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CVS commit: [netbsd-6] src/sys/arch/luna68k/dev
Module Name: src
Committed By: bouyer
Date: Sun Jan 12 12:21:16 UTC 2014
src/sys/arch/luna68k/dev [netbsd-6]: lunaws.c siotty.c siovar.h
Pull up following revision(s) (requested by tsutsui in ticket #1004):
sys/arch/luna68k/dev/siotty.c: revision 1.35
sys/arch/luna68k/dev/siotty.c: revision 1.36
sys/arch/luna68k/dev/siotty.c: revision 1.37
sys/arch/luna68k/dev/siotty.c: revision 1.38
sys/arch/luna68k/dev/lunaws.c: revision 1.25
sys/arch/luna68k/dev/lunaws.c: revision 1.26
sys/arch/luna68k/dev/lunaws.c: revision 1.27
sys/arch/luna68k/dev/siovar.h: revision 1.7
sys/arch/luna68k/dev/siotty.c: revision 1.34
struct device * -> device_t, use device_xname() (from chs@)
Use softint(9) to pass received data into wskbd(9) and wsmouse(9) layers.
It might be problematic to call them from an interrupt handler at IPL_SERIAL.
Use softint(9) properly to process TX/RX data between tty(4) layer.
It could cause possible locking issue to call tty(4) layer functions
from IPL_SERIAL interrupt handlers.
Changes details (mostly similar to com(4) and z8530tty(4)):
- allocate RX buffer and put data and status into it in the interrupt handler
- call t_linesw->l_rint from the software interrupt handler
- set the only first byte in siottystart() and use t_outq buffer to send
multiple TX data
- call the next t_linesw->l_start on TX complete in the software interrupt
Also put more changes:
- handle cnmagic(9) properly (now entering ddb(4) by console BREAK works)
- allocate tty in the attach function as other drivers rather than first open
- use proper variable types
Remove initialization of unused t_softc in struct tty (to make pullup easier).
To generate a diff of this commit:
cvs rdiff -u -r18.104.22.168 -r22.214.171.124 src/sys/arch/luna68k/dev/lunaws.c
cvs rdiff -u -r1.33 -r126.96.36.199 src/sys/arch/luna68k/dev/siotty.c
cvs rdiff -u -r1.6 -r188.8.131.52 src/sys/arch/luna68k/dev/siovar.h
Please note that diffs are not public domain; they are subject to the
copyright notices on the relevant files.
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