[PATCH v4] tty: serial: don't do termios for BTIF
andriy.shevchenko at linux.intel.com
Mon Jun 29 04:29:27 EDT 2020
On Sat, Jun 27, 2020 at 04:12:22PM +0200, Greg KH wrote:
> On Sat, Jun 20, 2020 at 03:59:14AM +0800, sean.wang at mediatek.com wrote:
> > From: Sean Wang <sean.wang at mediatek.com>
> > Bluetooth Interface (BTIF) is designed dedicatedly for MediaTek SOC with
> > BT in order to be instead of the UART interface between BT module and Host
> > CPU, and not exported to user space to access.
> > As the UART design, BTIF will be an APB slave and can transmit or receive
> > data by MCU access, but doesn't provide termios function like baudrate and
> > flow control setup.
> > Even LCR on offset 0xC that is just a FAKELCR
> > a. If FAKELCR is equaled to 1, RBR(0x00), THR(0x00), IER(0x04)
> > will not be readable/writable.
> > b. If FAKELCR is equaled to 0xBF, RBR(0x00), THR(0x00), IER(0x04),
> > IIR(0x08), and LSR(0x14) will not be readable/writable.
> > So adding a new capability 'UART_CAP_NTIO' for the unusual unsupported
> > case.
> > The bluetooth driver would use BTIF device as a serdev. So the termios
> > still function would be called in kernelspace from ttyport_open in
> > drivers/tty/serdev/serdev-ttyprt.c.
> > +#define UART_CAP_NTIO (1 << 18) /* UART doesn't do termios */
> Naming is hard. I will never remember what "NTIO" is, how about we make
> it explicit:
> define UART_CAP_IGNORE_TERMIOS
> And the _CAP_ name is getting out of hand, this isn't a "capability",
> it's a "quirk for this port" but that's a battle to worry about later...
For quirks we have a separate field in struct uart_port. Perhaps that can be used?
With Best Regards,
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