On Tue, 21 Aug 2012, Kevin Cernekee wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 21, 2012 at 11:08 AM, Felipe Balbi <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Then stick to a workqueue... but could you let me know why exactly you
> > have to fake SET_CONFIGURATION/SET_INTERFACE requests ? Is this a
> > silicon bug or a silicon feature ? That's quite weird to me.
> It is a silicon feature: the core will intercept SET_CONFIGURATION /
> SET_INTERFACE requests, store wValue/wIndex in the appropriate
> USBD_STATUS_REG field (cfg/intf/altintf), send an acknowledgement to
> the host, and raise a control interrupt.
Your explanation is not clear. The operations you listed are exactly
what any UDC should do when it receives any control request: It should
store the bRequestType, bRequest, wValue, wIndex, and wLength values in
appropriate registers, send an ACK back to the host, and generate an
IRQ. What's special about Set-Config and Set-Interface?
The only thing to watch out for is the status stage of the control
transfer. The hardware must not complete the status stage for you;
that would be a violation of the USB-2 spec. (The only exception is
for Set-Address requests.)
> I haven't found it to be terribly helpful, but I don't know of a way
> to turn it off.
Why would you want to turn this off? Isn't is exactly what you want to
have happen? And why do you need a workqueue to handle the request?