*  linux/include/linux/console.h
 *  Copyright (C) 1993        Hamish Macdonald
 * This file is subject to the terms and conditions of the GNU General Public
 * License.  See the file COPYING in the main directory of this archive
 * for more details.
 * Changed:
 * 10-Mar-94: Arno Griffioen: Conversion for vt100 emulator port from PC LINUX

#define _LINUX_CONSOLE_H_ 1

#include <linux/atomic.h>
#include <linux/bits.h>
#include <linux/rculist.h>
#include <linux/types.h>

struct vc_data;
struct console_font_op;
struct console_font;
struct module;
struct tty_struct;
struct notifier_block;

enum con_scroll {

enum vc_intensity;

 * struct consw - callbacks for consoles
 * @con_scroll: move lines from @top to @bottom in direction @dir by @lines.
 *		Return true if no generic handling should be done.
 *		Invoked by csi_M and printing to the console.
 * @con_set_palette: sets the palette of the console to @table (optional)
 * @con_scrolldelta: the contents of the console should be scrolled by @lines.
 *		     Invoked by user. (optional)
struct consw {
	struct module *owner;
	const char *(*con_startup)(void);
	void	(*con_init)(struct vc_data *vc, int init);
	void	(*con_deinit)(struct vc_data *vc);
	void	(*con_clear)(struct vc_data *vc, int sy, int sx, int height,
			int width);
	void	(*con_putc)(struct vc_data *vc, int c, int ypos, int xpos);
	void	(*con_putcs)(struct vc_data *vc, const unsigned short *s,
			int count, int ypos, int xpos);
	void	(*con_cursor)(struct vc_data *vc, int mode);
	bool	(*con_scroll)(struct vc_data *vc, unsigned int top,
			unsigned int bottom, enum con_scroll dir,
			unsigned int lines);
	int	(*con_switch)(struct vc_data *vc);
	int	(*con_blank)(struct vc_data *vc, int blank, int mode_switch);
	int	(*con_font_set)(struct vc_data *vc, struct console_font *font,
			unsigned int vpitch, unsigned int flags);
	int	(*con_font_get)(struct vc_data *vc, struct console_font *font,
			unsigned int vpitch);
	int	(*con_font_default)(struct vc_data *vc,
			struct console_font *font, char *name);
	int     (*con_resize)(struct vc_data *vc, unsigned int width,
			unsigned int height, unsigned int user);
	void	(*con_set_palette)(struct vc_data *vc,
			const unsigned char *table);
	void	(*con_scrolldelta)(struct vc_data *vc, int lines);
	int	(*con_set_origin)(struct vc_data *vc);
	void	(*con_save_screen)(struct vc_data *vc);
	u8	(*con_build_attr)(struct vc_data *vc, u8 color,
			enum vc_intensity intensity,
			bool blink, bool underline, bool reverse, bool italic);
	void	(*con_invert_region)(struct vc_data *vc, u16 *p, int count);
	u16    *(*con_screen_pos)(const struct vc_data *vc, int offset);
	unsigned long (*con_getxy)(struct vc_data *vc, unsigned long position,
			int *px, int *py);
	 * Flush the video console driver's scrollback buffer
	void	(*con_flush_scrollback)(struct vc_data *vc);
	 * Prepare the console for the debugger.  This includes, but is not
	 * limited to, unblanking the console, loading an appropriate
	 * palette, and allowing debugger generated output.
	int	(*con_debug_enter)(struct vc_data *vc);
	 * Restore the console to its pre-debug state as closely as possible.
	int	(*con_debug_leave)(struct vc_data *vc);

extern const struct consw *conswitchp;

extern const struct consw dummy_con;	/* dummy console buffer */
extern const struct consw vga_con;	/* VGA text console */
extern const struct consw newport_con;	/* SGI Newport console  */

int con_is_bound(const struct consw *csw);
int do_unregister_con_driver(const struct consw *csw);
int do_take_over_console(const struct consw *sw, int first, int last, int deflt);
void give_up_console(const struct consw *sw);
int con_debug_enter(struct vc_data *vc);
int con_debug_leave(void);
static inline int con_debug_enter(struct vc_data *vc)
	return 0;
static inline int con_debug_leave(void)
	return 0;

/* cursor */
#define CM_DRAW     (1)
#define CM_ERASE    (2)
#define CM_MOVE     (3)

 * The interface for a console, or any other device that wants to capture
 * console messages (printer driver?)

