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#ifndef M2XStreamClient_h
#define M2XStreamClient_h

#define MIN(a, b) (((a) > (b))?(b):(a))


#include "Arduino.h"

#define USER_AGENT "User-Agent: M2X Arduino Client/0.1"

#include "mbed.h"

#define USER_AGENT "User-Agent: M2X Mbed Client/0.1"

#include "Client.h"
#include "NullPrint.h"

#ifdef DEBUG
#define DBG(fmt_, data_) Serial.print(data_)
#define DBGLN(fmt_, data_) Serial.println(data_)
#define DBGLNEND Serial.println()

#define DBG(fmt_, data_) printf((fmt_), (data_))
#define DBGLN(fmt_, data_) printf((fmt_), (data_)); printf("\n")
#define DBGLNEND printf("\n")
#endif  // MBED_PLATFORM
#define DBG(fmt_, data_)
#define DBGLN(fmt_, data_)
#define DBGLNEND
#endif  // DEBUG

#define HEX(t_) ((char) (((t_) > 9) ? ((t_) - 10 + 'A') : ((t_) + '0')))

static const int E_OK = 0;
static const int E_NOCONNECTION = -1;
static const int E_DISCONNECTED = -2;
static const int E_NOTREACHABLE = -3;
static const int E_INVALID = -4;
static const int E_JSON_INVALID = -5;

 * +type+ indicates the value type: 1 for string, 2 for number
 * NOTE that the value type here only contains a hint on how
 * you can use the value. Even though 2 is returned, the value
 * is still stored in (const char *), and atoi/atof is needed to
 * get the actual value
typedef void (*stream_value_read_callback)(const char* at,
                                           const char* value,
                                           int index,
                                           void* context,
                                           int type);

typedef void (*location_read_callback)(const char* name,
                                       double latitude,
                                       double longitude,
                                       double elevation,
                                       const char* timestamp,
                                       int index,
                                       void* context);

class M2XStreamClient {
  static const char* kDefaultM2XHost;
  static const int kDefaultM2XPort = 80;

  M2XStreamClient(Client* client,
                  const char* key,
                  int case_insensitive = 1,
                  const char* host = kDefaultM2XHost,
                  int port = kDefaultM2XPort);

  // Push data stream value using PUT request, returns the HTTP status code
  template <class T>
  int put(const char* feedId, const char* streamName, T value);

  // Post multiple values to M2X all at once.
  // +feedId+ - id of the feed to post values
  // +streamNum+ - Number of streams to post
  // +names+ - Array of stream names, the length of the array should
  // be exactly +streamNum+
  // +counts+ - Array of +streamNum+ length, each item in this array
  // containing the number of values we want to post for each stream
  // +ats+ - Timestamps for each value, the length of this array should
  // be the some of all values in +counts+, for the first +counts[0]+
  // items, the values belong to the first stream, for the following
  // +counts[1]+ number of items, the values belong to the second stream,
  // etc. Notice that timestamps are required here: you must provide
  // a timestamp for each value posted.
  // +values+ - Values to post. This works the same way as +ats+, the
  // first +counts[0]+ number of items contain values to post to the first
  // stream, the succeeding +counts[1]+ number of items contain values
  // for the second stream, etc. The length of this array should be
  // the sum of all values in +counts+ array.
  template <class T>
  int postMultiple(const char* feedId, int streamNum,
                   const char* names[], const int counts[],
                   const char* ats[], T values[]);

  // Fetch values for a particular data stream. Since memory is
  // very limited on an Arduino, we cannot parse and get all the
  // data points in memory. Instead, we use callbacks here: whenever
  // a new data point is parsed, we call the callback using the values,
  // after that, the values will be thrown away to make space for new
  // values.
  // Note that you can also pass in a user-specified context in this
  // function, this context will be passed to the callback function
  // each time we get a data point.
  // For each data point, the callback will be called once. The HTTP
  // status code will be returned. And the content is only parsed when
  // the status code is 200.
  int fetchValues(const char* feedId, const char* streamName,
                  stream_value_read_callback callback, void* context,
                  const char* startTime = NULL, const char* endTime = NULL,
                  const char* limit = NULL);

  // Update datasource location
  // NOTE: On an Arduino Uno and other ATMEGA based boards, double has
  // 4-byte (32 bits) precision, which is the same as float. So there's
  // no natural double-precision floating number on these boards. With
  // a float value, we have a precision of roughly 7 digits, that means
  // either 5 or 6 digits after the floating point. According to wikipedia,
  // a difference of 0.00001 will give us ~1.1132m distance. If this
  // precision is good for you, you can use the double-version we provided
  // here. Otherwise, you may need to use the string-version and do the
  // actual conversion by yourselves.
  // However, with an Arduino Due board, double has 8-bytes (64 bits)
  // precision, which means you are free to use the double-version only
  // without any precision problems.
  // Returned value is the http status code.
  template <class T>
  int updateLocation(const char* feedId, const char* name,
                     T latitude, T longitude, T elevation);

  // Read location information for a feed. Also used callback to process
  // data points for memory reasons. The HTTP status code is returned,
  // response is only parsed when the HTTP status code is 200
  int readLocation(const char* feedId, location_read_callback callback,
                   void* context);

  // Delete values from a data stream
  // You will need to provide from and end date/time strings in the ISO8601
  // format "yyyy-mm-ddTHH:MM:SS.SSSZ" where
  //   yyyy: the year
  //   mm: the month
  //   dd: the day
  //   HH: the hour (24 hour format)
  //   MM: the minute
  //   SS.SSS: the seconds (to the millisecond)
  // NOTE: the time is given in Zulu (GMT)
  // M2X will delete all values within the from to end date/time range.
  // The status code is 204 on success and 400 on a bad request (e.g. the
  // timestamp is not in ISO8601 format or the from timestamp is not less than
  // or equal to the end timestamp.
  int deleteValues(const char* feedId, const char* streamName,
                   const char* from, const char* end);
  Client* _client;
  const char* _key;
  int _case_insensitive;
  const char* _host;
  int _port;
  NullPrint _null_print;

  // Writes the HTTP header part for updating a stream value
  void writePutHeader(const char* feedId,
                      const char* streamName,
                      int contentLength);
  // Writes the HTTP header part for deleting stream values
  void writeDeleteHeader(const char* feedId,
                         const char* streamName,
                         int contentLength);
  // Writes HTTP header lines including M2X API Key, host, content
  // type and content length(if the body exists)
  void writeHttpHeader(int contentLength);
  // Parses HTTP response header and return the content length.
  // Note that this function does not parse all http headers, as long
  // as the content length is found, this function will return
  int readContentLength();
  // Skips all HTTP response header part. Return minus value in case
  // the connection is closed before we got all headers
  int skipHttpHeader();
  // Parses and returns the HTTP status code, note this function will
  // return immediately once it gets the status code
  int readStatusCode(bool closeClient);
  // Waits for a certain string pattern in the HTTP header, and returns
  // once the pattern is found. In the pattern, you can use '*' to denote
  // any character
  int waitForString(const char* str);
  // Closes the connection
  void close();
  // Parses JSON response of stream value API, and calls callback function
  // once we get a data point
  int readStreamValue(stream_value_read_callback callback, void* context);
  // Parses JSON response of location API, and calls callback function once
  // we get a data point
  int readLocation(location_read_callback callback, void* context);

#include "M2XStreamClient_template.h"

#endif  /* M2XStreamClient_h */