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commit 94ba2e5a9f9c01b015b447554bfee99f5bcee032
parent 77399bfe515f4dde5cb6c08dbc466ac1aa77cda3
Author: DidierLoiseau <didierloiseau+github@gmail.com>
Date:   Fri, 18 Jan 2019 02:28:33 +0100

Defined IS_(HOST_)LED_ON/OFF() and improved LED documentation (#4853)

* Defined IS_(HOST_)LED_ON/OFF() and improved LED documentation

* Update docs/custom_quantum_functions.md

Co-Authored-By: DidierLoiseau <didierloiseau+github@gmail.com>

* Update docs/custom_quantum_functions.md

Co-Authored-By: DidierLoiseau <didierloiseau+github@gmail.com>

* Integrated @drashna and @fauxpark's PR comments

- changed all plurals of "LED" to "LEDs" in the file
- rewording of the note about host_keyboard_leds() vs. led_set_user()

* Update docs/custom_quantum_functions.md

Co-Authored-By: DidierLoiseau <didierloiseau+github@gmail.com>

Diffstat:
docs/custom_quantum_functions.md | 54++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++--------
tmk_core/common/host.h | 6++++++
2 files changed, 52 insertions(+), 8 deletions(-)

diff --git a/docs/custom_quantum_functions.md b/docs/custom_quantum_functions.md @@ -90,7 +90,7 @@ keyrecord_t record { # LED Control -This allows you to control the 5 LED's defined as part of the USB Keyboard spec. It will be called when the state of one of those 5 LEDs changes. +QMK provides methods to read the 5 LEDs defined as part of the HID spec: * `USB_LED_NUM_LOCK` * `USB_LED_CAPS_LOCK` @@ -98,31 +98,46 @@ This allows you to control the 5 LED's defined as part of the USB Keyboard spec. * `USB_LED_COMPOSE` * `USB_LED_KANA` +These five constants correspond to the positional bits of the host LED state. +There are two ways to get the host LED state: + +* by implementing `led_set_user()` +* by calling `host_keyboard_leds()` + +## `led_set_user()` + +This function will be called when the state of one of those 5 LEDs changes. +It receives the LED state as parameter. +Use the `IS_LED_ON(USB_LED, LED_NAME)` and `IS_LED_OFF(USB_LED, LED_NAME)` +macros to check the LED status. + +!> `host_keyboard_leds()` may already reflect a new value before `led_set_user()` is called. + ### Example `led_set_user()` Implementation ```c void led_set_user(uint8_t usb_led) { - if (usb_led & (1<<USB_LED_NUM_LOCK)) { + if (IS_LED_ON(usb_led, USB_LED_NUM_LOCK)) { PORTB |= (1<<0); } else { PORTB &= ~(1<<0); } - if (usb_led & (1<<USB_LED_CAPS_LOCK)) { + if (IS_LED_ON(usb_led, USB_LED_CAPS_LOCK)) { PORTB |= (1<<1); } else { PORTB &= ~(1<<1); } - if (usb_led & (1<<USB_LED_SCROLL_LOCK)) { + if (IS_LED_ON(usb_led, USB_LED_SCROLL_LOCK)) { PORTB |= (1<<2); } else { PORTB &= ~(1<<2); } - if (usb_led & (1<<USB_LED_COMPOSE)) { + if (IS_LED_ON(usb_led, USB_LED_COMPOSE)) { PORTB |= (1<<3); } else { PORTB &= ~(1<<3); } - if (usb_led & (1<<USB_LED_KANA)) { + if (IS_LED_ON(usb_led, USB_LED_KANA)) { PORTB |= (1<<4); } else { PORTB &= ~(1<<4); @@ -135,10 +150,33 @@ void led_set_user(uint8_t usb_led) { * Keyboard/Revision: `void led_set_kb(uint8_t usb_led)` * Keymap: `void led_set_user(uint8_t usb_led)` +## `host_keyboard_leds()` + +Call this function to get the last received LED state. +This is useful for reading the LED state outside `led_set_*`, e.g. in [`matrix_scan_user()`](#matrix-scanning-code). + +For convenience, you can use the `IS_HOST_LED_ON(LED_NAME)` and `IS_HOST_LED_OFF(LED_NAME)` macros instead of calling `host_keyboard_leds()` directly. + +## Setting physical LED state + +Some keyboard implementations provide convenience methods for setting the state of the physical LEDs. + +### Ergodox and Ergodox EZ + +The Ergodox EZ implementation provides `ergodox_right_led_``1`/`2`/`3_on`/`off()` +to turn individual LEDs on and off, as well as +`ergodox_right_led_on`/`off(uint8_t led)` +to turn them on and off by their number. + +In addition, it is possible to specify the brightness level with `ergodox_led_all_set(uint8_t n)`, +for individual LEDs with `ergodox_right_led_1`/`2`/`3_set(uint8_t n)` +or by their number using `ergodox_right_led_set(uint8_t led, uint8_t n)`. + +It defines `LED_BRIGHTNESS_LO` for the lowest brightness and `LED_BRIGHTNESS_HI` for the highest brightness, which is also the default. # Matrix Initialization Code -Before a keyboard can be used the hardware must be initialized. QMK handles initialization of the keyboard matrix itself, but if you have other hardware like LED's or i&#xb2;c controllers you will need to set up that hardware before it can be used. +Before a keyboard can be used the hardware must be initialized. QMK handles initialization of the keyboard matrix itself, but if you have other hardware like LEDs or i&#xb2;c controllers you will need to set up that hardware before it can be used. ### Example `matrix_init_user()` Implementation @@ -176,7 +214,7 @@ This example has been deliberately omitted. You should understand enough about Q This function gets called at every matrix scan, which is basically as often as the MCU can handle. Be careful what you put here, as it will get run a lot. -You should use this function if you need custom matrix scanning code. It can also be used for custom status output (such as LED's or a display) or other functionality that you want to trigger regularly even when the user isn't typing. +You should use this function if you need custom matrix scanning code. It can also be used for custom status output (such as LEDs or a display) or other functionality that you want to trigger regularly even when the user isn't typing. # Keyboard Idling/Wake Code diff --git a/tmk_core/common/host.h b/tmk_core/common/host.h @@ -46,6 +46,12 @@ void host_consumer_send(uint16_t data); uint16_t host_last_system_report(void); uint16_t host_last_consumer_report(void); +#define IS_LED_ON(USB_LED, LED_NAME) ((USB_LED) & (1 << (LED_NAME))) +#define IS_LED_OFF(USB_LED, LED_NAME) (~(USB_LED) & (1 << (LED_NAME))) + +#define IS_HOST_LED_ON(LED_NAME) IS_LED_ON(host_keyboard_leds(), (LED_NAME)) +#define IS_HOST_LED_OFF(LED_NAME) IS_LED_OFF(host_keyboard_leds(), (LED_NAME)) + #ifdef __cplusplus } #endif