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authorAnton Arapov <anton@redhat.com>2012-08-07 11:21:50 +0200
committerAnton Arapov <anton@redhat.com>2012-08-07 12:52:25 +0200
commit1d44b6f3fcf6058fb7c960b7558766967e8028f7 (patch)
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Signed-off-by: Anton Arapov <anton@redhat.com>
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diff --git a/arch/m68k/include/asm/mcfgpio.h b/arch/m68k/include/asm/mcfgpio.h
index ee5e4ccce89..fe468eaa51e 100644
--- a/arch/m68k/include/asm/mcfgpio.h
+++ b/arch/m68k/include/asm/mcfgpio.h
@@ -29,6 +29,9 @@ struct mcf_gpio_chip {
const u8 *gpio_to_pinmux;
};
+extern struct mcf_gpio_chip mcf_gpio_chips[];
+extern unsigned int mcf_gpio_chips_size;
+
int mcf_gpio_direction_input(struct gpio_chip *, unsigned);
int mcf_gpio_get_value(struct gpio_chip *, unsigned);
int mcf_gpio_direction_output(struct gpio_chip *, unsigned, int);
@@ -37,4 +40,58 @@ void mcf_gpio_set_value_fast(struct gpio_chip *, unsigned, int);
int mcf_gpio_request(struct gpio_chip *, unsigned);
void mcf_gpio_free(struct gpio_chip *, unsigned);
+/*
+ * Define macros to ease the pain of setting up the GPIO tables. There
+ * are two cases we need to deal with here, they cover all currently
+ * available ColdFire GPIO hardware. There are of course minor differences
+ * in the layout and number of bits in each ColdFire part, but the macros
+ * take all that in.
+ *
+ * Firstly is the conventional GPIO registers where we toggle individual
+ * bits in a register, preserving the other bits in the register. For
+ * lack of a better term I have called this the slow method.
+ */
+#define MCFGPS(mlabel, mbase, mngpio, mpddr, mpodr, mppdr) \
+ { \
+ .gpio_chip = { \
+ .label = #mlabel, \
+ .request = mcf_gpio_request, \
+ .free = mcf_gpio_free, \
+ .direction_input = mcf_gpio_direction_input, \
+ .direction_output = mcf_gpio_direction_output,\
+ .get = mcf_gpio_get_value, \
+ .set = mcf_gpio_set_value, \
+ .base = mbase, \
+ .ngpio = mngpio, \
+ }, \
+ .pddr = (void __iomem *) mpddr, \
+ .podr = (void __iomem *) mpodr, \
+ .ppdr = (void __iomem *) mppdr, \
+ }
+
+/*
+ * Secondly is the faster case, where we have set and clear registers
+ * that allow us to set or clear a bit with a single write, not having
+ * to worry about preserving other bits.
+ */
+#define MCFGPF(mlabel, mbase, mngpio) \
+ { \
+ .gpio_chip = { \
+ .label = #mlabel, \
+ .request = mcf_gpio_request, \
+ .free = mcf_gpio_free, \
+ .direction_input = mcf_gpio_direction_input, \
+ .direction_output = mcf_gpio_direction_output,\
+ .get = mcf_gpio_get_value, \
+ .set = mcf_gpio_set_value_fast, \
+ .base = mbase, \
+ .ngpio = mngpio, \
+ }, \
+ .pddr = (void __iomem *) MCFGPIO_PDDR_##mlabel, \
+ .podr = (void __iomem *) MCFGPIO_PODR_##mlabel, \
+ .ppdr = (void __iomem *) MCFGPIO_PPDSDR_##mlabel, \
+ .setr = (void __iomem *) MCFGPIO_PPDSDR_##mlabel, \
+ .clrr = (void __iomem *) MCFGPIO_PCLRR_##mlabel, \
+ }
+
#endif