[PATCH 1/1] riscv-sbi.adoc: fix typos


Heinrich Schuchardt
 

%s/secion/section/
%s/managment/management/
%s/implemenation/implementation/
%s/requestd/requested/
%s/hierarchial/hierarchical/
%s/inititated/initiated/
%s/recieves/receives/
%s/rententive/retentive/

Signed-off-by: Heinrich Schuchardt <xypron.glpk@...>
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riscv-sbi.adoc | 26 +++++++++++++-------------
1 file changed, 13 insertions(+), 13 deletions(-)

diff --git a/riscv-sbi.adoc b/riscv-sbi.adoc
index 11c30c3..4b6f2c3 100644
=2D-- a/riscv-sbi.adoc
+++ b/riscv-sbi.adoc
@@ -31,9 +31,9 @@ https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/.

* Improved document styling and naming conventions
* Added SBI system reset extension
-* Improved SBI introduction secion
-* Improved documentation of SBI hart state managment extension
-* Added suspend function to SBI hart state managment extension
+* Improved SBI introduction section
+* Improved documentation of SBI hart state management extension
+* Added suspend function to SBI hart state management extension

=3D=3D=3D Version 0.2

@@ -52,7 +52,7 @@ of the SBI follows the general RISC-V philosophy of havi=
ng a small core along
with a set of optional modular extensions.

The higher privilege software providing SBI interface to the supervisor-m=
ode
-software is referred to as a SBI implemenation or Supervisor Execution
+software is referred to as a SBI implementation or Supervisor Execution
Environment (SEE). A SBI implementation (or SEE) can be platform runtime
firmware executing in machine-mode (M-mode) (see below <<fig_intro1>>) or
it can be some hypervisor executing in hypervisor-mode (HS-mode) (see bel=
ow
@@ -741,7 +741,7 @@ along with a unique **HSM state id** for each state:
in the **STOPPED** state.
| 4 | SUSPENDED | This hart is in a platform specific suspen=
d
(or low power) state.
-| 5 | SUSPEND_PENDING | The hart has requestd to put itself in a
+| 5 | SUSPEND_PENDING | The hart has requested to put itself in a
platform specific low power state from the
**STARTED** state and the SBI implementati=
on
is still working to get the hart in the
@@ -764,22 +764,22 @@ image::riscv-sbi-hsm.png[]
A platform can have multiple harts grouped into a hierarchical topology
groups (namely cores, clusters, nodes, etc) with separate platform specif=
ic
low-power states for each hierarchical group. These platform specific
-low-power states of hierarchial topology groups can be represented as
+low-power states of hierarchical topology groups can be represented as
platform specific suspend states of a hart. A SBI implementation can
utilize the suspend states of higher topology groups using one of the
following approaches:

. *Platform-coordinated:* In this approach, when a hart becomes idle the
- supervisor-mode power-managment software will request deepest suspend
+ supervisor-mode power-management software will request deepest suspend
state for the hart and higher topology groups. A SBI implementation
should choose a suspend state at higher topology group which is:
.. Not deeper than the specified suspend state
.. Wake-up latency is not higher than the wake-up latency of the
specified suspend state
-. *OS-inititated:* In this approach, the supervisor-mode power-managment
+. *OS-initiated:* In this approach, the supervisor-mode power-management
software will directly request a suspend state for higher topology grou=
p
after the last hart in that group becomes idle. When a hart becomes idl=
e,
- the supervisor-mode power-managment software will always select suspend
+ the supervisor-mode power-management software will always select suspen=
d
state for the hart itself but it will select a suspend state for a high=
er
topology group only if the hart is the last running hart in the group.
A SBI implementation should:
@@ -815,7 +815,7 @@ below.
|=3D=3D=3D

This call is asynchronous -- more specifically, the `sbi_hart_start()` ma=
y
-return before target hart starts executing as long as the SBI implemenati=
on
+return before target hart starts executing as long as the SBI implementat=
ion
is capable of ensuring the return code is accurate. It is recommended tha=
t
if the SBI implementation is a platform runtime firmware executing in
machine-mode (M-mode) then it MUST configure PMP and other M-mode state
@@ -915,13 +915,13 @@ struct sbiret sbi_hart_suspend(uint32_t suspend_type=
,
unsigned long opaque)
----

-Request the SBI implementation to put the calling hart in a platform spec=
fic
+Request the SBI implementation to put the calling hart in a platform spec=
ific
suspend (or low power) state specified by the `suspend_type` parameter. T=
he
hart will automatically come out of suspended state and resume normal
-execution when it recieves an interrupt or platform specific hardware eve=
nt.
+execution when it receives an interrupt or platform specific hardware eve=
nt.

The platform specific suspend states for a hart can be either retentive
-or non-rententive in nature. A retentive suspend state will preserve hart
+or non-retentive in nature. A retentive suspend state will preserve hart
register and CSR values for all privilege modes whereas a non-retentive
suspend state will not preserve hart register and CSR values.

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2.30.2

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