dsynth - Fix generic flavor scan for the Nth time
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1#
2# Copyright (c) 2000 Doug Rabson
3# All rights reserved.
4#
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26# $FreeBSD: src/sys/dev/agp/agp_if.m,v 1.4 2007/11/12 21:51:36 jhb Exp $
27# $DragonFly: src/sys/dev/agp/agp_if.m,v 1.4 2008/01/07 01:34:58 corecode Exp $
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28#
29
30#include <sys/bus.h>
31
32#
33# The AGP interface is used internally to the agp driver to isolate the
34# differences between various AGP chipsets into chipset mini drivers. It
35# should not be used outside the AGP driver. The kernel api for accessing
36# AGP functionality is described in <pci/agpvar.h>
37#
38INTERFACE agp;
39
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40CODE {
41 static int
42 null_agp_chipset_flush(device_t dev)
43 {
44 return (ENXIO);
45 }
46};
47
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48#
49# Return the current aperture size.
50#
51METHOD u_int32_t get_aperture {
52 device_t dev;
53};
54
55#
56# Set the size of the aperture. Return EINVAL on error or 0 on success.
57#
58METHOD int set_aperture {
59 device_t dev;
60 u_int32_t aperture;
61};
62
63#
64# Bind a single page in the AGP aperture to a given physical address.
65# The offset is a byte offset within the aperture which must be
66# aligned to an AGP page boundary.
67#
68METHOD int bind_page {
69 device_t dev;
70 vm_offset_t offset;
71 vm_offset_t physical;
72};
73
74#
75# Unbind a single page in the AGP aperture.
76#
77METHOD int unbind_page {
78 device_t dev;
79 vm_offset_t offset;
80};
81
82#
83# Flush the GATT TLB. This is used after a call to bind_page to
84# ensure that any mappings cached in the chipset are discarded.
85#
86METHOD void flush_tlb {
87 device_t dev;
88};
89
90#
91# Enable the agp hardware with the relavent mode. The mode bits are
92# defined in <pci/agpreg.h>
93#
94METHOD int enable {
95 device_t dev;
96 u_int32_t mode;
97};
98
99#
100# Allocate memory of a given type. The type is a chipset-specific
101# code which is used by certain integrated agp graphics chips
102# (basically just the i810 for now) to access special features of
103# the chipset. An opaque handle representing the memory region is
104# returned and can be used as an argument to free_memory, bind_memory
105# and unbind_memory.
106#
107# The size is specified in bytes but must be a multiple of the AGP
108# page size.
109#
110METHOD struct agp_memory * alloc_memory {
111 device_t dev;
112 int type;
113 vm_size_t size;
114};
115
116#
117# Free a memory region previously allocated with alloc_memory. Return
118# EBUSY if the memory is bound.
119#
120METHOD int free_memory {
121 device_t dev;
122 struct agp_memory *mem;
123};
124
125#
126# Bind a memory region to a specific byte offset within the chipset's
127# AGP aperture. This effectively defines a range of contiguous
128# physical address which alias the (possibly uncontiguous) pages in
129# the memory region.
130#
131METHOD int bind_memory {
132 device_t dev;
133 struct agp_memory *mem;
134 vm_offset_t offset;
135};
136
137#
138# Unbind a memory region bound with bind_memory.
139#
140METHOD int unbind_memory {
141 device_t dev;
142 struct agp_memory *handle;
143};
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144
145METHOD int chipset_flush {
146 device_t dev;
147} DEFAULT null_agp_chipset_flush;