Re: [PATCH 0/2] mmc: sdhci: potentially bad behavior when using vmmc supply
From: Ulf Hansson
Date: Mon Nov 09 2015 - 05:50:59 EST
>> This doesn't seems like a case where a gpio regulator should be used
>> and I am not sure what problem it would solve. Beside to suppress the
>> log warnings (actually those aren't warnings but informations).
>> Isn't sdhci_do_start_signal_voltage_switch() doing what you need here?
> It is. I am only wondering the best way to describe the hardware:
> - No regulator but I have the 'no vqmmc regulator not found' message which
> is a bit annoying and which can be interpreted as an issue for someone
> who has no knowledge about this stuff.
Hmm, should we turn them into debug messages? Both regulators are optional.
> - Describe the regulator since there is one on my board. But it is not a
> fixed regulator and even if it's close to a gpio one it is not.
If it's driven by SDHCI internal logic, I would leave it to that.
There are no need to describe it at all.
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