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usbback: fix urb interval value for interrupt urbs.

Signed-off-by: Noboru Iwamatsu <n_iwamatsu@jp.fujitsu.com>
author Keir Fraser <keir.fraser@citrix.com>
date Mon Apr 06 13:51:20 2009 +0100 (2009-04-06)
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1 /*
2 * include/asm-v850/rte_multi.c -- Support for Multi debugger monitor ROM
3 * on Midas lab RTE-CB series of evaluation boards
4 *
5 * Copyright (C) 2001,02,03 NEC Electronics Corporation
6 * Copyright (C) 2001,02,03 Miles Bader <miles@gnu.org>
7 *
8 * This file is subject to the terms and conditions of the GNU General
9 * Public License. See the file COPYING in the main directory of this
10 * archive for more details.
11 *
12 * Written by Miles Bader <miles@gnu.org>
13 */
15 #include <linux/init.h>
17 #include <asm/machdep.h>
19 #define IRQ_ADDR(irq) (0x80 + (irq) * 0x10)
21 /* A table of which interrupt vectors to install, since blindly
22 installing all of them makes the debugger stop working. This is a
23 list of offsets in the interrupt vector area; each entry means to
24 copy that particular 16-byte vector. An entry less than zero ends
25 the table. */
26 static long multi_intv_install_table[] = {
27 /* Trap vectors */
28 0x40, 0x50,
30 #ifdef CONFIG_RTE_CB_MULTI_DBTRAP
31 /* Illegal insn / dbtrap. These are used by multi, so only handle
32 them if configured to do so. */
33 0x60,
34 #endif
36 /* GINT1 - GINT3 (note, not GINT0!) */
37 IRQ_ADDR (IRQ_GINT(1)),
38 IRQ_ADDR (IRQ_GINT(2)),
39 IRQ_ADDR (IRQ_GINT(3)),
41 /* Timer D interrupts (up to 4 timers) */
42 IRQ_ADDR (IRQ_INTCMD(0)),
43 #if IRQ_INTCMD_NUM > 1
44 IRQ_ADDR (IRQ_INTCMD(1)),
45 #if IRQ_INTCMD_NUM > 2
46 IRQ_ADDR (IRQ_INTCMD(2)),
47 #if IRQ_INTCMD_NUM > 3
48 IRQ_ADDR (IRQ_INTCMD(3)),
49 #endif
50 #endif
51 #endif
53 /* UART interrupts (up to 3 channels) */
54 IRQ_ADDR (IRQ_INTSER (0)), /* err */
55 IRQ_ADDR (IRQ_INTSR (0)), /* rx */
56 IRQ_ADDR (IRQ_INTST (0)), /* tx */
57 #if IRQ_INTSR_NUM > 1
58 IRQ_ADDR (IRQ_INTSER (1)), /* err */
59 IRQ_ADDR (IRQ_INTSR (1)), /* rx */
60 IRQ_ADDR (IRQ_INTST (1)), /* tx */
61 #if IRQ_INTSR_NUM > 2
62 IRQ_ADDR (IRQ_INTSER (2)), /* err */
63 IRQ_ADDR (IRQ_INTSR (2)), /* rx */
64 IRQ_ADDR (IRQ_INTST (2)), /* tx */
65 #endif
66 #endif
68 -1
69 };
71 /* Early initialization for kernel using Multi debugger ROM monitor. */
72 void __init multi_init (void)
73 {
74 /* We're using the Multi debugger monitor, so we have to install
75 the interrupt vectors. The monitor doesn't allow them to be
76 initially downloaded into their final destination because
77 it's in the monitor's scratch-RAM area. Unfortunately, Multi
78 also doesn't deal correctly with ELF sections where the LMA
79 and VMA differ -- it just ignores the LMA -- so we can't use
80 that feature to work around the problem. What we do instead
81 is just put the interrupt vectors into a normal section, and
82 do the necessary copying and relocation here. Since the
83 interrupt vector basically only contains `jr' instructions
84 and no-ops, it's not that hard. */
85 extern unsigned long _intv_load_start, _intv_start;
86 register unsigned long *src = &_intv_load_start;
87 register unsigned long *dst = (unsigned long *)INTV_BASE;
88 register unsigned long jr_fixup = (char *)&_intv_start - (char *)dst;
89 register long *ii;
91 /* Copy interrupt vectors as instructed by multi_intv_install_table. */
92 for (ii = multi_intv_install_table; *ii >= 0; ii++) {
93 /* Copy 16-byte interrupt vector at offset *ii. */
94 int boffs;
95 for (boffs = 0; boffs < 0x10; boffs += sizeof *src) {
96 /* Copy a single word, fixing up the jump offs
97 if it's a `jr' instruction. */
98 int woffs = (*ii + boffs) / sizeof *src;
99 unsigned long word = src[woffs];
101 if ((word & 0xFC0) == 0x780) {
102 /* A `jr' insn, fix up its offset (and yes, the
103 weird half-word swapping is intentional). */
104 unsigned short hi = word & 0xFFFF;
105 unsigned short lo = word >> 16;
106 unsigned long udisp22
107 = lo + ((hi & 0x3F) << 16);
108 long disp22 = (long)(udisp22 << 10) >> 10;
110 disp22 += jr_fixup;
112 hi = ((disp22 >> 16) & 0x3F) | 0x780;
113 lo = disp22 & 0xFFFF;
115 word = hi + (lo << 16);
116 }
118 dst[woffs] = word;
119 }
120 }
121 }