clean
clean:
rm -Rf $(SHLIB) $(OBJECTS)

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/*
* co2mon - programming interface to CO2 sensor.
* Copyright (C) 2015 Oleg Bulatov <oleg@bulatov.me>
*
* This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
* it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
* the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
* (at your option) any later version.
*
* This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
* but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
* MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
* GNU General Public License for more details.
*
* You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
* along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
*/
// https://github.com/dmage/co2mon
#include <R.h>
#include <Rinternals.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdbool.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include "co2mon.h"
#define CODE_TAMB 0x42 /* Ambient Temperature */
#define CODE_CNTR 0x50 /* Relative Concentration of CO2 */
#define VALUE_MAX 20
int print_unknown = 0;
int decode_data = 1;
struct co2mon_state {
uint16_t data[256];
uint8_t seen[32];
time_t heatbeat;
unsigned int deverr;
};
int co2mon_init(int decode) {
int r = hid_init();
if (r < 0) fprintf(stderr, "hid_init: error\n");
decode_data = decode;
return r;
}
void co2mon_exit(void) { if (hid_exit() < 0) fprintf(stderr, "hid_exit: error\n"); }
hid_device *co2mon_open_device(void) {
hid_device *dev = hid_open(VENDOR_ID, PRODUCT_ID, NULL);
if (!dev) fprintf(stderr, "hid_open: error\n");
return dev;
}
hid_device *co2mon_open_device_path(const char *path) {
hid_device *dev = hid_open_path(path);
if (!dev) fprintf(stderr, "hid_open_path: error\n");
return dev;
}
void co2mon_close_device(hid_device *dev) { hid_close(dev); }
int co2mon_device_path(hid_device *dev, char *str, size_t maxlen) {
str[0] = '\0';
return 1;
}
int co2mon_send_magic_table(hid_device *dev, co2mon_data_t magic_table) {
int r = hid_send_feature_report(dev, magic_table, sizeof(co2mon_data_t));
if (r < 0 || r != sizeof(co2mon_data_t)) {
fprintf(stderr, "hid_send_feature_report: error\n");
return 0;
}
return 1;
}
static void swap_char(unsigned char *a, unsigned char *b) {
unsigned char tmp = *a;
*a = *b;
*b = tmp;
}
static void decode_buf(co2mon_data_t result, co2mon_data_t buf, co2mon_data_t magic_table) {
if (decode_data) {
swap_char(&buf[0], &buf[2]);
swap_char(&buf[1], &buf[4]);
swap_char(&buf[3], &buf[7]);
swap_char(&buf[5], &buf[6]);
for (int i = 0; i < 8; ++i) buf[i] ^= magic_table[i];
unsigned char tmp = (buf[7] << 5);
result[7] = (buf[6] << 5) | (buf[7] >> 3);
result[6] = (buf[5] << 5) | (buf[6] >> 3);
result[5] = (buf[4] << 5) | (buf[5] >> 3);
result[4] = (buf[3] << 5) | (buf[4] >> 3);
result[3] = (buf[2] << 5) | (buf[3] >> 3);
result[2] = (buf[1] << 5) | (buf[2] >> 3);
result[1] = (buf[0] << 5) | (buf[1] >> 3);
result[0] = tmp | (buf[0] >> 3);
const unsigned char magic_word[8] = "Htemp99e";
for (int i = 0; i < 8; ++i) result[i] -= (magic_word[i] << 4) | (magic_word[i] >> 4);
} else memcpy(result, buf, 8);
}
int co2mon_read_data(hid_device *dev, co2mon_data_t magic_table, co2mon_data_t result) {
co2mon_data_t data = { 0 };
int actual_length = hid_read_timeout(dev, data, sizeof(co2mon_data_t), 5000 /* milliseconds */);
if (actual_length < 0) {
fprintf(stderr, "hid_read_timeout: error\n");
return actual_length;
}
if (actual_length != sizeof(co2mon_data_t)) {
fprintf(stderr, "hid_read_timeout: transferred %d bytes, expected %lu bytes\n", actual_length, (unsigned long)sizeof(co2mon_data_t));
return 0;
}
decode_buf(result, data, magic_table);
return actual_length;
}
static double decode_temperature(uint16_t w) { return (double)w * 0.0625 - 273.15; }
static int write_value(const char *name, const char *value) { return(1); }
static void write_heartbeat() {
