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SubjectRe: [PATCH] ARM: proc: Add Krait proc info
On 03/07/13 22:41, Will Deacon wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 06, 2013 at 05:20:32AM +0000, Stephen Boyd wrote:
>> On 03/05/13 14:03, Stephen Boyd wrote:
>>> On 03/05/13 00:34, Will Deacon wrote:
>>>> I was looking at this the other day and wondered whether we could set
>>>> HWCAP_IDIV in __v7_setup, depending on ID_ISAR0[27:24]. I can't immediately
>>>> think why that would be difficult, but similarly there may well be a reason
>>>> why we assign it like this.
>>>>
>>>> Fancy taking a look?
>>> Ok I'll take a look.
>> Hmm. I wonder if we did it this way because between version B and C of
>> DDI0406 the definition of those bits changed.
>>
>> In DDI0406B we have
>>
>> 0 - no support
>> 1 - support
>>
>> and in DDI0406C we have
>>
>> 0 - no support
>> 1 - support in Thumb
>> 2 - support in Thumb and ARM
> Well spotted, although I think this a documentation error. I've checked both
> A7 and A15 and they both advertise '2' (although r0p0 TRM for A7 also gets
> this wrong, the CPU does the right thing).

What about the Cortex-R7? When I google "ARM ISAR0" the first hit is

http://infocenter.arm.com/help/index.jsp?topic=/com.arm.doc.ddi0363e/Bgbfafej.html

and in there it just says 1.

> What about the Qualcomm CPUs?
>

It's set to 1 in some of our earlier Krait CPU designs, but we corrected
it later on to say 2 because the hardware actually supports the
instructions in both ARM and Thumb mode. Unfortunately, we mass produced
some of these chips that say 1 so we still need to do the same kind of
MIDR check. I'm going to send the patchset right now with all this in it.

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