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SubjectRe: PCI Express support for 2.4 kernel
Greg KH wrote:

>Minor code comments below:
>
>On Tue, Dec 16, 2003 at 12:20:39PM +0200, Vladimir Kondratiev wrote:
>
>
>>+
>>+#ifdef CONFIG_PCI_EXPRESS
>>+#define PCI_PROBE_EXP 0x0008
>>+#endif
>>+
>>
>>
>
>If you change this to:
>#ifdef CONFIG_PCI_EXPRESS
>#define PCI_PROBE_EXP 0x0008
>#else
>#define PCI_PROBE_EXP 0x0000
>#endif
>
>You can get rid of a number of "#ifdef CONFIG_PCI_EXPRESS" statements
>later on in the .c files by just always using the PCI_PROBE_EXP value.
>That cleans up the patch a bit.
>
>
Good point. Agree.

>>+/**
>>+ * RRBAR (memory base for PCI-E config space) resides here.
>>+ * Initialized to default address. Actually, it is platform specific, and
>>+ * value may vary.
>>+ * I don't know how to detect it properly, it is chipset specific.
>>+ */
>>+static u32 rrbar_phys = CONFIG_PCI_EXPRESS_BASE * 0x10000000UL;
>>
>>
>
><snip>
>
>
>
>>+/**
>>+ * I don't know how to detect it properly.
>>+ * assume it is PCI-E, sanity_check will
>>+ * stop me if it is not.
>>+ *
>>+ * Also, this function supposed to set rrbar_phys
>>+ */
>>+static int is_pcie_platform(void)
>>+{ return 1; }
>>
>>
>
>Shouldn't your comments at least match your code for the rrbar_phys
>statement for your first release? :)
>
>
Default moved to CONFIG_PCI_EXPRESS_BASE.
Idea is some time later we fill replace is_pcie_platform with real auto
detection...

>>+static int pci_express_init(void)
>>+{
>>+ rrbar_window_virt = (void*)fix_to_virt(FIX_PCIE_CONFIG);
>>+ if (!is_pcie_platform())
>>+ return 0;
>>
>>
>
>Call fix_to_virt() after you do the check and not before?
>
>
>
... and I assume virtual address may be used by auto detection code.

>
>
>>+/**
>>+ * Shuts down PCI-E resources.
>>+ */
>>+static inline void pci_express_fini(void)
>>+{}
>>
>>
>
>If this isn't needed, why have it anymore?
>
>
Placeholder, to not forget. It is called in case auto detection says it
is not PCI-E.

>
>
>>+static struct pci_ops pci_express_conf = {
>>+ pci_exp_read_config_byte,
>>+ pci_exp_read_config_word,
>>+ pci_exp_read_config_dword,
>>+ pci_exp_write_config_byte,
>>+ pci_exp_write_config_word,
>>+ pci_exp_write_config_dword
>>+};
>>
>>
>
>C99 initializers here?
>
>
cut'n'paste from other methods, to keep style. If change, let's change all.

>
>
>>+ printk(KERN_INFO "PCI-Express config at 0x%08x\n", rrbar_phys);
>>
>>
>
>"%p" to show the address might be nicer.
>
>
>
I print phys. address, it is u32. Do you mean (void*)rrbar_phys? Don't
see why not to change,
I have no strong opinion for which format is better.

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