char buf[VALUE_MAX];
const time_t now = time(0);
snprintf(buf, VALUE_MAX, "%lld", (long long)now);
write_value("heartbeat", buf);
}
void dev_loop_init(co2mon_device dev) {
co2mon_data_t magic_table = { 0 };
if (!co2mon_send_magic_table(dev, magic_table)) {
fprintf(stderr, "Unable to send magic table to CO2 device\n");
return;
}
}
reading read_one(co2mon_device dev) {
co2mon_data_t magic_table = { 0 };
co2mon_data_t result;
reading out = { -99, other };
int r = co2mon_read_data(dev, magic_table, result);
if (r <= 0) {
// fprintf(stderr, "Error while reading data from device\n");
out.message = DeviceReadError;
return(out);
}
if (result[4] != 0x0d) {
// fprintf(stderr, "Unexpected data from device (data[4] = %02hhx, want 0x0d)\n", result[4]);
out.message = UnexpectedData;
return(out);
}
unsigned char r0, r1, r2, r3, checksum;
r0 = result[0];
r1 = result[1];
r2 = result[2];
r3 = result[3];
checksum = r0 + r1 + r2;
if (checksum != r3) {
// fprintf(stderr, "checksum error (%02hhx, await %02hhx)\n", checksum, r3);
out.message = ChecksumError;
return(out);
}
// char buf[VALUE_MAX];
uint16_t w = (result[1] << 8) + result[2];
switch (r0) {
case CODE_TAMB:
// snprintf(buf, VALUE_MAX, "%.4f", decode_temperature(w));
// printf("Tamb\t%s\n", buf);
// fflush(stdout);
write_heartbeat();
out.sensor = temperature;
out.value = decode_temperature(w);
out.message = OK;
return(out);
break;
case CODE_CNTR:
if ((unsigned)w > 3000) { // Avoid reading spurious (uninitialized?) data
break;
}
// snprintf(buf, VALUE_MAX, "%d", (int)w);
// printf("CntR\t%s\n", buf);
// fflush(stdout);
write_heartbeat();
out.sensor = CO2;
out.message = OK;
out.value = (uint16_t)w;
break;
default:
out.message = UnexpectedData;
if (print_unknown) {
printf("0x%02hhx\t%d\n", r0, (int)w);
fflush(stdout);
}
}
return(out);
}
void device_loop(co2mon_device dev) {
co2mon_data_t magic_table = { 0 };
co2mon_data_t result;
if (!co2mon_send_magic_table(dev, magic_table)) {
fprintf(stderr, "Unable to send magic table to CO2 device\n");
return;
}
while (1) {
fprintf(stderr, "Loop\n");
int r = co2mon_read_data(dev, magic_table, result);
if (r <= 0) {
fprintf(stderr, "Error while reading data from device\n");
break;
}
if (result[4] != 0x0d) {
fprintf(stderr, "Unexpected data from device (data[4] = %02hhx, want 0x0d)\n", result[4]);
continue;
}
unsigned char r0, r1, r2, r3, checksum;
r0 = result[0];
r1 = result[1];
r2 = result[2];
r3 = result[3];
checksum = r0 + r1 + r2;
if (checksum != r3) {
fprintf(stderr, "checksum error (%02hhx, await %02hhx)\n", checksum, r3);
continue;
}
char buf[VALUE_MAX];
uint16_t w = (result[1] << 8) + result[2];
switch (r0) {
case CODE_TAMB:
snprintf(buf, VALUE_MAX, "%.4f", decode_temperature(w));
printf("Tamb\t%s\n", buf);
fflush(stdout);
write_heartbeat();
break;
case CODE_CNTR:
if ((unsigned)w > 3000) { // Avoid reading spurious (uninitialized?) data
break;
}
snprintf(buf, VALUE_MAX, "%d", (int)w);
printf("CntR\t%s\n", buf);
fflush(stdout);
write_heartbeat();
break;
default:
if (print_unknown) {
printf("0x%02hhx\t%d\n", r0, (int)w);
fflush(stdout);
}
}
}
}
co2mon_device dev;
SEXP int_init_dev() {
co2mon_init(0);
dev = co2mon_open_device();
return(R_NilValue);
}
SEXP int_close_dev() {
co2mon_close_device(dev);
co2mon_exit();
return(R_NilValue);
}
SEXP int_get_readings() {
reading rdng, temp, co2;
bool have_temp = false;
bool have_co2 = false;
for (int i=0; i<=100; i++) {
rdng = read_one(dev);
if (rdng.message == OK) {
if (rdng.sensor == temperature) {
have_temp = true;
temp = rdng;
} else if (rdng.sensor == CO2) {
have_co2 = true;
co2 = rdng;
}
}
if (have_temp && have_co2) {
break;
}
}
if (have_temp && have_co2) {
const char *names[] = {"temp", "co2", ""};
SEXP out = PROTECT(Rf_mkNamed(VECSXP, names));
SEXP rtemp = PROTECT(allocVector(REALSXP, 1));
SEXP rco2 = PROTECT(allocVector(INTSXP, 1));
REAL(rtemp)[0] = temp.value;
INTEGER(rco2)[0] = (int)co2.value;
