/* SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0-or-later */
 * Copyright (c) 2004 Evgeniy Polyakov <zbr@ioremap.net>

#ifndef __LINUX_W1_H
#define __LINUX_W1_H

#include <linux/device.h>

 * struct w1_reg_num - broken out slave device id
 * @family: identifies the type of device
 * @id: along with family is the unique device id
 * @crc: checksum of the other bytes
struct w1_reg_num {
	__u64	family:8,
#elif defined(__BIG_ENDIAN_BITFIELD)
	__u64	crc:8,
#error "Please fix <asm/byteorder.h>"

#ifdef __KERNEL__

#define W1_MAXNAMELEN		32

#define W1_SEARCH		0xF0
#define W1_ALARM_SEARCH		0xEC
#define W1_CONVERT_TEMP		0x44
#define W1_SKIP_ROM		0xCC
#define W1_COPY_SCRATCHPAD	0x48
#define W1_READ_ROM		0x33
#define W1_READ_PSUPPLY		0xB4
#define W1_MATCH_ROM		0x55
#define W1_RESUME_CMD		0xA5

 * struct w1_slave - holds a single slave device on the bus
 * @owner: Points to the one wire "wire" kernel module.
 * @name: Device id is ascii.
 * @w1_slave_entry: data for the linked list
 * @reg_num: the slave id in binary
 * @refcnt: reference count, delete when 0
 * @flags: bit flags for W1_SLAVE_ACTIVE W1_SLAVE_DETACH
 * @ttl: decrement per search this slave isn't found, deatch at 0
 * @master: bus which this slave is on
 * @family: module for device family type
 * @family_data: pointer for use by the family module
 * @dev: kernel device identifier
 * @hwmon: pointer to hwmon device
struct w1_slave {
	struct module		*owner;
	unsigned char		name[W1_MAXNAMELEN];
	struct list_head	w1_slave_entry;
	struct w1_reg_num	reg_num;
	atomic_t		refcnt;
	int			ttl;
	unsigned long		flags;

	struct w1_master	*master;
	struct w1_family	*family;
	void			*family_data;
	struct device		dev;
	struct device		*hwmon;

typedef void (*w1_slave_found_callback)(struct w1_master *, u64);

 * struct w1_bus_master - operations available on a bus master
 * @data: the first parameter in all the functions below
 * @read_bit: Sample the line level @return the level read (0 or 1)
 * @write_bit: Sets the line level
 * @touch_bit: the lowest-level function for devices that really support the
 * 1-wire protocol.
 * touch_bit(0) = write-0 cycle
 * touch_bit(1) = write-1 / read cycle
 * @return the bit read (0 or 1)
 * @read_byte: Reads a bytes. Same as 8 touch_bit(1) calls.
 * @return the byte read
 * @write_byte: Writes a byte. Same as 8 touch_bit(x) calls.
 * @read_block: Same as a series of read_byte() calls
 * @return the number of bytes read
 * @write_block: Same as a series of write_byte() calls
 * @triplet: Combines two reads and a smart write for ROM searches
 * @return bit0=Id bit1=comp_id bit2=dir_taken
 * @reset_bus: long write-0 with a read for the presence pulse detection
 * @return -1=Error, 0=Device present, 1=No device present
 * @set_pullup: Put out a strong pull-up pulse of the specified duration.
 * @return -1=Error, 0=completed
 * @search: Really nice hardware can handles the different types of ROM search
 * w1_master* is passed to the slave found callback.
 * u8 is search_type, W1_SEARCH or W1_ALARM_SEARCH
 * @dev_id: Optional device id string, which w1 slaves could use for
 * creating names, which then give a connection to the w1 master
 * Note: read_bit and write_bit are very low level functions and should only
 * be used with hardware that doesn't really support 1-wire operations,
 * like a parallel/serial port.
 * Either define read_bit and write_bit OR define, at minimum, touch_bit and
 * reset_bus.
struct w1_bus_master {
	void		*data;

	u8		(*read_bit)(void *);

	void		(*write_bit)(void *, u8);

	u8		(*touch_bit)(void *, u8);

	u8		(*read_byte)(void *);

	void		(*write_byte)(void *, u8);

	u8		(*read_block)(void *, u8 *, int);

	void		(*write_block)(void *, const u8 *, int);

	u8		(*triplet)(void *, u8);

	u8		(*reset_bus)(void *);

	u8		(*set_pullup)(void *, int);

	void		(*search)(void *, struct w1_master *,
		u8, w1_slave_found_callback);

	char		*dev_id;

 * enum w1_master_flags - bitfields used in w1_master.flags
 * @W1_ABORT_SEARCH: abort searching early on shutdown
 * @W1_WARN_MAX_COUNT: limit warning when the maximum count is reached
enum w1_master_flags {

