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SubjectRe: [PATCH] mfd: cpcap: Fix interrupt regression with regmap clear_ack
* Tim Harvey <> [201113 22:07]:
> 3a6f0fb7b8eb ("regmap: irq: Add support to clear ack registers")
> appears to not only add the new clear_ack case it also attempts to
> resolve the long standing ack_invert issue with this change:
> - ret = regmap_write(map, reg, data->status_buf[i]);
> + if (chip->ack_invert)
> + ret = regmap_write(map, reg,
> + ~data->status_buf[i]);
> + else
> + ret = regmap_write(map, reg,
> + data->status_buf[i]);

Yes that's what I noticed too. And that's why cpcap was working for
me with ack_invert and without it earlier.

> However, this still doesn't resolve the issue I have with my
> device/driver because it ends up writing 1's to all the other bits in
> the ack register which keeps my device's interrupt from de-asserting.
> Perhaps that's a strange behavior of my device that it allows you to
> 'set' interrupt source bits which causes the interrupt to stay
> asserted? I'm also wondering if my issue is that I currently have the
> interrupt registered as such:
> ret = devm_regmap_add_irq_chip(dev, gsc->regmap, client->irq,
> &irq_data);
> Perhaps this should be IRQF_TRIGGER_LOW as the device will not
> de-assert its IRQ# until all source bits are cleared.

Yes could be. For cpcap, we have IRQ_TYPE_LEVEL_HIGH configured in the
motorola-cpcap-mapphone.dtsi file.

> Tony, I thought that your pcap issue was that it truly did not have an
> inverted ack and the fact that ack_invert did not work was why you
> never noticed any issue. If this is true I would think you would want
> to disable ack_invert but not necessarily enable clear_ack. Did your
> testing show it needed to toggle the ack to clear it?

Well I looked at the v3.0.8 Motorola Linux Android kernel, it actually
does clear_ack. So I'd rather keep the same logic as we have no proper
documentation for cpcap. I also confirmed still works without ack_invert
too while ack_invert now is broken. But using clear_ack now that we
have it working seems safer.



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