On 2017-09-08 19:07, Hans de Goede wrote:
On 08-09-17 17:47, Peter Rosin wrote:
On 2017-09-05 18:42, Hans de Goede wrote:
Add MUX_USB_* and MUX_TYPEC_* state constant defines, which can be used by
USB device/host, resp. Type-C polarity/role/altmode mux drivers and
consumers to ensure that they agree on the meaning of the
mux_control_select() state argument.
Signed-off-by: Hans de Goede <hdegoede@xxxxxxxxxx>
+ * Mux state values for Type-C polarity/role/altmode muxes.
+ * MUX_TYPEC_POLARITY_INV may be or-ed together with any other mux-state as
+ * inverted-polarity (Type-C plugged in upside down) can happen with any
+ * other mux-state.
+#define MUX_TYPEC_POLARITY_INV BIT(0) /* Polarity inverted bit */
+#define MUX_TYPEC_DEVICE (0 << 1) /* USB device mode */
+#define MUX_TYPEC_HOST (1 << 1) /* USB host mode */
+#define MUX_TYPEC_HOST_AND_DP_SRC (2 << 1) /* USB host + 2 lanes DP src */
+#define MUX_TYPEC_DP_SRC (3 << 1) /* 4 lanes Display Port src */
+#define MUX_TYPEC_STATES (4 << 1)
But USB Type-C muxes need not support just these states If I read it right?
USB Type-C seems to be usable for a variety of protocols and the above list
seems pretty much like a special case for this mux (and perhaps a set of
other similar muxes). But when someone with a USB Type-C mux for different
protocols shows up, that person will probably be frustrated by these
defines, no? Or is there something I don't see that limits USB-C to DP?
In general almost all hardware is limited to the above (+ analog audio over
the 2 Sideband use pins, but I expect that to have a separate mux).
You're right, theoretically there might be other cases, e.g. there is a spec
for HDMI over Type-C (wishful thinking from the HDMI group, no one uses this),
1) I expect most muxes to implement the above set, that is what all
hardware out there supports (well that or less).
2) We can always add extra defines here, that means that a Type-C mux may
not implement all states and return -EINVAL when asked for something it
does not implement, which I understand is a bit weird from a mux subsys
pov. But that can be the case anyways because even though the mux supports
these options, the board it is used on does no necessarily have to support
these options, e.g. there may be only 2 lanes of DP hooked up to the mux
(or no DP at all, but then I would them to expect a different mux).
So the Type-C Port Manager already needs to be passed some platform
data describing which features the board has and keep that in mind
when negotiation with the dongle attached to the Type-C port, so if
we do get boards which do HDMI and no DP, then the TCPM would simply
never use the MUX_TYPEC_HOST_AND_DP_SRC and MUX_TYPEC_DP_SRC states.
Ok, I googled "usb type c mux" and came up with HD3SS460 from Texas as
the first hit.
That one has three control pins, but two of them (AMSEL and EN) are
tri-state. So 18 states in theory. However, if EN is low everything is
HighZ, so that collapses 6 states into 1, and 2 other states are reserved.
Still 11 states, which is two more than what you have implemented for
PI3USB30532. If we ignore polarity switching, it's only a one state diff.
However, when I try to make sense of the states for the HD3SS460, I don't
see anything that selects USB device or host. And I don't really see why
a Type C mux has to know that; in my head the mux should just route the
signals. And then when I look in your PI3USB30532 driver I don't seen any
such difference either. Along the same lines, the Type C mux does not
know/care if DP is source or sink. Or?
#define MUX_TYPEC_POLARITY_INV BIT(0) /* Polarity inverted bit */
#define MUX_TYPEC_USB (0 << 1) /* USB only mode */
#define MUX_TYPEC_USB_AND_DP (1 << 1) /* USB host + 2 lanes DP */
#define MUX_TYPEC_DP (2 << 1) /* 4 lanes Display Port */
#define MUX_TYPEC_STATES (3 << 1)
I'm not sure what 2 states the HS3SS460 have in addition to the above, but
the way I read the spec those to are variations on the MUX_TYPEC_USB_AND_DP
state, but routing the DP signals to alternate pins. Which suggests that
more documentation is needed to describe exactly what is meant when someone