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commit d04485e32c58503eae857a2b0b8b84ecc2d2880e
parent f61c99fdda6b05a64b06b718fbb0ff5db71d8bfd
Author: Samuel Jahnke <118westmaine@gmail.com>
Date:   Fri, 15 Feb 2019 06:49:02 -0800

Add samuel's literate keymap file for planck (#4998)

* added my own keymap

* changed thing

* updated keymap Samuel

* updated laypout for better one handed use

* updated stuff I want

* happy with my lagout

* formatting

* Added new literate config

* made everything nice

* cleaned

* fixed spelling and two small bugs in macros

* Made press and lift function for modifiers

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keyboards/planck/keymaps/samuel/README.org | 431+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
keyboards/planck/keymaps/samuel/config.h | 1+
keyboards/planck/keymaps/samuel/keymap.c | 245+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
3 files changed, 677 insertions(+), 0 deletions(-)

diff --git a/keyboards/planck/keymaps/samuel/README.org b/keyboards/planck/keymaps/samuel/README.org @@ -0,0 +1,431 @@ +#+Title: Samuel's Literate QMK Config +#+PROPERTY: header-args :tangle ~/qmk_firmware/keyboards/planck/keymaps/samuel/keymap.c + +This is my qmk firmware for my keyboard. I grew tired of organizing the keycode +array in plain text so I made it a literate .org file. I've never done this +before, so bear with me. + +* Keymap + +#+BEGIN_COMMENT +#+NAME: empty-layer +| <6> | <6> | <6> | <6> | <6> | <6> | <6> | <6> | <6> | <6> | <6> | <6> | +|--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------| +| - | - | - | - | - | - | - | - | - | - | - | - | +| - | - | - | - | - | - | - | - | - | - | - | - | +| - | - | - | - | - | - | - | - | - | - | - | - | +| - | - | - | - | - | - | - | - | - | - | - | - | +|--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------+--------| +#+END_COMMENT + +This is my "pretty" org mode organized table for my main dvorak layer. If you +don't use org mode, it won't be that exiting, but if you enjoy working in org +mode, you can edit this table directly, and this file is tangled to the actual +keymap. No more organizing spaces or converting to and from comments. + +#+NAME: home-layer +|--------+--------+------+------+------+-----+-----+-----+------+-------+--------+--------| +| T_LRSE | QUOT | COMM | DOT | P | Y | F | G | C | R | L | T_RRSE | +| T_LSFT | A | O | E | U | I | D | H | T | N | S | T_RSFT | +| T_LCTL | SCLN | Q | J | K | X | B | M | W | V | Z | T_RCTL | +| T_LGUI | T_LALT | UP | DOWN | BSPC | TAB | ENT | SPC | LEFT | RIGHT | T_RALT | T_RGUI | +|--------+--------+------+------+------+-----+-----+-----+------+-------+--------+--------| + +I tried to keep my layout bare bones, just what would be available on a normal +keyboard, minus some keys I never used. The bottom left copies a normal +keyboards symbols from shifted numbers, and the rest is placed where convenient, +with some considerations for one handed use, hence the shortcuts in the top +left. + +#+TODO: qwerty layer for ma friends + +#+NAME: secondary-layer +|----+--------+--------+--------+--------+------+------+----+--------+--------+-----+----| +| -- | EZUNDO | EZCOPY | EZCUT | EZPSTE | INS | EQL | 7 | 8 | 9 | F11 | -- | +| -- | ESC | CAPS | PGUP | PGDN | F4 | ASTR | 4 | 5 | 6 | 0 | -- | +| -- | EXLM | AT | HASH | DLR | PERC | CIRC | 1 | 2 | 3 | F12 | -- | +| -- | -- | EZUP | EZDOWN | -- | AMPR | PIPE | -- | EZLEFT | EZRGHT | -- | -- | +|----+--------+--------+--------+--------+------+------+----+--------+--------+-----+----| + +But wait, we are missing several important keys!? yes, well, the modifier keys +all do other keys when tapped. More about that in the keymap section. + +* Keymap Conversion in Python + +This python can convert that table into the array needed for the keymap file. It +simply prepends every key with "KC_". I used to use a dictionary to convert some +keys from the table into qmk keycodes, but the double convertion was +unneccessary so I simply prepended all my macros with KC and moved all the +implementation to the `process-user-input` function. + +#+NAME:layer-to-array +#+BEGIN_SRC python :var keys=secondary-layer :tangle no +results = "{" +row = 0 +while row < len(keys): + results += '{ ' + key = 0 + while key < len(keys[row]): + keyName = str(keys[row][key]) + if keyName == '--': + keyName = 'TRANSPARENT' + results += 'KC_' + keyName + if key != 11: + results += ', ' + key+=1 + results += '}' + if row != 3: + results += ',' + results += '\n' + row+=1 +results += '},\n' +return results +#+END_SRC + +* keymap.c + +Now that we have done all the hard work, lets layout our keymap file then define +our macros. + +** Headers And Layer Declaration + +#+BEGIN_SRC C :noweb yes +#include QMK_KEYBOARD_H + +extern keymap_config_t keymap_config; + +static uint16_t tap_timers[10] = { 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0}; + +char last_mod = -1; + +enum planck_layers { + _DVORAK, + _RISE +}; + +// where the 'T_' communicates how the key does something different when tapped. +enum planck_keycodes { + DVORAK = SAFE_RANGE, + KC_T_LALT, + KC_T_RALT, + KC_T_LGUI, + KC_T_RGUI, + KC_T_LCTL, + KC_T_RCTL, + KC_T_LSFT, + KC_T_RSFT, + KC_T_LRSE, + KC_T_RRSE, + KC_EZRGHT, + KC_EZLEFT, + KC_EZUP, + KC_EZDOWN, + KC_EZUNDO, + KC_EZCOPY, + KC_EZCUT, + KC_EZPSTE +}; + +const uint16_t PROGMEM keymaps[][MATRIX_ROWS][MATRIX_COLS] = { + +#+END_SRC + +** Import Key table + +#+BEGIN_SRC C :noweb yes +[_DVORAK] = + +#+END_SRC + +#+BEGIN_SRC C :noweb yes +<<layer-to-array(home-layer)>> + +#+END_SRC + +#+BEGIN_SRC C :noweb yes +[_RISE] = + +#+END_SRC + +#+BEGIN_SRC C :noweb yes +<<layer-to-array(secondary-layer)>> + +#+END_SRC + +** Process User Input +*** Tap Key Functionality + +These methods define how I implemented the tap mechanic. Basically, I believe +that /pressing/ any other key should be grounds for the hold functionality to be +assumed. My natuaral typing style experiences no delays from my method. + +#+BEGIN_SRC C :noweb yes +}; + +void mod_press(uint16_t hold_code, int id) { + tap_timers[id] = timer_read(); + last_mod = id; + register_code(hold_code); +} + +void mod_lift(uint16_t tap_code, uint16_t hold_code, int id) { + unregister_code(hold_code); + if (last_mod == id && timer_elapsed(tap_timers[id]) < TAPPING_TERM) { + tap_code16(tap_code); + last_mod = -1; + } +} + +#+END_SRC + +*** Set DVORAK layout + +The function that filter's user inputs and applies macros, the begginning is +pretty basic, setting our main layer and configuring our secondary layer. + +#+BEGIN_SRC C :noweb yes +bool process_record_user(uint16_t keycode, keyrecord_t *record) { + switch (keycode) { + case DVORAK: + if (record->event.pressed) { + set_single_persistent_default_layer(_DVORAK); + } + return false; + break; + +#+END_SRC + +*** Alt and () + +Left and right alt are ( and ) when tapped. I put them on alt instead of a more +conveniant key like