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 * u_fs.h
 * Utility definitions for the FunctionFS
 * Copyright (c) 2013 Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
 * Author: Andrzej Pietrasiewicz <>
 * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
 * it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
 * published by the Free Software Foundation.

#ifndef U_FFS_H
#define U_FFS_H

#include <linux/usb/composite.h>
#include <linux/list.h>
#include <linux/mutex.h>
#include <linux/workqueue.h>

#ifndef pr_vdebug
#  define pr_vdebug pr_debug
#endif /* pr_vdebug */
#  define ffs_dump_mem(prefix, ptr, len) \
	print_hex_dump_bytes(pr_fmt(prefix ": "), DUMP_PREFIX_NONE, ptr, len)
#ifndef pr_vdebug
#  define pr_vdebug(...)                 do { } while (0)
#endif /* pr_vdebug */
#  define ffs_dump_mem(prefix, ptr, len) do { } while (0)
#endif /* VERBOSE_DEBUG */

#define ENTER()    pr_vdebug("%s()\n", __func__)

struct f_fs_opts;

struct ffs_dev {
	const char *name;
	bool name_allocated;
	bool mounted;
	bool desc_ready;
	bool single;
	struct ffs_data *ffs_data;
	struct f_fs_opts *opts;
	struct list_head entry;

	int (*ffs_ready_callback)(struct ffs_data *ffs);
	void (*ffs_closed_callback)(struct ffs_data *ffs);
	void *(*ffs_acquire_dev_callback)(struct ffs_dev *dev);
	void (*ffs_release_dev_callback)(struct ffs_dev *dev);

extern struct mutex ffs_lock;

static inline void ffs_dev_lock(void)

static inline void ffs_dev_unlock(void)

int ffs_name_dev(struct ffs_dev *dev, const char *name);
int ffs_single_dev(struct ffs_dev *dev);

struct ffs_epfile;
struct ffs_function;

enum ffs_state {
	 * Waiting for descriptors and strings.
	 * In this state no open(2), read(2) or write(2) on epfiles
	 * may succeed (which should not be the problem as there
	 * should be no such files opened in the first place).

	 * We've got descriptors and strings.  We are or have called
	 * functionfs_ready_callback().  functionfs_bind() may have
	 * been called but we don't know.
	 * This is the only state in which operations on epfiles may
	 * succeed.

	 * Function is visible to host, but it's not functional. All
	 * setup requests are stalled and transfers on another endpoints
	 * are refused. All epfiles, except ep0, are deleted so there
	 * is no way to perform any operations on them.
	 * This state is set after closing all functionfs files, when
	 * mount parameter "no_disconnect=1" has been set. Function will
	 * remain in deactivated state until filesystem is umounted or
	 * ep0 is opened again. In the second case functionfs state will
	 * be reset, and it will be ready for descriptors and strings
	 * writing.
	 * This is useful only when functionfs is composed to gadget
	 * with another function which can perform some critical
	 * operations, and it's strongly desired to have this operations
	 * completed, even after functionfs files closure.

	 * All endpoints have been closed.  This state is also set if
	 * we encounter an unrecoverable error.  The only
	 * unrecoverable error is situation when after reading strings
	 * from user space we fail to initialise epfiles or
	 * functionfs_ready_callback() returns with error (<0).
	 * In this state no open(2), read(2) or write(2) (both on ep0
	 * as well as epfile) may succeed (at this point epfiles are
	 * unlinked and all closed so this is not a problem; ep0 is
	 * also closed but ep0 file exists and so open(2) on ep0 must
	 * fail).

enum ffs_setup_state {
	/* There is no setup request pending. */
	 * User has read events and there was a setup request event
	 * there.  The next read/write on ep0 will handle the
	 * request.
	 * There was event pending but before user space handled it
	 * some other event was introduced which canceled existing
	 * setup.  If this state is set read/write on ep0 return
	 * -EIDRM.  This state is only set when adding event.

struct ffs_data {
	struct usb_gadget		*gadget;

	 * Protect access read/write operations, only one read/write
	 * at a time.  As a consequence protects ep0req and company.
	 * While setup request is being processed (queued) this is
	 * held.
	struct mutex			mutex;

	 * Protect access to endpoint related structures (basically
	 * usb_ep_queue(), usb_ep_dequeue(), etc. calls) except for
	 * endpoint zero.
	spinlock_t			eps_lock;

