[PATCH v2 0/5] pinctrl: meson: enable support for external GPIO interrupts
linus.walleij at linaro.org
Mon Nov 30 05:53:23 PST 2015
On Mon, Nov 23, 2015 at 11:16 AM, Carlo Caione <carlo at caione.org> wrote:
> From: Carlo Caione <carlo at endlessm.com>
> In Meson SoCs we have 8 independent GPIO interrupts that can be programmed to
> use any of the GPIOs in the chip as interrupt source.
> These GPIOs are managed by GIC but they can be conditioned (and enabled) by
> some registers external to the GIC.
> GPIOs |--[mux1 or mux2]--[polarity]--[filter]--[edge_select]--> GIC
> For discussion see comment to the [PATCH 3/5].
> * V2:
> - Introduced .irq_request_resources() and .irq_release_resources()
> - s/virq/irq/ and s/pin/hwirq/
> - Moved to the new irq_fwspec
I'm waiting for the next version of this patch set.
However I am a bit concerned that we're starting to have a few
GPIO controllers now that are not really cascaded irqchips,
but instead just shunt the line through to some other interrupt
controller through a mux or latch.
We might need to add some handling to gpiolib core that
does this, like gpiochip_add_irq_mux() that sets up the
irqdomain we have for GPIOLIB_IRQCHIP to be used like
this and pull this code into gpiolib to avoid duplication of
code and bugs.
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