control because parentheses do not need to be shift modified +ever, unlike some other tap keys seen in the next sections. + +#+BEGIN_SRC C :noweb yes +case KC_T_LALT: +if (record->event.pressed) { + mod_press(KC_LALT, 0); + } else { + mod_lift(S(KC_9), KC_LALT, 0); + } +return false; +break; +case KC_T_RALT: +if (record->event.pressed) { + mod_press(KC_RALT, 1); + } else { + mod_lift(S(KC_0), KC_RALT, 1); + } +return false; +break; + +#+END_SRC + +*** Gui and `\ + +I place gui in the bottom corner because I believe it is the hardest key to +reach, so gui seemed like a good fit for a dedicated key that I never want to +have to spam. For tap keys, I used equally unused keys that are not apart of the +number pad or shifted number keys. + +#+BEGIN_SRC C :noweb yes +case KC_T_LGUI: +if (record->event.pressed) { + mod_press(KC_LGUI, 2); + } else { + mod_lift(KC_GRAVE, KC_LGUI, 2); + } +return false; +break; +case KC_T_RGUI: +if (record->event.pressed) { + mod_press(KC_RGUI, 3); + } else { + mod_lift(KC_BSLASH, KC_RGUI, 3); + } +return false; +break; + +#+END_SRC + +*** Ctrl and [] + +Left and right control are [] respectively when they are tapped, making { and } +also very convenient. + +#+BEGIN_SRC C :noweb yes +case KC_T_LCTL: +if (record->event.pressed) { + mod_press(KC_LCTL, 4); + } else { + mod_lift(KC_LBRACKET, KC_LCTL, 4); + } +return false; +break; +case KC_T_RCTL: +if (record->event.pressed) { + mod_press(KC_RCTL, 5); + } else { + mod_lift(KC_RBRACKET, KC_RCTL, 5); + } +return false; +break; + +#+END_SRC + +*** Shft and =- + +I place shift on the home row, so having '-' right of my pinkie is standard, and +it only felt natural to put its opposite, '=/+' on the other side. I put an +extra one on the right side in the secondary layer for the num pad. + +#+BEGIN_SRC C :noweb yes +case KC_T_LSFT: +if (record->event.pressed) { + mod_press(KC_LSFT, 6); + } else { + mod_lift(KC_EQUAL, KC_LSFT, 6); + } +return false; +break; +case KC_T_RSFT: +if (record->event.pressed) { + mod_press(KC_RSFT, 7); + } else { + mod_lift(KC_MINUS, KC_RSFT, 7); + } +return false; +break; + +#+END_SRC + +*** Rise, DEL, and / + +I use the top corners as rise because I decided that I do not like using layers +with my thumbs. It feels uncomfortable to hold keys down with the side of my +thumb, and backspace, tab, enter, and spacebar keep them satisfied. My pinky is +for holding modifiers, so it makes sense to put the layer key with the other +modifiers. Both my left and right layer keys activate the same layer which also +makes sense to me. You wouldn't want left and right shift to do different things + +I used to have escape in the top left, but I use delete a lot more, and putting +escape under a layer has not been a problem at all. I put / in the top right +corner again mimicing a standard dvorak keyboard. + +#+BEGIN_SRC C :noweb yes +case KC_T_LRSE: +if (record->event.pressed) { + tap_timers[8] = timer_read(); + last_mod = 8; + layer_on(_RISE); + } else { + layer_off(_RISE); + if (last_mod == 8 && timer_elapsed(tap_timers[8]) < TAPPING_TERM) { + tap_code16(KC_DELETE); + last_mod = -1; + } + } +return false; +break; +case KC_T_RRSE: +if (record->event.pressed) { + tap_timers[9] = timer_read(); + last_mod = 9; + layer_on(_RISE); + } else { + layer_off(_RISE); + if (last_mod == 9 && timer_elapsed(tap_timers[9]) < TAPPING_TERM) { + tap_code16(KC_SLASH); + last_mod = -1; + } + } +return false; +break; + +#+END_SRC + +*** EZ keys + +I use