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/*
* IEEE-1284 implementation for parport.
*
* Authors: Phil Blundell <philb@gnu.org>
* Carsten Gross <carsten@sol.wohnheim.uni-ulm.de>
* Jose Renau <renau@acm.org>
* Tim Waugh <tim@cyberelk.demon.co.uk> (largely rewritten)
*
* This file is responsible for IEEE 1284 negotiation, and for handing
* read/write requests to low-level drivers.
*
* Any part of this program may be used in documents licensed under
* the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.1 or any later version
* published by the Free Software Foundation.
*
* Various hacks, Fred Barnes <frmb2@ukc.ac.uk>, 04/2000
*/
#include <linux/module.h>
#include <linux/threads.h>
#include <linux/parport.h>
#include <linux/delay.h>
#include <linux/kernel.h>
#include <linux/interrupt.h>
#include <linux/timer.h>
#include <linux/sched/signal.h>
#undef DEBUG /* undef me for production */
#ifdef CONFIG_LP_CONSOLE
#undef DEBUG /* Don't want a garbled console */
#endif
#ifdef DEBUG
#define DPRINTK(stuff...) printk (stuff)
#else
#define DPRINTK(stuff...)
#endif
/* Make parport_wait_peripheral wake up.
* It will be useful to call this from an interrupt handler. */
static void parport_ieee1284_wakeup (struct parport *port)
{
up (&port->physport->ieee1284.irq);
}
static void timeout_waiting_on_port (struct timer_list *t)
{
struct parport *port = from_timer(port, t, timer);
parport_ieee1284_wakeup (port);
}
/**
* parport_wait_event - wait for an event on a parallel port
* @port: port to wait on
* @timeout: time to wait (in jiffies)
*
* This function waits for up to @timeout jiffies for an
* interrupt to occur on a parallel port. If the port timeout is
* set to zero, it returns immediately.
*
* If an interrupt occurs before the timeout period elapses, this
* function returns zero immediately. If it times out, it returns
* one. An error code less than zero indicates an error (most
* likely a pending signal), and the calling code should finish
* what it's doing as soon as it can.
*/
int parport_wait_event (struct parport *port, signed long timeout)
{
int ret;
if (!port->physport->cad->timeout)
/* Zero timeout is special, and we can't down() the
semaphore. */
return 1;
timer_setup(&port->timer, timeout_waiting_on_port, 0);
mod_timer(&port->timer, jiffies + timeout);
ret = down_interruptible (&port->physport->ieee1284.irq);
if (!del_timer_sync(&port->timer) && !ret)
/* Timed out. */
ret = 1;
return ret;
}
/**
* parport_poll_peripheral - poll status lines
* @port: port to watch
* @mask: status lines to watch
* @result: desired values of chosen status lines
* @usec: timeout
*
* This function busy-waits until the masked status lines have
* the desired values, or until the timeout period elapses. The
* @mask and @result parameters are bitmasks, with the bits
* defined by the constants in parport.h: %PARPORT_STATUS_BUSY,
* and so on.
*
* This function does not call schedule(); instead it busy-waits
* using udelay(). It currently has a resolution of 5usec.
*
* If the status lines take on the desired values before the
* timeout period elapses, parport_poll_peripheral() returns zero
* immediately. A return value greater than zero indicates
* a timeout. An error code (less than zero) indicates an error,
* most likely a signal that arrived, and the caller should
* finish what it is doing as soon as possible.
*/
int parport_poll_peripheral(struct parport *port,
unsigned char mask,
unsigned char result,
int usec)
{
/* Zero return code is success, >0 is timeout. */
int count = usec / 5 + 2;
int i;
unsigned char status;
for (i = 0; i < count; i++) {
status = parport_read_status (port);
if ((status & mask) == result)
return 0;
if (signal_pending (current))
return -EINTR;
if (need_resched())
break;
if (i >= 2)
udelay (5);
}
return 1;
}
/**
* parport_wait_peripheral - wait for status lines to change in 35ms
* @port: port to watch
* @mask: status lines to watch
* @result: desired values of chosen status lines
*
* This function waits until the masked status lines have the
* desired values, or until 35ms have elapsed (see IEEE 1284-1994
* page 24 to 25 for why this value in particular is hardcoded).
* The @mask and @result parameters are bitmasks, with the bits
* defined by the constants in parport.h: %PARPORT_STATUS_BUSY,
* and so on.