SET_VECTOR_ELT(out, 0, rtemp);
SET_VECTOR_ELT(out, 1, rco2);
UNPROTECT(3);
return(out);
} else {
return(R_NilValue);
}
}

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/*
* co2mon - programming interface to CO2 sensor.
* Copyright (C) 2015 Oleg Bulatov <oleg@bulatov.me>
*
* This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
* it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
* the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
* (at your option) any later version.
*
* This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
* but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
* MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
* GNU General Public License for more details.
*
* You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
* along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
*/
#ifndef CO2MON_H_INCLUDED_
#define CO2MON_H_INCLUDED_
#include "hidapi.h"
#define VENDOR_ID 0x04d9
#define PRODUCT_ID 0xa052
typedef hid_device *co2mon_device;
typedef unsigned char co2mon_data_t[8];
typedef enum {
temperature = 10,
CO2 = 20,
other = 99
} sensor_type;
typedef enum {
DeviceReadError = 10,
UnexpectedData = 20,
ChecksumError = 30,
UnknownData = 40,
OK = 50
} message;
typedef struct {
double value;
sensor_type sensor;
message message;
} reading;
extern int co2mon_init(int);
extern void co2mon_exit(void);
extern co2mon_device co2mon_open_device(void);
extern co2mon_device co2mon_open_device_path(const char *path);
extern reading read_one(co2mon_device dev);
extern void dev_loop_init(co2mon_device dev);
extern void co2mon_close_device(co2mon_device dev);
extern int co2mon_device_path(co2mon_device dev, char *str, size_t maxlen);
extern int co2mon_send_magic_table(co2mon_device dev, co2mon_data_t magic_table);
extern int co2mon_read_data(co2mon_device dev, co2mon_data_t magic_table, co2mon_data_t result);
#endif

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/*
* co2mon - programming interface to CO2 sensor.
* Copyright (C) 2015 Oleg Bulatov <oleg@bulatov.me>
*
* This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
* it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
* the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
* (at your option) any later version.
*
* This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
* but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
* MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
* GNU General Public License for more details.
*
* You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
* along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
*/
#ifndef CO2_MON_CONFIG_H_INCLUDED_
#define CO2_MON_CONFIG_H_INCLUDED_
/* #undef HAVE_LIBUSB_STRERROR */
#endif

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/*******************************************************
HIDAPI - Multi-Platform library for
communication with HID devices.
Alan Ott
Signal 11 Software
8/22/2009
Copyright 2009, All Rights Reserved.
At the discretion of the user of this library,
this software may be licensed under the terms of the
GNU General Public License v3, a BSD-Style license, or the
original HIDAPI license as outlined in the LICENSE.txt,
LICENSE-gpl3.txt, LICENSE-bsd.txt, and LICENSE-orig.txt
files located at the root of the source distribution.
These files may also be found in the public source
code repository located at:
https://github.com/libusb/hidapi .
********************************************************/
/** @file
* @defgroup API hidapi API
*/
#ifndef HIDAPI_H__
#define HIDAPI_H__
#include <wchar.h>
#ifdef _WIN32
#define HID_API_EXPORT __declspec(dllexport)
#define HID_API_CALL
#else
#define HID_API_EXPORT /**< API export macro */
#define HID_API_CALL /**< API call macro */
#endif
#define HID_API_EXPORT_CALL HID_API_EXPORT HID_API_CALL /**< API export and call macro*/
/** @brief Static/compile-time major version of the library.
