linux/include/linux/parport.h
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   1/*
   2 * Any part of this program may be used in documents licensed under
   3 * the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.1 or any later version
   4 * published by the Free Software Foundation.
   5 */
   6#ifndef _PARPORT_H_
   7#define _PARPORT_H_
   8
   9
  10#include <linux/jiffies.h>
  11#include <linux/proc_fs.h>
  12#include <linux/spinlock.h>
  13#include <linux/wait.h>
  14#include <linux/irqreturn.h>
  15#include <linux/semaphore.h>
  16#include <asm/ptrace.h>
  17#include <uapi/linux/parport.h>
  18
  19/* Define this later. */
  20struct parport;
  21struct pardevice;
  22
  23struct pc_parport_state {
  24        unsigned int ctr;
  25        unsigned int ecr;
  26};
  27
  28struct ax_parport_state {
  29        unsigned int ctr;
  30        unsigned int ecr;
  31        unsigned int dcsr;
  32};
  33
  34/* used by both parport_amiga and parport_mfc3 */
  35struct amiga_parport_state {
  36       unsigned char data;     /* ciaa.prb */
  37       unsigned char datadir;  /* ciaa.ddrb */
  38       unsigned char status;   /* ciab.pra & 7 */
  39       unsigned char statusdir;/* ciab.ddrb & 7 */
  40};
  41
  42struct ax88796_parport_state {
  43        unsigned char cpr;
  44};
  45
  46struct ip32_parport_state {
  47        unsigned int dcr;
  48        unsigned int ecr;
  49};
  50
  51struct parport_state {
  52        union {
  53                struct pc_parport_state pc;
  54                /* ARC has no state. */
  55                struct ax_parport_state ax;
  56                struct amiga_parport_state amiga;
  57                struct ax88796_parport_state ax88796;
  58                /* Atari has not state. */
  59                struct ip32_parport_state ip32;
  60                void *misc; 
  61        } u;
  62};
  63
  64struct parport_operations {
  65        /* IBM PC-style virtual registers. */
  66        void (*write_data)(struct parport *, unsigned char);
  67        unsigned char (*read_data)(struct parport *);
  68
  69        void (*write_control)(struct parport *, unsigned char);
  70        unsigned char (*read_control)(struct parport *);
  71        unsigned char (*frob_control)(struct parport *, unsigned char mask,
  72                                      unsigned char val);
  73
  74        unsigned char (*read_status)(struct parport *);
  75
  76        /* IRQs. */
  77        void (*enable_irq)(struct parport *);
  78        void (*disable_irq)(struct parport *);
  79
  80        /* Data direction. */
  81        void (*data_forward) (struct parport *);
  82        void (*data_reverse) (struct parport *);
  83
  84        /* For core parport code. */
  85        void (*init_state)(struct pardevice *, struct parport_state *);
  86        void (*save_state)(struct parport *, struct parport_state *);
  87        void (*restore_state)(struct parport *, struct parport_state *);
  88
  89        /* Block read/write */
  90        size_t (*epp_write_data) (struct parport *port, const void *buf,
  91                                  size_t len, int flags);
  92        size_t (*epp_read_data) (struct parport *port, void *buf, size_t len,
  93                                 int flags);
  94        size_t (*epp_write_addr) (struct parport *port, const void *buf,
  95                                  size_t len, int flags);
  96        size_t (*epp_read_addr) (struct parport *port, void *buf, size_t len,
  97                                 int flags);
  98
  99        size_t (*ecp_write_data) (struct parport *port, const void *buf,
 100                                  size_t len, int flags);
 101        size_t (*ecp_read_data) (struct parport *port, void *buf, size_t len,
 102                                 int flags);
 103        size_t (*ecp_write_addr) (struct parport *port, const void *buf,
 104                                  size_t len, int flags);
 105
 106        size_t (*compat_write_data) (struct parport *port, const void *buf,
 107                                     size_t len, int flags);
 108        size_t (*nibble_read_data) (struct parport *port, void *buf,
 109                                    size_t len, int flags);
 110        size_t (*byte_read_data) (struct parport *port, void *buf,
 111                                  size_t len, int flags);
 112        struct module *owner;
 113};
 114
 115struct parport_device_info {
 116        parport_device_class class;
 117        const char *class_name;
 118        const char *mfr;
 119        const char *model;
 120        const char *cmdset;
 121        const char *description;
 122};
 123
 124/* Each device can have two callback functions:
 125 *  1) a preemption function, called by the resource manager to request
 126 *     that the driver relinquish control of the port.  The driver should
 127 *     return zero if it agrees to release the port, and nonzero if it 
 128 *     refuses.  Do not call parport_release() - the kernel will do this
 129 *     implicitly.