*
* The port is polled quickly to start off with, in anticipation
* of a fast response from the peripheral. This fast polling
* time is configurable (using /proc), and defaults to 500usec.
* If the timeout for this port (see parport_set_timeout()) is
* zero, the fast polling time is 35ms, and this function does
* not call schedule().
*
* If the timeout for this port is non-zero, after the fast
* polling fails it uses parport_wait_event() to wait for up to
* 10ms, waking up if an interrupt occurs.
*/
int parport_wait_peripheral(struct parport *port,
unsigned char mask,
unsigned char result)
{
int ret;
int usec;
unsigned long deadline;
unsigned char status;
usec = port->physport->spintime; /* usecs of fast polling */
if (!port->physport->cad->timeout)
/* A zero timeout is "special": busy wait for the
entire 35ms. */
usec = 35000;
/* Fast polling.
*
* This should be adjustable.
* How about making a note (in the device structure) of how long
* it takes, so we know for next time?
*/
ret = parport_poll_peripheral (port, mask, result, usec);
if (ret != 1)
return ret;
if (!port->physport->cad->timeout)
/* We may be in an interrupt handler, so we can't poll
* slowly anyway. */
return 1;
/* 40ms of slow polling. */
deadline = jiffies + msecs_to_jiffies(40);
while (time_before (jiffies, deadline)) {
if (signal_pending (current))
return -EINTR;
/* Wait for 10ms (or until an interrupt occurs if
* the handler is set) */
if ((ret = parport_wait_event (port, msecs_to_jiffies(10))) < 0)
return ret;
status = parport_read_status (port);
if ((status & mask) == result)
return 0;
if (!ret) {
/* parport_wait_event didn't time out, but the
* peripheral wasn't actually ready either.
* Wait for another 10ms. */
schedule_timeout_interruptible(msecs_to_jiffies(10));
}
}
return 1;
}
#ifdef CONFIG_PARPORT_1284
/* Terminate a negotiated mode. */
static void parport_ieee1284_terminate (struct parport *port)
{
int r;
port = port->physport;
/* EPP terminates differently. */
switch (port->ieee1284.mode) {
case IEEE1284_MODE_EPP:
case IEEE1284_MODE_EPPSL:
case IEEE1284_MODE_EPPSWE:
/* Terminate from EPP mode. */
/* Event 68: Set nInit low */
parport_frob_control (port, PARPORT_CONTROL_INIT, 0);
udelay (50);
/* Event 69: Set nInit high, nSelectIn low */
parport_frob_control (port,
PARPORT_CONTROL_SELECT
| PARPORT_CONTROL_INIT,
PARPORT_CONTROL_SELECT
| PARPORT_CONTROL_INIT);
break;
case IEEE1284_MODE_ECP:
case IEEE1284_MODE_ECPRLE:
case IEEE1284_MODE_ECPSWE:
/* In ECP we can only terminate from fwd idle phase. */
if (port->ieee1284.phase != IEEE1284_PH_FWD_IDLE) {
/* Event 47: Set nInit high */
parport_frob_control (port,
PARPORT_CONTROL_INIT
| PARPORT_CONTROL_AUTOFD,
PARPORT_CONTROL_INIT
| PARPORT_CONTROL_AUTOFD);
/* Event 49: PError goes high */
r = parport_wait_peripheral (port,
PARPORT_STATUS_PAPEROUT,
PARPORT_STATUS_PAPEROUT);
if (r)
DPRINTK (KERN_INFO "%s: Timeout at event 49\n",
port->name);
parport_data_forward (port);
DPRINTK (KERN_DEBUG "%s: ECP direction: forward\n",
port->name);
port->ieee1284.phase = IEEE1284_PH_FWD_IDLE;
}
/* fall-though.. */
default:
/* Terminate from all other modes. */
/* Event 22: Set nSelectIn low, nAutoFd high */
parport_frob_control (port,
PARPORT_CONTROL_SELECT
| PARPORT_CONTROL_AUTOFD,
PARPORT_CONTROL_SELECT);
/* Event 24: nAck goes low */
r = parport_wait_peripheral (port, PARPORT_STATUS_ACK, 0);
if (r)
DPRINTK (KERN_INFO "%s: Timeout at event 24\n",
port->name);
/* Event 25: Set nAutoFd low */
parport_frob_control (port,
PARPORT_CONTROL_AUTOFD,
PARPORT_CONTROL_AUTOFD);
/* Event 27: nAck goes high */
r = parport_wait_peripheral (port,
PARPORT_STATUS_ACK,
PARPORT_STATUS_ACK);
if (r)
DPRINTK (KERN_INFO "%s: Timeout at event 27\n",
port->name);
/* Event 29: Set nAutoFd high */
parport_frob_control (port, PARPORT_CONTROL_AUTOFD, 0);
}
port->ieee1284.mode = IEEE1284_MODE_COMPAT;
port->ieee1284.phase = IEEE1284_PH_FWD_IDLE;
DPRINTK (KERN_DEBUG "%s: In compatibility (forward idle) mode\n",
port->name);
}
#endif /* IEEE1284 support */
/**
* parport_negotiate - negotiate an IEEE 1284 mode
* @port: port to use
* @mode: mode to negotiate to
*
* Use this to negotiate to a particular IEEE 1284 transfer mode.
