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SubjectRe: [PATCH v8 2/3] i2c: iproc: Add Broadcom iProc I2C Driver

On 2/8/2015 3:03 AM, Wolfram Sang wrote:
>>> Is it really a HW limitation? Could the driver later be extended to
>>> continue filling the FIFO if a certain threshold is reached?
>> Will return -EOPNOTSUPP. This really depends on whether or not we expect
>> one sequence of START + SLV ADDR + DATA + STOP per i2c message. I can
>> later extend the driver to refill/re-drain the FIFO for data size >= 64
>> bytes, if one sequence of SATRT...STOP per message is not a requirement.
> It is important to have the terminology clear here: One transfer can
> consist of multiple messages. The transfer uses START/STOP at the
> beginning/end, the messages within the transfer only REPEATED_START.
Okay. Let me check with our ASIC engineer to see if there's a way to get
the driver extended to support the case when data size is larger than
the FIFO size. From my understanding based on the data sheet I have, I
don't think that can be done with this controller. But if the ASIC
engineers tells me the opposite, I'll add it as a separate patch later.



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