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/* linux/arch/arm/plat-s3c/pm-gpio.c
*
* Copyright 2008 Openmoko, Inc.
* Copyright 2008 Simtec Electronics
* Ben Dooks <ben@simtec.co.uk>
* http://armlinux.simtec.co.uk/
*
* S3C series GPIO PM code
*
* 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.
*/
#include <linux/kernel.h>
#include <linux/device.h>
#include <linux/init.h>
#include <linux/io.h>
#include <linux/gpio.h>
#include <mach/gpio-samsung.h>
#include <plat/gpio-core.h>
#include <plat/pm.h>
/* PM GPIO helpers */
#define OFFS_CON (0x00)
#define OFFS_DAT (0x04)
#define OFFS_UP (0x08)
static void samsung_gpio_pm_1bit_save(struct samsung_gpio_chip *chip)
{
chip->pm_save[0] = __raw_readl(chip->base + OFFS_CON);
chip->pm_save[1] = __raw_readl(chip->base + OFFS_DAT);
}
static void samsung_gpio_pm_1bit_resume(struct samsung_gpio_chip *chip)
{
void __iomem *base = chip->base;
u32 old_gpcon = __raw_readl(base + OFFS_CON);
u32 old_gpdat = __raw_readl(base + OFFS_DAT);
u32 gps_gpcon = chip->pm_save[0];
u32 gps_gpdat = chip->pm_save[1];
u32 gpcon;
/* GPACON only has one bit per control / data and no PULLUPs.
* GPACON[x] = 0 => Output, 1 => SFN */
/* first set all SFN bits to SFN */
gpcon = old_gpcon | gps_gpcon;
__raw_writel(gpcon, base + OFFS_CON);
/* now set all the other bits */
__raw_writel(gps_gpdat, base + OFFS_DAT);
__raw_writel(gps_gpcon, base + OFFS_CON);
S3C_PMDBG("%s: CON %08x => %08x, DAT %08x => %08x\n",
chip->chip.label, old_gpcon, gps_gpcon, old_gpdat, gps_gpdat);
}
struct samsung_gpio_pm samsung_gpio_pm_1bit = {
.save = samsung_gpio_pm_1bit_save,
.resume = samsung_gpio_pm_1bit_resume,
};
static void samsung_gpio_pm_2bit_save(struct samsung_gpio_chip *chip)
{
chip->pm_save[0] = __raw_readl(chip->base + OFFS_CON);
chip->pm_save[1] = __raw_readl(chip->base + OFFS_DAT);
chip->pm_save[2] = __raw_readl(chip->base + OFFS_UP);
}
/* Test whether the given masked+shifted bits of an GPIO configuration
* are one of the SFN (special function) modes. */
static inline int is_sfn(unsigned long con)
{
return con >= 2;
}
/* Test if the given masked+shifted GPIO configuration is an input */
static inline int is_in(unsigned long con)
{
return con == 0;
}
/* Test if the given masked+shifted GPIO configuration is an output */
static inline int is_out(unsigned long con)
{
return con == 1;
}
/**
* samsung_gpio_pm_2bit_resume() - restore the given GPIO bank
* @chip: The chip information to resume.
*
* Restore one of the GPIO banks that was saved during suspend. This is
* not as simple as once thought, due to the possibility of glitches
* from the order that the CON and DAT registers are set in.
*
* The three states the pin can be are {IN,OUT,SFN} which gives us 9
* combinations of changes to check. Three of these, if the pin stays
* in the same configuration can be discounted. This leaves us with
* the following:
*
* { IN => OUT } Change DAT first
* { IN => SFN } Change CON first
* { OUT => SFN } Change CON first, so new data will not glitch
* { OUT => IN } Change CON first, so new data will not glitch
* { SFN => IN } Change CON first
* { SFN => OUT } Change DAT first, so new data will not glitch [1]
*
* We do not currently deal with the UP registers as these control
* weak resistors, so a small delay in change should not need to bring
* these into the calculations.
*
* [1] this assumes that writing to a pin DAT whilst in SFN will set the
* state for when it is next output.
