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//-*-c++-*-
/***************************************************************************
 *   Copyright (C) 2003 by Fred Schaettgen                                 *
 *   kdebluetooth@schaettgen.de                                            *
 *                                                                         *
 *   This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify  *
 *   it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by  *
 *   the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or     *
 *   (at your option) any later version.                                   *
 ***************************************************************************/

#ifndef _kbluetooth_deviceaddress_
#define _kbluetooth_deviceaddress_
#include <sys/socket.h>
#include <bluetooth/bluetooth.h>
#include <qstring.h>

namespace KBluetooth
{

/** Represents a Bluetooth device address.
 * This class allows easy conversion of Bluetooth addresses
 * from and to strings. It also works with the bdaddr_t type
 * used by BlueZ.
 * The class offers a comparsion and less-than operator, so
 * that it can be used a key in an STL map or similar.
 * The string conversion functions of BlueZ are used internally,
 * so the string format is the same than for BlueZ's ba2str().
 */
00030 class DeviceAddress
{
public:
    /** Default constructor.
    The resulting address is equal to DeviceAddress::invalid.
    */
    DeviceAddress();

    /** Initialize the object with a BlueZ bdaddr_t.
    @param bdaddr address
    @param networkbyteorder if true, bdaddr is assumed to be in
    network byte order and converted to host byte order first.
    */
    explicit DeviceAddress(const bdaddr_t& bdaddr,
        bool networkbyteorder = false);

    /** Initializes the object with an address given as a string.
    The string must be in a format which is understood by the
    BlueZ str2ba function, like 00:61:58:4C:E6:AD. Case doesn't matter.
    @param s address string
    */
    explicit DeviceAddress(const QString& s);

    /** Type cast operator to convert the address to a string.
    @return address string
    */
    operator QString() const;

    /** Converts the DeviceAddress into a BlueZ bdaddr_t.
    @param networkbyteorder if true, the address is returned
        in network byte order.
    @return the address as bdaddr_t
    */
    bdaddr_t getBdaddr(bool networkbyteorder = false) const;

    /** Less-than-operator.
    Mainly there to use DeviceAddress inside STL containers,
    like STL sets or as a key in a STL map.
    @param b the DeviceAddress to compare to (right hand side)
    @return true if this < b, false otherwise.
    */
    bool operator<(const DeviceAddress& b) const;

    /** Equality operator.
    Tests two device addresses for equality.
    @param b the DeviceAddress to compare to (right hand side)
    @return true if this and b have the same address or
    if both are invalid, false otherwise
    */
    bool operator==(const DeviceAddress& b) const;

    /** The address 00:00:00:FF:FF:FF */
00082     static const DeviceAddress local;

    /** The address 00:00:00:00:00:00 */
00085     static const DeviceAddress any;

    /** An address tagged as invalid */
00088     static const DeviceAddress invalid;

protected:
    bdaddr_t bdaddr;
    bool isValid;
};

}

#endif

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