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Subject[PATCH 2/5] staging: vc04_services: Use tabs instead of spaces
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This patch fixes the checkpatch.pl error:

ERROR: code indent should use tabs where possible

in the interface/vchi directory

Signed-off-by: Aymen Qader <qader.aymen@gmail.com>
---
.../vc04_services/interface/vchi/vchi.h | 116 +++++++++---------
1 file changed, 58 insertions(+), 58 deletions(-)

diff --git a/drivers/staging/vc04_services/interface/vchi/vchi.h b/drivers/staging/vc04_services/interface/vchi/vchi.h
index ffb8caaacaea..cb2582a4eb6a 100644
--- a/drivers/staging/vc04_services/interface/vchi/vchi.h
+++ b/drivers/staging/vc04_services/interface/vchi/vchi.h
@@ -71,23 +71,23 @@ typedef struct vchi_msg_vector_ex {
VCHI_MSG_VECTOR_TYPE_T type;
union {
// a memory handle
- struct {
- VCHI_MEM_HANDLE_T handle;
- uint32_t offset;
- int32_t vec_len;
- } handle;
+ struct {
+ VCHI_MEM_HANDLE_T handle;
+ uint32_t offset;
+ int32_t vec_len;
+ } handle;

// an ordinary data pointer
- struct {
- const void *vec_base;
- int32_t vec_len;
+ struct {
+ const void *vec_base;
+ int32_t vec_len;
} ptr;

// a nested vector list
- struct {
- struct vchi_msg_vector_ex *vec;
- uint32_t vec_len;
- } list;
+ struct {
+ struct vchi_msg_vector_ex *vec;
+ uint32_t vec_len;
+ } list;
} u;
} VCHI_MSG_VECTOR_EX_T;

@@ -155,7 +155,7 @@ extern "C" {
#endif

extern /*@observer@*/ VCHI_CONNECTION_T * vchi_create_connection(const VCHI_CONNECTION_API_T * function_table,
- const VCHI_MESSAGE_DRIVER_T * low_level);
+ const VCHI_MESSAGE_DRIVER_T * low_level);

// Routine used to initialise the vchi on both local + remote connections
extern int32_t vchi_initialise(VCHI_INSTANCE_T *instance_handle);
@@ -163,8 +163,8 @@ extern int32_t vchi_initialise(VCHI_INSTANCE_T *instance_handle);
extern int32_t vchi_exit(void);

extern int32_t vchi_connect(VCHI_CONNECTION_T **connections,
- const uint32_t num_connections,
- VCHI_INSTANCE_T instance_handle);
+ const uint32_t num_connections,
+ VCHI_INSTANCE_T instance_handle);

//When this is called, ensure that all services have no data pending.
//Bulk transfers can remain 'queued'
@@ -172,7 +172,7 @@ extern int32_t vchi_disconnect(VCHI_INSTANCE_T instance_handle);

// Global control over bulk CRC checking
extern int32_t vchi_crc_control(VCHI_CONNECTION_T *connection,
- VCHI_CRC_CONTROL_T control);
+ VCHI_CRC_CONTROL_T control);

// helper functions
extern void * vchi_allocate_buffer(VCHI_SERVICE_HANDLE_T handle, uint32_t *length);
@@ -184,19 +184,19 @@ extern uint32_t vchi_current_time(VCHI_INSTANCE_T instance_handle);
*****************************************************************************/
// Routine to create a named service
extern int32_t vchi_service_create(VCHI_INSTANCE_T instance_handle,
- SERVICE_CREATION_T *setup,
- VCHI_SERVICE_HANDLE_T *handle);
+ SERVICE_CREATION_T *setup,
+ VCHI_SERVICE_HANDLE_T *handle);

// Routine to destroy a service
extern int32_t vchi_service_destroy(const VCHI_SERVICE_HANDLE_T handle);

// Routine to open a named service
extern int32_t vchi_service_open(VCHI_INSTANCE_T instance_handle,
- SERVICE_CREATION_T *setup,
- VCHI_SERVICE_HANDLE_T *handle);
+ SERVICE_CREATION_T *setup,
+ VCHI_SERVICE_HANDLE_T *handle);

extern int32_t vchi_get_peer_version(const VCHI_SERVICE_HANDLE_T handle,
- short *peer_version);
+ short *peer_version);

// Routine to close a named service
extern int32_t vchi_service_close(const VCHI_SERVICE_HANDLE_T handle);
@@ -227,18 +227,18 @@ vchi_queue_user_message(VCHI_SERVICE_HANDLE_T handle,
// Routine to receive a msg from a service
// Dequeue is equivalent to hold, copy into client buffer, release
extern int32_t vchi_msg_dequeue(VCHI_SERVICE_HANDLE_T handle,
- void *data,
- uint32_t max_data_size_to_read,
- uint32_t *actual_msg_size,
- VCHI_FLAGS_T flags);
+ void *data,
+ uint32_t max_data_size_to_read,
+ uint32_t *actual_msg_size,
+ VCHI_FLAGS_T flags);

