[PATCH 0/4] staging: iio: ad7150: improve driver readability
ardeleanalex at gmail.com
Sat May 4 11:12:22 UTC 2019
On Sat, May 4, 2019 at 1:24 AM Melissa Wen <melissa.srw at gmail.com> wrote:
> This patchset solves readability issues in AD7150 code, such as clarify
> register and mask definition, fashion improvement of mask uses, reduce
> tedious operation and useless comments.
Two patches seem a bit noisy/un-needed.
The other 2 are fine from me.
This driver does need some work to move it out of staging.
I am not sure what would be a big blocker for it, other than maybe it
needs a device-tree binding doc (in YAML format).
Maybe Jonathan remembers.
Some other low-hanging-fruit ideas would be:
1) remove the code for platform_data ; that one seems forgotten from
some other time; the interrupts should be coming from device-tree,
from the i2c bindings
2) you could do a AD7150_EVENT_SPEC() macro (similar to
AD7150_TIMEOUT() macro) and use it in the ad7150_events list; that
would reduce a few lines
3) similar to 2), you could do a AD7150_CHANNEL(x) macro ;
4) in ad7150_event_handler() the checks could be wrapped into a macro,
or maybe some function ; i am referring to "(int_status &
AD7150_STATUS_OUT1) && (chip->old_state & AD7150_STATUS_OUT1)" checks
; those seem to be repeated
5) add of_match_table to the driver
I (now) suspect that the reason this driver is still in staging is this comment:
/* Timeouts not currently handled by core */
I wonder if things changed since then ?
If not, it would be interesting to implement it in core.
> Melissa Wen (4):
> staging: iio: ad7150: organize registers definition
> staging: iio: ad7150: use FIELD_GET and GENMASK
> staging: iio: ad7150: simplify i2c SMBus return treatment
> staging: iio: ad7150: clean up of comments
> drivers/staging/iio/cdc/ad7150.c | 102 ++++++++++++++-----------------
> 1 file changed, 47 insertions(+), 55 deletions(-)
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