 130 *
 131 *  2) a wake-up function, called by the resource manager to tell drivers
 132 *     that the port is available to be claimed.  If a driver wants to use
 133 *     the port, it should call parport_claim() here.
 134 */
 135
 136/* A parallel port device */
 137struct pardevice {
 138        const char *name;
 139        struct parport *port;
 140        int daisy;
 141        int (*preempt)(void *);
 142        void (*wakeup)(void *);
 143        void *private;
 144        void (*irq_func)(void *);
 145        unsigned int flags;
 146        struct pardevice *next;
 147        struct pardevice *prev;
 148        struct parport_state *state;     /* saved status over preemption */
 149        wait_queue_head_t wait_q;
 150        unsigned long int time;
 151        unsigned long int timeslice;
 152        volatile long int timeout;
 153        unsigned long waiting;           /* long req'd for set_bit --RR */
 154        struct pardevice *waitprev;
 155        struct pardevice *waitnext;
 156        void * sysctl_table;
 157};
 158
 159/* IEEE1284 information */
 160
 161/* IEEE1284 phases. These are exposed to userland through ppdev IOCTL
 162 * PP[GS]ETPHASE, so do not change existing values. */
 163enum ieee1284_phase {
 164        IEEE1284_PH_FWD_DATA,
 165        IEEE1284_PH_FWD_IDLE,
 166        IEEE1284_PH_TERMINATE,
 167        IEEE1284_PH_NEGOTIATION,
 168        IEEE1284_PH_HBUSY_DNA,
 169        IEEE1284_PH_REV_IDLE,
 170        IEEE1284_PH_HBUSY_DAVAIL,
 171        IEEE1284_PH_REV_DATA,
 172        IEEE1284_PH_ECP_SETUP,
 173        IEEE1284_PH_ECP_FWD_TO_REV,
 174        IEEE1284_PH_ECP_REV_TO_FWD,
 175        IEEE1284_PH_ECP_DIR_UNKNOWN,
 176};
 177struct ieee1284_info {
 178        int mode;
 179        volatile enum ieee1284_phase phase;
 180        struct semaphore irq;
 181};
 182
 183/* A parallel port */
 184struct parport {
 185        unsigned long base;     /* base address */
 186        unsigned long base_hi;  /* base address (hi - ECR) */
 187        unsigned int size;      /* IO extent */
 188        const char *name;
 189        unsigned int modes;
 190        int irq;                /* interrupt (or -1 for none) */
 191        int dma;
 192        int muxport;            /* which muxport (if any) this is */
 193        int portnum;            /* which physical parallel port (not mux) */
 194        struct device *dev;     /* Physical device associated with IO/DMA.
 195                                 * This may unfortulately be null if the
 196                                 * port has a legacy driver.
 197                                 */
 198
 199        struct parport *physport;
 200                                /* If this is a non-default mux
 201                                   parport, i.e. we're a clone of a real
 202                                   physical port, this is a pointer to that
 203                                   port. The locking is only done in the
 204                                   real port.  For a clone port, the
 205                                   following structure members are
 206                                   meaningless: devices, cad, muxsel,
 207                                   waithead, waittail, flags, pdir,
 208                                   dev, ieee1284, *_lock.
