RE: [PATCH] i2c-pnx: fix setting start/stop condition
From: Kevin Wells
Date: Mon Mar 01 2010 - 20:12:47 EST
> I had a closer look into this and think that you are right. I was
> irritated by the unregular usage of start_bit and thought the stop bit is
> asserted with the i2c_pnx_stop call, which is apparently only used for
> zero sized transfers.
> Fixed patch is attached with this mail.
This latest patch seems to work fine and tests well with all our
I2C devices - including the pcf8563, which didn't work right before
this patch. I think it's good to go.
> Luotao Fu
> Pengutronix e.K. | Dipl.-Ing. Luotao Fu |
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