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is there a way to expose the I2C Interrupt, so it can be linked to a DMA controller?
I know that there are a few things that need to be handled in software (NACK etc.) but one could use a control_reg or similar to distinguish between the interrupt-types and let the DMA handle at least the data-transfer.