 209
 210                                   It this is a default mux parport, or
 211                                   there is no mux involved, this points to
 212                                   ourself. */
 213
 214        struct pardevice *devices;
 215        struct pardevice *cad;  /* port owner */
 216        int daisy;              /* currently selected daisy addr */
 217        int muxsel;             /* currently selected mux port */
 218
 219        struct pardevice *waithead;
 220        struct pardevice *waittail;
 221
 222        struct list_head list;
 223        unsigned int flags;
 224
 225        void *sysctl_table;
 226        struct parport_device_info probe_info[5]; /* 0-3 + non-IEEE1284.3 */
 227        struct ieee1284_info ieee1284;
 228
 229        struct parport_operations *ops;
 230        void *private_data;     /* for lowlevel driver */
 231
 232        int number;             /* port index - the `n' in `parportn' */
 233        spinlock_t pardevice_lock;
 234        spinlock_t waitlist_lock;
 235        rwlock_t cad_lock;
 236
 237        int spintime;
 238        atomic_t ref_count;
 239
 240        unsigned long devflags;
 241#define PARPORT_DEVPROC_REGISTERED      0
 242        struct pardevice *proc_device;  /* Currently register proc device */
 243
 244        struct list_head full_list;
 245        struct parport *slaves[3];
 246};
 247
 248#define DEFAULT_SPIN_TIME 500 /* us */
 249
 250struct parport_driver {
 251        const char *name;
 252        void (*attach) (struct parport *);
 253        void (*detach) (struct parport *);
 254        struct list_head list;
 255};
 256
 257/* parport_register_port registers a new parallel port at the given
 258   address (if one does not already exist) and returns a pointer to it.
 259   This entails claiming the I/O region, IRQ and DMA.  NULL is returned
 260   if initialisation fails. */
 261struct parport *parport_register_port(unsigned long base, int irq, int dma,
 262                                      struct parport_operations *ops);
 263
 264/* Once a registered port is ready for high-level drivers to use, the
 265   low-level driver that registered it should announce it.  This will
 266   call the high-level drivers' attach() functions (after things like
 267   determining the IEEE 1284.3 topology of the port and collecting
 268   DeviceIDs). */
 269void parport_announce_port (struct parport *port);
 270
 271/* Unregister a port. */
 272extern void parport_remove_port(struct parport *port);
 273
 274/* Register a new high-level driver. */
 275extern int parport_register_driver (struct parport_driver *);
 276
 277/* Unregister a high-level driver. */
 278extern void parport_unregister_driver (struct parport_driver *);
 279
 280/* If parport_register_driver doesn't fit your needs, perhaps
 281 * parport_find_xxx does. */
 282extern struct parport *parport_find_number (int);
 283extern struct parport *parport_find_base (unsigned long);
 284
 285/* generic irq handler, if it suits your needs */
 286extern irqreturn_t parport_irq_handler(int irq, void *dev_id);
 287
 288/* Reference counting for ports. */
 289extern struct parport *parport_get_port (struct parport *);
 290extern void parport_put_port (struct parport *);
 291
 292/* parport_register_device declares that a device is connected to a
 293   port, and tells the kernel all it needs to know.
 294   - pf is the preemption function (may be NULL for no callback)
 295   - kf is the wake-up function (may be NULL for no callback)
 296   - irq_func is the interrupt handler (may be NULL for no interrupts)
 297   - handle is a user pointer that gets handed to callback functions.  */
 298struct pardevice *parport_register_device(struct parport *port, 
 299                          const char *name,
 300                          int (*pf)(void *), void (*kf)(void *),
 301                          void (*irq_func)(void *), 
 302                          int flags, void *handle);
 303
 304/* parport_unregister unlinks a device from the chain. */
 305extern void parport_unregister_device(struct pardevice *dev);
 306
 307/* parport_claim tries to gain ownership of the port for a particular
 308   driver.  This may fail (return non-zero) if another driver is busy.
