[v2,3/3] soc: mediatek: pwrap: add support for MT6359 PMIC
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Message ID 1581833679-4319-4-git-send-email-argus.lin@mediatek.com
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  • soc: mediatek: pwrap: add pwrap driver for MT6779 SoCs
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Argus Lin Feb. 16, 2020, 6:14 a.m. UTC
MT6359 is a new power management IC and it is used for
MT6779 SoCs. To define mt6359_regs for pmic register mapping
and pmic_mt6359 for accessing register.

Signed-off-by: Argus Lin <argus.lin@mediatek.com>
---
 drivers/soc/mediatek/mtk-pmic-wrap.c | 71 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
 1 file changed, 71 insertions(+)

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1.8.1.1.dirty

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diff --git a/drivers/soc/mediatek/mtk-pmic-wrap.c b/drivers/soc/mediatek/mtk-pmic-wrap.c
index 1f8189a..5d34e8b 100644
--- a/drivers/soc/mediatek/mtk-pmic-wrap.c
+++ b/drivers/soc/mediatek/mtk-pmic-wrap.c
@@ -111,6 +111,28 @@  enum dew_regs {
 	PWRAP_RG_SPI_CON13,
 	PWRAP_SPISLV_KEY,

+	/* MT6359 only regs */
+	PWRAP_DEW_CRC_SWRST,
+	PWRAP_DEW_RG_EN_RECORD,
+	PWRAP_DEW_RECORD_CMD0,
+	PWRAP_DEW_RECORD_CMD1,
+	PWRAP_DEW_RECORD_CMD2,
+	PWRAP_DEW_RECORD_CMD3,
+	PWRAP_DEW_RECORD_CMD4,
+	PWRAP_DEW_RECORD_CMD5,
+	PWRAP_DEW_RECORD_WDATA0,
+	PWRAP_DEW_RECORD_WDATA1,
+	PWRAP_DEW_RECORD_WDATA2,
+	PWRAP_DEW_RECORD_WDATA3,
+	PWRAP_DEW_RECORD_WDATA4,
+	PWRAP_DEW_RECORD_WDATA5,
+	PWRAP_DEW_RG_ADDR_TARGET,
+	PWRAP_DEW_RG_ADDR_MASK,
+	PWRAP_DEW_RG_WDATA_TARGET,
+	PWRAP_DEW_RG_WDATA_MASK,
+	PWRAP_DEW_RG_SPI_RECORD_CLR,
+	PWRAP_DEW_RG_CMD_ALERT_CLR,
+
 	/* MT6397 only regs */
 	PWRAP_DEW_EVENT_OUT_EN,
 	PWRAP_DEW_EVENT_SRC_EN,
@@ -197,6 +219,42 @@  enum dew_regs {
 	[PWRAP_SPISLV_KEY] =		0x044a,
 };

+static const u32 mt6359_regs[] = {
+	[PWRAP_DEW_RG_EN_RECORD] =	0x040a,
+	[PWRAP_DEW_DIO_EN] =		0x040c,
+	[PWRAP_DEW_READ_TEST] =		0x040e,
+	[PWRAP_DEW_WRITE_TEST] =	0x0410,
+	[PWRAP_DEW_CRC_SWRST] =		0x0412,
+	[PWRAP_DEW_CRC_EN] =		0x0414,
+	[PWRAP_DEW_CRC_VAL] =		0x0416,
+	[PWRAP_DEW_CIPHER_KEY_SEL] =	0x0418,
+	[PWRAP_DEW_CIPHER_IV_SEL] =	0x041a,
+	[PWRAP_DEW_CIPHER_EN] =		0x041c,
+	[PWRAP_DEW_CIPHER_RDY] =	0x041e,
+	[PWRAP_DEW_CIPHER_MODE] =	0x0420,
+	[PWRAP_DEW_CIPHER_SWRST] =	0x0422,
+	[PWRAP_DEW_RDDMY_NO] =		0x0424,
+	[PWRAP_DEW_RECORD_CMD0] =	0x0428,
+	[PWRAP_DEW_RECORD_CMD1] =	0x042a,
+	[PWRAP_DEW_RECORD_CMD2] =	0x042c,
+	[PWRAP_DEW_RECORD_CMD3] =	0x042e,
+	[PWRAP_DEW_RECORD_CMD4] =	0x0430,
+	[PWRAP_DEW_RECORD_CMD5] =	0x0432,
+	[PWRAP_DEW_RECORD_WDATA0] =	0x0434,
+	[PWRAP_DEW_RECORD_WDATA1] =	0x0436,
+	[PWRAP_DEW_RECORD_WDATA2] =	0x0438,
+	[PWRAP_DEW_RECORD_WDATA3] =	0x043a,
+	[PWRAP_DEW_RECORD_WDATA4] =	0x043c,
+	[PWRAP_DEW_RECORD_WDATA5] =	0x043e,
+	[PWRAP_DEW_RG_ADDR_TARGET] =	0x0440,
+	[PWRAP_DEW_RG_ADDR_MASK] =	0x0442,
+	[PWRAP_DEW_RG_WDATA_TARGET] =	0x0444,
+	[PWRAP_DEW_RG_WDATA_MASK] =	0x0446,
+	[PWRAP_DEW_RG_SPI_RECORD_CLR] =	0x0448,
+	[PWRAP_DEW_RG_CMD_ALERT_CLR] =	0x0448,
+	[PWRAP_SPISLV_KEY] =		0x044a,
+};
+
 static const u32 mt6397_regs[] = {
 	[PWRAP_DEW_BASE] =		0xbc00,
 	[PWRAP_DEW_EVENT_OUT_EN] =	0xbc00,
@@ -977,6 +1035,7 @@  enum pmic_type {
 	PMIC_MT6351,
 	PMIC_MT6357,
 	PMIC_MT6358,
+	PMIC_MT6359,
 	PMIC_MT6380,
 	PMIC_MT6397,
 };
@@ -1752,6 +1811,15 @@  static irqreturn_t pwrap_interrupt(int irqno, void *dev_id)
 	.pwrap_write = pwrap_write16,
 };

+static const struct pwrap_slv_type pmic_mt6359 = {
+	.dew_regs = mt6359_regs,
+	.type = PMIC_MT6359,
+	.regmap = &pwrap_regmap_config16,
+	.caps = PWRAP_SLV_CAP_DUALIO,
+	.pwrap_read = pwrap_read16,
+	.pwrap_write = pwrap_write16,
+};
+
 static const struct pwrap_slv_type pmic_mt6380 = {
 	.dew_regs = NULL,
 	.type = PMIC_MT6380,
@@ -1785,6 +1853,9 @@  static irqreturn_t pwrap_interrupt(int irqno, void *dev_id)
 		.compatible = "mediatek,mt6358",
 		.data = &pmic_mt6358,
 	}, {
+		.compatible = "mediatek,mt6359",
+		.data = &pmic_mt6359,
+	}, {
 		/* The MT6380 PMIC only implements a regulator, so we bind it
 		 * directly instead of using a MFD.
 		 */