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aw2-saa7146.c

/*****************************************************************************
 *
 * Copyright (C) 2008 Cedric Bregardis <cedric.bregardis@free.fr> and
 * Jean-Christian Hassler <jhassler@free.fr>
 *
 * This file is part of the Audiowerk2 ALSA driver
 *
 * The Audiowerk2 ALSA driver is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
 * modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
 * the Free Software Foundation; version 2.
 *
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 * but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
 * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
 * GNU General Public License for more details.
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 * along with the Audiowerk2 ALSA driver; if not, write to the Free Software
 * Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA  02110-1301,
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 *****************************************************************************/

#define AW2_SAA7146_M

#include <linux/init.h>
#include <linux/pci.h>
#include <linux/slab.h>
#include <linux/interrupt.h>
#include <linux/delay.h>
#include <asm/system.h>
#include <asm/io.h>
#include <sound/core.h>
#include <sound/initval.h>
#include <sound/pcm.h>
#include <sound/pcm_params.h>

#include "saa7146.h"
#include "aw2-saa7146.h"

#include "aw2-tsl.c"

#define WRITEREG(value, addr) writel((value), chip->base_addr + (addr))
#define READREG(addr) readl(chip->base_addr + (addr))

static struct snd_aw2_saa7146_cb_param
 arr_substream_it_playback_cb[NB_STREAM_PLAYBACK];
static struct snd_aw2_saa7146_cb_param
 arr_substream_it_capture_cb[NB_STREAM_CAPTURE];

static int snd_aw2_saa7146_get_limit(int size);

/* chip-specific destructor */
int snd_aw2_saa7146_free(struct snd_aw2_saa7146 *chip)
{
      /* disable all irqs */
      WRITEREG(0, IER);

      /* reset saa7146 */
      WRITEREG((MRST_N << 16), MC1);

      /* Unset base addr */
      chip->base_addr = NULL;

      return 0;
}

void snd_aw2_saa7146_setup(struct snd_aw2_saa7146 *chip,
                     void __iomem *pci_base_addr)
{
      /* set PCI burst/threshold

         Burst length definition
         VALUE    BURST LENGTH
         000      1 Dword
         001      2 Dwords
         010      4 Dwords
         011      8 Dwords
         100      16 Dwords
         101      32 Dwords
         110      64 Dwords
         111      128 Dwords

         Threshold definition
         VALUE    WRITE MODE              READ MODE
         00       1 Dword of valid data   1 empty Dword
         01       4 Dwords of valid data  4 empty Dwords
         10       8 Dwords of valid data  8 empty Dwords
         11       16 Dwords of valid data 16 empty Dwords */

      unsigned int acon2;
      unsigned int acon1 = 0;
      int i;

      /* Set base addr */
      chip->base_addr = pci_base_addr;

      /* disable all irqs */
      WRITEREG(0, IER);

      /* reset saa7146 */
      WRITEREG((MRST_N << 16), MC1);

      /* enable audio interface */
#ifdef __BIG_ENDIAN
      acon1 |= A1_SWAP;
      acon1 |= A2_SWAP;
#endif
      /* WS0_CTRL, WS0_SYNC: input TSL1, I2S */

      /* At initialization WS1 and WS2 are disbaled (configured as input */
      acon1 |= 0 * WS1_CTRL;
      acon1 |= 0 * WS2_CTRL;

      /* WS4 is not used. So it must not restart A2.
         This is why it is configured as output (force to low) */
      acon1 |= 3 * WS4_CTRL;

      /* WS3_CTRL, WS3_SYNC: output TSL2, I2S */
      acon1 |= 2 * WS3_CTRL;

      /* A1 and A2 are active and asynchronous */
      acon1 |= 3 * AUDIO_MODE;
      WRITEREG(acon1, ACON1);

      /* The following comes from original windows driver.
         It is needed to have a correct behavior of input and output
         simultenously, but I don't know why ! */
      WRITEREG(3 * (BurstA1_in) + 3 * (ThreshA1_in) +
             3 * (BurstA1_out) + 3 * (ThreshA1_out) +
             3 * (BurstA2_out) + 3 * (ThreshA2_out), PCI_BT_A);

