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SubjectRe: RFC 2: bq2415x_charger driver
On Fri, Jan 27, 2012 at 03:40:43AM +0100, Pali Roh?r wrote:

> +static char *bq2415x_rev_name[] = {
> + "1.0",
> + "1.1",
> + "1.2",
> + "1.3",
> + "1.4",
> + "1.5",
> + "1.6",
> + "1.7",

Looks like you can just store this as a number?

> +struct bq2415x_device {
> + struct device *dev;
> + struct bq2415x_platform_data *platform_data;

You should take a copy of the platform data so it can be marked
initdata.

> +static DEFINE_MUTEX(bq2415x_id_mutex);
> +static DEFINE_MUTEX(bq2415x_timer_mutex);
> +static DEFINE_MUTEX(bq2415x_type_mutex);
> +static DEFINE_MUTEX(bq2415x_i2c_mutex);

Why are these global?

> +/* i2c read functions */
> +
> +static int bq2415x_i2c_read(struct bq2415x_device *bq, u8 reg)
> +{
> + struct i2c_client *client = to_i2c_client(bq->dev);

You could save a bunch of code by moving all this I2C register I/O over
to regmap.

> + case BQ2415X_BOOST_MODE_ENABLE:
> + return bq2415x_i2c_write_bit(bq, BQ2415X_REG_CONTROL, 1, BQ2415X_BIT_OPA_MODE);

Keep things under 80 columns - see CodingStyle.

> + if (client->addr == 0x6b) {

> + } else if (client->addr == 0x6a) {

This looks like a switch statement.

> + switch (chip) {
> + case BQUNKNOWN:
> + return bq2415x_rev_name[8];

Magic numbers ahoy...

> +static int bq2415x_vender_code(struct bq2415x_device *bq)
> +{
> + int ret = bq2415x_exec_command(bq, BQ2415X_VENDER_CODE);
> + if (ret < 0)
> + return 0;
> + else /* convert to binary */
> + return (ret & 0x1) + ((ret >> 1) & 0x1) * 10 + ((ret >> 2) & 0x1) * 100;

Just print it as hex?

> +static int bq2415x_set_weak_battery_voltage(struct bq2415x_device *bq, int mV)
> +{
> + int val = mV/100 + (mV%100 > 0 ? 1 : 0) - 34;

This could probably be written more clearly?

> +static int bq2415x_get_charge_current_sense_voltage(struct bq2415x_device *bq)
> +{
> + /* TODO */
> + return -ENOSYS;
> +}

Just don't provide things that aren't there, the frameworks should do
appropriate handling.

> +static enum power_supply_property bq2415x_power_supply_props[] = {
> + /* TODO */
> + POWER_SUPPLY_PROP_STATUS,
> + POWER_SUPPLY_PROP_MODEL_NAME,

TODO?

> +static int bq2415x_power_supply_set_mode(struct bq2415x_device *bq, enum bq2415x_mode mode)
> +{
> + int ret = 0;
> +
> + switch (mode) {
> +
> + case BQ2415X_MODE_NONE: /* N/A */

CodingStyle for the indentation.

> + if (mode == BQ2415X_MODE_NONE) {
> + dev_info(bq->dev, "mode: N/A\n");
> + ret = bq2415x_set_current_limit(bq, 100);
> + } else if (mode == BQ2415X_MODE_HOST_CHARGER) {
> + dev_info(bq->dev, "mode: Host/HUB charger\n");
> + ret = bq2415x_set_current_limit(bq, 500);
> + } else {
> + dev_info(bq->dev, "mode: Dedicated charger\n");
> + ret = bq2415x_set_current_limit(bq, 1800);
> + }

This should be a switch statement.

> + case BQ2415X_MODE_BOOST: /* Boost mode */
> + dev_info(bq->dev, "mode: Boost\n");

Is dev_info() really appropriate for this stuff?

> + break;
> +
> + }

No default case?

> +static void bq2415x_power_supply_set_charger_type(int type, void *data)

> + if (type == 0)
> + bq->charger_mode = BQ2415X_MODE_NONE;
> + else if (type == 1)
> + bq->charger_mode = BQ2415X_MODE_HOST_CHARGER;
> + else if (type == 2)
> + bq->charger_mode = BQ2415X_MODE_DEDICATED_CHARGER;
> + else
> + return;

Switch statement. I never understood why this is such a common idiom...

> + switch (error) {
> + case 0: /* No error */
> + break;
> + case 6: /* Timer expired */
> + dev_info(bq->dev, "Timer expired\n");
> + break;

Should we really be logging this at anything more than dev_dbg()?

> + case 7: /* N/A */
> + bq2415x_power_supply_error(bq, "Unknow error");
> + return;

Typo: unknown.

> + case 5: /* Termal shutdown (too hot) */
> + bq2415x_power_supply_error(bq, "Termal shutdown (too hot)");

Typo: thermal.

> +static int bq2415x_power_supply_get_property(struct power_supply *psy, enum power_supply_property psp, union power_supply_propval *val)

CodingStyle - wrapping (lots of this in the driver.


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