*/
static void samsung_gpio_pm_2bit_resume(struct samsung_gpio_chip *chip)
{
void __iomem *base = chip->base;
u32 old_gpcon = __raw_readl(base + OFFS_CON);
u32 old_gpdat = __raw_readl(base + OFFS_DAT);
u32 gps_gpcon = chip->pm_save[0];
u32 gps_gpdat = chip->pm_save[1];
u32 gpcon, old, new, mask;
u32 change_mask = 0x0;
int nr;
/* restore GPIO pull-up settings */
__raw_writel(chip->pm_save[2], base + OFFS_UP);
/* Create a change_mask of all the items that need to have
* their CON value changed before their DAT value, so that
* we minimise the work between the two settings.
*/
for (nr = 0, mask = 0x03; nr < 32; nr += 2, mask <<= 2) {
old = (old_gpcon & mask) >> nr;
new = (gps_gpcon & mask) >> nr;
/* If there is no change, then skip */
if (old == new)
continue;
/* If both are special function, then skip */
if (is_sfn(old) && is_sfn(new))
continue;
/* Change is IN => OUT, do not change now */
if (is_in(old) && is_out(new))
continue;
/* Change is SFN => OUT, do not change now */
if (is_sfn(old) && is_out(new))
continue;
/* We should now be at the case of IN=>SFN,
* OUT=>SFN, OUT=>IN, SFN=>IN. */
change_mask |= mask;
}
/* Write the new CON settings */
gpcon = old_gpcon & ~change_mask;
gpcon |= gps_gpcon & change_mask;
__raw_writel(gpcon, base + OFFS_CON);
/* Now change any items that require DAT,CON */
__raw_writel(gps_gpdat, base + OFFS_DAT);
__raw_writel(gps_gpcon, base + OFFS_CON);
S3C_PMDBG("%s: CON %08x => %08x, DAT %08x => %08x\n",
chip->chip.label, old_gpcon, gps_gpcon, old_gpdat, gps_gpdat);
}
struct samsung_gpio_pm samsung_gpio_pm_2bit = {
.save = samsung_gpio_pm_2bit_save,
.resume = samsung_gpio_pm_2bit_resume,
};
#if defined(CONFIG_ARCH_S3C64XX) || defined(CONFIG_PLAT_S5P) \
|| defined(CONFIG_ARCH_EXYNOS)
static void samsung_gpio_pm_4bit_save(struct samsung_gpio_chip *chip)
{
chip->pm_save[1] = __raw_readl(chip->base + OFFS_CON);
chip->pm_save[2] = __raw_readl(chip->base + OFFS_DAT);
chip->pm_save[3] = __raw_readl(chip->base + OFFS_UP);
if (chip->chip.ngpio > 8)
chip->pm_save[0] = __raw_readl(chip->base - 4);
}
static u32 samsung_gpio_pm_4bit_mask(u32 old_gpcon, u32 gps_gpcon)
{
u32 old, new, mask;
u32 change_mask = 0x0;
int nr;
for (nr = 0, mask = 0x0f; nr < 16; nr += 4, mask <<= 4) {
old = (old_gpcon & mask) >> nr;
new = (gps_gpcon & mask) >> nr;
/* If there is no change, then skip */
if (old == new)
continue;
/* If both are special function, then skip */
if (is_sfn(old) && is_sfn(new))
continue;
/* Change is IN => OUT, do not change now */
if (is_in(old) && is_out(new))
continue;
/* Change is SFN => OUT, do not change now */
if (is_sfn(old) && is_out(new))
continue;
/* We should now be at the case of IN=>SFN,
* OUT=>SFN, OUT=>IN, SFN=>IN. */
change_mask |= mask;
}
return change_mask;
}
static void samsung_gpio_pm_4bit_con(struct samsung_gpio_chip *chip, int index)
{
void __iomem *con = chip->base + (index * 4);
u32 old_gpcon = __raw_readl(con);
u32 gps_gpcon = chip->pm_save[index + 1];
u32 gpcon, mask;
mask = samsung_gpio_pm_4bit_mask(old_gpcon, gps_gpcon);
gpcon = old_gpcon & ~mask;