* The @mode parameter should be one of the constants in
* parport.h starting %IEEE1284_MODE_xxx.
*
* The return value is 0 if the peripheral has accepted the
* negotiation to the mode specified, -1 if the peripheral is not
* IEEE 1284 compliant (or not present), or 1 if the peripheral
* has rejected the negotiation.
*/
int parport_negotiate (struct parport *port, int mode)
{
#ifndef CONFIG_PARPORT_1284
if (mode == IEEE1284_MODE_COMPAT)
return 0;
printk (KERN_ERR "parport: IEEE1284 not supported in this kernel\n");
return -1;
#else
int m = mode & ~IEEE1284_ADDR;
int r;
unsigned char xflag;
port = port->physport;
/* Is there anything to do? */
if (port->ieee1284.mode == mode)
return 0;
/* Is the difference just an address-or-not bit? */
if ((port->ieee1284.mode & ~IEEE1284_ADDR) == (mode & ~IEEE1284_ADDR)){
port->ieee1284.mode = mode;
return 0;
}
/* Go to compatibility forward idle mode */
if (port->ieee1284.mode != IEEE1284_MODE_COMPAT)
parport_ieee1284_terminate (port);
if (mode == IEEE1284_MODE_COMPAT)
/* Compatibility mode: no negotiation. */
return 0;
switch (mode) {
case IEEE1284_MODE_ECPSWE:
m = IEEE1284_MODE_ECP;
break;
case IEEE1284_MODE_EPPSL:
case IEEE1284_MODE_EPPSWE:
m = IEEE1284_MODE_EPP;
break;
case IEEE1284_MODE_BECP:
return -ENOSYS; /* FIXME (implement BECP) */
}
if (mode & IEEE1284_EXT_LINK)
m = 1<<7; /* request extensibility link */
port->ieee1284.phase = IEEE1284_PH_NEGOTIATION;
/* Start off with nStrobe and nAutoFd high, and nSelectIn low */
parport_frob_control (port,
PARPORT_CONTROL_STROBE
| PARPORT_CONTROL_AUTOFD
| PARPORT_CONTROL_SELECT,
PARPORT_CONTROL_SELECT);
udelay(1);
/* Event 0: Set data */
parport_data_forward (port);
parport_write_data (port, m);
udelay (400); /* Shouldn't need to wait this long. */
/* Event 1: Set nSelectIn high, nAutoFd low */
parport_frob_control (port,
PARPORT_CONTROL_SELECT
| PARPORT_CONTROL_AUTOFD,
PARPORT_CONTROL_AUTOFD);
/* Event 2: PError, Select, nFault go high, nAck goes low */
if (parport_wait_peripheral (port,
PARPORT_STATUS_ERROR
| PARPORT_STATUS_SELECT
| PARPORT_STATUS_PAPEROUT
| PARPORT_STATUS_ACK,
PARPORT_STATUS_ERROR
| PARPORT_STATUS_SELECT
| PARPORT_STATUS_PAPEROUT)) {
/* Timeout */
parport_frob_control (port,
PARPORT_CONTROL_SELECT
| PARPORT_CONTROL_AUTOFD,
PARPORT_CONTROL_SELECT);
DPRINTK (KERN_DEBUG
"%s: Peripheral not IEEE1284 compliant (0x%02X)\n",
port->name, parport_read_status (port));
port->ieee1284.phase = IEEE1284_PH_FWD_IDLE;
return -1; /* Not IEEE1284 compliant */
}
/* Event 3: Set nStrobe low */
parport_frob_control (port,
PARPORT_CONTROL_STROBE,
PARPORT_CONTROL_STROBE);
/* Event 4: Set nStrobe and nAutoFd high */
udelay (5);
parport_frob_control (port,
PARPORT_CONTROL_STROBE
| PARPORT_CONTROL_AUTOFD,
0);
/* Event 6: nAck goes high */
if (parport_wait_peripheral (port,
PARPORT_STATUS_ACK,
PARPORT_STATUS_ACK)) {
/* This shouldn't really happen with a compliant device. */
