[PATCH 1/1] uboot-pcf50633-default-curr-lim-1A.patch
andy at openmoko.com
Fri Feb 22 04:19:52 CET 2008
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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
> On Fri, 2008-02-22 at 03:06, Andy Green wrote:
>> But every USB host I ever saw has current limit and high-side switch.
>> So I don't expect to find these kind of hosts,
> Well, then let me tell you a story that this is not so unproblematic
> as you may think.
Yeah I realize that if one found oneself in that situation, one faces
every possible story or suspicion or rumour of problems. It would not a
good situation to be in, for that time inbetween shipping with the
deficit and fixing it with an update.
I explained my logic last night in the hypothetical (yet not uncommon)
situation one has a sorted list of problems in order of gravity, and you
did not get to the end of the list when you must ship. I doubt anyone
who does this kind of work is a complete stranger to the choice between
a rock and a hard place. Anyway hopefully we will not be in either
position with this, although evidently we still do not and will not
comply with all the USB specs with Marko's shorting thing.
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