gpcon |= gps_gpcon & mask;
__raw_writel(gpcon, con);
}
static void samsung_gpio_pm_4bit_resume(struct samsung_gpio_chip *chip)
{
void __iomem *base = chip->base;
u32 old_gpcon[2];
u32 old_gpdat = __raw_readl(base + OFFS_DAT);
u32 gps_gpdat = chip->pm_save[2];
/* First, modify the CON settings */
old_gpcon[0] = 0;
old_gpcon[1] = __raw_readl(base + OFFS_CON);
samsung_gpio_pm_4bit_con(chip, 0);
if (chip->chip.ngpio > 8) {
old_gpcon[0] = __raw_readl(base - 4);
samsung_gpio_pm_4bit_con(chip, -1);
}
/* Now change the configurations that require DAT,CON */
__raw_writel(chip->pm_save[2], base + OFFS_DAT);
__raw_writel(chip->pm_save[1], base + OFFS_CON);
if (chip->chip.ngpio > 8)
__raw_writel(chip->pm_save[0], base - 4);
__raw_writel(chip->pm_save[2], base + OFFS_DAT);
__raw_writel(chip->pm_save[3], base + OFFS_UP);
if (chip->chip.ngpio > 8) {
S3C_PMDBG("%s: CON4 %08x,%08x => %08x,%08x, DAT %08x => %08x\n",
chip->chip.label, old_gpcon[0], old_gpcon[1],
__raw_readl(base - 4),
__raw_readl(base + OFFS_CON),
old_gpdat, gps_gpdat);
} else
S3C_PMDBG("%s: CON4 %08x => %08x, DAT %08x => %08x\n",
chip->chip.label, old_gpcon[1],
__raw_readl(base + OFFS_CON),
old_gpdat, gps_gpdat);
}
struct samsung_gpio_pm samsung_gpio_pm_4bit = {
.save = samsung_gpio_pm_4bit_save,
.resume = samsung_gpio_pm_4bit_resume,
};
#endif /* CONFIG_ARCH_S3C64XX || CONFIG_PLAT_S5P || CONFIG_ARCH_EXYNOS */
/**
* samsung_pm_save_gpio() - save gpio chip data for suspend
* @ourchip: The chip for suspend.
*/
static void samsung_pm_save_gpio(struct samsung_gpio_chip *ourchip)
{
struct samsung_gpio_pm *pm = ourchip->pm;
if (pm == NULL || pm->save == NULL)
S3C_PMDBG("%s: no pm for %s\n", __func__, ourchip->chip.label);
else
pm->save(ourchip);
}
/**
* samsung_pm_save_gpios() - Save the state of the GPIO banks.
*
* For all the GPIO banks, save the state of each one ready for going
* into a suspend mode.
*/
void samsung_pm_save_gpios(void)
{
struct samsung_gpio_chip *ourchip;
unsigned int gpio_nr;
for (gpio_nr = 0; gpio_nr < S3C_GPIO_END;) {
ourchip = samsung_gpiolib_getchip(gpio_nr);
if (!ourchip) {
gpio_nr++;
continue;
}
samsung_pm_save_gpio(ourchip);
S3C_PMDBG("%s: save %08x,%08x,%08x,%08x\n",
ourchip->chip.label,
ourchip->pm_save[0],
ourchip->pm_save[1],
ourchip->pm_save[2],
ourchip->pm_save[3]);
gpio_nr += ourchip->chip.ngpio;
gpio_nr += CONFIG_S3C_GPIO_SPACE;
}
}
/**
* samsung_pm_resume_gpio() - restore gpio chip data after suspend
* @ourchip: The suspended chip.
*/
static void samsung_pm_resume_gpio(struct samsung_gpio_chip *ourchip)
{
struct samsung_gpio_pm *pm = ourchip->pm;
if (pm == NULL || pm->resume == NULL)
S3C_PMDBG("%s: no pm for %s\n", __func__, ourchip->chip.label);
else
pm->resume(ourchip);
}
void samsung_pm_restore_gpios(void)
{
struct samsung_gpio_chip *ourchip;
unsigned int gpio_nr;
for (gpio_nr = 0; gpio_nr < S3C_GPIO_END;) {
ourchip = samsung_gpiolib_getchip(gpio_nr);
if (!ourchip) {
gpio_nr++;
continue;
}
samsung_pm_resume_gpio(ourchip);
gpio_nr += ourchip->chip.ngpio;
gpio_nr += CONFIG_S3C_GPIO_SPACE;
}
}