[linux-dvb] [patch] support for key repeat with dib0700 ir receiver
eduardhc at gmail.com
Tue Feb 19 17:33:46 CET 2008
> ---------- Missatge reenviat ----------
> From: Filippo Argiolas <filippo.argiolas at gmail.com>
> To: linux-dvb at linuxtv.org
> Date: Tue, 19 Feb 2008 16:17:55 +0100
> Subject: [linux-dvb] [patch] support for key repeat with dib0700 ir
> Hi, my last messages have been almost ignored.. so I'm opening a new
> thread. Please refer to the other thread [wintv nova-t stick, dib0700
> and remote controllers] for more info.
> Here is a brief summary of the problem as far as I can understand:
> - when a keypress event is received the device stores its data somewhere
> - every 150ms dib0700_rc_query reads this data
> - since there is nothing that resets device memory if no key is being
> pressed anymore device still stores the data from the last keypress
> - to prevent having false keypresses the driver reads rc5 toggle bit
> that changes from 0 to 1 and viceversa when a new key is pressed or when
> the same key is released and pressed again. So it ignores everything
> until the toggle bit changes. The right behavior should be "repeat last
> key until toggle bit changes", but cannot be done since last data still
> stored would be considered as a repeat even if nothing is pressed.
> - this way it ignores even repeated key events (when a key is holded
> - this approach is wrong because it works just for rc5 (losing repeat
> feature..) but doesn't work for example with nec remotes that don't set
> the toggle bit and use a different system.
> The patch solves it calling dib0700_rc_setup after each poll resetting
> last key data from the device. I've also implemented repeated key
> feature (with repeat delay to avoid unwanted double hits) for rc-5 and
> nec protocols. It also contains some keymap for the remotes I've used
> for testing (a philipps compatible rc5 remote and a teac nec remote).
> They are far from being complete since I've used them just for testing.
> Thanks for reading this,
> Let me know what do you think about it,
Thanks for your efforts. ¿Do you think this patch will also be useful to
the unknown keycodes problem of the Nova-T 500 remote?
If you don't know what I'm talking about here you have a brief description:
whenever the Nova-T 500 receiver detects "invalid" or "unknown" IR codes (
i.e. when you operate the TV remote, etc...) it keeps logging warning
messages to kernel ring buffer until a "valid" code is received.
There is a very simple patch in the wiki for this, but it doesn't cure the
problem, just the symptons. I was wondering if your patch is a better way to
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