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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/3] spi: spi-mtk-nor: make use of full capability of program mode
On Thu, 24 Sep 2020 23:27:27 +0800, Chuanhong Guo wrote:
> "program" mode on this controller can trigger up to 56 bits of data
> shifting. During the operation, data in PRGDATA[0-5] will be
> shifted out from MOSI, and data from MISO will be continuously filling
> SHREG[0-9].
> Currently this mode is used to implement transfer_one_message for 6-byte
> full-duplex transfer, but it can execute a transfer for up-to 7 bytes
> as long as the last byte is read only.
> transfer_one_message is expected to perform full-duplex transfer,
> instead of transfer with specific format. mtk_nor_spi_mem_prg is
> added here to use this extra byte.
> [...]

Applied to for-next


[1/3] spi: spi-mtk-nor: make use of full capability of prg mode
commit: e7edd2cf4c7d06c6ef3e2030f66eeefa5150f0ff
[2/3] spi: spi-mtk-nor: add helper for checking prg mode ops
commit: fd806575921ab78c8f0ee7f4dd3d4bb7c16206c8
[3/3] spi: spi-mtk-nor: fix op checks in supports_op
commit: 81f13f2116cd93910d958c58052ef7dc22f1e577

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