Testing the interrupt extension API?

Christian Mauderer christian.mauderer at embedded-brains.de
Fri Oct 11 07:04:11 UTC 2019

On 10/10/2019 01:25, Gedare Bloom wrote:
>>>>     /**
>>>>      * @brief Is set, if the interrupt can be enabled through
>>>>      * rtems_interrupt_vector_enable(), otherwise cleared.
>>> disabled / disable()
>>>>      */
>>>>     unsigned int can_disable : 1;
>>> Curious: are there vectors that can be enabled but not disabled (or vice versa)?
>> Probably not.
> Then you would only need one state bit, since these two would always
> be identical? It's ok to leave it as is, but just may be wasteful.

I don't remember the exact controller but I think I once found a
watchdog that could only be enabled. Of course Watchdogs cause resets
most of the time and not interrupts that can be processed by software.
So I'm not sure whether it's relevant.

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