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SubjectRe: [PATCH 1/3] hwmon: Add Texas Instruments TMP108 temperature sensor driver.
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On Nov 28, 2016, at 2:19 PM, Guenter Roeck <linux@roeck-us.net> wrote:
>
> The tmp102 driver adds the timeout if the device was in shutdown mode (SD=1).
>
> if (tmp102->config_orig & TMP102_CONF_SD) {
> ...
> tmp102->ready_time += msecs_to_jiffies(CONVERSION_TIME_MS);
> }
>
> Your code adds the timeout if the device was in continuous operation mode (M1=1).
>
> if ((tmp108->config & TMP108_CONF_MODE_MASK)
> == TMP108_MODE_CONTINUOUS) {
> tmp108->ready_time +=
> msecs_to_jiffies(TMP108_CONVERSION_TIME_MS);
> }
>
> Unless I am missing something, that is exactly the opposite.

Note that the TMP102 code is looking at ‘config_orig’ which was the initial device state, whereas in my proposed driver the code looks at the current configuration.

The update_ready_time function was only intended to be called AFTER the device has moved to a new mode. For the probe case I simply ignored the fact that it was already in continuous mode at startup and lazily re-used the update_ready_time function causing the code to run through a few extra instructions. I was attempting to re-use the logic in multiple cases.

I’ll update the code in my next patch series and you can re-review.

> Side note: Per datasheet, M0 is irrelevant if M1=1. The above check does not
> match M1=1, M0=1, but that condition would still reflect continuous mode.
>

OK. Noted.

Thanks,

John.

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