Re: [PATCH v3 1/5] spi: introduce mmap read support for spi flash devices
From: Brian Norris
Date: Tue Nov 17 2015 - 12:49:09 EST
On Tue, Nov 17, 2015 at 12:02:29PM +0530, Vignesh R wrote:
> On 11/13/2015 09:35 PM, Cyrille Pitchen wrote:
> > In September I've sent a series of patches to enhance the support of QSPI flash
> > memories. Patch 4 was dedicated to the m25p80 driver and set the
> > rx_nbits / tx_nbits fields of spi_transfer struct(s) in order to configure the
> > number of I/O lines independently for the opcode, address and data parts.
> > The work was done for m25p80_read() but also for _read_reg(), _write_reg() and
> > _write().
> > The patched m25p80 driver was then tested with an at25 memory to check non-
> > regression.
> > This series of patches also added 4 enum spi_protocol fields inside struct
> > spi_nor so the spi-nor framework can tell the (Q)SPI controller driver what SPI
> > protocol should be use for erase, read, write and register read/write
> > operations, depending on the memory manufacturer and the command opcode.
> > This was done to better support Micron, Spansion and Macronix QSPI memories.
> > I have tested the series with Micron QSPI memories and Atmel QSPI controller
> > and I guess Marek also tested it on his side with Spansion QSPI memories and
> > another QSPI controller.
> > So if it can help other developers to develop QSPI controller drivers, the
> > series is still available there:
> > for the whole series:
> > http://lists.infradead.org/pipermail/linux-arm-kernel/2015-September/371170.html
> > for patch 4 (depends on patch 2 for enum spi_protocol):
> > http://lists.infradead.org/pipermail/linux-arm-kernel/2015-September/371173.html
> Should I rebase my next version on top of above patches by Cyrille or
> shall I post on top of 4.4-rc1?
I'm sorry to say I really haven't had the time to review that properly.
I'm also not sure it is a true dependency for your series, as you're
tackling different pieces of the puzzle. So it's mostly just a conflict,
not a real direct help.
So unless I'm misunderstanding, I'd suggest submitting MTD stuff against
the latest l2-mtd.git (or linux-next.git; l2-mtd.git is included there),
and I'll let you know if conflicts come up that need fixing.
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