 309   If this driver has registered an interrupt handler, it will be
 310   enabled.  */
 311extern int parport_claim(struct pardevice *dev);
 312
 313/* parport_claim_or_block is the same, but sleeps if the port cannot
 314   be claimed.  Return value is 1 if it slept, 0 normally and -errno
 315   on error.  */
 316extern int parport_claim_or_block(struct pardevice *dev);
 317
 318/* parport_release reverses a previous parport_claim.  This can never
 319   fail, though the effects are undefined (except that they are bad)
 320   if you didn't previously own the port.  Once you have released the
 321   port you should make sure that neither your code nor the hardware
 322   on the port tries to initiate any communication without first
 323   re-claiming the port.  If you mess with the port state (enabling
 324   ECP for example) you should clean up before releasing the port. */
 325
 326extern void parport_release(struct pardevice *dev);
 327
 328/**
 329 * parport_yield - relinquish a parallel port temporarily
 330 * @dev: a device on the parallel port
 331 *
 332 * This function relinquishes the port if it would be helpful to other
 333 * drivers to do so.  Afterwards it tries to reclaim the port using
 334 * parport_claim(), and the return value is the same as for
 335 * parport_claim().  If it fails, the port is left unclaimed and it is
 336 * the driver's responsibility to reclaim the port.
 337 *
 338 * The parport_yield() and parport_yield_blocking() functions are for
 339 * marking points in the driver at which other drivers may claim the
 340 * port and use their devices.  Yielding the port is similar to
 341 * releasing it and reclaiming it, but is more efficient because no
 342 * action is taken if there are no other devices needing the port.  In
 343 * fact, nothing is done even if there are other devices waiting but
 344 * the current device is still within its "timeslice".  The default
 345 * timeslice is half a second, but it can be adjusted via the /proc
 346 * interface.
 347 **/
 348static __inline__ int parport_yield(struct pardevice *dev)
 349{
 350        unsigned long int timeslip = (jiffies - dev->time);
 351        if ((dev->port->waithead == NULL) || (timeslip < dev->timeslice))
 352                return 0;
 353        parport_release(dev);
 354        return parport_claim(dev);
 355}
 356
 357/**
 358 * parport_yield_blocking - relinquish a parallel port temporarily
 359 * @dev: a device on the parallel port
 360 *
 361 * This function relinquishes the port if it would be helpful to other
 362 * drivers to do so.  Afterwards it tries to reclaim the port using
 363 * parport_claim_or_block(), and the return value is the same as for
 364 * parport_claim_or_block().
 365 **/
 366static __inline__ int parport_yield_blocking(struct pardevice *dev)
 367{
 368        unsigned long int timeslip = (jiffies - dev->time);
 369        if ((dev->port->waithead == NULL) || (timeslip < dev->timeslice))
 370                return 0;
 371        parport_release(dev);
 372        return parport_claim_or_block(dev);
 373}
 374
 375/* Flags used to identify what a device does. */
 376#define PARPORT_DEV_TRAN                0       /* WARNING !! DEPRECATED !! */
 377#define PARPORT_DEV_LURK                (1<<0)  /* WARNING !! DEPRECATED !! */
 378#define PARPORT_DEV_EXCL                (1<<1)  /* Need exclusive access. */
 379
 380#define PARPORT_FLAG_EXCL               (1<<1)  /* EXCL driver registered. */
 381
 382/* IEEE1284 functions */
 383extern void parport_ieee1284_interrupt (void *);
 384extern int parport_negotiate (struct parport *, int mode);
 385extern ssize_t parport_write (struct parport *, const void *buf, size_t len);
 386extern ssize_t parport_read (struct parport *, void *buf, size_t len);
 387
 388#define PARPORT_INACTIVITY_O_NONBLOCK 1
 389extern long parport_set_timeout (struct pardevice *, long inactivity);
 390
 391extern int parport_wait_event (struct parport *, long timeout);
 392extern int parport_wait_peripheral (struct parport *port,
 393                                    unsigned char mask,
 394                                    unsigned char val);
 395extern int parport_poll_peripheral (struct parport *port,
 396                                    unsigned char mask,
 397                                    unsigned char val,
 398                                    int usec);
 399
 400/* For architectural drivers */
 401extern size_t parport_ieee1284_write_compat (struct parport *,