DPRINTK (KERN_DEBUG
"%s: Mode 0x%02x not supported? (0x%02x)\n",
port->name, mode, port->ops->read_status (port));
parport_ieee1284_terminate (port);
return 1;
}
xflag = parport_read_status (port) & PARPORT_STATUS_SELECT;
/* xflag should be high for all modes other than nibble (0). */
if (mode && !xflag) {
/* Mode not supported. */
DPRINTK (KERN_DEBUG "%s: Mode 0x%02x rejected by peripheral\n",
port->name, mode);
parport_ieee1284_terminate (port);
return 1;
}
/* More to do if we've requested extensibility link. */
if (mode & IEEE1284_EXT_LINK) {
m = mode & 0x7f;
udelay (1);
parport_write_data (port, m);
udelay (1);
/* Event 51: Set nStrobe low */
parport_frob_control (port,
PARPORT_CONTROL_STROBE,
PARPORT_CONTROL_STROBE);
/* Event 52: nAck goes low */
if (parport_wait_peripheral (port, PARPORT_STATUS_ACK, 0)) {
/* This peripheral is _very_ slow. */
DPRINTK (KERN_DEBUG
"%s: Event 52 didn't happen\n",
port->name);
parport_ieee1284_terminate (port);
return 1;
}
/* Event 53: Set nStrobe high */
parport_frob_control (port,
PARPORT_CONTROL_STROBE,
0);
/* Event 55: nAck goes high */
if (parport_wait_peripheral (port,
PARPORT_STATUS_ACK,
PARPORT_STATUS_ACK)) {
/* This shouldn't really happen with a compliant
* device. */
DPRINTK (KERN_DEBUG
"%s: Mode 0x%02x not supported? (0x%02x)\n",
port->name, mode,
port->ops->read_status (port));
parport_ieee1284_terminate (port);
return 1;
}
/* Event 54: Peripheral sets XFlag to reflect support */
xflag = parport_read_status (port) & PARPORT_STATUS_SELECT;
/* xflag should be high. */
if (!xflag) {
/* Extended mode not supported. */
DPRINTK (KERN_DEBUG "%s: Extended mode 0x%02x not "
"supported\n", port->name, mode);
parport_ieee1284_terminate (port);
return 1;
}
/* Any further setup is left to the caller. */
}
/* Mode is supported */
DPRINTK (KERN_DEBUG "%s: In mode 0x%02x\n", port->name, mode);
port->ieee1284.mode = mode;
/* But ECP is special */
if (!(mode & IEEE1284_EXT_LINK) && (m & IEEE1284_MODE_ECP)) {
port->ieee1284.phase = IEEE1284_PH_ECP_SETUP;
/* Event 30: Set nAutoFd low */
parport_frob_control (port,
PARPORT_CONTROL_AUTOFD,
PARPORT_CONTROL_AUTOFD);
/* Event 31: PError goes high. */
r = parport_wait_peripheral (port,
PARPORT_STATUS_PAPEROUT,
PARPORT_STATUS_PAPEROUT);
if (r) {
DPRINTK (KERN_INFO "%s: Timeout at event 31\n",
port->name);
}
port->ieee1284.phase = IEEE1284_PH_FWD_IDLE;
DPRINTK (KERN_DEBUG "%s: ECP direction: forward\n",
port->name);
} else switch (mode) {
case IEEE1284_MODE_NIBBLE:
case IEEE1284_MODE_BYTE:
port->ieee1284.phase = IEEE1284_PH_REV_IDLE;
break;
default:
port->ieee1284.phase = IEEE1284_PH_FWD_IDLE;
}
return 0;
#endif /* IEEE1284 support */
}
/* Acknowledge that the peripheral has data available.
* Events 18-20, in order to get from Reverse Idle phase
* to Host Busy Data Available.
* This will most likely be called from an interrupt.
* Returns zero if data was available.
