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CONFIG_WIL6210_ISR_COR: Use Clear-On-Read mode for ISR registers for wil6210

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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_WIL6210_ISR_COR:

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ISR registers on wil6210 chip may operate in either COR (Clear-On-Read) or W1C (Write-1-to-Clear) mode. For production code, use COR (say y); is default since it saves extra target transaction; For ISR debug, use W1C (say n); is allows to monitor ISR registers with debugfs. If COR were used, ISR would self-clear when accessed for debug purposes, it makes such monitoring impossible. Say y unless you debug interrupts



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