MX23/28 use IP cores which follow a register layout I have first seen on
STMP3xxx SoCs. In this layout, every register actually has four u32:
1.) to store a value directly
2.) a SET register where every 1-bit sets the corresponding bit,
others are unaffected
3.) same with a CLR register
4.) same with a TOG (toggle) register
Also, the 2 MSBs in register 0 are always the same and can be used to reset
the IP core.
All this is strictly speaking not mach-specific (but IP core specific) and,
thus, doesn't need to be in mach-mxs/include. At least mx6 also uses IP cores
following this stmp-style. So:
Introduce a stmp-style device, put the code and defines for that in a public
place (lib/), and let drivers for stmp-style devices select that code.
To avoid regressions and ease reviewing, the actual code is simply copied from
mach-mxs. It definately wants updates, but those need a seperate patch series.
Voila, mach dependency gone, reusable code introduced. Note that I didn't
remove the duplicated code from mach-mxs yet, first the drivers have to be
Signed-off-by: Wolfram Sang <email@example.com>
Acked-by: Shawn Guo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Acked-by: Dong Aisheng <email@example.com>