Is the recognition of IAAS a hardware interrupt (according to manual,
yes)? I set IEN (I2C enable) and IIEN (Interrupt Enable).
I set the slave address to 0x1c (chosen at random). The IMX bus driver
is unchanged. With my external Master I ask for the address on the
bus. But the IAAS bit is never set.
In this test, I want to see if the hardware interrupt work.
Should i modified the bus driver (IRQ handler???) or is this a real
hardware interrupt?

Where is my misconception?

Best regards

2015-11-18 12:11 GMT+01:00 Wolfram Sang <w...@the-dreams.de>:
> Hi,
>> thanks to your comments in the rcar driver, I understand the function
>> of each register. But I'd like a manual of this board. Where is
>> accurately entered into the individual registers.
> As far as I know, there is no public user manual for RCar SoCs. I can
> ask, though.
>> Had someone for me a manual by the individual registers are explained.
>> So that I can understand the rcar driver better.
> However, if you have a specific question, you could ask and I could try
> improving the driver's documentation :)
> Regards,
>    Wolfram
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