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im-trigger-notify.c File Reference
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <iiimp-data.h>
#include <iiimp-opcode.h>
#include "iiimp-dataP.h"

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Functions

IIIMP_messageiiimp_trigger_notify_new (IIIMP_data_s *data_s, IIIMP_card16 im_id, IIIMP_card16 ic_id, IIIMP_card16 flag)
void iiimp_trigger_notify_delete (IIIMP_data_s *data_s, IIIMP_message *m)
uchar_t * iiimp_trigger_notify_pack (IIIMP_data_s *data_s, IIIMP_card16 im_id, IIIMP_card16 ic_id, IIIMP_card16 flag, size_t *buf_size)
IIIMP_messageiiimp_trigger_notify_unpack (IIIMP_data_s *data_s, IIIMP_card7 opcode, size_t *nbyte, const uchar_t **ptr)
void iiimp_trigger_notify_print (IIIMP_data_s *data_s, IIIMP_message *m)

Function Documentation

void iiimp_trigger_notify_delete ( IIIMP_data_s *  data_s,
IIIMP_message m 
)

Definition at line 36 of file im-trigger-notify.c.

{
#if defined(lint) && defined(HAVE_NOTE_H)
    NOTE(ARGUNUSED(data_s))
#endif /* lint && HAVE_NOTE_H */
    free(m);
}

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IIIMP_message* iiimp_trigger_notify_new ( IIIMP_data_s *  data_s,
IIIMP_card16  im_id,
IIIMP_card16  ic_id,
IIIMP_card16  flag 
)

Definition at line 15 of file im-trigger-notify.c.

{
    IIIMP_message *  m;
    m = (IIIMP_message *)malloc(sizeof (IIIMP_message));
    if (NULL == m) {
       data_s->status = IIIMP_DATA_MALLOC_ERROR;
       return NULL;
    }
    m->opcode = IM_TRIGGER_NOTIFY;
    m->im_id = im_id;
    m->ic_id = ic_id;
    m->v.trigger_notify.flag = flag;
    return m;
}

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uchar_t* iiimp_trigger_notify_pack ( IIIMP_data_s *  data_s,
IIIMP_card16  im_id,
IIIMP_card16  ic_id,
IIIMP_card16  flag,
size_t *  buf_size 
)

Definition at line 46 of file im-trigger-notify.c.

{
    size_t           nbyte;
    int                     length;
    uchar_t *        buf;
    size_t           rest;
    uchar_t *        p;

    nbyte = 0;
    nbyte += 2;      /* input method id */
    nbyte += 2;      /* input context id */
    nbyte += 2;      /* flag */
    nbyte += 2;      /* PAD(2) */

    length = (nbyte >> 2);
    *buf_size = (1 + 3 + nbyte);

    buf = (uchar_t *)malloc(1 + 3 + nbyte);
    if (NULL == buf) {
       data_s->status = IIIMP_DATA_MALLOC_ERROR;
       return NULL;
    }

    PUT_PACKET_HEADER(buf, IM_TRIGGER_NOTIFY, length);

    rest = nbyte;
    p = (buf + 4);

    PUTU16(im_id, rest, p, data_s->byte_swap);
    PUTU16(ic_id, rest, p, data_s->byte_swap);
    PUTU16(flag, rest, p, data_s->byte_swap);
    PUTU16(0, rest, p, data_s->byte_swap);

    return buf;
}

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void iiimp_trigger_notify_print ( IIIMP_data_s *  data_s,
IIIMP_message m 
)

Definition at line 136 of file im-trigger-notify.c.

{
    iiimp_message_header_print(data_s, m->opcode, m->im_id, m->ic_id);
    (void)fprintf(data_s->print_fp, "\tflag = %s\n",
                ((0 == m->v.trigger_notify.flag) ?
                 "on" : ((1 == m->v.trigger_notify.flag) ?
                        "off" : "unknown")));
}

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IIIMP_message* iiimp_trigger_notify_unpack ( IIIMP_data_s *  data_s,
IIIMP_card7  opcode,
size_t *  nbyte,
const uchar_t **  ptr 
)

Definition at line 89 of file im-trigger-notify.c.

{
    IIIMP_message *         m;
    IIIMP_trigger_notify_v *       v;
    size_t                  rest;
    const uchar_t *         p;

    rest = *nbyte;
    p = *ptr;

    if (rest < (2 + 2 + 2 + 2)) {
       data_s->status = IIIMP_DATA_INVALID;
       return NULL;
    }

    m = (IIIMP_message *)malloc(sizeof (IIIMP_message));
    if (NULL == m) {
       data_s->status = IIIMP_DATA_MALLOC_ERROR;
       return NULL;
    }
    v = &(m->v.trigger_notify);

    m->opcode = opcode;

    GETU16(m->im_id, rest, p, data_s->byte_swap);
    GETU16(m->ic_id, rest, p, data_s->byte_swap);
    GETU16(v->flag, rest, p, data_s->byte_swap);
    SKIP16(rest, p);

    if ((0 != v->flag) && (1 != v->flag)) {
       iiimp_trigger_notify_delete(data_s, m);
       data_s->status = IIIMP_DATA_INVALID;
       return NULL;
    }

    *nbyte = rest;
    *ptr = p;

    return m;
}

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