	 * XXX REVISIT do we need our own request? Since we are not
	 * handling setup requests immediately user space may be so
	 * slow that another setup will be sent to the gadget but this
	 * time not to us but another function and then there could be
	 * a race.  Is that the case? Or maybe we can use cdev->req
	 * after all, maybe we just need some spinlock for that?
	struct usb_request		*ep0req;		/* P: mutex */
	struct completion		ep0req_completion;	/* P: mutex */

	/* reference counter */
	atomic_t			ref;
	/* how many files are opened (EP0 and others) */
	atomic_t			opened;

	/* EP0 state */
	enum ffs_state			state;

	 * Possible transitions:
	 * + FFS_NO_SETUP        -> FFS_SETUP_PENDING  -- P: ev.waitq.lock
	 *               happens only in ep0 read which is P: mutex
	 * + FFS_SETUP_PENDING   -> FFS_NO_SETUP       -- P: ev.waitq.lock
	 *               happens only in ep0 i/o  which is P: mutex
	 * + FFS_SETUP_PENDING   -> FFS_SETUP_CANCELLED -- P: ev.waitq.lock
	 * + FFS_SETUP_CANCELLED -> FFS_NO_SETUP        -- cmpxchg
	 * This field should never be accessed directly and instead
	 * ffs_setup_state_clear_cancelled function should be used.
	enum ffs_setup_state		setup_state;

	/* Events & such. */
	struct {
		u8				types[4];
		unsigned short			count;
		/* XXX REVISIT need to update it in some places, or do we? */
		unsigned short			can_stall;
		struct usb_ctrlrequest		setup;

		wait_queue_head_t		waitq;
	} ev; /* the whole structure, P: ev.waitq.lock */

	/* Flags */
	unsigned long			flags;
#define FFS_FL_BOUND                1

	/* Active function */
	struct ffs_function		*func;

	 * Device name, write once when file system is mounted.
	 * Intended for user to read if she wants.
	const char			*dev_name;
	/* Private data for our user (ie. gadget).  Managed by user. */
	void				*private_data;

	/* filled by __ffs_data_got_descs() */
	 * raw_descs is what you kfree, real_descs points inside of raw_descs,
	 * where full speed, high speed and super speed descriptors start.
	 * real_descs_length is the length of all those descriptors.
	const void			*raw_descs_data;
	const void			*raw_descs;
	unsigned			raw_descs_length;
	unsigned			fs_descs_count;
	unsigned			hs_descs_count;
	unsigned			ss_descs_count;
	unsigned			ms_os_descs_count;
	unsigned			ms_os_descs_ext_prop_count;
	unsigned			ms_os_descs_ext_prop_name_len;
	unsigned			ms_os_descs_ext_prop_data_len;
	void				*ms_os_descs_ext_prop_avail;
	void				*ms_os_descs_ext_prop_name_avail;
	void				*ms_os_descs_ext_prop_data_avail;

	unsigned			user_flags;

	u8				eps_addrmap[15];

	unsigned short			strings_count;
	unsigned short			interfaces_count;
	unsigned short			eps_count;
	unsigned short			_pad1;

	/* filled by __ffs_data_got_strings() */
	/* ids in stringtabs are set in functionfs_bind() */
	const void			*raw_strings;
	struct usb_gadget_strings	**stringtabs;

	 * File system's super block, write once when file system is
	 * mounted.
	struct super_block		*sb;

	/* File permissions, written once when fs is mounted */
	struct ffs_file_perms {
		umode_t				mode;
		kuid_t				uid;
		kgid_t				gid;
	}				file_perms;

	struct eventfd_ctx *ffs_eventfd;
	bool no_disconnect;
	struct work_struct reset_work;

	 * The endpoint files, filled by ffs_epfiles_create(),
	 * destroyed by ffs_epfiles_destroy().
	struct ffs_epfile		*epfiles;

struct f_fs_opts {
	struct usb_function_instance	func_inst;
	struct ffs_dev			*dev;
	unsigned			refcnt;
	bool				no_configfs;

static inline struct f_fs_opts *to_f_fs_opts(struct usb_function_instance *fi)
	return container_of(fi, struct f_fs_opts, func_inst);

#endif /* U_FFS_H */