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SubjectRe: [PATCH 3/3] media: platform: meson-ao-cec-g12a: add wakeup support
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Hi Martin,


thanks for review

On 12/12/19 8:57 PM, Martin Blumenstingl wrote:
> Hi Guillaume,
>
> (I don't know the specifics of this hardware but I have two general
> comments below)
>
> On Thu, Dec 12, 2019 at 4:00 PM Guillaume La Roque
> <glaroque@baylibre.com> wrote:
>> +#define CECB_FUNC_CFG_REG 0xA0
>> +#define CECB_FUNC_CFG_MASK GENMASK(6, 0)
>> +#define CECB_FUNC_CFG_CEC_ON 0x01
>> +#define CECB_FUNC_CFG_OTP_ON 0x02
>> +#define CECB_FUNC_CFG_AUTO_STANDBY 0x04
>> +#define CECB_FUNC_CFG_AUTO_POWER_ON 0x08
>> +#define CECB_FUNC_CFG_ALL 0x2f
>> +#define CECB_FUNC_CFG_NONE 0x0
>> +
>> +#define CECB_LOG_ADDR_REG 0xA4
>> +#define CECB_LOG_ADDR_MASK GENMASK(22, 16)
> do these registers have some RTI_* prefix in the datasheet?
> that would make it easier to spot that these registers belong to AO /
> RTI (while all other registers belong to the CEC controller)

as i say register info come from amlogic BSP.

nothing in datasheet unfortunately. in amlogic code , this register are called AO_DEBUG_REG0 and AO_DEBUG_REG1 in amlogic BSP...

>
> [...]
>> + if (ao_cec->regmap_ao_sysctrl)
>> + ret |= regmap_update_bits(ao_cec->regmap_ao_sysctrl,
>> + CECB_LOG_ADDR_REG,
>> + CECB_FUNC_CFG_MASK,
> why do we need to mask CECB_FUNC_CFG_MASK (from register 0xa0) in the
> CECB_LOG_ADDR_REG register (0xa4)?
good point, it's an error i will fix
>
>> + logical_addr << CECB_LOG_ADDR_SHIFT);
> FIELD_PREP(CECB_FUNC_CFG_MASK, logical_addr) would make it consistent
> with the rest of the driver
> then you can also drop the #define CECB_LOG_ADDR_SHIFT
i will
>
> Martin

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