 * struct w1_master - one per bus master
 * @w1_master_entry:	master linked list
 * @owner:		module owner
 * @name:		dynamically allocate bus name
 * @list_mutex:		protect slist and async_list
 * @slist:		linked list of slaves
 * @async_list:		linked list of netlink commands to execute
 * @max_slave_count:	maximum number of slaves to search for at a time
 * @slave_count:	current number of slaves known
 * @attempts:		number of searches ran
 * @slave_ttl:		number of searches before a slave is timed out
 * @initialized:	prevent init/removal race conditions
 * @id:			w1 bus number
 * @search_count:	number of automatic searches to run, -1 unlimited
 * @search_id:		allows continuing a search
 * @refcnt:		reference count
 * @priv:		private data storage
 * @enable_pullup:	allows a strong pullup
 * @pullup_duration:	time for the next strong pullup
 * @flags:		one of w1_master_flags
 * @thread:		thread for bus search and netlink commands
 * @mutex:		protect most of w1_master
 * @bus_mutex:		pretect concurrent bus access
 * @driver:		sysfs driver
 * @dev:		sysfs device
 * @bus_master:		io operations available
 * @seq:		sequence number used for netlink broadcasts
struct w1_master {
	struct list_head	w1_master_entry;
	struct module		*owner;
	unsigned char		name[W1_MAXNAMELEN];
	/* list_mutex protects just slist and async_list so slaves can be
	 * searched for and async commands added while the master has
	 * w1_master.mutex locked and is operating on the bus.
	 * lock order w1_mlock, w1_master.mutex, w1_master.list_mutex
	struct mutex		list_mutex;
	struct list_head	slist;
	struct list_head	async_list;
	int			max_slave_count, slave_count;
	unsigned long		attempts;
	int			slave_ttl;
	int			initialized;
	u32			id;
	int			search_count;
	/* id to start searching on, to continue a search or 0 to restart */
	u64			search_id;

	atomic_t		refcnt;

	void			*priv;

	/** 5V strong pullup enabled flag, 1 enabled, zero disabled. */
	int			enable_pullup;
	/** 5V strong pullup duration in milliseconds, zero disabled. */
	int			pullup_duration;

	long			flags;

	struct task_struct	*thread;
	struct mutex		mutex;
	struct mutex		bus_mutex;

	struct device_driver	*driver;
	struct device		dev;

	struct w1_bus_master	*bus_master;

	u32			seq;

int w1_add_master_device(struct w1_bus_master *master);
void w1_remove_master_device(struct w1_bus_master *master);

 * struct w1_family_ops - operations for a family type
 * @add_slave: add_slave
 * @remove_slave: remove_slave
 * @groups: sysfs group
 * @chip_info: pointer to struct hwmon_chip_info
struct w1_family_ops {
	int  (*add_slave)(struct w1_slave *sl);
	void (*remove_slave)(struct w1_slave *sl);
	const struct attribute_group **groups;
	const struct hwmon_chip_info *chip_info;

 * struct w1_family - reference counted family structure.
 * @family_entry:	family linked list
 * @fid:		8 bit family identifier
 * @fops:		operations for this family
 * @of_match_table: open firmware match table
 * @refcnt:		reference counter
struct w1_family {
	struct list_head	family_entry;
	u8			fid;

	const struct w1_family_ops *fops;

	const struct of_device_id *of_match_table;

	atomic_t		refcnt;

int w1_register_family(struct w1_family *family);
void w1_unregister_family(struct w1_family *family);

 * module_w1_family() - Helper macro for registering a 1-Wire families
 * @__w1_family: w1_family struct
 * Helper macro for 1-Wire families which do not do anything special in module
 * init/exit. This eliminates a lot of boilerplate. Each module may only
 * use this macro once, and calling it replaces module_init() and module_exit()
#define module_w1_family(__w1_family) \
	module_driver(__w1_family, w1_register_family, \

u8 w1_triplet(struct w1_master *dev, int bdir);
u8 w1_touch_bit(struct w1_master *dev, int bit);
void w1_write_8(struct w1_master *, u8);
u8 w1_read_8(struct w1_master *);
int w1_reset_bus(struct w1_master *);
u8 w1_calc_crc8(u8 *, int);
void w1_write_block(struct w1_master *, const u8 *, int);
void w1_touch_block(struct w1_master *, u8 *, int);
u8 w1_read_block(struct w1_master *, u8 *, int);
int w1_reset_select_slave(struct w1_slave *sl);
int w1_reset_resume_command(struct w1_master *);
void w1_next_pullup(struct w1_master *, int);

static inline struct w1_slave* dev_to_w1_slave(struct device *dev)
	return container_of(dev, struct w1_slave, dev);

static inline struct w1_slave* kobj_to_w1_slave(struct kobject *kobj)
	return dev_to_w1_slave(container_of(kobj, struct device, kobj));

static inline struct w1_master* dev_to_w1_master(struct device *dev)
	return container_of(dev, struct w1_master, dev);

#endif /* __KERNEL__ */

#endif /* __LINUX_W1_H */