 402                                             const void *, size_t, int);
 403extern size_t parport_ieee1284_read_nibble (struct parport *,
 404                                            void *, size_t, int);
 405extern size_t parport_ieee1284_read_byte (struct parport *,
 406                                          void *, size_t, int);
 407extern size_t parport_ieee1284_ecp_read_data (struct parport *,
 408                                              void *, size_t, int);
 409extern size_t parport_ieee1284_ecp_write_data (struct parport *,
 410                                               const void *, size_t, int);
 411extern size_t parport_ieee1284_ecp_write_addr (struct parport *,
 412                                               const void *, size_t, int);
 413extern size_t parport_ieee1284_epp_write_data (struct parport *,
 414                                               const void *, size_t, int);
 415extern size_t parport_ieee1284_epp_read_data (struct parport *,
 416                                              void *, size_t, int);
 417extern size_t parport_ieee1284_epp_write_addr (struct parport *,
 418                                               const void *, size_t, int);
 419extern size_t parport_ieee1284_epp_read_addr (struct parport *,
 420                                              void *, size_t, int);
 421
 422/* IEEE1284.3 functions */
 423extern int parport_daisy_init (struct parport *port);
 424extern void parport_daisy_fini (struct parport *port);
 425extern struct pardevice *parport_open (int devnum, const char *name);
 426extern void parport_close (struct pardevice *dev);
 427extern ssize_t parport_device_id (int devnum, char *buffer, size_t len);
 428extern void parport_daisy_deselect_all (struct parport *port);
 429extern int parport_daisy_select (struct parport *port, int daisy, int mode);
 430
 431/* Lowlevel drivers _can_ call this support function to handle irqs.  */
 432static inline void parport_generic_irq(struct parport *port)
 433{
 434        parport_ieee1284_interrupt (port);
 435        read_lock(&port->cad_lock);
 436        if (port->cad && port->cad->irq_func)
 437                port->cad->irq_func(port->cad->private);
 438        read_unlock(&port->cad_lock);
 439}
 440
 441/* Prototypes from parport_procfs */
 442extern int parport_proc_register(struct parport *pp);
 443extern int parport_proc_unregister(struct parport *pp);
 444extern int parport_device_proc_register(struct pardevice *device);
 445extern int parport_device_proc_unregister(struct pardevice *device);
 446
 447/* If PC hardware is the only type supported, we can optimise a bit.  */
 448#if !defined(CONFIG_PARPORT_NOT_PC)
 449
 450#include <linux/parport_pc.h>
 451#define parport_write_data(p,x)            parport_pc_write_data(p,x)
 452#define parport_read_data(p)               parport_pc_read_data(p)
 453#define parport_write_control(p,x)         parport_pc_write_control(p,x)
 454#define parport_read_control(p)            parport_pc_read_control(p)
 455#define parport_frob_control(p,m,v)        parport_pc_frob_control(p,m,v)
 456#define parport_read_status(p)             parport_pc_read_status(p)
 457#define parport_enable_irq(p)              parport_pc_enable_irq(p)
 458#define parport_disable_irq(p)             parport_pc_disable_irq(p)
 459#define parport_data_forward(p)            parport_pc_data_forward(p)
 460#define parport_data_reverse(p)            parport_pc_data_reverse(p)
 461
 462#else  /*  !CONFIG_PARPORT_NOT_PC  */
 463
 464/* Generic operations vector through the dispatch table. */
 465#define parport_write_data(p,x)            (p)->ops->write_data(p,x)
 466#define parport_read_data(p)               (p)->ops->read_data(p)
 467#define parport_write_control(p,x)         (p)->ops->write_control(p,x)
 468#define parport_read_control(p)            (p)->ops->read_control(p)
 469#define parport_frob_control(p,m,v)        (p)->ops->frob_control(p,m,v)
 470#define parport_read_status(p)             (p)->ops->read_status(p)
 471#define parport_enable_irq(p)              (p)->ops->enable_irq(p)
 472#define parport_disable_irq(p)             (p)->ops->disable_irq(p)
 473#define parport_data_forward(p)            (p)->ops->data_forward(p)
 474#define parport_data_reverse(p)            (p)->ops->data_reverse(p)
 475
 476#endif /*  !CONFIG_PARPORT_NOT_PC  */
 477
 478extern unsigned long parport_default_timeslice;
 479extern int parport_default_spintime;
 480
 481#endif /* _PARPORT_H_ */
 482
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