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SubjectRe: [PATCH v2 4/9] arm: twr-k70f120m: timer driver for Kinetis SoC
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On Tuesday 30 June 2015 14:27:25 Paul Osmialowski wrote:

> +Example:
> +
> +aliases {
> + pit0 = &pit0;
> + pit1 = &pit1;
> + pit2 = &pit2;
> + pit3 = &pit3;
> +};
> +
> +pit@40037000 {
> + compatible = "fsl,kinetis-pit-timer";
> + reg = <0x40037000 0x100>;
> + clocks = <&mcg_pclk_gate 5 23>;
> + #address-cells = <1>;
> + #size-cells = <1>;
> + ranges;

All the subnodes seem to fall inside of the device's own register
area, so I think it would be nicer to use a specific 'ranges'
property that only translates the registers in question.

> / {
> + aliases {
> + pit0 = &pit0;
> + pit1 = &pit1;
> + pit2 = &pit2;
> + pit3 = &pit3;
> + };
> +
> soc {
> + pit@40037000 {
> + compatible = "fsl,kinetis-pit-timer";
> + reg = <0x40037000 0x100>;
> + clocks = <&mcg_pclk_gate 5 23>;
> + #address-cells = <1>;
> + #size-cells = <1>;
> + ranges;
> +
> + pit0: timer@40037100 {
> + reg = <0x40037100 0x10>;
> + interrupts = <68>;
> + status = "disabled";
> + };

I don't think it's necessary to have both an alias
and a label here. What do you use the alias for?

> +
> +#define KINETIS_PITMCR_PTR(base, reg) \
> + (&(((struct kinetis_pit_mcr_regs *)(base))->reg))
> +#define KINETIS_PITMCR_RD(be, base, reg) \
> + ((be) ? ioread32be(KINETIS_PITMCR_PTR(base, reg)) \
> + : ioread32(KINETIS_PITMCR_PTR(base, reg)))
> +#define KINETIS_PITMCR_WR(be, base, reg, val) do { \
> + if (be) \
> + iowrite32be((val), KINETIS_PITMCR_PTR(base, reg)); \
> + else \
> + iowrite32((val), KINETIS_PITMCR_PTR(base, reg)); \
> + } while (0)

These should really be written as inline functions. Can you
explain why you need to deal with a big-endian version of this
hardware? Can you configure the endianess of this register block
and just set it to one of the two at boot time?

> +#define KINETIS_PIT_PTR(base, reg) \
> + (&(((struct kinetis_pit_channel_regs *)(base))->reg))
> +#define KINETIS_PIT_RD(be, base, reg) \
> + ((be) ? ioread32be(KINETIS_PIT_PTR(base, reg)) \
> + : ioread32(KINETIS_PIT_PTR(base, reg)))
> +#define KINETIS_PIT_WR(be, base, reg, val) do { \
> + if (be) \
> + iowrite32be((val), KINETIS_PIT_PTR(base, reg)); \
> + else \
> + iowrite32((val), KINETIS_PIT_PTR(base, reg)); \
> + } while (0)
> +#define KINETIS_PIT_SET(be, base, reg, mask) \
> + KINETIS_PIT_WR(be, base, reg, \
> + KINETIS_PIT_RD(be, base, reg) | (mask))
> +#define KINETIS_PIT_RESET(be, base, reg, mask) \
> + KINETIS_PIT_WR(be, base, reg, \
> + KINETIS_PIT_RD(be, base, reg) & (~(mask)))


Functions again. Also, just pass a pointer to your own data structure
into the function, instead of the 'be' and 'base' values.

The 'set' and 'reset' functions look like they need a spinlock
to avoid races.

Arnd


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