      /* enable audio port pins */
      WRITEREG((EAP << 16) | EAP, MC1);

      /* enable I2C */
      WRITEREG((EI2C << 16) | EI2C, MC1);
      /* enable interrupts */
      WRITEREG(A1_out | A2_out | A1_in | IIC_S | IIC_E, IER);

      /* audio configuration */
      acon2 = A2_CLKSRC | BCLK1_OEN;
      WRITEREG(acon2, ACON2);

      /* By default use analog input */
      snd_aw2_saa7146_use_digital_input(chip, 0);

      /* TSL setup */
      for (i = 0; i < 8; ++i) {
            WRITEREG(tsl1[i], TSL1 + (i * 4));
            WRITEREG(tsl2[i], TSL2 + (i * 4));
      }

}

void snd_aw2_saa7146_pcm_init_playback(struct snd_aw2_saa7146 *chip,
                               int stream_number,
                               unsigned long dma_addr,
                               unsigned long period_size,
                               unsigned long buffer_size)
{
      unsigned long dw_page, dw_limit;

      /* Configure DMA for substream
         Configuration informations: ALSA has allocated continuous memory
         pages. So we don't need to use MMU of saa7146.
       */

      /* No MMU -> nothing to do with PageA1, we only configure the limit of
         PageAx_out register */
      /* Disable MMU */
      dw_page = (0L << 11);

      /* Configure Limit for DMA access.
         The limit register defines an address limit, which generates
         an interrupt if passed by the actual PCI address pointer.
         '0001' means an interrupt will be generated if the lower
         6 bits (64 bytes) of the PCI address are zero. '0010'
         defines a limit of 128 bytes, '0011' one of 256 bytes, and
         so on up to 1 Mbyte defined by '1111'. This interrupt range
         can be calculated as follows:
         Range = 2^(5 + Limit) bytes.
       */
      dw_limit = snd_aw2_saa7146_get_limit(period_size);
      dw_page |= (dw_limit << 4);

      if (stream_number == 0) {
            WRITEREG(dw_page, PageA2_out);

            /* Base address for DMA transfert. */
            /* This address has been reserved by ALSA. */
            /* This is a physical address */
            WRITEREG(dma_addr, BaseA2_out);

            /* Define upper limit for DMA access */
            WRITEREG(dma_addr + buffer_size, ProtA2_out);

      } else if (stream_number == 1) {
            WRITEREG(dw_page, PageA1_out);

            /* Base address for DMA transfert. */
            /* This address has been reserved by ALSA. */
            /* This is a physical address */
            WRITEREG(dma_addr, BaseA1_out);

            /* Define upper limit for DMA access */
            WRITEREG(dma_addr + buffer_size, ProtA1_out);
      } else {
            printk(KERN_ERR
                   "aw2: snd_aw2_saa7146_pcm_init_playback: "
                   "Substream number is not 0 or 1 -> not managed\n");
      }
}

void snd_aw2_saa7146_pcm_init_capture(struct snd_aw2_saa7146 *chip,
                              int stream_number, unsigned long dma_addr,
                              unsigned long period_size,
                              unsigned long buffer_size)
{
      unsigned long dw_page, dw_limit;

      /* Configure DMA for substream
         Configuration informations: ALSA has allocated continuous memory
         pages. So we don't need to use MMU of saa7146.
       */

      /* No MMU -> nothing to do with PageA1, we only configure the limit of
         PageAx_out register */
      /* Disable MMU */
      dw_page = (0L << 11);

