On 16/02/2020 16:07, Dwivedi, Avaneesh Kumar (avani) wrote:this comment is irrespective of your below comment (If we were to support Control Peripheral where the local DWC3 controller has the signals routed away entirely, then I think we would need to look into modelling that in device tree - and using an overlay to show the DWC3 controller going away in Control Peripheral mode and coming back. )?
On 2/4/2020 8:40 AM, Bryan O'Donoghue wrote:
On 03/02/2020 19:35, Bjorn Andersson wrote:
On Thu 30 Jan 20:43 PST 2020, Avaneesh Kumar Dwivedi wrote:
Hello Bryan, Thank you very much for your review comments.
Will be replying to your comments and will be posting new patchset soon as per review comments.
Please aim for keeping the sort order in this file (ignore QCOM_APR
which obviously is in the wrong place)
+ÂÂÂÂÂÂ tristate "QTI Embedded USB Debugger (EUD)"
+ÂÂÂÂÂÂ depends on ARCH_QCOM
If we persist with the model of EXTCON you should "select EXTCON" here.
I have asked this query with Bjorn Also against his review comments, whether we need to persist with extcon or need to switch to usb role switch framework, as we are notifying not only to usb controller but also to pmic charger so in case we adopt usb role switch then how we will notify to pmic charger to enable charging battery ? Also as i mentioned there my dilema is it does not look very apt to model EUD hw IP as c type connector, so please let me know your views.
I think there's a desire to model USB ports as connector child nodes of a USB controllers as opposed to the more generic extcon so, I think the effort should probably be made to model it up as typec.
Will look into this example, but seems this driver uses both extcon and usb-role-switch for notification.
1. Model as a typec connector
ÂÂ You can use usb-role-switch based on the VBUS interrupt you get
ÂÂ as an exmple
Did not comprehend this comment fully. if possible can you give some example.
2. Model the registers/gpios in the PMIC interface as regulators
ÂÂ that your typec driver could then own.
ÂÂ You wouldn't have to notify outside of your typec driver then
ÂÂ you'd just be using the regulator API.
You can use regmap to divide up the registers between devices for that.
Can that work for you ?
Yes that is correct understanding.
+static int enable_eud(struct eud_chip *priv)
+ÂÂÂ int ret;
+ÂÂÂ /* write into CSR to enable EUD */
+ÂÂÂ writel_relaxed(BIT(0), priv->eud_reg_base + EUD_REG_CSR_EUD_EN);
+ÂÂÂ /* Enable vbus, chgr & safe mode warning interrupts */
+ÂÂÂ writel_relaxed(EUD_INT_VBUS | EUD_INT_CHGR | EUD_INT_SAFE_MODE,
+ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ priv->eud_reg_base + EUD_REG_INT1_EN_MASK);
+ÂÂÂ /* Ensure Register Writes Complete */
So... You are writing a register in an on-chip PMIC. The PMIC is responsible for detecting USB ID and supplying VBUS as appropriate.
You then get an interrupt to inform you of the state ?
I am writing to EUD control port so that when EUD is enable, EUD hw IP can intercept VBUS and d+/d- signal and can reroute to PMIC or USB as per host application command in debug mode.
Reading the dts that goes with this
+The EUD (Embedded USB Debugger) is a mini-USB hub implemented
+on chip to support the USB-based debug and trace capabilities.
Ah so, the EUD is a mux, that sits between the connector and the controller, routing UTMI signals to an internal USB hub, which in-turn has debug functions attached to the hub...
Not sure what is it mean by "Can the Arm core see the hub"?
Can the Arm core see the hub ? I assume not ?
Its debug mode which we are supporting in driver.
There are a few different modes - you should probably be clear on which mode it is you are supporting.
Normal mode: (Bypass)
Port | EUD | Controller
Normal + debug hub mode: (Debug)
Port | EUD | Controller + HUB -> debug functions
Debug hub mode: (Control Peripheral)
Port | EUD | HUB -> debug functions
its not clear to me from the documentation or the code which mode it is we are targeting to be supported here.
Can you please help what you mean by "so that the Arm core never has to deal with the situation where the USB connector "goes away""
I think you should support Debug mode only here, so that the Arm core never has to deal with the situation where the USB connector "goes away".
debug mode is set run time via user, i will check how we can model such scenario where device tree corresponding to a h/w module is only valid in some scenario at run time. if possible please elaborate bit more on your suggestion
If we were to support Control Peripheral where the local DWC3 controller has the signals routed away entirely, then I think we would need to look into modelling that in device tree - and using an overlay to show the DWC3 controller going away in Control Peripheral mode and coming back.
Also final thought since the EUD can operate in different modes, it really should be a string that gets passed in - with the string name aligning to the documentation "bypass", "debug" and so on, so that the mode we are switching to is obvious to anybody who has the spec and the driver.