*/
#ifdef CONFIG_PARPORT_1284
static int parport_ieee1284_ack_data_avail (struct parport *port)
{
if (parport_read_status (port) & PARPORT_STATUS_ERROR)
/* Event 18 didn't happen. */
return -1;
/* Event 20: nAutoFd goes high. */
port->ops->frob_control (port, PARPORT_CONTROL_AUTOFD, 0);
port->ieee1284.phase = IEEE1284_PH_HBUSY_DAVAIL;
return 0;
}
#endif /* IEEE1284 support */
/* Handle an interrupt. */
void parport_ieee1284_interrupt (void *handle)
{
struct parport *port = handle;
parport_ieee1284_wakeup (port);
#ifdef CONFIG_PARPORT_1284
if (port->ieee1284.phase == IEEE1284_PH_REV_IDLE) {
/* An interrupt in this phase means that data
* is now available. */
DPRINTK (KERN_DEBUG "%s: Data available\n", port->name);
parport_ieee1284_ack_data_avail (port);
}
#endif /* IEEE1284 support */
}
/**
* parport_write - write a block of data to a parallel port
* @port: port to write to
* @buffer: data buffer (in kernel space)
* @len: number of bytes of data to transfer
*
* This will write up to @len bytes of @buffer to the port
* specified, using the IEEE 1284 transfer mode most recently
* negotiated to (using parport_negotiate()), as long as that
* mode supports forward transfers (host to peripheral).
*
* It is the caller's responsibility to ensure that the first
* @len bytes of @buffer are valid.
*
* This function returns the number of bytes transferred (if zero
* or positive), or else an error code.
*/
ssize_t parport_write (struct parport *port, const void *buffer, size_t len)
{
#ifndef CONFIG_PARPORT_1284
return port->ops->compat_write_data (port, buffer, len, 0);
#else
ssize_t retval;
int mode = port->ieee1284.mode;
int addr = mode & IEEE1284_ADDR;
size_t (*fn) (struct parport *, const void *, size_t, int);
/* Ignore the device-ID-request bit and the address bit. */
mode &= ~(IEEE1284_DEVICEID | IEEE1284_ADDR);
/* Use the mode we're in. */
switch (mode) {
case IEEE1284_MODE_NIBBLE:
case IEEE1284_MODE_BYTE:
parport_negotiate (port, IEEE1284_MODE_COMPAT);
case IEEE1284_MODE_COMPAT:
DPRINTK (KERN_DEBUG "%s: Using compatibility mode\n",
port->name);
fn = port->ops->compat_write_data;
break;
case IEEE1284_MODE_EPP:
DPRINTK (KERN_DEBUG "%s: Using EPP mode\n", port->name);
if (addr) {
fn = port->ops->epp_write_addr;
} else {
fn = port->ops->epp_write_data;
}
break;
case IEEE1284_MODE_EPPSWE:
DPRINTK (KERN_DEBUG "%s: Using software-emulated EPP mode\n",
port->name);
if (addr) {
fn = parport_ieee1284_epp_write_addr;
} else {
fn = parport_ieee1284_epp_write_data;
}
break;
case IEEE1284_MODE_ECP:
case IEEE1284_MODE_ECPRLE:
DPRINTK (KERN_DEBUG "%s: Using ECP mode\n", port->name);
if (addr) {
fn = port->ops->ecp_write_addr;
} else {
fn = port->ops->ecp_write_data;
}
break;
case IEEE1284_MODE_ECPSWE:
DPRINTK (KERN_DEBUG "%s: Using software-emulated ECP mode\n",
port->name);
/* The caller has specified that it must be emulated,
* even if we have ECP hardware! */
if (addr) {
fn = parport_ieee1284_ecp_write_addr;
} else {
fn = parport_ieee1284_ecp_write_data;
}
break;
default:
DPRINTK (KERN_DEBUG "%s: Unknown mode 0x%02x\n", port->name,
port->ieee1284.mode);
return -ENOSYS;
}
retval = (*fn) (port, buffer, len, 0);
DPRINTK (KERN_DEBUG "%s: wrote %d/%d bytes\n", port->name, retval, len);
return retval;
#endif /* IEEE1284 support */
}
/**
* parport_read - read a block of data from a parallel port
* @port: port to read from
* @buffer: data buffer (in kernel space)
* @len: number of bytes of data to transfer
*
* This will read up to @len bytes of @buffer to the port
* specified, using the IEEE 1284 transfer mode most recently
* negotiated to (using parport_negotiate()), as long as that
* mode supports reverse transfers (peripheral to host).