@ingroup API
*/
#define HID_API_VERSION_MAJOR 0
/** @brief Static/compile-time minor version of the library.
@ingroup API
*/
#define HID_API_VERSION_MINOR 10
/** @brief Static/compile-time patch version of the library.
@ingroup API
*/
#define HID_API_VERSION_PATCH 1
/* Helper macros */
#define HID_API_AS_STR_IMPL(x) #x
#define HID_API_AS_STR(x) HID_API_AS_STR_IMPL(x)
#define HID_API_TO_VERSION_STR(v1, v2, v3) HID_API_AS_STR(v1.v2.v3)
/** @brief Static/compile-time string version of the library.
@ingroup API
*/
#define HID_API_VERSION_STR HID_API_TO_VERSION_STR(HID_API_VERSION_MAJOR, HID_API_VERSION_MINOR, HID_API_VERSION_PATCH)
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif
struct hid_api_version {
int major;
int minor;
int patch;
};
struct hid_device_;
typedef struct hid_device_ hid_device; /**< opaque hidapi structure */
/** hidapi info structure */
struct hid_device_info {
/** Platform-specific device path */
char *path;
/** Device Vendor ID */
unsigned short vendor_id;
/** Device Product ID */
unsigned short product_id;
/** Serial Number */
wchar_t *serial_number;
/** Device Release Number in binary-coded decimal,
also known as Device Version Number */
unsigned short release_number;
/** Manufacturer String */
wchar_t *manufacturer_string;
/** Product string */
wchar_t *product_string;
/** Usage Page for this Device/Interface
(Windows/Mac/hidraw only) */
unsigned short usage_page;
/** Usage for this Device/Interface
(Windows/Mac/hidraw only) */
unsigned short usage;
/** The USB interface which this logical device
represents.
* Valid on both Linux implementations in all cases.
* Valid on the Windows implementation only if the device
contains more than one interface.
* Valid on the Mac implementation if and only if the device
is a USB HID device. */
int interface_number;
/** Pointer to the next device */
struct hid_device_info *next;
};
/** @brief Initialize the HIDAPI library.
This function initializes the HIDAPI library. Calling it is not
strictly necessary, as it will be called automatically by
hid_enumerate() and any of the hid_open_*() functions if it is
needed. This function should be called at the beginning of
execution however, if there is a chance of HIDAPI handles
being opened by different threads simultaneously.
@ingroup API
@returns
This function returns 0 on success and -1 on error.
*/
int HID_API_EXPORT HID_API_CALL hid_init(void);
/** @brief Finalize the HIDAPI library.
This function frees all of the static data associated with
HIDAPI. It should be called at the end of execution to avoid
memory leaks.
@ingroup API
@returns
This function returns 0 on success and -1 on error.
*/
int HID_API_EXPORT HID_API_CALL hid_exit(void);
/** @brief Enumerate the HID Devices.
This function returns a linked list of all the HID devices
attached to the system which match vendor_id and product_id.
If @p vendor_id is set to 0 then any vendor matches.
If @p product_id is set to 0 then any product matches.
If @p vendor_id and @p product_id are both set to 0, then
all HID devices will be returned.
@ingroup API
@param vendor_id The Vendor ID (VID) of the types of device
to open.
@param product_id The Product ID (PID) of the types of
device to open.
@returns
This function returns a pointer to a linked list of type
struct #hid_device_info, containing information about the HID devices
attached to the system, or NULL in the case of failure. Free
this linked list by calling hid_free_enumeration().
*/
struct hid_device_info HID_API_EXPORT * HID_API_CALL hid_enumerate(unsigned short vendor_id, unsigned short product_id);
/** @brief Free an enumeration Linked List
This function frees a linked list created by hid_enumerate().
@ingroup API
@param devs Pointer to a list of struct_device returned from
hid_enumerate().
*/
void HID_API_EXPORT HID_API_CALL hid_free_enumeration(struct hid_device_info *devs);
/** @brief Open a HID device using a Vendor ID (VID), Product ID
(PID) and optionally a serial number.