      /* Configure Limit for DMA access.
         The limit register defines an address limit, which generates
         an interrupt if passed by the actual PCI address pointer.
         '0001' means an interrupt will be generated if the lower
         6 bits (64 bytes) of the PCI address are zero. '0010'
         defines a limit of 128 bytes, '0011' one of 256 bytes, and
         so on up to 1 Mbyte defined by '1111'. This interrupt range
         can be calculated as follows:
         Range = 2^(5 + Limit) bytes.
       */
      dw_limit = snd_aw2_saa7146_get_limit(period_size);
      dw_page |= (dw_limit << 4);

      if (stream_number == 0) {
            WRITEREG(dw_page, PageA1_in);

            /* Base address for DMA transfert. */
            /* This address has been reserved by ALSA. */
            /* This is a physical address */
            WRITEREG(dma_addr, BaseA1_in);

            /* Define upper limit for DMA access  */
            WRITEREG(dma_addr + buffer_size, ProtA1_in);
      } else {
            printk(KERN_ERR
                   "aw2: snd_aw2_saa7146_pcm_init_capture: "
                   "Substream number is not 0 -> not managed\n");
      }
}

void snd_aw2_saa7146_define_it_playback_callback(unsigned int stream_number,
                                     snd_aw2_saa7146_it_cb
                                     p_it_callback,
                                     void *p_callback_param)
{
      if (stream_number < NB_STREAM_PLAYBACK) {
            arr_substream_it_playback_cb[stream_number].p_it_callback =
                (snd_aw2_saa7146_it_cb) p_it_callback;
            arr_substream_it_playback_cb[stream_number].p_callback_param =
                (void *)p_callback_param;
      }
}

void snd_aw2_saa7146_define_it_capture_callback(unsigned int stream_number,
                                    snd_aw2_saa7146_it_cb
                                    p_it_callback,
                                    void *p_callback_param)
{
      if (stream_number < NB_STREAM_CAPTURE) {
            arr_substream_it_capture_cb[stream_number].p_it_callback =
                (snd_aw2_saa7146_it_cb) p_it_callback;
            arr_substream_it_capture_cb[stream_number].p_callback_param =
                (void *)p_callback_param;
      }
}

void snd_aw2_saa7146_pcm_trigger_start_playback(struct snd_aw2_saa7146 *chip,
                                    int stream_number)
{
      unsigned int acon1 = 0;
      /* In aw8 driver, dma transfert is always active. It is
         started and stopped in a larger "space" */
      acon1 = READREG(ACON1);
      if (stream_number == 0) {
            WRITEREG((TR_E_A2_OUT << 16) | TR_E_A2_OUT, MC1);

            /* WS2_CTRL, WS2_SYNC: output TSL2, I2S */
            acon1 |= 2 * WS2_CTRL;
            WRITEREG(acon1, ACON1);

      } else if (stream_number == 1) {
            WRITEREG((TR_E_A1_OUT << 16) | TR_E_A1_OUT, MC1);

            /* WS1_CTRL, WS1_SYNC: output TSL1, I2S */
            acon1 |= 1 * WS1_CTRL;
            WRITEREG(acon1, ACON1);
      }
}

void snd_aw2_saa7146_pcm_trigger_stop_playback(struct snd_aw2_saa7146 *chip,
                                     int stream_number)
{
      unsigned int acon1 = 0;
      acon1 = READREG(ACON1);
      if (stream_number == 0) {
            /* WS2_CTRL, WS2_SYNC: output TSL2, I2S */
            acon1 &= ~(3 * WS2_CTRL);
            WRITEREG(acon1, ACON1);

            WRITEREG((TR_E_A2_OUT << 16), MC1);
      } else if (stream_number == 1) {
            /* WS1_CTRL, WS1_SYNC: output TSL1, I2S */
            acon1 &= ~(3 * WS1_CTRL);
            WRITEREG(acon1, ACON1);