// Routine to look at a message in place.
// The message is not dequeued, so a subsequent call to peek or dequeue
// will return the same message.
extern int32_t vchi_msg_peek(VCHI_SERVICE_HANDLE_T handle,
- void **data,
- uint32_t *msg_size,
- VCHI_FLAGS_T flags);
+ void **data,
+ uint32_t *msg_size,
+ VCHI_FLAGS_T flags);

// Routine to remove a message after it has been read in place with peek
// The first message on the queue is dequeued.
@@ -248,15 +248,15 @@ extern int32_t vchi_msg_remove(VCHI_SERVICE_HANDLE_T handle);
// The message is dequeued, so the caller is left holding it; the descriptor is
// filled in and must be released when the user has finished with the message.
extern int32_t vchi_msg_hold(VCHI_SERVICE_HANDLE_T handle,
- void **data, // } may be NULL, as info can be
- uint32_t *msg_size, // } obtained from HELD_MSG_T
- VCHI_FLAGS_T flags,
- VCHI_HELD_MSG_T *message_descriptor);
+ void **data, // } may be NULL, as info can be
+ uint32_t *msg_size, // } obtained from HELD_MSG_T
+ VCHI_FLAGS_T flags,
+ VCHI_HELD_MSG_T *message_descriptor);

// Initialise an iterator to look through messages in place
extern int32_t vchi_msg_look_ahead(VCHI_SERVICE_HANDLE_T handle,
- VCHI_MSG_ITER_T *iter,
- VCHI_FLAGS_T flags);
+ VCHI_MSG_ITER_T *iter,
+ VCHI_FLAGS_T flags);

/******************************************************************************
Global service support API - operations on held messages and message iterators
@@ -282,8 +282,8 @@ extern int32_t vchi_msg_iter_has_next(const VCHI_MSG_ITER_T *iter);

// Return the pointer and length for the next message and advance the iterator.
extern int32_t vchi_msg_iter_next(VCHI_MSG_ITER_T *iter,
- void **data,
- uint32_t *msg_size);
+ void **data,
+ uint32_t *msg_size);

// Remove the last message returned by vchi_msg_iter_next.
// Can only be called once after each call to vchi_msg_iter_next.
@@ -292,13 +292,13 @@ extern int32_t vchi_msg_iter_remove(VCHI_MSG_ITER_T *iter);
// Hold the last message returned by vchi_msg_iter_next.
// Can only be called once after each call to vchi_msg_iter_next.
extern int32_t vchi_msg_iter_hold(VCHI_MSG_ITER_T *iter,
- VCHI_HELD_MSG_T *message);
+ VCHI_HELD_MSG_T *message);

// Return information for the next message, and hold it, advancing the iterator.
extern int32_t vchi_msg_iter_hold_next(VCHI_MSG_ITER_T *iter,
- void **data, // } may be NULL
- uint32_t *msg_size, // }
- VCHI_HELD_MSG_T *message);
+ void **data, // } may be NULL
+ uint32_t *msg_size, // }
+ VCHI_HELD_MSG_T *message);

/******************************************************************************
Global bulk API
@@ -306,25 +306,25 @@ extern int32_t vchi_msg_iter_hold_next(VCHI_MSG_ITER_T *iter,

// Routine to prepare interface for a transfer from the other side
extern int32_t vchi_bulk_queue_receive(VCHI_SERVICE_HANDLE_T handle,
- void *data_dst,
- uint32_t data_size,
- VCHI_FLAGS_T flags,
- void *transfer_handle);
+ void *data_dst,
+ uint32_t data_size,
+ VCHI_FLAGS_T flags,
+ void *transfer_handle);

// Prepare interface for a transfer from the other side into relocatable memory.
int32_t vchi_bulk_queue_receive_reloc(const VCHI_SERVICE_HANDLE_T handle,
- VCHI_MEM_HANDLE_T h_dst,
- uint32_t offset,
- uint32_t data_size,
- const VCHI_FLAGS_T flags,
- void * const bulk_handle);
+ VCHI_MEM_HANDLE_T h_dst,
+ uint32_t offset,
+ uint32_t data_size,
+ const VCHI_FLAGS_T flags,
+ void * const bulk_handle);

// Routine to queue up data ready for transfer to the other (once they have signalled they are ready)
extern int32_t vchi_bulk_queue_transmit(VCHI_SERVICE_HANDLE_T handle,
- const void *data_src,
- uint32_t data_size,
- VCHI_FLAGS_T flags,
- void *transfer_handle);
+ const void *data_src,
+ uint32_t data_size,
+ VCHI_FLAGS_T flags,
+ void *transfer_handle);

/******************************************************************************
Configuration plumbing
@@ -343,11 +343,11 @@ const VCHI_MESSAGE_DRIVER_T *vchi_mphi_message_driver_func_table(void);
#endif

extern int32_t vchi_bulk_queue_transmit_reloc(VCHI_SERVICE_HANDLE_T handle,
- VCHI_MEM_HANDLE_T h_src,
- uint32_t offset,
- uint32_t data_size,
- VCHI_FLAGS_T flags,
- void *transfer_handle);
+ VCHI_MEM_HANDLE_T h_src,
+ uint32_t offset,
+ uint32_t data_size,
+ VCHI_FLAGS_T flags,
+ void *transfer_handle);
#endif /* VCHI_H_ */

/****************************** End of file **********************************/
--
2.17.1
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