linux/drivers/pcmcia/sa11xx_base.h
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   1/*======================================================================
   2
   3    Device driver for the PCMCIA control functionality of StrongARM
   4    SA-1100 microprocessors.
   5
   6    The contents of this file are subject to the Mozilla Public
   7    License Version 1.1 (the "License"); you may not use this file
   8    except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of
   9    the License at http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/
  10
  11    Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS
  12    IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or
  13    implied. See the License for the specific language governing
  14    rights and limitations under the License.
  15
  16    The initial developer of the original code is John G. Dorsey
  17    <john+@cs.cmu.edu>.  Portions created by John G. Dorsey are
  18    Copyright (C) 1999 John G. Dorsey.  All Rights Reserved.
  19
  20    Alternatively, the contents of this file may be used under the
  21    terms of the GNU Public License version 2 (the "GPL"), in which
  22    case the provisions of the GPL are applicable instead of the
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  28    the provisions above, a recipient may use your version of this
  29    file under either the MPL or the GPL.
  30
  31======================================================================*/
  32
  33#if !defined(_PCMCIA_SA1100_H)
  34# define _PCMCIA_SA1100_H
  35
  36/* SA-1100 PCMCIA Memory and I/O timing
  37 * ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
  38 * The SA-1110 Developer's Manual, section 10.2.5, says the following:
  39 *
  40 *  "To calculate the recommended BS_xx value for each address space:
  41 *   divide the command width time (the greater of twIOWR and twIORD,
  42 *   or the greater of twWE and twOE) by processor cycle time; divide
  43 *   by 2; divide again by 3 (number of BCLK's per command assertion);
  44 *   round up to the next whole number; and subtract 1."
  45 */
  46
  47/* MECR: Expansion Memory Configuration Register
  48 * (SA-1100 Developers Manual, p.10-13; SA-1110 Developers Manual, p.10-24)
  49 *
  50 * MECR layout is:
  51 *
  52 *   FAST1 BSM1<4:0> BSA1<4:0> BSIO1<4:0> FAST0 BSM0<4:0> BSA0<4:0> BSIO0<4:0>
  53 *
  54 * (This layout is actually true only for the SA-1110; the FASTn bits are
  55 * reserved on the SA-1100.)
  56 */
  57
  58#define MECR_SOCKET_0_SHIFT (0)
  59#define MECR_SOCKET_1_SHIFT (16)
  60
  61#define MECR_BS_MASK        (0x1f)
  62#define MECR_FAST_MODE_MASK (0x01)
  63
  64#define MECR_BSIO_SHIFT (0)
  65#define MECR_BSA_SHIFT  (5)
  66#define MECR_BSM_SHIFT  (10)
  67#define MECR_FAST_SHIFT (15)
  68
  69#define MECR_SET(mecr, sock, shift, mask, bs) \
  70((mecr)=((mecr)&~(((mask)<<(shift))<<\
  71                  ((sock)==0?MECR_SOCKET_0_SHIFT:MECR_SOCKET_1_SHIFT)))|\
  72        (((bs)<<(shift))<<((sock)==0?MECR_SOCKET_0_SHIFT:MECR_SOCKET_1_SHIFT)))
  73
  74#define MECR_GET(mecr, sock, shift, mask) \
  75((((mecr)>>(((sock)==0)?MECR_SOCKET_0_SHIFT:MECR_SOCKET_1_SHIFT))>>\
  76 (shift))&(mask))
  77
  78#define MECR_BSIO_SET(mecr, sock, bs) \
  79MECR_SET((mecr), (sock), MECR_BSIO_SHIFT, MECR_BS_MASK, (bs))
  80
  81#define MECR_BSIO_GET(mecr, sock) \
  82MECR_GET((mecr), (sock), MECR_BSIO_SHIFT, MECR_BS_MASK)
  83
  84#define MECR_BSA_SET(mecr, sock, bs) \
  85MECR_SET((mecr), (sock), MECR_BSA_SHIFT, MECR_BS_MASK, (bs))
  86
  87#define MECR_BSA_GET(mecr, sock) \
  88MECR_GET((mecr), (sock), MECR_BSA_SHIFT, MECR_BS_MASK)
  89
  90#define MECR_BSM_SET(mecr, sock, bs) \
  91MECR_SET((mecr), (sock), MECR_BSM_SHIFT, MECR_BS_MASK, (bs))
  92
  93#define MECR_BSM_GET(mecr, sock) \
  94MECR_GET((mecr), (sock), MECR_BSM_SHIFT, MECR_BS_MASK)
  95
  96#define MECR_FAST_SET(mecr, sock, fast) \
  97MECR_SET((mecr), (sock), MECR_FAST_SHIFT, MECR_FAST_MODE_MASK, (fast))
  98
  99#define MECR_FAST_GET(mecr, sock) \
 100MECR_GET((mecr), (sock), MECR_FAST_SHIFT, MECR_FAST_MODE_MASK)
 101
 102
 103/* This function implements the BS value calculation for setting the MECR
 104 * using integer arithmetic:
 105 */
 106static inline unsigned int sa1100_pcmcia_mecr_bs(unsigned int pcmcia_cycle_ns,
 107                                                 unsigned int cpu_clock_khz){
 108  unsigned int t = ((pcmcia_cycle_ns * cpu_clock_khz) / 6) - 1000000;
 109  return (t / 1000000) + (((t % 1000000) == 0) ? 0 : 1);
 110}
 111
 112/* This function returns the (approximate) command assertion period, in
 113 * nanoseconds, for a given CPU clock frequency and MECR BS value:
 114 */
 115static inline unsigned int sa1100_pcmcia_cmd_time(unsigned int cpu_clock_khz,
 116                                                  unsigned int pcmcia_mecr_bs){
 117  return (((10000000 * 2) / cpu_clock_khz) * (3 * (pcmcia_mecr_bs + 1))) / 10;
 118}
 119
 120
 121int sa11xx_drv_pcmcia_add_one(struct soc_pcmcia_socket *skt);
 122void sa11xx_drv_pcmcia_ops(struct pcmcia_low_level *ops);
 123extern int sa11xx_drv_pcmcia_probe(struct device *dev, struct pcmcia_low_level *ops, int first, int nr);
 124
 125#endif  /* !defined(_PCMCIA_SA1100_H) */
 126
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