Nope. It cannot be used as a GPIO.
Where can i get any example or document to explain INT#/CTL,
How to use INT#/CTL for interrupt application?
I am also curious to get some more information about this pin. Is there somwhere documentation about this signal available that decribes how it can be used?
I have the same question, what's the purpose of this signal and how can we use it. Couldn't find it in the documentation.
According to the GPIF II user guide (p. 40, INTR_HOST), this pin can be used to generate an interrupt to an external host out of the GPIF state machine.
This pin can be used as a CTL one, but not directly in GPIF2 software where it cannot be addressed (why ?, I don't know...).
So to use it, you have to edit GPIF2 result file to change from another CTL pin to this one.
This is tough work but finally it works correctly.
I had to do this because on our own board the "int#" name leads to a schematic misunderstanding and I HAD to use it...