ctrl+shift+arrows keys a lot, so when the layer key is pressed they became +lazy versions of themselves with control and shift already pressed. + +I also added undo, copy, paste, and cut to be easily available with only the +left hand like on a qwerty or colemek keyboard. + +#+BEGIN_SRC C :noweb yes +case KC_EZRGHT: +if (record->event.pressed) { + register_code(KC_LCTL); + tap_code16(S(KC_RGHT)); + unregister_code(KC_LCTL); + last_mod = -1; + } +return false; +break; +case KC_EZLEFT: +if (record->event.pressed) { + register_code(KC_LCTL); + tap_code16(S(KC_LEFT)); + unregister_code(KC_LCTL); + last_mod = -1; + } +return false; +break; +case KC_EZDOWN: +if (record->event.pressed) { + register_code(KC_LCTL); + tap_code16(S(KC_DOWN)); + unregister_code(KC_LCTL); + last_mod = -1; + } +return false; +break; +case KC_EZUP: +if (record->event.pressed) { + register_code(KC_LCTL); + tap_code16(S(KC_UP)); + unregister_code(KC_LCTL); + last_mod = -1; + } +return false; +break; +case KC_EZUNDO: +if (record->event.pressed) { + tap_code16(C(KC_Z)); + last_mod = -1; +} +return false; +break; +case KC_EZCOPY: +if (record->event.pressed) { + tap_code16(C(KC_C)); + last_mod = -1; +} +return false; +break; +case KC_EZCUT: +if (record->event.pressed) { + tap_code16(C(KC_X)); + last_mod = -1; +} +return false; +break; +case KC_EZPSTE: +if (record->event.pressed) { + tap_code16(C(KC_P)); + last_mod = -1; +} +return false; +break; +#+END_SRC + +*** Standard inputs interupt tap + +Finally, if just a standard key is tapped, set the interupted flag. + +#+BEGIN_SRC C :noweb yes + } + last_mod = -1; + return true; +} +#+END_SRC diff --git a/keyboards/planck/keymaps/samuel/config.h b/keyboards/planck/keymaps/samuel/config.h @@ -0,0 +1 @@ +#define TAPPING_TERM 250 diff --git a/keyboards/planck/keymaps/samuel/keymap.c b/keyboards/planck/keymaps/samuel/keymap.c @@ -0,0 +1,245 @@ +#include QMK_KEYBOARD_H + +extern keymap_config_t keymap_config; + +static uint16_t tap_timers[10] = { 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0}; + +char last_mod = -1; + +enum planck_layers { + _DVORAK, + _RISE +}; + +// where the 'T_' communicates how the key does something different when tapped. +enum planck_keycodes { + DVORAK = SAFE_RANGE, + KC_T_LALT, + KC_T_RALT, + KC_T_LGUI, + KC_T_RGUI, + KC_T_LCTL, + KC_T_RCTL, + KC_T_LSFT, + KC_T_RSFT, + KC_T_LRSE, + KC_T_RRSE, + KC_EZRGHT, + KC_EZLEFT, + KC_EZUP, + KC_EZDOWN, + KC_EZUNDO, + KC_EZCOPY, + KC_EZCUT, + KC_EZPSTE +}; + +const uint16_t PROGMEM keymaps[][MATRIX_ROWS][MATRIX_COLS] = { + +[_DVORAK] = + +{{ KC_T_LRSE, KC_QUOT, KC_COMM, KC_DOT, KC_P, KC_Y, KC_F, KC_G, KC_C, KC_R, KC_L, KC_T_RRSE}, +{ KC_T_LSFT, KC_A, KC_O, KC_E, KC_U, KC_I, KC_D, KC_H, KC_T, KC_N, KC_S, KC_T_RSFT}, +{ KC_T_LCTL, KC_SCLN, KC_Q, KC_J, KC_K, KC_X, KC_B, KC_M, KC_W, KC_V, KC_Z, KC_T_RCTL}, +{ KC_T_LGUI, KC_T_LALT, KC_UP, KC_DOWN, KC_BSPC, KC_TAB, KC_ENT, KC_SPC, KC_LEFT, KC_RIGHT, KC_T_RALT, KC_T_RGUI} +}, + +[_RISE] = + +{{ KC_TRANSPARENT, KC_EZUNDO, KC_EZCOPY, KC_EZCUT, KC_EZPSTE, KC_INS, KC_EQL, KC_7, KC_8, KC_9, KC_F11, KC_TRANSPARENT}, +{ KC_TRANSPARENT, KC_ESC, KC_CAPS, KC_PGUP, KC_PGDN, KC_F4, KC_ASTR, KC_4, KC_5, KC_6, KC_0, KC_TRANSPARENT}, +{ KC_TRANSPARENT, KC_EXLM, KC_AT, KC_HASH, KC_DLR, KC_PERC, KC_CIRC, KC_1, KC_2, KC_3, KC_F12, KC_TRANSPARENT}, +{ KC_TRANSPARENT, KC_TRANSPARENT, KC_EZUP, KC_EZDOWN, KC_TRANSPARENT, KC_AMPR, KC_PIPE, KC_TRANSPARENT, KC_EZLEFT, KC_EZRGHT, KC_TRANSPARENT, KC_TRANSPARENT} +}, + +}; + +void