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SubjectRe: [PATCH] regulator: twl: Enable regulators over the powerbus as well

On 25.03.2016 18:19, Mark Brown wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 25, 2016 at 06:09:27PM +0200, Ivaylo Dimitrov wrote:
>> Ok, so you say that regulator framework should call twl4030reg_set_mode(),
>> but it doesn't. If that is the case, then the bug is in the regulator
>> framework, a similar one to what you've fixed in "regulator: core: Always
>> flag voltage constraints as appliable".
> What makes you claim that this is a bug in the framework? Does anything
> in the machine configuration say that changing the modes is allowed?

My understanding is that regulator core have to make sure an enabled
regulator to be in REGULATOR_STATUS_NORMAL. Now it enables the
regulator, but does not make it in REGULATOR_STATUS_NORMAL. There are 3
places set_mode() is called in regulator/core.c - in drms_uA_update(),
in regulator_set_mode() and in set_machine_constraints().
set_machine_constraints() calls set_mode() only if there is initial mode
for that regulator. I can't find a call to regulator_set_mode() anywhere
in the tree.

From the documentation:

"regulator-initial-mode: initial operating mode...."

Does the above imply that every regulator present in the system must
have "initial-mode" defined even if it is "always-on" regulator?

Also, who puts a regulator out of REGULATOR_STATUS_NORMAL if there are
no more consumers?

It might be that I am not getting the logic behind.


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