Here is my circuit (and I know that this circuit does not cause any problems at least for the moment):
For turning on, the maximal current from the pin "OUT" is limited by the resistance Rgate and the voltage VDRV as a worst case. Nevertheless for turning off, the maximal current is only limited by the impedance of the diode and the internal resistance of the PWM controller. For the PWM controller that I am currently using the maximal output current is 1A. So the impedance of the diode plus the internal resistance should be at least equal to 13V5/1A, ie 13.5 Ohm. I would be surprise to have a diode with an impedance equal to 13.5 ohm. The diode used is the 1N4148 (CMS).
1N4148 datasheet : https://www.vishay.com/docs/85748/1n4148w.pdf
What do you think about it ? Do you think that it may degrades the components over time ? Or do you think as the current exceed 1A during a very short time, it doesn't cause a problem as it probably depends on the junction temperature of the output stage of the output pin which probably does not have the time to exceed the maximal temperature ?
Thank you very much !