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SubjectRe: [GIT PULL] USB/PHY driver changes for 4.15-rc1
On 11/14/2017 05:17 AM, Greg KH wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 13, 2017 at 09:29:36PM -0800, Linus Torvalds wrote:
>> On Mon, Nov 13, 2017 at 8:19 AM, Greg KH <> wrote:
>>> Other major thing is the typec code that moved out of staging and into
>>> the "real" part of the drivers/usb/ tree, which was nice to see happen.
>> Hmm. So now it asks me about Type-C Port Controller Manager. Fair
>> enough. I say "N", because I have none. But then it still asks me
>> about that TI TPS6598x driver...
>> So I do see the _technical_ logic in there - the "TYPEC" config option
>> is a hidden internal option, and it's selected by the things that need
>> it.
>> But from a user perspective, this configuration model is really strange.
>> Why is TYPEC_TCPM something you ask the user, but not "do you want
>> Type-C support"? And if you single out the PCM side to ask about, why
>> don't you single out the power delivery side?
>> Wouldn't it make more sense to at least ask whether I want Type-C
>> power delivery chips before it then starts asking about individual PD
>> drivers, the same way you asked about the port controller before you
>> started asking ab out individual port controller drivers?
>> Or is it just me who finds this a bit odd?
> Yes, it is odd, but then again, so is typec :(
> I think this is an artifact of the code living in two different
> directories for a while (drivers/staging/ and drivers/usb) and now
> coming together.
> Guenter, can you make up a patch to fix up the Kconfig entries in
> drivers/usb/typec/Kconfig to make a bit more sense now that things are
> all living in the same place in the tree?

I'll give it a try. Wonder if we should make TYPEC_TCPM implicit (selected)
instead of having a dependency on it. After all, its use depends on the
selected chip. Any thoughts ?


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