[PATCH 0/2] Charger monster taming
andy at openmoko.com
Tue Jul 22 19:16:02 CEST 2008
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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
| On Tuesday 22 July 2008 13:15:07 Andy Green wrote:
|> These patches try to do something about the random non-charging
|> behaviour getting reported, along with some incorrect behaviours
|> of the charging trigger stuff Holger worked on.
| cool. I have some minor comments and one question.
| pcf50633_usb_curlim_set gets called from gta02 code in return to a usb
| action? So we enable charging when we know that a USB cable is
| can take the power we want, otherwise go to idle? Sounds sane.
mach-gta02.c doesn't directly deal with pcf50633_charge_enable or
charger enable after this patch at all. The only thing it glues
together now is the USB enumeration event to pcf50633 world, but it does
that by calling an opaque export from pcf50633 which then does the
pcf50633_charge_enable call on that side of the fence. So pcf50633
charger got a little bit more selfcontained and mach-gta02.c needed to
know less detail about the PMU.
| minor comments:
| - I think we call the callbacks twice now. Once in set_cur_limit once
| enable charging..
Ha you're right. It's harmless but it's wrong to do it twice. I'll see
how safe that patient is to operate on further.
| - To increase readability of the patch you might want to do the pdata
| as a separate patch?
Too late, but good advice. It doesn't affect the code just the patch
beauty level. I find unless I layer them while I do them often stuff
gets mingled in single patch stanzas and then it is hard to pick them
apart. And when I am sweating about what I am doing, I don't even know
the patch is viable until it works much later so beautification seems a
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