os/boardsupport/haitest/bspsvs/suite/bsp/keypad/testdata/merlin/t_keypad.ini
author sl@SLION-WIN7.fritz.box
Fri, 15 Jun 2012 03:10:57 +0200
changeset 0 bde4ae8d615e
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First public contribution.
     1 # This is the global environment file to configure the specific device keypad test suite.
     2 
     3 
     4 [keypad]
     5 # Platform-specific keypad information, e.gnumber of application and device keys, keyboard type etc.
     6 # Possible keypad type values: 1 - EKeyboard_Keypad (0x1), 2 - EKeyboard_Full (0x02)
     7 # Default keypad type value is 2 (EKeyboard_Full).
     8 keypad_type			=2
     9 keypad_device_keys		=0
    10 keypad_app_keys			=0
    11 keypad_click_volume_max		=1
    12 default_keypad_state_value	=1
    13 default_keypad_click_state_value=1
    14 # Key to use for passing tests when "automated" value is FALSE and user is prompted to pass or fail some tests
    15 pass_key_str			={keys, scancode_string21}
    16 pass_key			={keys, scancode21}
    17 
    18 
    19 [test_coverage]
    20 # Specifies how many keys (not modifiers) are being tested.
    21 # Possible values:
    22 # VeryLow	- 1/8 of the possible keys are tested.
    23 # Low		- 1/4 of the possible keys are tested.
    24 # Medium	- 1/2 of the possible keys are tested.
    25 # Full		- All possible keys are tested.
    26 test_coverage			=Low
    27 
    28 
    29 #
    30 # Scancodes and modifiers for the specific device
    31 #
    32 
    33 [keys]
    34 # Scancodes for the specific device
    35 scancode_string1		='1' key
    36 scancode1			='1'
    37 
    38 scancode_string2		='2' key
    39 scancode2			='2'
    40 
    41 scancode_string3		='3' key
    42 scancode3			='3'
    43 
    44 scancode_string4		='4' key
    45 scancode4			='4'
    46 
    47 scancode_string5		='5' key
    48 scancode5			='5'
    49 
    50 scancode_string6		='6' key
    51 scancode6			='6'
    52 
    53 scancode_string7		='7' key
    54 scancode7			='7'
    55 
    56 scancode_string8		='8' key
    57 scancode8			='8'
    58 
    59 scancode_string9		='9' key
    60 scancode9			='9'
    61 
    62 scancode_string10		='0' key
    63 scancode10			='0'
    64 
    65 scancode_string11		=Asterisk (*) key
    66 scancode11			='*'
    67 
    68 scancode_string12		=Hash (#) key
    69 scancode12			=EStdKeyHash
    70 
    71 scancode_string13		=Left device key (top left)
    72 scancode13			=EStdKeyDevice0
    73 
    74 scancode_string14		=Right device key (top right)
    75 scancode14			=EStdKeyDevice1
    76 
    77 scancode_string15		=Green phone (Yes) key
    78 scancode15			=EStdKeyYes
    79 
    80 scancode_string16		=Red phone (No) key
    81 scancode16			=EStdKeyNo
    82 
    83 scancode_string17		=Up arrow key 
    84 scancode17			=EStdKeyUpArrow
    85 
    86 scancode_string18		=Down arrow key 
    87 scancode18			=EStdKeyDownArrow
    88 
    89 scancode_string19		=Left arrow key 
    90 scancode19			=EStdKeyLeftArrow
    91 
    92 scancode_string20		=Right arrow key
    93 scancode20			=EStdKeyRightArrow
    94 
    95 scancode_string21		=Navi key (between the arrows)
    96 scancode21			=EStdKeyDevice3
    97 
    98 scancode_string22		=Key that looks like an orbit -> .()*
    99 scancode22			=EStdKeyApplication0
   100 
   101 scancode_string23		=Backspace (C) key
   102 scancode23			=EStdKeyBackspace
   103 
   104 scancode_string24		=Key next to the arrow keys
   105 scancode24			=EStdKeyApplication6
   106 
   107 scancode_string25		=Increase volume key
   108 scancode25			=EStdKeyIncVolume
   109 
   110 scancode_string26		=Decrease volume key
   111 scancode26			=EStdKeyDecVolume
   112 
   113 scancode_string27		=On/off key
   114 scancode27			=EStdKeyDevice2
   115 
   116 scancode_string28		=Photo key
   117 scancode28			=EStdKeyDevice22
   118 
   119 
   120 [modifiers]
   121 # Modifiers for the specific device
   122 
   123 
   124 [multiple_key_sets]
   125 # Sets with multiple keys for the specific device
   126 set1_scancode_string1		={keys, scancode_string13}
   127 set1_scancode1			={keys, scancode13}
   128 set1_scancode_string2		={keys, scancode_string11}
   129 set1_scancode2			={keys, scancode11}
   130 set1_scancode_string3		={keys, scancode_string12}
   131 set1_scancode3			={keys, scancode12}
   132 set1_scancode_string4		={keys, scancode_string14}
   133 set1_scancode4			={keys, scancode14}