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Changeset 9d2d444 in mainline for uspace/drv/uhci-hcd/uhci.c


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Timestamp:
2011-04-13T19:42:36Z (11 years ago)
Author:
Jan Vesely <jano.vesely@…>
Branches:
lfn, master
Children:
ea993d18
Parents:
4c70554
Message:

More refactoring and doxygen

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1 edited

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  • uspace/drv/uhci-hcd/uhci.c

    r4c70554 r9d2d444  
    4444#include "pci.h"
    4545
    46 /** IRQ handling callback, identifies device
     46/** IRQ handling callback, forward status from call to diver structure.
    4747 *
    4848 * @param[in] dev DDF instance of the device to use.
    4949 * @param[in] iid (Unused).
    50  * @param[in] call Pointer to the call that represents interrupt.
     50 * @param[in] call Pointer to the call from kernel.
    5151 */
    5252static void irq_handler(ddf_dev_t *dev, ipc_callid_t iid, ipc_call_t *call)
     
    6161/** Get address of the device identified by handle.
    6262 *
    63  * @param[in] dev DDF instance of the device to use.
    64  * @param[in] iid (Unused).
    65  * @param[in] call Pointer to the call that represents interrupt.
     63 * @param[in] fun DDF instance of the function to use.
     64 * @param[in] handle DDF handle of the driver seeking its USB address.
     65 * @param[in] address Pointer to the place to store the found address.
    6666 */
    6767static int usb_iface_get_address(
     
    6969{
    7070        assert(fun);
    71         usb_device_keeper_t *manager = &((uhci_t*)fun->dev->driver_data)->hc.manager;
     71        usb_device_keeper_t *manager =
     72            &((uhci_t*)fun->dev->driver_data)->hc.manager;
    7273
    7374        usb_address_t addr = usb_device_keeper_find(manager, handle);
     
    8384}
    8485/*----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
    85 /** Gets handle of the respective hc (this or parent device).
    86  *
    87  * @param[in] root_hub_fun Root hub function seeking hc handle.
    88  * @param[out] handle Place to write the handle.
     86/** Gets handle of the respective hc.
     87 *
     88 * @param[in] fun DDF function of uhci device.
     89 * @param[out] handle Place to write the HC handle.
    8990 * @return Error code.
    9091 */
     
    100101}
    101102/*----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
    102 /** This iface is generic for both RH and HC. */
     103/** USB interface implementation used by RH */
    103104static usb_iface_t usb_iface = {
    104105        .get_hc_handle = usb_iface_get_hc_handle,
     
    106107};
    107108/*----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
     109/** Operations supported by the HC driver */
    108110static ddf_dev_ops_t hc_ops = {
    109 //      .interfaces[USB_DEV_IFACE] = &usb_iface,
    110111        .interfaces[USBHC_DEV_IFACE] = &hc_iface, /* see iface.h/c */
    111112};
     
    122123}
    123124/*----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
     125/** Interface to provide the root hub driver with hw info */
    124126static hw_res_ops_t hw_res_iface = {
    125127        .get_resource_list = get_resource_list,
     
    127129};
    128130/*----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
     131/** RH function support for uhci-rhd */
    129132static ddf_dev_ops_t rh_ops = {
    130133        .interfaces[USB_DEV_IFACE] = &usb_iface,
     
    132135};
    133136/*----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
    134 /** Initialize hc and rh ddf structures and their respective drivers.
     137/** Initialize hc and rh DDF structures and their respective drivers.
    135138 *
    136139 * @param[in] instance UHCI structure to use.
     
    138141 *
    139142 * This function does all the preparatory work for hc and rh drivers:
    140  *  - gets device hw resources
    141  *  - disables UHCI legacy support
     143 *  - gets device's hw resources
     144 *  - disables UHCI legacy support (PCI config space)
    142145 *  - asks for interrupt
    143146 *  - registers interrupt handler
     
    193196        ret = (instance->hc_fun == NULL) ? ENOMEM : EOK;
    194197        CHECK_RET_DEST_FUN_RETURN(ret,
    195             "Failed(%d) to create HC function.\n", ret);
     198            "Failed(%d) to create HC function: %s.\n", ret, str_error(ret));
    196199
    197200        ret = hc_init(&instance->hc, instance->hc_fun,
    198201            (void*)io_reg_base, io_reg_size, interrupts);
    199         CHECK_RET_DEST_FUN_RETURN(ret, "Failed(%d) to init uhci-hcd.\n", ret);
     202        CHECK_RET_DEST_FUN_RETURN(ret,
     203            "Failed(%d) to init uhci-hcd: %s.\n", ret, str_error(ret));
     204
    200205        instance->hc_fun->ops = &hc_ops;
    201206        instance->hc_fun->driver_data = &instance->hc;
     
    221226            &instance->hc.interrupt_code);
    222227        CHECK_RET_FINI_RETURN(ret,
    223             "Failed(%d) to register interrupt handler.\n", ret);
     228            "Failed(%d) to register interrupt handler: %s.\n",
     229            ret, str_error(ret));
    224230
    225231        instance->rh_fun = ddf_fun_create(device, fun_inner, "uhci-rh");
    226232        ret = (instance->rh_fun == NULL) ? ENOMEM : EOK;
    227233        CHECK_RET_FINI_RETURN(ret,
    228             "Failed(%d) to create root hub function.\n", ret);
     234            "Failed(%d) to create root hub function: %s.\n",
     235            ret, str_error(ret));
    229236
    230237        ret = rh_init(&instance->rh, instance->rh_fun,
    231238            (uintptr_t)instance->hc.registers + 0x10, 4);
    232239        CHECK_RET_FINI_RETURN(ret,
    233             "Failed(%d) to setup UHCI root hub.\n", ret);
     240            "Failed(%d) to setup UHCI root hub: %s.\n", ret, str_error(ret));
    234241
    235242        instance->rh_fun->ops = &rh_ops;
     
    237244        ret = ddf_fun_bind(instance->rh_fun);
    238245        CHECK_RET_FINI_RETURN(ret,
    239             "Failed(%d) to register UHCI root hub.\n", ret);
     246            "Failed(%d) to register UHCI root hub: %s.\n", ret, str_error(ret));
    240247
    241248        return EOK;
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