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# Timer driver configuration options

# Copyright (c) 2014-2015 Wind River Systems, Inc.
# Copyright (c) 2016 Cadence Design Systems, Inc.
# Copyright (c) 2019 Intel Corp.
# SPDX-License-Identifier: Apache-2.0

menu "Timer Drivers"

config TIMER_HAS_64BIT_CYCLE_COUNTER
	bool
	help
	  When this option is true, the k_cycle_get_64() call is
	  available to provide values from a 64-bit cycle counter.

config TIMER_READS_ITS_FREQUENCY_AT_RUNTIME
	bool "Timer queries its hardware to find its frequency at runtime"
	help
	  The drivers select this option automatically when needed. Do not modify
	  this unless you have a very good reason for it.

config SYSTEM_CLOCK_SLOPPY_IDLE
	bool "Timer allowed to skew uptime clock during idle"
	help
	  When true, the timer driver is not required to maintain a
	  correct system uptime count when the system enters idle.
	  Some platforms may take advantage of this to reduce the
	  overhead from regular interrupts required to handle counter
	  wraparound conditions.

config SYSTEM_CLOCK_INIT_PRIORITY
	int "System clock driver initialization priority"
	default 0
	help
	  This options can be used to set a specific initialization priority
	  value for the system clock driver. As driver initialization  might need
	  the clock to be running already, you should let the default value as it
	  is (0).

# Hidden option to be selected by individual SoC.
config TICKLESS_CAPABLE
	bool
	help
	  Timer drivers should select this flag if they are capable of
	  supporting tickless operation.  That is, a call to
	  sys_clock_set_timeout() with a number of ticks greater than
	  one should be expected not to produce a call to
	  sys_clock_announce() (really, not to produce an interrupt at
	  all) until the specified expiration.

config SYSTEM_TIMER_HAS_DISABLE_SUPPORT
	bool
	help
	  This option should be selected by drivers implementing support for
	  sys_clock_disable() API.

source "drivers/timer/Kconfig.altera_avalon"
source "drivers/timer/Kconfig.apic"
source "drivers/timer/Kconfig.arcv2"
source "drivers/timer/Kconfig.arm_arch"
source "drivers/timer/Kconfig.cavs"
source "drivers/timer/Kconfig.cc13x2_cc26x2_rtc"
source "drivers/timer/Kconfig.cortex_m_systick"
source "drivers/timer/Kconfig.esp32c3_sys"
source "drivers/timer/Kconfig.hpet"
source "drivers/timer/Kconfig.ite_it8xxx2"
source "drivers/timer/Kconfig.leon_gptimer"
source "drivers/timer/Kconfig.litex"
source "drivers/timer/Kconfig.mchp_xec_rtos"
source "drivers/timer/Kconfig.mcux_gpt"
source "drivers/timer/Kconfig.mcux_lptmr"
source "drivers/timer/Kconfig.mcux_os"
source "drivers/timer/Kconfig.mips_cp0"
source "drivers/timer/Kconfig.native_posix"
source "drivers/timer/Kconfig.npcx_itim"
source "drivers/timer/Kconfig.nrf_rtc"
source "drivers/timer/Kconfig.rcar_cmt"
source "drivers/timer/Kconfig.riscv_machine"
source "drivers/timer/Kconfig.rv32m1_lptmr"
source "drivers/timer/Kconfig.sam0_rtc"
source "drivers/timer/Kconfig.stm32_lptim"
source "drivers/timer/Kconfig.xlnx_psttc"
source "drivers/timer/Kconfig.xtensa"

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