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SubjectRe: [PATCH v11 2/7] anybus-s: support HMS Anybus-S bus
On 16.04.19 20:43, Sven Van Asbroeck wrote:


> Correct on both points :)
> The author of this proprietary standard (HMS) calls this a bus, but only
> a single card can be connected to a slot. So it's not like pci or usb,
> where you can connect multiple devices to a host.

But this port supports probing ?
(so it's, bit like a single usb port w/o hub ;-))

>> Maybe that deserves a bit more documentation :p
> Sure, I can do that. What would be the best location for this?
> The commit message? The Kconfig blurb? Comments in host.c?
> Somewhere in Documentation/ ?

In the long run, Documentation/ IMHO would be the best place
(at least for longer explainations).

OTOH, a few more precise words in the commit message would be nice, too.

I guess that things like introducing new bus types or device classes
are something that subsystem maintainers wanna be aware of :)


Enrico Weigelt, metux IT consult
Free software and Linux embedded engineering -- +49-151-27565287

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