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SubjectRe: [PATCH] RTC: Fix for issues in the kernel RTC API.
On Wed, 2011-02-02 at 14:24 -0800, John Stultz wrote:
> On Wed, 2011-02-02 at 15:58 -0200, Marcelo Roberto Jimenez wrote:
> > Again, what the rtc-test kernel RTC and the strongarm RTC user space
> > behavior have changed. Alarm interrupts and update interrupts were
> > generated by a different interrupts in the strongarm driver, and the
> > rtc-test driver also behaved similarly, i.e., an update interrupt did
> > not trigger an alarm interrupt. Currently, rtc_handle_legacy_irq()
> > centralizes the irq processing, and by not checking the generated
> > interrupt, it allows the new behavior, which seemed broken to me.
> So

Sorry. I didn't finish my thought here. (I *did not* mean "So?" :)

So... yes, we should make sure its not broken. Could you explain some
more details about the different interrupts fro the driver? If the two
interrupt types come from different sources, is there a problem actually
using the alarm irq to emulate the update irq? In other words, can we
just skip the update irq management code? Or is there a draw back to


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