 * cons_flags - General console flags
 * @CON_PRINTBUFFER:	Used by newly registered consoles to avoid duplicate
 *			output of messages that were already shown by boot
 *			consoles or read by userspace via syslog() syscall.
 * @CON_CONSDEV:	Indicates that the console driver is backing
 *			/dev/console.
 * @CON_ENABLED:	Indicates if a console is allowed to print records. If
 *			false, the console also will not advance to later
 *			records.
 * @CON_BOOT:		Marks the console driver as early console driver which
 *			is used during boot before the real driver becomes
 *			available. It will be automatically unregistered
 *			when the real console driver is registered unless
 *			"keep_bootcon" parameter is used.
 * @CON_ANYTIME:	A misnomed historical flag which tells the core code
 *			that the legacy @console::write callback can be invoked
 *			on a CPU which is marked OFFLINE. That is misleading as
 *			it suggests that there is no contextual limit for
 *			invoking the callback. The original motivation was
 *			readiness of the per-CPU areas.
 * @CON_BRL:		Indicates a braille device which is exempt from
 *			receiving the printk spam for obvious reasons.
 * @CON_EXTENDED:	The console supports the extended output format of
 *			/dev/kmesg which requires a larger output buffer.
 * @CON_SUSPENDED:	Indicates if a console is suspended. If true, the
 *			printing callbacks must not be called.
enum cons_flags {
	CON_BOOT		= BIT(3),
	CON_BRL			= BIT(5),

 * struct console - The console descriptor structure
 * @name:		The name of the console driver
 * @write:		Write callback to output messages (Optional)
 * @read:		Read callback for console input (Optional)
 * @device:		The underlying TTY device driver (Optional)
 * @unblank:		Callback to unblank the console (Optional)
 * @setup:		Callback for initializing the console (Optional)
 * @exit:		Callback for teardown of the console (Optional)
 * @match:		Callback for matching a console (Optional)
 * @flags:		Console flags. See enum cons_flags
 * @index:		Console index, e.g. port number
 * @cflag:		TTY control mode flags
 * @ispeed:		TTY input speed
 * @ospeed:		TTY output speed
 * @seq:		Sequence number of the next ringbuffer record to print
 * @dropped:		Number of unreported dropped ringbuffer records
 * @data:		Driver private data
 * @node:		hlist node for the console list
struct console {
	char			name[16];
	void			(*write)(struct console *co, const char *s, unsigned int count);
	int			(*read)(struct console *co, char *s, unsigned int count);
	struct tty_driver	*(*device)(struct console *co, int *index);
	void			(*unblank)(void);
	int			(*setup)(struct console *co, char *options);
	int			(*exit)(struct console *co);
	int			(*match)(struct console *co, char *name, int idx, char *options);
	short			flags;
	short			index;
	int			cflag;
	uint			ispeed;
	uint			ospeed;
	u64			seq;
	unsigned long		dropped;
	void			*data;
	struct hlist_node	node;

extern void lockdep_assert_console_list_lock_held(void);
static inline void lockdep_assert_console_list_lock_held(void)

extern bool console_srcu_read_lock_is_held(void);
static inline bool console_srcu_read_lock_is_held(void)
	return 1;

extern int console_srcu_read_lock(void);
extern void console_srcu_read_unlock(int cookie);

extern void console_list_lock(void) __acquires(console_mutex);
extern void console_list_unlock(void) __releases(console_mutex);

extern struct hlist_head console_list;

 * console_srcu_read_flags - Locklessly read the console flags
 * @con:	struct console pointer of console to read flags from
 * This function provides the necessary READ_ONCE() and data_race()
 * notation for locklessly reading the console flags. The READ_ONCE()
 * in this function matches the WRITE_ONCE() when @flags are modified
 * for registered consoles with console_srcu_write_flags().
 * Only use this function to read console flags when locklessly
 * iterating the console list via srcu.
 * Context: Any context.
static inline short console_srcu_read_flags(const struct console *con)

