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#ifndef _MPC8XX_IRQ_H
#define _MPC8XX_IRQ_H

/* The MPC8xx cores have 16 possible interrupts.  There are eight
 * possible level sensitive interrupts assigned and generated internally
 * from such devices as CPM, PCMCIA, RTC, PIT, TimeBase and Decrementer.
 * There are eight external interrupts (IRQs) that can be configured
 * as either level or edge sensitive.
 *
 * On some implementations, there is also the possibility of an 8259
 * through the PCI and PCI-ISA bridges.
 *
 * We don't support the 8259 (yet).
 */
#define NR_SIU_INTS	16
#define	NR_8259_INTS	0

#define NR_IRQS	(NR_SIU_INTS + NR_8259_INTS)

/* These values must be zero-based and map 1:1 with the SIU configuration.
 * They are used throughout the 8xx I/O subsystem to generate
 * interrupt masks, flags, and other control patterns.  This is why the
 * current kernel assumption of the 8259 as the base controller is such
 * a pain in the butt.
 */
#define	SIU_IRQ0	(0)	/* Highest priority */
#define	SIU_LEVEL0	(1)
#define	SIU_IRQ1	(2)
#define	SIU_LEVEL1	(3)
#define	SIU_IRQ2	(4)
#define	SIU_LEVEL2	(5)
#define	SIU_IRQ3	(6)
#define	SIU_LEVEL3	(7)
#define	SIU_IRQ4	(8)
#define	SIU_LEVEL4	(9)
#define	SIU_IRQ5	(10)
#define	SIU_LEVEL5	(11)
#define	SIU_IRQ6	(12)
#define	SIU_LEVEL6	(13)
#define	SIU_IRQ7	(14)
#define	SIU_LEVEL7	(15)

/* The internal interrupts we can configure as we see fit.
 * My personal preference is CPM at level 2, which puts it above the
 * MBX PCI/ISA/IDE interrupts.
 */

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#ifdef CONFIG_SYS_CPM_INTERRUPT
# define CPM_INTERRUPT		CONFIG_SYS_CPM_INTERRUPT
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#else
# define CPM_INTERRUPT		SIU_LEVEL2
#endif

/* Some internal interrupt registers use an 8-bit mask for the interrupt
 * level instead of a number.
 */
#define	mk_int_int_mask(IL) (1 << (7 - (IL/2)))

#endif /* _MPC8XX_IRQ_H */