Commit 2373cba3 authored by Patrice Chotard's avatar Patrice Chotard Committed by Tom Rini

cmd: Prepare sysboot command independence

As sysboot and pxe commands are sharing piece of code, migrate this
common code into a new file pxe_utils.c to prepare sysboot command
code extraction from pxe.c
Signed-off-by: Patrice Chotard's avatarPatrice Chotard <>
parent 1ac2cb97
......@@ -111,7 +111,7 @@ ifdef CONFIG_PCI
obj-$(CONFIG_CMD_PCI) += pci.o
obj-$(CONFIG_CMD_PINMUX) += pinmux.o
obj-$(CONFIG_CMD_PXE) += pxe.o
obj-$(CONFIG_CMD_PXE) += pxe.o pxe_utils.o
obj-$(CONFIG_CMD_WOL) += wol.o
obj-$(CONFIG_CMD_QFW) += qfw.o
obj-$(CONFIG_CMD_READ) += read.o
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/* SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0+ */
#ifndef __PXE_UTILS_H
#define __PXE_UTILS_H
* A note on the pxe file parser.
* We're parsing files that use syslinux grammar, which has a few quirks.
* String literals must be recognized based on context - there is no
* quoting or escaping support. There's also nothing to explicitly indicate
* when a label section completes. We deal with that by ending a label
* section whenever we see a line that doesn't include.
* As with the syslinux family, this same file format could be reused in the
* future for non pxe purposes. The only action it takes during parsing that
* would throw this off is handling of include files. It assumes we're using
* pxe, and does a tftp download of a file listed as an include file in the
* middle of the parsing operation. That could be handled by refactoring it to
* take a 'include file getter' function.
* Describes a single label given in a pxe file.
* Create these with the 'label_create' function given below.
* name - the name of the menu as given on the 'menu label' line.
* kernel - the path to the kernel file to use for this label.
* append - kernel command line to use when booting this label
* initrd - path to the initrd to use for this label.
* attempted - 0 if we haven't tried to boot this label, 1 if we have.
* localboot - 1 if this label specified 'localboot', 0 otherwise.
* list - lets these form a list, which a pxe_menu struct will hold.
struct pxe_label {
char num[4];
char *name;
char *menu;
char *kernel;
char *config;
char *append;
char *initrd;
char *fdt;
char *fdtdir;
int ipappend;
int attempted;
int localboot;
int localboot_val;
struct list_head list;
* Describes a pxe menu as given via pxe files.
* title - the name of the menu as given by a 'menu title' line.
* default_label - the name of the default label, if any.
* bmp - the bmp file name which is displayed in background
* timeout - time in tenths of a second to wait for a user key-press before
* booting the default label.
* prompt - if 0, don't prompt for a choice unless the timeout period is
* interrupted. If 1, always prompt for a choice regardless of
* timeout.
* labels - a list of labels defined for the menu.
struct pxe_menu {
char *title;
char *default_label;
char *bmp;
int timeout;
int prompt;
struct list_head labels;
extern bool is_pxe;
extern int (*do_getfile)(cmd_tbl_t *cmdtp, const char *file_path,
char *file_addr);
void destroy_pxe_menu(struct pxe_menu *cfg);
int get_pxe_file(cmd_tbl_t *cmdtp, const char *file_path,
unsigned long file_addr);
int get_pxelinux_path(cmd_tbl_t *cmdtp, const char *file,
unsigned long pxefile_addr_r);
void handle_pxe_menu(cmd_tbl_t *cmdtp, struct pxe_menu *cfg);
struct pxe_menu *parse_pxefile(cmd_tbl_t *cmdtp, unsigned long menucfg);
int format_mac_pxe(char *outbuf, size_t outbuf_len);
#endif /* __PXE_UTILS_H */
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