RE: [PATCH v15 10/10] usb:dummy_hcd: Force FS device connection according to module parameter
From: Tanya Brokhman
Date: Tue Jun 07 2011 - 14:48:24 EST
> > I'm not talking about dummy_hcd. It was a general comment about the
> > code. I can't give you an example from the top of my head...
> Oh. Well, if you're writing new code and you come across a place where
> an error message really is needed, you should add the error message.
Ok, I'll take that into consideration. Since I'm new here I was "afraid" to
add any changes that are not really required :)
> But if the parameters are contradictory, you don't know _how_ to fix
> it. If is_super_speed is True and is_high_speed is False, did the user
> want to add SuperSpeed support or to remove high-speed support?
> Besides, the best (i.e., easiest and most likely to be correct) way of
> fixing the error is for the user to issue the modprobe command again,
> with the correct parameters this time. Therefore the driver should
> fail to load, so that the modprobe can be reissued with no need to do
> rmmod first.
Ok, agreed. I'll update the patch.
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