Re: [PATCH] regmap: Allow read_reg_mask to be 0
From: Lars-Peter Clausen
Date: Tue Sep 30 2014 - 17:03:50 EST
On 09/30/2014 06:07 PM, Dan Murphy wrote:
There may be spi devices that do not require a
register read mask to read the registers.
Currently the code sets the read mask based on
a non-zero value passed in from the driver or if that
value is 0 sets the read mask to 0x80.
It only sets it to the bus default if both read_flag_mask and
write_flag_mask are 0. The assumption is that both of them being zero is a
invalid configuration and either of them (or both) have to be non-zero for
proper operation, since otherwise the device can't tell the difference
between a read and a write.
Do you have a device where both the read and the write mask is 0?
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