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SubjectRe: [PATCH 2/2] staging: rtl8188eu: cleanup indenting issue in mlme_linux.c
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On Thu, 2019-01-17 at 20:23 +0100, Michael Straube wrote:
> Cleanup indenting issue reported by checkpatch.
> CHECK: Alignment should match open parenthesis
[]
> diff --git a/drivers/staging/rtl8188eu/os_dep/mlme_linux.c b/drivers/staging/rtl8188eu/os_dep/mlme_linux.c
[]
> @@ -52,9 +52,8 @@ void rtw_reset_securitypriv(struct adapter *adapter)
> memset((unsigned char *)&adapter->securitypriv, 0, sizeof(struct security_priv));
>
> /* Restore the PMK information to securitypriv structure for the following connection. */
> - memcpy(&adapter->securitypriv.PMKIDList[0],
> - &backup_pmkid[0],
> - sizeof(struct rt_pmkid_list) * NUM_PMKID_CACHE);
> + memcpy(&adapter->securitypriv.PMKIDList[0], &backup_pmkid[0],
> + sizeof(struct rt_pmkid_list) * NUM_PMKID_CACHE);

Hi.

Please try not to blindly follow checkpatch messages but
please do try to make the code more readable.

Just below this block is another block with a temporary
that uses &adapter->securitypriv.

How about hoisting the temporary and using that?

Something like:
---
drivers/staging/rtl8188eu/os_dep/mlme_linux.c | 32 +++++++++++++--------------
1 file changed, 16 insertions(+), 16 deletions(-)

diff --git a/drivers/staging/rtl8188eu/os_dep/mlme_linux.c b/drivers/staging/rtl8188eu/os_dep/mlme_linux.c
index d5ceb3beabbc..320a0be2af3d 100644
--- a/drivers/staging/rtl8188eu/os_dep/mlme_linux.c
+++ b/drivers/staging/rtl8188eu/os_dep/mlme_linux.c
@@ -39,31 +39,31 @@ void rtw_reset_securitypriv(struct adapter *adapter)
u8 backup_index = 0;
u8 backup_counter = 0x00;
u32 backup_time = 0;
+ struct security_priv *psec_priv = &adapter->securitypriv;

- if (adapter->securitypriv.dot11AuthAlgrthm == dot11AuthAlgrthm_8021X) {
+ if (psec_priv->dot11AuthAlgrthm == dot11AuthAlgrthm_8021X) {
/* 802.1x */
/* We have to backup the PMK information for WiFi PMK Caching test item. */
/* Backup the btkip_countermeasure information. */
/* When the countermeasure is trigger, the driver have to disconnect with AP for 60 seconds. */
- memcpy(&backup_pmkid[0], &adapter->securitypriv.PMKIDList[0], sizeof(struct rt_pmkid_list) * NUM_PMKID_CACHE);
- backup_index = adapter->securitypriv.PMKIDIndex;
- backup_counter = adapter->securitypriv.btkip_countermeasure;
- backup_time = adapter->securitypriv.btkip_countermeasure_time;
- memset((unsigned char *)&adapter->securitypriv, 0, sizeof(struct security_priv));
+ memcpy(backup_pmkid, psec_priv->PMKIDList,
+ sizeof(struct rt_pmkid_list) * NUM_PMKID_CACHE);
+ backup_index = psec_priv->PMKIDIndex;
+ backup_counter = psec_priv->btkip_countermeasure;
+ backup_time = psec_priv->btkip_countermeasure_time;
+
+ memset(psec_priv, 0, sizeof(*psec_priv));

/* Restore the PMK information to securitypriv structure for the following connection. */
- memcpy(&adapter->securitypriv.PMKIDList[0],
- &backup_pmkid[0],
- sizeof(struct rt_pmkid_list) * NUM_PMKID_CACHE);
- adapter->securitypriv.PMKIDIndex = backup_index;
- adapter->securitypriv.btkip_countermeasure = backup_counter;
- adapter->securitypriv.btkip_countermeasure_time = backup_time;
- adapter->securitypriv.ndisauthtype = Ndis802_11AuthModeOpen;
- adapter->securitypriv.ndisencryptstatus = Ndis802_11WEPDisabled;
+ memcpy(psec_priv->PMKIDList, backup_pmkid,
+ sizeof(struct rt_pmkid_list) * NUM_PMKID_CACHE);
+ psec_priv->PMKIDIndex = backup_index;
+ psec_priv->btkip_countermeasure = backup_counter;
+ psec_priv->btkip_countermeasure_time = backup_time;
+ psec_priv->ndisauthtype = Ndis802_11AuthModeOpen;
+ psec_priv->ndisencryptstatus = Ndis802_11WEPDisabled;
} else {
/* reset values in securitypriv */
- struct security_priv *psec_priv = &adapter->securitypriv;
-
psec_priv->dot11AuthAlgrthm = dot11AuthAlgrthm_Open;
psec_priv->dot11PrivacyAlgrthm = _NO_PRIVACY_;
psec_priv->dot11PrivacyKeyIndex = 0;

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