Re: PCA GPIO interrupt triggers, matrix-keypad
From: Wolfram Sang
Date: Tue Mar 27 2012 - 03:54:46 EST
On Mon, Mar 26, 2012 at 12:27:28PM +0200, Peter Rusko wrote:
> >? I fail to see why having EDGE_FALLING together with EDGE_RISING is not
> >supported. Are you sure you didn't use some other IRQ_TYPE here?
> Yes, you're right, the problem is not there.
It was the most likely answer looking at how IRQ_TYPE_EDGE_BOTH is
> >>I think, this patch should work:
> >Think? Can't you test it :)
> I wish that could be that simple :)
> I can test it with the matrix-keypad driver. But there's an inverter
> (+delay) in the circuit (to prevent contact bounce) and I don't know how
> it affects the signals. But in the end sometimes I don't get e.g. the
> key-release event.
It would be great if you could find out, since it might result in
arbitrary patches otherwise which would be a waste of time to review.
> Another change in the code was with the IRQ request. I could only make
> the matrix-keypad driver working with threaded interrupts:
> Is this okay, or is there another way?
The change itself is basically correct, but you need to make a proper
patch out of it. Please read Documentation/SubmittingPatches (also
Documentation/development-process/ if you haven't already) how to
generate one. Look at other threaded irq users how to convert properly
(you are missing something). Please CC me to the generated patch.
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