author Ryan C. Gordon <>
Thu, 19 Mar 2015 23:54:35 -0400
changeset 9407 83eab73048cd
parent 9399 a684dbd185c7
child 9619 b94b6d0bff0f
permissions -rw-r--r--
Patched to compile on gcc2.

  Simple DirectMedia Layer
  Copyright (C) 1997-2014 Sam Lantinga <>

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#include "../SDL_internal.h"

#ifndef _SDL_sysaudio_h
#define _SDL_sysaudio_h

#include "SDL_mutex.h"
#include "SDL_thread.h"

/* The SDL audio driver */
typedef struct SDL_AudioDevice SDL_AudioDevice;
#define _THIS   SDL_AudioDevice *_this

/* Audio targets should call this as devices are added to the system (such as
   a USB headset being plugged in), and should also be called for
   for every device found during DetectDevices(). */
extern void SDL_AddAudioDevice(const int iscapture, const char *name, void *handle);

/* Audio targets should call this as devices are removed, so SDL can update
   its list of available devices. */
extern void SDL_RemoveAudioDevice(const int iscapture, void *handle);

/* Audio targets should call this if an opened audio device is lost while
   being used. This can happen due to i/o errors, or a device being unplugged,
   etc. If the device is totally gone, please also call SDL_RemoveAudioDevice()
   as appropriate so SDL's list of devices is accurate. */
extern void SDL_OpenedAudioDeviceDisconnected(SDL_AudioDevice *device);

/* This is the size of a packet when using SDL_QueueAudio(). We allocate
   these as necessary and pool them, under the assumption that we'll
   eventually end up with a handful that keep recycling, meeting whatever
   the app needs. We keep packing data tightly as more arrives to avoid
   wasting space, and if we get a giant block of data, we'll split them
   into multiple packets behind the scenes. My expectation is that most
   apps will have 2-3 of these in the pool. 8k should cover most needs, but
   if this is crippling for some embedded system, we can #ifdef this.
   The system preallocates enough packets for 2 callbacks' worth of data. */

/* Used by apps that queue audio instead of using the callback. */
typedef struct SDL_AudioBufferQueue
    Uint8 data[SDL_AUDIOBUFFERQUEUE_PACKETLEN];  /* packet data. */
    Uint32 datalen;  /* bytes currently in use in this packet. */
    Uint32 startpos;  /* bytes currently consumed in this packet. */
    struct SDL_AudioBufferQueue *next;  /* next item in linked list. */
} SDL_AudioBufferQueue;

typedef struct SDL_AudioDriverImpl
    void (*DetectDevices) (void);
    int (*OpenDevice) (_THIS, void *handle, const char *devname, int iscapture);
    void (*ThreadInit) (_THIS); /* Called by audio thread at start */
    void (*WaitDevice) (_THIS);
    void (*PlayDevice) (_THIS);
    int (*GetPendingBytes) (_THIS);
    Uint8 *(*GetDeviceBuf) (_THIS);
    void (*WaitDone) (_THIS);
    void (*CloseDevice) (_THIS);
    void (*LockDevice) (_THIS);
    void (*UnlockDevice) (_THIS);
    void (*FreeDeviceHandle) (void *handle);  /**< SDL is done with handle from SDL_AddAudioDevice() */
    void (*Deinitialize) (void);

    /* !!! FIXME: add pause(), so we can optimize instead of mixing silence. */

    /* Some flags to push duplicate code into the core and reduce #ifdefs. */
    /* !!! FIXME: these should be SDL_bool */
    int ProvidesOwnCallbackThread;
    int SkipMixerLock;  /* !!! FIXME: do we need this anymore? */
    int HasCaptureSupport;
    int OnlyHasDefaultOutputDevice;
    int OnlyHasDefaultInputDevice;
    int AllowsArbitraryDeviceNames;
} SDL_AudioDriverImpl;

typedef struct SDL_AudioDeviceItem
    void *handle;
    struct SDL_AudioDeviceItem *next;
    #if (defined(__GNUC__) && (__GNUC__ <= 2))
    char name[1];  /* actually variable length. */
    char name[];
} SDL_AudioDeviceItem;

typedef struct SDL_AudioDriver
    /* * * */
    /* The name of this audio driver */
    const char *name;

    /* * * */
    /* The description of this audio driver */
    const char *desc;

    SDL_AudioDriverImpl impl;

    /* A mutex for device detection */
    SDL_mutex *detectionLock;
    SDL_bool captureDevicesRemoved;
    SDL_bool outputDevicesRemoved;
    int outputDeviceCount;
    int inputDeviceCount;
    SDL_AudioDeviceItem *outputDevices;
    SDL_AudioDeviceItem *inputDevices;
} SDL_AudioDriver;

/* Streamer */
typedef struct
    Uint8 *buffer;
    int max_len;                /* the maximum length in bytes */
    int read_pos, write_pos;    /* the position of the write and read heads in bytes */
} SDL_AudioStreamer;

/* Define the SDL audio driver structure */
struct SDL_AudioDevice
    /* * * */
    /* Data common to all devices */
    SDL_AudioDeviceID id;

    /* The current audio specification (shared with audio thread) */
    SDL_AudioSpec spec;

    /* An audio conversion block for audio format emulation */
    SDL_AudioCVT convert;

    /* The streamer, if sample rate conversion necessitates it */
    int use_streamer;
    SDL_AudioStreamer streamer;

    /* Current state flags */
    /* !!! FIXME: should be SDL_bool */
    int iscapture;
    int enabled;  /* true if device is functioning and connected. */
    int shutdown; /* true if we are signaling the play thread to end. */
    int paused;
    int opened;

    /* Fake audio buffer for when the audio hardware is busy */
    Uint8 *fake_stream;

    /* A mutex for locking the mixing buffers */
    SDL_mutex *mixer_lock;

    /* A thread to feed the audio device */
    SDL_Thread *thread;
    SDL_threadID threadid;

    /* Queued buffers (if app not using callback). */
    SDL_AudioBufferQueue *buffer_queue_head; /* device fed from here. */
    SDL_AudioBufferQueue *buffer_queue_tail; /* queue fills to here. */
    SDL_AudioBufferQueue *buffer_queue_pool; /* these are unused packets. */
    Uint32 queued_bytes;  /* number of bytes of audio data in the queue. */

    /* * * */
    /* Data private to this driver */
    struct SDL_PrivateAudioData *hidden;
#undef _THIS

typedef struct AudioBootStrap
    const char *name;
    const char *desc;
    int (*init) (SDL_AudioDriverImpl * impl);
    int demand_only;  /* 1==request explicitly, or it won't be available. */
} AudioBootStrap;

#endif /* _SDL_sysaudio_h */

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