[i2c] [PATCH 03/03] i2c-i801: Fix minor style issues
pinkel at gmail.com
Tue Aug 12 22:50:55 CEST 2008
> Looks OK, thanks for doing that.
Seemed to be the easiest and best way to shut checkpatch up ;)
> I'm now waiting for an update of your patches based on 2.6.27-rc2 for a
> final review.
I hope to have them finnished and sent tomorrow.
> Oh, one last note before I forget: as the interrupt-based logic is new
> and might not be as robust as the old poll-based one,
> it might make
> sense to give the user a way to disable the interrupt-based logic and
> fall back to polling in case the new code doesn't work correctly.
> Without that possibility, I won't feel too confident to push your
> patches to Linus. Remember that the ICH chips are very popular and we
> just can't afford breaking these systems.
True, i'd rather have that option as well.
> This could be implemented as a build time option enabling the new
> interrupt-based code, tagged EXPERIMENTAL and disabled by default, or a
> module parameter, or both.
What option do you think will generate more use and thus more testing? A
build time option (which is disabled by default thus won't be used by
the generic user) or a module parameter which people might not know the
existance of, but is easy to enable? Not sure what the best option is :).
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