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* linux/amba/pl08x.h - ARM PrimeCell DMA Controller driver
* Copyright (C) 2005 ARM Ltd
* Copyright (C) 2010 ST-Ericsson SA
* This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
* it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
* published by the Free Software Foundation.
* pl08x information required by platform code
* Please credit
* Documentation: ARM DDI 0196D
#ifndef AMBA_PL08X_H
#define AMBA_PL08X_H
/* We need sizes of structs from this header */
#include <linux/dmaengine.h>
#include <linux/interrupt.h>
struct pl08x_driver_data;
struct pl08x_phy_chan;
struct pl08x_txd;
/* Bitmasks for selecting AHB ports for DMA transfers */
enum {
PL08X_AHB1 = (1 << 0),
PL08X_AHB2 = (1 << 1)
* struct pl08x_channel_data - data structure to pass info between
* platform and PL08x driver regarding channel configuration
* @bus_id: name of this device channel, not just a device name since
* devices may have more than one channel e.g. "foo_tx"
* @min_signal: the minimum DMA signal number to be muxed in for this
* channel (for platforms supporting muxed signals). If you have
* static assignments, make sure this is set to the assigned signal
* number, PL08x have 16 possible signals in number 0 thru 15 so
* when these are not enough they often get muxed (in hardware)
* disabling simultaneous use of the same channel for two devices.
* @max_signal: the maximum DMA signal number to be muxed in for
* the channel. Set to the same as min_signal for
* devices with static assignments
* @muxval: a number usually used to poke into some mux regiser to
* mux in the signal to this channel
* @cctl_memcpy: options for the channel control register for memcpy
* *** not used for slave channels ***
* @addr: source/target address in physical memory for this DMA channel,
* can be the address of a FIFO register for burst requests for example.
* This can be left undefined if the PrimeCell API is used for configuring
* this.
* @single: the device connected to this channel will request single DMA
* transfers, not bursts. (Bursts are default.)
* @periph_buses: the device connected to this channel is accessible via
* these buses (use PL08X_AHB1 | PL08X_AHB2).
struct pl08x_channel_data {
const char *bus_id;
int min_signal;
int max_signal;
u32 muxval;
u32 cctl_memcpy;
dma_addr_t addr;
bool single;
u8 periph_buses;
* struct pl08x_platform_data - the platform configuration for the PL08x
* PrimeCells.
* @slave_channels: the channels defined for the different devices on the
* platform, all inclusive, including multiplexed channels. The available
* physical channels will be multiplexed around these signals as they are
* requested, just enumerate all possible channels.
* @get_xfer_signal: request a physical signal to be used for a DMA transfer
* immediately: if there is some multiplexing or similar blocking the use
* of the channel the transfer can be denied by returning less than zero,
* else it returns the allocated signal number
* @put_xfer_signal: indicate to the platform that this physical signal is not
* running any DMA transfer and multiplexing can be recycled
* @lli_buses: buses which LLIs can be fetched from: PL08X_AHB1 | PL08X_AHB2
* @mem_buses: buses which memory can be accessed from: PL08X_AHB1 | PL08X_AHB2
struct pl08x_platform_data {
const struct pl08x_channel_data *slave_channels;
unsigned int num_slave_channels;
struct pl08x_channel_data memcpy_channel;
int (*get_xfer_signal)(const struct pl08x_channel_data *);
void (*put_xfer_signal)(const struct pl08x_channel_data *, int);
u8 lli_buses;
u8 mem_buses;
bool pl08x_filter_id(struct dma_chan *chan, void *chan_id);
static inline bool pl08x_filter_id(struct dma_chan *chan, void *chan_id)
return false;
#endif /* AMBA_PL08X_H */