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NAME

       z8530_interrupt -  Handle an interrupt from a Z8530

SYNOPSIS

       void z8530_interrupt (int irq, void *dev_id, struct pt_regs *regs);

ARGUMENTS

       irq              Interrupt number

       dev_id       The Z8530 device that is interrupting.

       regs         unused

DESCRIPTION

       A Z85[2]30 device has stuck its hand in the air for attention.  We scan
       both the channels on the chip for events  and  then  call  the  channel
       specific  call  backs for each channel that has events.  We have to use
       callback functions because the two channels can be in different  modes.

       Locking is done for the handlers. Note that locking is done at the chip
       level (the 5uS delay issue is per chip not per channel). c->lock for
       both channels points to dev->lock