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no_os_irq.c File Reference

Implementation of the IRQ Interface. More...

#include <inttypes.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include "no_os_irq.h"
#include "no_os_error.h"
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Functions

int32_t no_os_irq_ctrl_init (struct no_os_irq_ctrl_desc **desc, const struct no_os_irq_init_param *param)
 Initialize the IRQ interrupts. More...
 
int32_t no_os_irq_ctrl_remove (struct no_os_irq_ctrl_desc *desc)
 Free the resources allocated by no_os_irq_ctrl_init(). More...
 
int32_t no_os_irq_register_callback (struct no_os_irq_ctrl_desc *desc, uint32_t irq_id, struct no_os_callback_desc *callback)
 Register a callback to handle the irq events. More...
 
int32_t no_os_irq_unregister_callback (struct no_os_irq_ctrl_desc *desc, uint32_t irq_id, struct no_os_callback_desc *callback)
 Unregisters a generic IRQ handling function. More...
 
int32_t no_os_irq_global_enable (struct no_os_irq_ctrl_desc *desc)
 Enable global interrupts. More...
 
int32_t no_os_irq_global_disable (struct no_os_irq_ctrl_desc *desc)
 Disable global interrupts. More...
 
int32_t no_os_irq_trigger_level_set (struct no_os_irq_ctrl_desc *desc, uint32_t irq_id, enum no_os_irq_trig_level trig)
 Set interrupt trigger level. More...
 
int32_t no_os_irq_enable (struct no_os_irq_ctrl_desc *desc, uint32_t irq_id)
 Enable specific interrupt. More...
 
int32_t no_os_irq_disable (struct no_os_irq_ctrl_desc *desc, uint32_t irq_id)
 Disable specific interrupt. More...
 
int32_t no_os_irq_set_priority (struct no_os_irq_ctrl_desc *desc, uint32_t irq_id, uint32_t priority_level)
 Set the priority for an interrupt. More...
 

Detailed Description

Implementation of the IRQ Interface.

Author
Andrei Porumb (andre.nosp@m.i.po.nosp@m.rumb@.nosp@m.anal.nosp@m.og.co.nosp@m.m)

Copyright 2021(c) Analog Devices, Inc.

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Function Documentation

◆ no_os_irq_ctrl_init()

int32_t no_os_irq_ctrl_init ( struct no_os_irq_ctrl_desc **  desc,
const struct no_os_irq_init_param param 
)

Initialize the IRQ interrupts.

Parameters
desc- The IRQ descriptor.
param- The structure that contains the IRQ parameters.
Returns
0 in case of success, -1 otherwise.
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◆ no_os_irq_ctrl_remove()

int32_t no_os_irq_ctrl_remove ( struct no_os_irq_ctrl_desc desc)

Free the resources allocated by no_os_irq_ctrl_init().

Parameters
desc- The SPI descriptor.
Returns
0 in case of success, -1 otherwise.
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◆ no_os_irq_disable()

int32_t no_os_irq_disable ( struct no_os_irq_ctrl_desc desc,
uint32_t  irq_id 
)

Disable specific interrupt.

Parameters
desc- The IRQ controller descriptor.
irq_id- Interrupt identifier.
Returns
0 in case of success, -1 otherwise.
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◆ no_os_irq_enable()

int32_t no_os_irq_enable ( struct no_os_irq_ctrl_desc desc,
uint32_t  irq_id 
)

Enable specific interrupt.

Parameters
desc- The IRQ controller descriptor.
irq_id- Interrupt identifier.
Returns
0 in case of success, -1 otherwise.
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◆ no_os_irq_global_disable()

int32_t no_os_irq_global_disable ( struct no_os_irq_ctrl_desc desc)

Disable global interrupts.

Returns
0 in case of success, -1 otherwise.
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◆ no_os_irq_global_enable()

int32_t no_os_irq_global_enable ( struct no_os_irq_ctrl_desc desc)

Enable global interrupts.

Returns
0 in case of success, -1 otherwise.
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◆ no_os_irq_register_callback()

int32_t no_os_irq_register_callback ( struct no_os_irq_ctrl_desc desc,
uint32_t  irq_id,
struct no_os_callback_desc callback 
)

Register a callback to handle the irq events.

Parameters
desc- The IRQ controller descriptor.
irq_id- Interrupt identifier.
callback- Callback descriptor - platform specific type.
Returns
SUCCESS in case of success, FAILURE otherwise.
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◆ no_os_irq_set_priority()

int32_t no_os_irq_set_priority ( struct no_os_irq_ctrl_desc desc,
uint32_t  irq_id,
uint32_t  priority_level 
)

Set the priority for an interrupt.

Parameters
desc- The IRQ controller descriptor.
irq_id- Interrupt identifier.
priority_level- The priority level of the interrupt.
Returns
0 in case of success, negative errno error codes.
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◆ no_os_irq_trigger_level_set()

int32_t no_os_irq_trigger_level_set ( struct no_os_irq_ctrl_desc desc,
uint32_t  irq_id,
enum no_os_irq_trig_level  trig 
)

Set interrupt trigger level.

Parameters
desc- The IRQ controller descriptor.
irq_id- Interrupt identifier.
trig- New trigger level for the interrupt.
Returns
0 in case of success, -1 otherwise.
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◆ no_os_irq_unregister_callback()

int32_t no_os_irq_unregister_callback ( struct no_os_irq_ctrl_desc desc,
uint32_t  irq_id,
struct no_os_callback_desc callback 
)

Unregisters a generic IRQ handling function.

Parameters
desc- The IRQ controller descriptor.
irq_id- Interrupt identifier.
callback- Callback descriptor - platform specific type.
Returns
SUCCESS in case of success, FAILURE otherwise.
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