If @p serial_number is NULL, the first device with the
specified VID and PID is opened.
This function sets the return value of hid_error().
@ingroup API
@param vendor_id The Vendor ID (VID) of the device to open.
@param product_id The Product ID (PID) of the device to open.
@param serial_number The Serial Number of the device to open
(Optionally NULL).
@returns
This function returns a pointer to a #hid_device object on
success or NULL on failure.
*/
HID_API_EXPORT hid_device * HID_API_CALL hid_open(unsigned short vendor_id, unsigned short product_id, const wchar_t *serial_number);
/** @brief Open a HID device by its path name.
The path name be determined by calling hid_enumerate(), or a
platform-specific path name can be used (eg: /dev/hidraw0 on
Linux).
This function sets the return value of hid_error().
@ingroup API
@param path The path name of the device to open
@returns
This function returns a pointer to a #hid_device object on
success or NULL on failure.
*/
HID_API_EXPORT hid_device * HID_API_CALL hid_open_path(const char *path);
/** @brief Write an Output report to a HID device.
The first byte of @p data[] must contain the Report ID. For
devices which only support a single report, this must be set
to 0x0. The remaining bytes contain the report data. Since
the Report ID is mandatory, calls to hid_write() will always
contain one more byte than the report contains. For example,
if a hid report is 16 bytes long, 17 bytes must be passed to
hid_write(), the Report ID (or 0x0, for devices with a
single report), followed by the report data (16 bytes). In
this example, the length passed in would be 17.
hid_write() will send the data on the first OUT endpoint, if
one exists. If it does not, it will send the data through
the Control Endpoint (Endpoint 0).
This function sets the return value of hid_error().
@ingroup API
@param dev A device handle returned from hid_open().
@param data The data to send, including the report number as
the first byte.
@param length The length in bytes of the data to send.
@returns
This function returns the actual number of bytes written and
-1 on error.
*/
int HID_API_EXPORT HID_API_CALL hid_write(hid_device *dev, const unsigned char *data, size_t length);
/** @brief Read an Input report from a HID device with timeout.
Input reports are returned
to the host through the INTERRUPT IN endpoint. The first byte will
contain the Report number if the device uses numbered reports.
This function sets the return value of hid_error().
@ingroup API
@param dev A device handle returned from hid_open().
@param data A buffer to put the read data into.
@param length The number of bytes to read. For devices with
multiple reports, make sure to read an extra byte for
the report number.
@param milliseconds timeout in milliseconds or -1 for blocking wait.
@returns
This function returns the actual number of bytes read and
-1 on error. If no packet was available to be read within
the timeout period, this function returns 0.
*/
int HID_API_EXPORT HID_API_CALL hid_read_timeout(hid_device *dev, unsigned char *data, size_t length, int milliseconds);
/** @brief Read an Input report from a HID device.
Input reports are returned
to the host through the INTERRUPT IN endpoint. The first byte will
contain the Report number if the device uses numbered reports.
This function sets the return value of hid_error().
@ingroup API
@param dev A device handle returned from hid_open().
@param data A buffer to put the read data into.
@param length The number of bytes to read. For devices with
multiple reports, make sure to read an extra byte for
the report number.
@returns
This function returns the actual number of bytes read and
-1 on error. If no packet was available to be read and
the handle is in non-blocking mode, this function returns 0.
*/
int HID_API_EXPORT HID_API_CALL hid_read(hid_device *dev, unsigned char *data, size_t length);
/** @brief Set the device handle to be non-blocking.
In non-blocking mode calls to hid_read() will return
immediately with a value of 0 if there is no data to be
read. In blocking mode, hid_read() will wait (block) until
there is data to read before returning.
Nonblocking can be turned on and off at any time.
@ingroup API
@param dev A device handle returned from hid_open().
@param nonblock enable or not the nonblocking reads
- 1 to enable nonblocking
- 0 to disable nonblocking.
@returns
This function returns 0 on success and -1 on error.
*/
int HID_API_EXPORT HID_API_CALL hid_set_nonblocking(hid_device *dev, int nonblock);
/** @brief Send a Feature report to the device.
Feature reports are sent over the Control endpoint as a
Set_Report transfer. The first byte of @p data[] must
contain the Report ID. For devices which only support a