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// Copyright 2019 The Fuchsia Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
library fuchsia.bluetooth.sys;
type BootstrapError = strict enum : uint32 {
/// Protocol used to initialize persistent core Bluetooth data. This protocol populates data that
/// determine the identity of this device as perceived by other Bluetooth devices.
/// This protocol can be obtained only before the core Bluetooth host subsystem has generated its
/// own identity. Once initial data is committed, this capability becomes unavailable and remains
/// unavailable even if new Bluetooth adapters are attached.
/// Due to the privacy and bonding secrets involved, as well as the capability to make this device
/// assume the Bluetooth identity of another device, this protocol should only be exposed to
/// privileged components that can vouchsafe the origin of the data.
protocol Bootstrap {
/// Adds identities to be added to the unpopulated Bluetooth stack.
/// Repeated calls will append identities.
// TODO( If necessary, paginate bonding data to allow an arbitrary number of bonds for
// each identity, e.g. AddBonds(adapter_id, bonds).
AddIdentities(struct {
identities vector<Identity>:MAX;
/// Writes all added bootstrapping data to the Bluetooth core stack. The server will close the
/// channel regardless of success. Returns without error if successful and the stack will be
/// considered initialized even if no bootstrapping data was written. Returns
/// INVALID_HOST_IDENTITY if any host or bonded peer data is insufficient or inconsistent, with
/// no effect (the client may retry by obtaining another protocol handle).
Commit() -> (struct {}) error BootstrapError;