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Linux/drivers/extcon/Kconfig

  1 menuconfig EXTCON
  2         tristate "External Connector Class (extcon) support"
  3         help
  4           Say Y here to enable external connector class (extcon) support.
  5           This allows monitoring external connectors by userspace
  6           via sysfs and uevent and supports external connectors with
  7           multiple states; i.e., an extcon that may have multiple
  8           cables attached. For example, an external connector of a device
  9           may be used to connect an HDMI cable and a AC adaptor, and to
 10           host USB ports. Many of 30-pin connectors including PDMI are
 11           also good examples.
 12 
 13 if EXTCON
 14 
 15 comment "Extcon Device Drivers"
 16 
 17 config EXTCON_ADC_JACK
 18         tristate "ADC Jack extcon support"
 19         depends on IIO
 20         help
 21           Say Y here to enable extcon device driver based on ADC values.
 22 
 23 config EXTCON_ARIZONA
 24         tristate "Wolfson Arizona EXTCON support"
 25         depends on MFD_ARIZONA && INPUT && SND_SOC
 26         help
 27           Say Y here to enable support for external accessory detection
 28           with Wolfson Arizona devices. These are audio CODECs with
 29           advanced audio accessory detection support.
 30 
 31 config EXTCON_AXP288
 32         tristate "X-Power AXP288 EXTCON support"
 33         depends on MFD_AXP20X && USB_PHY
 34         help
 35           Say Y here to enable support for USB peripheral detection
 36           and USB MUX switching by X-Power AXP288 PMIC.
 37 
 38 config EXTCON_GPIO
 39         tristate "GPIO extcon support"
 40         depends on GPIOLIB || COMPILE_TEST
 41         help
 42           Say Y here to enable GPIO based extcon support. Note that GPIO
 43           extcon supports single state per extcon instance.
 44 
 45 config EXTCON_MAX14577
 46         tristate "Maxim MAX14577/77836 EXTCON Support"
 47         depends on MFD_MAX14577
 48         select IRQ_DOMAIN
 49         select REGMAP_I2C
 50         help
 51           If you say yes here you get support for the MUIC device of
 52           Maxim MAX14577/77836. The MAX14577/77836 MUIC is a USB port accessory
 53           detector and switch.
 54 
 55 config EXTCON_MAX77693
 56         tristate "Maxim MAX77693 EXTCON Support"
 57         depends on MFD_MAX77693 && INPUT
 58         select IRQ_DOMAIN
 59         select REGMAP_I2C
 60         help
 61           If you say yes here you get support for the MUIC device of
 62           Maxim MAX77693 PMIC. The MAX77693 MUIC is a USB port accessory
 63           detector and switch.
 64 
 65 config EXTCON_MAX77843
 66         tristate "Maxim MAX77843 EXTCON Support"
 67         depends on MFD_MAX77843
 68         select IRQ_DOMAIN
 69         select REGMAP_I2C
 70         help
 71           If you say yes here you get support for the MUIC device of
 72           Maxim MAX77843. The MAX77843 MUIC is a USB port accessory
 73           detector add switch.
 74 
 75 config EXTCON_MAX8997
 76         tristate "Maxim MAX8997 EXTCON Support"
 77         depends on MFD_MAX8997 && IRQ_DOMAIN
 78         help
 79           If you say yes here you get support for the MUIC device of
 80           Maxim MAX8997 PMIC. The MAX8997 MUIC is a USB port accessory
 81           detector and switch.
 82 
 83 config EXTCON_PALMAS
 84         tristate "Palmas USB EXTCON support"
 85         depends on MFD_PALMAS
 86         help
 87           Say Y here to enable support for USB peripheral and USB host
 88           detection by palmas usb.
 89 
 90 config EXTCON_RT8973A
 91         tristate "Richtek RT8973A EXTCON support"
 92         depends on I2C
 93         select IRQ_DOMAIN
 94         select REGMAP_I2C
 95         select REGMAP_IRQ
 96         help
 97           If you say yes here you get support for the MUIC device of
 98           Richtek RT8973A. The RT8973A is a USB port accessory detector
 99           and switch that is optimized to protect low voltage system
100           from abnormal high input voltage (up to 28V).
101 
102 config EXTCON_SM5502
103         tristate "Silicon Mitus SM5502 EXTCON support"
104         depends on I2C
105         select IRQ_DOMAIN
106         select REGMAP_I2C
107         select REGMAP_IRQ
108         help
109           If you say yes here you get support for the MUIC device of
110           Silicon Mitus SM5502. The SM5502 is a USB port accessory
111           detector and switch.
112 
113 config EXTCON_USB_GPIO
114         tristate "USB GPIO extcon support"
115         depends on GPIOLIB || COMPILE_TEST
116         help
117           Say Y here to enable GPIO based USB cable detection extcon support.
118           Used typically if GPIO is used for USB ID pin detection.
119 
120 endif

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