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Revision 1.1.1.1 (vendor branch), Tue Mar 4 16:16:14 2008 UTC (12 years, 6 months ago) by nbrk
Branch: OPENBSD_4_2_BASE, MAIN
CVS Tags: jornada-partial-support-wip, HEAD
Changes since 1.1: +0 -0 lines

Import of OpenBSD 4.2 release kernel tree with initial code to support 
Jornada 720/728, StrongARM 1110-based handheld PC.
At this point kernel roots on NFS and boots into vfs_mountroot() and traps.
What is supported:
- glass console, Jornada framebuffer (jfb) works in 16bpp direct color mode
(needs some palette tweaks for non black/white/blue colors, i think)
- saic, SA11x0 interrupt controller (needs cleanup)
- sacom, SA11x0 UART (supported only as boot console for now)
- SA11x0 GPIO controller fully supported (but can't handle multiple interrupt
handlers on one gpio pin)
- sassp, SSP port on SA11x0 that attaches spibus
- Jornada microcontroller (jmcu) to control kbd, battery, etc throught
the SPI bus (wskbd attaches on jmcu, but not tested)
- tod functions seem work
- initial code for SA-1111 (chip companion) : this is TODO

Next important steps, i think:
- gpio and intc on sa1111
- pcmcia support for sa11x0 (and sa1111 help logic)
- REAL root on nfs when we have PCMCIA support (we may use any of supported pccard NICs)
- root on wd0! (using already supported PCMCIA-ATA)

/*	$OpenBSD: timeout.h,v 1.16 2003/06/03 01:27:31 art Exp $	*/
/*
 * Copyright (c) 2000-2001 Artur Grabowski <art@openbsd.org>
 * All rights reserved. 
 *
 * Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without 
 * modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions 
 * are met: 
 *
 * 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright 
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 * 2. The name of the author may not be used to endorse or promote products
 *    derived from this software without specific prior written permission. 
 *
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 * INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY
 * AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL
 * THE AUTHOR BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL,
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 * PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS;
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 * OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF
 * ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE. 
 */

#ifndef _SYS_TIMEOUT_H_
#define _SYS_TIMEOUT_H_

/*
 * Interface for handling time driven events in the kernel.
 *
 * The basic component of this API is the struct timeout. The user should not
 * touch the internals of this structure, but it's the users responsibility
 * to allocate and deallocate timeouts.
 *
 * The functions used to manipulate timeouts are:
 *  - timeout_set(timeout, function, argument)
 *      Initializes a timeout struct to call the function with the argument.
 *      A timeout only needs to be initialized once.
 *  - timeout_add(timeout, ticks)
 *      Schedule this timeout to run in "ticks" ticks (there are hz ticks in
 *      one second). You may not touch the timeout with timeout_set once the
 *      timeout is scheduled. A second call to timeout_add with an already
 *      scheduled timeout will cause the old timeout to be canceled and the
 *      new will be scheduled.
 *  - timeout_del(timeout)
 *      Remove the timeout from the timeout queue. It's legal to remove
 *      a timeout that has already happened.
 *
 * These functions may be called in interrupt context (anything below splhigh).
 */

struct circq {
	struct circq *next;		/* next element */
	struct circq *prev;		/* previous element */
};

struct timeout {
	struct circq to_list;			/* timeout queue, don't move */
	void (*to_func)(void *);		/* function to call */
	void *to_arg;				/* function argument */
	int to_time;				/* ticks on event */
	int to_flags;				/* misc flags */
};

/*
 * flags in the to_flags field.
 */
#define TIMEOUT_ONQUEUE		2	/* timeout is on the todo queue */
#define TIMEOUT_INITIALIZED	4	/* timeout is initialized */
#define TIMEOUT_TRIGGERED       8       /* timeout is running or ran */
/*
 * special macros
 *
 * timeout_pending(to) - is this timeout already scheduled to run?
 * timeout_initialized(to) - is this timeout initialized?
 */
#define timeout_pending(to) ((to)->to_flags & TIMEOUT_ONQUEUE)
#define timeout_initialized(to) ((to)->to_flags & TIMEOUT_INITIALIZED)
#define timeout_triggered(to) ((to)->to_flags & TIMEOUT_TRIGGERED)

#ifdef _KERNEL
void timeout_set(struct timeout *, void (*)(void *), void *);
void timeout_add(struct timeout *, int);
void timeout_del(struct timeout *);

void timeout_startup(void);

/*
 * called once every hardclock. returns non-zero if we need to schedule a
 * softclock.
 */
int timeout_hardclock_update(void);
#endif /* _KERNEL */

#endif	/* _SYS_TIMEOUT_H_ */