10d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler/*
2f46308c9SAxel Dörfler * Copyright 2002-2003, Thomas Kurschel. All rights reserved.
3f46308c9SAxel Dörfler * Distributed under the terms of the MIT License.
4f46308c9SAxel Dörfler */
5f46308c9SAxel Dörfler#ifndef _ISA2_H
6f46308c9SAxel Dörfler#define _ISA2_H
70d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler
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9f46308c9SAxel Dörfler/*!	ISA bus manager
100d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler
110d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler	This is an improper name - this bus manager uses the PnP manager to
120d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler	load device drivers, but calling it ISA PnP manager would be wrong as
130d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler	ISA PnP information isn't used at all.
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150d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler	All ISA drivers must be Universal driver (see pnp_manager.h), as they
160d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler	are all direct children of the ISA bus node. Having an ISA PnP bus manager
17368167edSAxel Dörfler	(which we don't), one node would be created per ISA device and thus you
18368167edSAxel Dörfler	could write Specific drivers, but under normal ISA we don't even know
190d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler	how many devices are there, therefore the Universal driver trick.
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210d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler	Apart from the loading, the main change is the resource manager. In
220d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler	a driver, you must allocate the resources before registering the node and
230d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler	deallocate it when your node is removed and if the driver isn't loaded at
240d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler	this time. If it is, you must delay deallocation until the driver gets
25368167edSAxel Dörfler	unloaded to make sure no new driver touches the same resources like you
260d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler	meanwhile.
270d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler*/
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300d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler#include <device_manager.h>
314f91f115SAxel Dörfler#include <ISA.h>
320d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler
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34368167edSAxel Dörfler// maximum size of one dma transfer
350d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler// (in bytes for 8 bit transfer, in words for 16 bit transfer)
360d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler#define B_MAX_ISA_DMA_COUNT	0x10000
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380d59a3d2SAxel Dörflertypedef struct isa2_module_info {
39368167edSAxel Dörfler	driver_module_info info;
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41368167edSAxel Dörfler	uint8 (*read_io_8)(int mapped_io_addr);
42368167edSAxel Dörfler	void (*write_io_8)(int mapped_io_addr, uint8 value);
43368167edSAxel Dörfler	uint16 (*read_io_16)(int mapped_io_addr);
44368167edSAxel Dörfler	void (*write_io_16)(int mapped_io_addr, uint16 value);
45368167edSAxel Dörfler	uint32 (*read_io_32)(int mapped_io_addr);
46368167edSAxel Dörfler	void (*write_io_32)(int mapped_io_addr, uint32 value);
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480d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler	// don't know what it's for, remains for compatibility
49aef94bafSFrançois Revol	phys_addr_t (*ram_address)(phys_addr_t physical_address_in_system_memory);
500d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler
510d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler	// start dma transfer (scattered DMA is not supported as it's EISA specific)
520d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler	status_t (*start_isa_dma)(
530d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler		long	channel,				// dma channel to use
540d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler		void	*buf,					// buffer to transfer
550d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler		long	transfer_count,			// # transfers
560d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler		uchar	mode,					// mode flags
570d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler		uchar	e_mode					// extended mode flags
580d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler	);
590d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler} isa2_module_info;
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610d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler// type of isa device
620d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler#define ISA_DEVICE_TYPE_NAME "isa/device/v1"
630d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler// directory of ISA drivers
640d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler// (there is only one device node, so put all drivers under "universal")
650d59a3d2SAxel Dörfler#define ISA_DRIVERS_DIR "isa"
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68368167edSAxel Dörfler#endif	/* _ISA2_H */
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