Le mercredi 23 décembre 2015 à 11:41 +0000, Mark Brown a écrit :
> On Wed, Dec 23, 2015 at 11:58:36AM +0100, Paul Kocialkowski wrote:
> > Some devices don't hook the DVS pin to a GPIO but to ground or VCC.
> > In those cases, it is not a problem to have no DVS GPIO.
> I would expect the driver at least needs to know how the pins or
> strapped, or otherwise have configuration for ignoring the input on the
> pins.  This just deletes the warnings, it doesn't have any handling for
> this case that I can see.

When the DVS GPIO is invalid, lp872x_init_dvs jumps to the
set_default_dvs_mode label, which instructs the chip not to use the DVS
pin at all and do it all in software instead (by clearing the
LP8720_EXT_DVS_M bit in the LP872X_GENERAL_CFG register).

That is reflected later in the code, when setting the bucks (the DVS pin
only applies to the bucks) by checking for the LP8720_EXT_DVS_M bit on
the LP872X_GENERAL_CFG register (in lp872x_select_buck_vout_addr) to
decide whether to use software or hardware DVS selection.

As far as I understood, everything goes well when the GPIO is invalid.

Paul Kocialkowski, Replicant developer

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