mod_press(uint16_t hold_code, int id) { + tap_timers[id] = timer_read(); + last_mod = id; + register_code(hold_code); +} + +void mod_lift(uint16_t tap_code, uint16_t hold_code, int id) { + unregister_code(hold_code); + if (last_mod == id && timer_elapsed(tap_timers[id]) < TAPPING_TERM) { + tap_code16(tap_code); + last_mod = -1; + } +} + +bool process_record_user(uint16_t keycode, keyrecord_t *record) { + switch (keycode) { + case DVORAK: + if (record->event.pressed) { + set_single_persistent_default_layer(_DVORAK); + } + return false; + break; + +case KC_T_LALT: +if (record->event.pressed) { + mod_press(KC_LALT, 0); + } else { + mod_lift(S(KC_9), KC_LALT, 0); + } +return false; +break; +case KC_T_RALT: +if (record->event.pressed) { + mod_press(KC_RALT, 1); + } else { + mod_lift(S(KC_0), KC_RALT, 1); + } +return false; +break; + +case KC_T_LGUI: +if (record->event.pressed) { + mod_press(KC_LGUI, 2); + } else { + mod_lift(KC_GRAVE, KC_LGUI, 2); + } +return false; +break; +case KC_T_RGUI: +if (record->event.pressed) { + mod_press(KC_RGUI, 3); + } else { + mod_lift(KC_BSLASH, KC_RGUI, 3); + } +return false; +break; + +case KC_T_LCTL: +if (record->event.pressed) { + mod_press(KC_LCTL, 4); + } else { + mod_lift(KC_LBRACKET, KC_LCTL, 4); + } +return false; +break; +case KC_T_RCTL: +if (record->event.pressed) { + mod_press(KC_RCTL, 5); + } else { + mod_lift(KC_RBRACKET, KC_RCTL, 5); + } +return false; +break; + +case KC_T_LSFT: +if (record->event.pressed) { + mod_press(KC_LSFT, 6); + } else { + mod_lift(KC_EQUAL, KC_LSFT, 6); + } +return false; +break; +case KC_T_RSFT: +if (record->event.pressed) { + mod_press(KC_RSFT, 7); + } else { + mod_lift(KC_MINUS, KC_RSFT, 7); + } +return false; +break; + +case KC_T_LRSE: +if (record->event.pressed) { + tap_timers[8] = timer_read(); + last_mod = 8; + layer_on(_RISE); + } else { + layer_off(_RISE); + if (last_mod == 8 && timer_elapsed(tap_timers[8]) < TAPPING_TERM) { + tap_code16(KC_DELETE); + last_mod = -1; + } + } +return false; +break; +case KC_T_RRSE: +if (record->event.pressed) { + tap_timers[9] = timer_read(); + last_mod = 9; + layer_on(_RISE); + } else { + layer_off(_RISE); + if (last_mod == 9 && timer_elapsed(tap_timers[9]) < TAPPING_TERM) { + tap_code16(KC_SLASH); + last_mod = -1; + } + } +return false; +break; + +case KC_EZRGHT: +if (record->event.pressed) { + register_code(KC_LCTL); + tap_code16(S(KC_RGHT)); + unregister_code(KC_LCTL); + last_mod = -1; + } +return false; +break; +case KC_EZLEFT: +if (record->event.pressed) { + register_code(KC_LCTL); + tap_code16(S(KC_LEFT)); + unregister_code(KC_LCTL); + last_mod = -1; + } +return false; +break; +case KC_EZDOWN: +if (record->event.pressed) { + register_code(KC_LCTL); + tap_code16(S(KC_DOWN)); + unregister_code(KC_LCTL); + last_mod = -1; + } +return false; +break; +case KC_EZUP: +if (record->event.pressed) { + register_code(KC_LCTL); + tap_code16(S(KC_UP)); + unregister_code(KC_LCTL); + last_mod = -1; + } +return false; +break; +case KC_EZUNDO: +if (record->event.pressed) { + tap_code16(C(KC_Z)); + last_mod = -1; +} +return false; +break; +case KC_EZCOPY: +if (record->event.pressed) { + tap_code16(C(KC_C)); + last_mod = -1; +} +return false; +break; +case KC_EZCUT: +if (record->event.pressed) { + tap_code16(C(KC_X)); + last_mod = -1; +} +return false; +break; +case KC_EZPSTE: +if (record->event.pressed) { + tap_code16(C(KC_P)); + last_mod = -1; +} +return false; +break; + + } + last_mod = -1; + return true; +}