	 * Locklessly reading console->flags provides a consistent
	 * read value because there is at most one CPU modifying
	 * console->flags and that CPU is using only read-modify-write
	 * operations to do so.
	return data_race(READ_ONCE(con->flags));

 * console_srcu_write_flags - Write flags for a registered console
 * @con:	struct console pointer of console to write flags to
 * @flags:	new flags value to write
 * Only use this function to write flags for registered consoles. It
 * requires holding the console_list_lock.
 * Context: Any context.
static inline void console_srcu_write_flags(struct console *con, short flags)

	/* This matches the READ_ONCE() in console_srcu_read_flags(). */
	WRITE_ONCE(con->flags, flags);

/* Variant of console_is_registered() when the console_list_lock is held. */
static inline bool console_is_registered_locked(const struct console *con)
	return !hlist_unhashed(&con->node);

 * console_is_registered - Check if the console is registered
 * @con:	struct console pointer of console to check
 * Context: Process context. May sleep while acquiring console list lock.
 * Return: true if the console is in the console list, otherwise false.
 * If false is returned for a console that was previously registered, it
 * can be assumed that the console's unregistration is fully completed,
 * including the exit() callback after console list removal.
static inline bool console_is_registered(const struct console *con)
	bool ret;

	ret = console_is_registered_locked(con);
	return ret;

 * for_each_console_srcu() - Iterator over registered consoles
 * @con:	struct console pointer used as loop cursor
 * Although SRCU guarantees the console list will be consistent, the
 * struct console fields may be updated by other CPUs while iterating.
 * Requires console_srcu_read_lock to be held. Can be invoked from
 * any context.
#define for_each_console_srcu(con)					\
	hlist_for_each_entry_srcu(con, &console_list, node,		\

 * for_each_console() - Iterator over registered consoles
 * @con:	struct console pointer used as loop cursor
 * The console list and the console->flags are immutable while iterating.
 * Requires console_list_lock to be held.
#define for_each_console(con)						\
	lockdep_assert_console_list_lock_held();			\
	hlist_for_each_entry(con, &console_list, node)

extern int console_set_on_cmdline;
extern struct console *early_console;

enum con_flush_mode {

extern int add_preferred_console(char *name, int idx, char *options);
extern void console_force_preferred_locked(struct console *con);
extern void register_console(struct console *);
extern int unregister_console(struct console *);
extern void console_lock(void);
extern int console_trylock(void);
extern void console_unlock(void);
extern void console_conditional_schedule(void);
extern void console_unblank(void);
extern void console_flush_on_panic(enum con_flush_mode mode);
extern struct tty_driver *console_device(int *);
extern void console_stop(struct console *);
extern void console_start(struct console *);
extern int is_console_locked(void);
extern int braille_register_console(struct console *, int index,
		char *console_options, char *braille_options);
extern int braille_unregister_console(struct console *);
extern void console_sysfs_notify(void);
static inline void console_sysfs_notify(void)
{ }
extern bool console_suspend_enabled;

/* Suspend and resume console messages over PM events */
extern void suspend_console(void);
extern void resume_console(void);

int mda_console_init(void);

void vcs_make_sysfs(int index);
void vcs_remove_sysfs(int index);

/* Some debug stub to catch some of the obvious races in the VT code */
#define WARN_CONSOLE_UNLOCKED()						\
	WARN_ON(!atomic_read(&ignore_console_lock_warning) &&		\
		!is_console_locked() && !oops_in_progress)
 * Increment ignore_console_lock_warning if you need to quiet
 * WARN_CONSOLE_UNLOCKED() for debugging purposes.
extern atomic_t ignore_console_lock_warning;

/* VESA Blanking Levels */
#define VESA_NO_BLANKING        0
#define VESA_VSYNC_SUSPEND      1
#define VESA_HSYNC_SUSPEND      2
#define VESA_POWERDOWN          3

extern void console_init(void);

/* For deferred console takeover */
void dummycon_register_output_notifier(struct notifier_block *nb);
void dummycon_unregister_output_notifier(struct notifier_block *nb);

#endif /* _LINUX_CONSOLE_H */