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SubjectRe: [PATCH 05/35] ARM: davinci: drop irq defines from default_priorites
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On 1/31/19 7:38 AM, Bartosz Golaszewski wrote:
> From: Bartosz Golaszewski <bgolaszewski@baylibre.com>
>
> In order to select SPARSE_IRQ we need to make the interrupt numbers
> dynamic (at least at build-time for the top-level controller). The
> interrupt numbers are used as array indexes for irq priorities.
>
> Drop the defines and just initialize the arrays in a linear manner.
>
> Signed-off-by: Bartosz Golaszewski <bgolaszewski@baylibre.com>
> ---

...

> -static u8 dm355_default_priorities[DAVINCI_N_AINTC_IRQ] = {
> - [IRQ_DM355_CCDC_VDINT0] = 2,
> - [IRQ_DM355_CCDC_VDINT1] = 6,
> - [IRQ_DM355_CCDC_VDINT2] = 6,
> - [IRQ_DM355_IPIPE_HST] = 6,
> - [IRQ_DM355_H3AINT] = 6,
> - [IRQ_DM355_IPIPE_SDR] = 6,
> - [IRQ_DM355_IPIPEIFINT] = 6,
> - [IRQ_DM355_OSDINT] = 7,
> - [IRQ_DM355_VENCINT] = 6,
> - [IRQ_ASQINT] = 6,
> - [IRQ_IMXINT] = 6,
> - [IRQ_USBINT] = 4,
> - [IRQ_DM355_RTOINT] = 4,
> - [IRQ_DM355_UARTINT2] = 7,
> - [IRQ_DM355_TINT6] = 7,
> - [IRQ_CCINT0] = 5, /* dma */
> - [IRQ_CCERRINT] = 5, /* dma */
> - [IRQ_TCERRINT0] = 5, /* dma */
> - [IRQ_TCERRINT] = 5, /* dma */
> - [IRQ_DM355_SPINT2_1] = 7,
> - [IRQ_DM355_TINT7] = 4,
> - [IRQ_DM355_SDIOINT0] = 7,
> - [IRQ_MBXINT] = 7,
> - [IRQ_MBRINT] = 7,
> - [IRQ_MMCINT] = 7,
> - [IRQ_DM355_MMCINT1] = 7,
> - [IRQ_DM355_PWMINT3] = 7,
> - [IRQ_DDRINT] = 7,
> - [IRQ_AEMIFINT] = 7,
> - [IRQ_DM355_SDIOINT1] = 4,
> - [IRQ_TINT0_TINT12] = 2, /* clockevent */
> - [IRQ_TINT0_TINT34] = 2, /* clocksource */
> - [IRQ_TINT1_TINT12] = 7, /* DSP timer */
> - [IRQ_TINT1_TINT34] = 7, /* system tick */
> - [IRQ_PWMINT0] = 7,
> - [IRQ_PWMINT1] = 7,
> - [IRQ_PWMINT2] = 7,
> - [IRQ_I2C] = 3,
> - [IRQ_UARTINT0] = 3,
> - [IRQ_UARTINT1] = 3,
> - [IRQ_DM355_SPINT0_0] = 3,
> - [IRQ_DM355_SPINT0_1] = 3,
> - [IRQ_DM355_GPIO0] = 3,
> - [IRQ_DM355_GPIO1] = 7,
> - [IRQ_DM355_GPIO2] = 4,
> - [IRQ_DM355_GPIO3] = 4,
> - [IRQ_DM355_GPIO4] = 7,
> - [IRQ_DM355_GPIO5] = 7,
> - [IRQ_DM355_GPIO6] = 7,
> - [IRQ_DM355_GPIO7] = 7,
> - [IRQ_DM355_GPIO8] = 7,
> - [IRQ_DM355_GPIO9] = 7,
> - [IRQ_DM355_GPIOBNK0] = 7,
> - [IRQ_DM355_GPIOBNK1] = 7,
> - [IRQ_DM355_GPIOBNK2] = 7,
> - [IRQ_DM355_GPIOBNK3] = 7,
> - [IRQ_DM355_GPIOBNK4] = 7,
> - [IRQ_DM355_GPIOBNK5] = 7,
> - [IRQ_DM355_GPIOBNK6] = 7,
> - [IRQ_COMMTX] = 7,
> - [IRQ_COMMRX] = 7,
> - [IRQ_EMUINT] = 7,
> +static u8 dm355_aintc_prios[] = {
> + 2, 6, 6, 6, 6, 6, 6, 7,
> + 6, 6, 6, 4, 4, 7, 7, 5,
> + 5, 5, 5, 7, 4, 7, 7, 7,
> + 7, 7, 7, 7, 7, 4, 2, 2,
> + 7, 7, 7, 7, 7, 3, 3, 3,
> + 3, 3, 3, 7, 4, 4, 7, 7,
> + 7, 7, 7, 7, 7, 7, 7, 7,
> + 7, 7, 7, 7, 7, 7, 0, 0,
> };

Hmm... this makes it harder to see what is going on here.
You can no longer see which priority corresponds to which
IRQ without consulting a manual.

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