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      1 /* Copyright 2018 Jason Williams (Wilba)
      2  *
      3  * This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
      4  * it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
      5  * the Free Software Foundation, either version 2 of the License, or
      6  * (at your option) any later version.
      7  *
      8  * This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
      9  * but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
     10  * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
     11  * GNU General Public License for more details.
     12  *
     13  * You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
     14  * along with this program.  If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
     15  */
     16 #pragma once
     17 
     18 #include "config_common.h"
     19 
     20 /* USB Device descriptor parameter */
     21 #define VENDOR_ID       0x5241 // "RW"
     22 #define PRODUCT_ID      0x006A // 6-A
     23 #define DEVICE_VER      0x0001
     24 #define MANUFACTURER    RAMA.WORKS
     25 #define PRODUCT         RAMA M6-A
     26 #define DESCRIPTION     RAMA M6-A Macropad
     27 
     28 /* key matrix size */
     29 #define MATRIX_ROWS 1
     30 #define MATRIX_COLS 6
     31 
     32 /*
     33  * Keyboard Matrix Assignments
     34  *
     35  * Change this to how you wired your keyboard
     36  * COLS: AVR pins used for columns, left to right
     37  * ROWS: AVR pins used for rows, top to bottom
     38  * DIODE_DIRECTION: COL2ROW = COL = Anode (+), ROW = Cathode (-, marked on diode)
     39  *                  ROW2COL = ROW = Anode (+), COL = Cathode (-, marked on diode)
     40  *
     41 */
     42 #define MATRIX_ROW_PINS { E6 }
     43 #define MATRIX_COL_PINS { D4, B5, F4, D7, C6, F6 }
     44 #define UNUSED_PINS
     45 
     46 /* COL2ROW, ROW2COL*/
     47 #define DIODE_DIRECTION COL2ROW
     48 
     49 // #define BACKLIGHT_PIN B7
     50 // #define BACKLIGHT_BREATHING
     51 // #define BACKLIGHT_LEVELS 3
     52 
     53 /* Debounce reduces chatter (unintended double-presses) - set 0 if debouncing is not needed */
     54 #define DEBOUNCE 5
     55 
     56 /* define if matrix has ghost (lacks anti-ghosting diodes) */
     57 //#define MATRIX_HAS_GHOST
     58 
     59 /* number of backlight levels */
     60 
     61 /* Mechanical locking support. Use KC_LCAP, KC_LNUM or KC_LSCR instead in keymap */
     62 #define LOCKING_SUPPORT_ENABLE
     63 /* Locking resynchronize hack */
     64 #define LOCKING_RESYNC_ENABLE
     65 
     66 /* If defined, GRAVE_ESC will always act as ESC when CTRL is held.
     67  * This is userful for the Windows task manager shortcut (ctrl+shift+esc).
     68  */
     69 // #define GRAVE_ESC_CTRL_OVERRIDE
     70 
     71 /*
     72  * Force NKRO
     73  *
     74  * Force NKRO (nKey Rollover) to be enabled by default, regardless of the saved
     75  * state in the bootmagic EEPROM settings. (Note that NKRO must be enabled in the
     76  * makefile for this to work.)
     77  *
     78  * If forced on, NKRO can be disabled via magic key (default = LShift+RShift+N)
     79  * until the next keyboard reset.
     80  *
     81  * NKRO may prevent your keystrokes from being detected in the BIOS, but it is
     82  * fully operational during normal computer usage.
     83  *
     84  * For a less heavy-handed approach, enable NKRO via magic key (LShift+RShift+N)
     85  * or via bootmagic (hold SPACE+N while plugging in the keyboard). Once set by
     86  * bootmagic, NKRO mode will always be enabled until it is toggled again during a
     87  * power-up.
     88  *
     89  */
     90 //#define FORCE_NKRO
     91 
     92 /*
     93  * Magic Key Options
     94  *
     95  * Magic keys are hotkey commands that allow control over firmware functions of
     96  * the keyboard. They are best used in combination with the HID Listen program,
     97  * found here: https://www.pjrc.com/teensy/hid_listen.html
     98  *
     99  * The options below allow the magic key functionality to be changed. This is
    100  * useful if your keyboard/keypad is missing keys and you want magic key support.
    101  *
    102  */
    103 
    104 #define RGB_BACKLIGHT_ENABLED 0
    105 
    106 #define DYNAMIC_KEYMAP_LAYER_COUNT 4
    107 
    108 // EEPROM usage
    109 
    110 // TODO: refactor with new user EEPROM code (coming soon)
    111 #define EEPROM_MAGIC 0x451F
    112 #define EEPROM_MAGIC_ADDR 32
    113 // Bump this every time we change what we store
    114 // This will automatically reset the EEPROM with defaults
    115 // and avoid loading invalid data from the EEPROM
    116 #define EEPROM_VERSION 0x08
    117 #define EEPROM_VERSION_ADDR 34
    118 
    119 // NOTE: M6-A doesn't use RGB backlight, but we keep this
    120 // consistent with M6-B which does.
    121 
    122 // Backlight config starts after EEPROM version
    123 #define RGB_BACKLIGHT_CONFIG_EEPROM_ADDR 35
    124 // Dynamic keymap starts after backlight config (35+43)
    125 #define DYNAMIC_KEYMAP_EEPROM_ADDR 78
    126 // Dynamic macro starts after dynamic keymaps (78+(4*6*2)) = (78+48)
    127 #define DYNAMIC_KEYMAP_MACRO_EEPROM_ADDR 126
    128 #define DYNAMIC_KEYMAP_MACRO_EEPROM_SIZE 898
    129 #define DYNAMIC_KEYMAP_MACRO_COUNT 16