*
* It is the caller's responsibility to ensure that the first
* @len bytes of @buffer are available to write to.
*
* This function returns the number of bytes transferred (if zero
* or positive), or else an error code.
*/
ssize_t parport_read (struct parport *port, void *buffer, size_t len)
{
#ifndef CONFIG_PARPORT_1284
printk (KERN_ERR "parport: IEEE1284 not supported in this kernel\n");
return -ENODEV;
#else
int mode = port->physport->ieee1284.mode;
int addr = mode & IEEE1284_ADDR;
size_t (*fn) (struct parport *, void *, size_t, int);
/* Ignore the device-ID-request bit and the address bit. */
mode &= ~(IEEE1284_DEVICEID | IEEE1284_ADDR);
/* Use the mode we're in. */
switch (mode) {
case IEEE1284_MODE_COMPAT:
/* if we can tri-state use BYTE mode instead of NIBBLE mode,
* if that fails, revert to NIBBLE mode -- ought to store somewhere
* the device's ability to do BYTE mode reverse transfers, so we don't
* end up needlessly calling negotiate(BYTE) repeately.. (fb)
*/
if ((port->physport->modes & PARPORT_MODE_TRISTATE) &&
!parport_negotiate (port, IEEE1284_MODE_BYTE)) {
/* got into BYTE mode OK */
DPRINTK (KERN_DEBUG "%s: Using byte mode\n", port->name);
fn = port->ops->byte_read_data;
break;
}
if (parport_negotiate (port, IEEE1284_MODE_NIBBLE)) {
return -EIO;
}
/* fall through to NIBBLE */
case IEEE1284_MODE_NIBBLE:
DPRINTK (KERN_DEBUG "%s: Using nibble mode\n", port->name);
fn = port->ops->nibble_read_data;
break;
case IEEE1284_MODE_BYTE:
DPRINTK (KERN_DEBUG "%s: Using byte mode\n", port->name);
fn = port->ops->byte_read_data;
break;
case IEEE1284_MODE_EPP:
DPRINTK (KERN_DEBUG "%s: Using EPP mode\n", port->name);
if (addr) {
fn = port->ops->epp_read_addr;
} else {
fn = port->ops->epp_read_data;
}
break;
case IEEE1284_MODE_EPPSWE:
DPRINTK (KERN_DEBUG "%s: Using software-emulated EPP mode\n",
port->name);
if (addr) {
fn = parport_ieee1284_epp_read_addr;
} else {
fn = parport_ieee1284_epp_read_data;
}
break;
case IEEE1284_MODE_ECP:
case IEEE1284_MODE_ECPRLE:
DPRINTK (KERN_DEBUG "%s: Using ECP mode\n", port->name);
fn = port->ops->ecp_read_data;
break;
case IEEE1284_MODE_ECPSWE:
DPRINTK (KERN_DEBUG "%s: Using software-emulated ECP mode\n",
port->name);
fn = parport_ieee1284_ecp_read_data;
break;
default:
DPRINTK (KERN_DEBUG "%s: Unknown mode 0x%02x\n", port->name,
port->physport->ieee1284.mode);
return -ENOSYS;
}
return (*fn) (port, buffer, len, 0);
#endif /* IEEE1284 support */
}
/**
* parport_set_timeout - set the inactivity timeout for a device
* @dev: device on a port
* @inactivity: inactivity timeout (in jiffies)
*
* This sets the inactivity timeout for a particular device on a
* port. This affects functions like parport_wait_peripheral().
* The special value 0 means not to call schedule() while dealing
* with this device.
*
* The return value is the previous inactivity timeout.
*
* Any callers of parport_wait_event() for this device are woken
* up.
*/
long parport_set_timeout (struct pardevice *dev, long inactivity)
{
long int old = dev->timeout;
dev->timeout = inactivity;
if (dev->port->physport->cad == dev)
parport_ieee1284_wakeup (dev->port);
return old;
}
/* Exported symbols for modules. */
EXPORT_SYMBOL(parport_negotiate);
EXPORT_SYMBOL(parport_write);
EXPORT_SYMBOL(parport_read);
EXPORT_SYMBOL(parport_wait_peripheral);
EXPORT_SYMBOL(parport_wait_event);
EXPORT_SYMBOL(parport_set_timeout);
EXPORT_SYMBOL(parport_ieee1284_interrupt);