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SubjectRE: [PATCH v12 7/8] usb: Adding SuperSpeed support to dummy_hcd
On Thu, 26 May 2011, Tanya Brokhman wrote:

> > > Right, but at this point there is no way of knowing what function
> > drivers
> > > will bind to it and what descriptors they will provide. Most of the
> > > function drivers allocate their descriptors at bind() that occurs
> > after
> > > the UDC already registers.
> >
> > Well, there must be an appropriate spot to do this.
>
> Unfortunately in the current implementation there isn't.

Sure there is. You describe a good possibility later on in your
email...

> > It looks like you need to add a "max_speed" field to struct
> > usb_composite_driver. Each driver will initialize this to the highest
> > speed it supports, and it must guarantee that the necessary descriptors
> > are available.
>
> I also thought of that. This can be done...
> Just to make sure we're on the same page:
> We can add a "max_sup_speed" field to struct usb_composite_driver. Each of
> the Gadget drivers will set this field prior to calling
> usb_composite_probe(). Then, in usb_composite_probe(), we'll update the
> composite_driver.speed as follows:
>
> composite_driver.speed = min(composite_driver.speed,
> driver->max_sup_speed);

Just call it max_speed. You can mention in the kerneldoc that it is
the maximum speed supported by the driver.

> Of course for SS we'll update the composite_driver.speed @ static struct
> usb_gadget_driver composite_driver, as we agreed with Felipe.
>
> How does that sound? Felipe - it seems to me that these should cover your
> hesitations about updating the driver speed :)
>
> Now that I think about it, the above will be true for HS as well. I mean the
> current speed of composite_driver is set always to HS but if there is a
> function driver that supports only FS then the above will update
> composite_driver.speed to FS.

That's right. The same solution will work for both cases.

Alan Stern



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