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* Copyright (C) 2014 Google, Inc.
* Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
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#pragma once
#include <hardware/bluetooth.h>
#include <stdbool.h>
typedef struct uuid_string_t uuid_string_t;
// Creates uuid string structure to hold a well formed UUID
// string. Must release resources with |uuid_string_free|.
// Returns NULL if no memory.
uuid_string_t* uuid_string_new(void);
// Frees a uuid string structure created from |uuid_string_new|.
// |uuid_string| may be NULL.
void uuid_string_free(uuid_string_t* uuid_string);
// Returns a string pointer to the well formed UUID string
// entry. |uuid_string| must not be NULL.
const char* uuid_string_data(const uuid_string_t* uuid_string);
// Creates uuid structure from a well formed UUID string
// |uuid_string|. The caller takes ownership of the uuid
// structure and must release resources with |uuid_free|.
// |uuid_string| must not be NULL.
// Returns NULL if |uuid_string| is malformed or no memory.
// A well formed UUID string is structured like this:
// "00112233-4455-6677-8899-aabbccddeeff"
bt_uuid_t* uuid_new(const char* uuid_string);
// Frees a uuid structure created from |uuid_new| and friends.
// |uuid| may be NULL.
void uuid_free(bt_uuid_t* uuid);
// Returns true if the UUID is all zeros, false otherwise.
// |uuid| may not be NULL.
bool uuid_is_empty(const bt_uuid_t* uuid);
// Returns true if the two UUIDs are equal, false otherwise.
// |first| and |second| may not be NULL.
bool uuid_is_equal(const bt_uuid_t* first, const bt_uuid_t* second);
// Copies uuid |src| into |dest| and returns a pointer to |dest|.
// |src| and |dest| must not be NULL.
bt_uuid_t* uuid_copy(bt_uuid_t* dest, const bt_uuid_t* src);
// Converts contents of |uuid| to a well formed UUID string
// |uuid_string| using numbers and lower case letter. |uuid|
// and |uuid_string| must not be NULL.
void uuid_to_string(const bt_uuid_t* uuid, uuid_string_t* uuid_string);
// Converts contents of |uuid| to a short uuid if possible. Returns
// true if conversion is possible, false otherwise.
// |uuid|, |uuid16| and |uuid32| must not be NULL.
bool uuid_128_to_16(const bt_uuid_t* uuid, uint16_t* uuid16);
bool uuid_128_to_32(const bt_uuid_t* uuid, uint32_t* uuid32);