            WRITEREG((TR_E_A1_OUT << 16), MC1);
      }
}

void snd_aw2_saa7146_pcm_trigger_start_capture(struct snd_aw2_saa7146 *chip,
                                     int stream_number)
{
      /* In aw8 driver, dma transfert is always active. It is
         started and stopped in a larger "space" */
      if (stream_number == 0)
            WRITEREG((TR_E_A1_IN << 16) | TR_E_A1_IN, MC1);
}

void snd_aw2_saa7146_pcm_trigger_stop_capture(struct snd_aw2_saa7146 *chip,
                                    int stream_number)
{
      if (stream_number == 0)
            WRITEREG((TR_E_A1_IN << 16), MC1);
}

irqreturn_t snd_aw2_saa7146_interrupt(int irq, void *dev_id)
{
      unsigned int isr;
      unsigned int iicsta;
      struct snd_aw2_saa7146 *chip = dev_id;

      isr = READREG(ISR);
      if (!isr)
            return IRQ_NONE;

      WRITEREG(isr, ISR);

      if (isr & (IIC_S | IIC_E)) {
            iicsta = READREG(IICSTA);
            WRITEREG(0x100, IICSTA);
      }

      if (isr & A1_out) {
            if (arr_substream_it_playback_cb[1].p_it_callback != NULL) {
                  arr_substream_it_playback_cb[1].
                      p_it_callback(arr_substream_it_playback_cb[1].
                                p_callback_param);
            }
      }
      if (isr & A2_out) {
            if (arr_substream_it_playback_cb[0].p_it_callback != NULL) {
                  arr_substream_it_playback_cb[0].
                      p_it_callback(arr_substream_it_playback_cb[0].
                                p_callback_param);
            }

      }
      if (isr & A1_in) {
            if (arr_substream_it_capture_cb[0].p_it_callback != NULL) {
                  arr_substream_it_capture_cb[0].
                      p_it_callback(arr_substream_it_capture_cb[0].
                                p_callback_param);
            }
      }
      return IRQ_HANDLED;
}

unsigned int snd_aw2_saa7146_get_hw_ptr_playback(struct snd_aw2_saa7146 *chip,
                                     int stream_number,
                                     unsigned char *start_addr,
                                     unsigned int buffer_size)
{
      long pci_adp = 0;
      size_t ptr = 0;

      if (stream_number == 0) {
            pci_adp = READREG(PCI_ADP3);
            ptr = pci_adp - (long)start_addr;

            if (ptr == buffer_size)
                  ptr = 0;
      }
      if (stream_number == 1) {
            pci_adp = READREG(PCI_ADP1);
            ptr = pci_adp - (size_t) start_addr;

            if (ptr == buffer_size)
                  ptr = 0;
      }
      return ptr;
}

unsigned int snd_aw2_saa7146_get_hw_ptr_capture(struct snd_aw2_saa7146 *chip,
                                    int stream_number,
                                    unsigned char *start_addr,
                                    unsigned int buffer_size)
{
      size_t pci_adp = 0;
      size_t ptr = 0;
      if (stream_number == 0) {
            pci_adp = READREG(PCI_ADP2);
            ptr = pci_adp - (size_t) start_addr;

            if (ptr == buffer_size)
                  ptr = 0;
      }
      return ptr;
}

void snd_aw2_saa7146_use_digital_input(struct snd_aw2_saa7146 *chip,
                               int use_digital)
{
      /* FIXME: switch between analog and digital input does not always work.
         It can produce a kind of white noise. It seams that received data
         are inverted sometime (endian inversion). Why ? I don't know, maybe
         a problem of synchronization... However for the time being I have
         not found the problem. Workaround: switch again (and again) between
         digital and analog input until it works. */
      if (use_digital)
            WRITEREG(0x40, GPIO_CTRL);
      else
            WRITEREG(0x50, GPIO_CTRL);
}

int snd_aw2_saa7146_is_using_digital_input(struct snd_aw2_saa7146 *chip)
{
      unsigned int reg_val = READREG(GPIO_CTRL);
      if ((reg_val & 0xFF) == 0x40)
            return 1;
      else
            return 0;
}


static int snd_aw2_saa7146_get_limit(int size)
{
      int limitsize = 32;
      int limit = 0;
      while (limitsize < size) {
            limitsize *= 2;
            limit++;
      }
      return limit;
}

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