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Subject[PATCH 1/2] drivers/staging/rtl8192u: adjust block comments
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As stated in coding-styles.rst multiline comments should be structured in a way,
that the actual comment starts on the second line of the commented portion. E.g:

/*
* Multiline comments
* should look like
* this.
*/

However, there is an exception to files in drivers/net/ and net/, where
multiline comments are prefered to look like this:

/* Mutliline comments for
* drivers/net/ should look
* like this.
*/

The comments in this file initially looked like the first example.
But since this file is part of a networking driver and thus should
be moved to drivers/net/ one day, this patch adjusts the comments
such that they are fitting to the style imposed for drivers/net/.

Signed-off-by: Christian Müller <muellerch-privat@web.de>
Signed-off-by: Felix Trommer <felix.trommer@hotmail.de>
---
drivers/staging/rtl8192u/r8192U_dm.c | 69 ++++++++++------------------
1 file changed, 23 insertions(+), 46 deletions(-)

diff --git a/drivers/staging/rtl8192u/r8192U_dm.c b/drivers/staging/rtl8192u/r8192U_dm.c
index 2ba01041406b..86215fee8f0b 100644
--- a/drivers/staging/rtl8192u/r8192U_dm.c
+++ b/drivers/staging/rtl8192u/r8192U_dm.c
@@ -99,8 +99,7 @@ static void dm_dynamic_txpower(struct net_device *dev);
static void dm_send_rssi_tofw(struct net_device *dev);
static void dm_ctstoself(struct net_device *dev);
/*---------------------------Define function prototype------------------------*/
-/*
- * ================================================================================
+/* ================================================================================
* HW Dynamic mechanism interface.
* ================================================================================
*
@@ -178,8 +177,7 @@ void dm_CheckRxAggregation(struct net_device *dev)

ulValue = (pHTInfo->UsbRxFwAggrEn<<24) | (pHTInfo->UsbRxFwAggrPageNum<<16) |
(pHTInfo->UsbRxFwAggrPacketNum<<8) | (pHTInfo->UsbRxFwAggrTimeout);
- /*
- * If usb rx firmware aggregation is enabled,
+ /* If usb rx firmware aggregation is enabled,
* when anyone of three threshold conditions above is reached,
* firmware will send aggregated packet to driver.
*/
@@ -219,8 +217,7 @@ void hal_dm_watchdog(struct net_device *dev)
#endif
} /* HalDmWatchDog */

-/*
- * Decide Rate Adaptive Set according to distance (signal strength)
+/* Decide Rate Adaptive Set according to distance (signal strength)
* 01/11/2008 MHC Modify input arguments and RATR table level.
* 01/16/2008 MHC RF_Type is assigned in ReadAdapterInfo(). We must call
* the function after making sure RF_Type.
@@ -246,8 +243,7 @@ void init_rate_adaptive(struct net_device *dev)
pra->ping_rssi_thresh_for_ra = 15;

if (priv->rf_type == RF_2T4R) {
- /*
- * 07/10/08 MH Modify for RA smooth scheme.
+ /* 07/10/08 MH Modify for RA smooth scheme.
* 2008/01/11 MH Modify 2T RATR table for different RSSI. 080515 porting by amy from windows code.
*/
pra->upper_rssi_threshold_ratr = 0x8f0f0000;
@@ -387,8 +383,7 @@ static void dm_check_rate_adaptive(struct net_device *dev)
}
}

- /*
- * 2008.04.01
+ /* 2008.04.01
* For RTL819X, if pairwisekey = wep/tkip, we support only MCS0~7.
*/
if (priv->ieee80211->GetHalfNmodeSupportByAPsHandler(dev))
@@ -683,8 +678,7 @@ static void dm_TXPowerTrackingCallback_ThermalMeter(struct net_device *dev)
return;
}

- /*
- * ==========================
+ /* ==========================
* this is only for test, should be masked
* ==========================
*/
@@ -850,8 +844,7 @@ static void dm_InitializeTXPowerTracking_TSSI(struct net_device *dev)
priv->txbbgain_table[36].txbb_iq_amplifygain = -24;
priv->txbbgain_table[36].txbbgain_value = 0x10000040;

- /*
- * ccktxbb_valuearray[0] is 0xA22 [1] is 0xA24 ...[7] is 0xA29
+ /* ccktxbb_valuearray[0] is 0xA22 [1] is 0xA24 ...[7] is 0xA29
* This Table is for CH1~CH13
*/
priv->cck_txbbgain_table[0].ccktxbb_valuearray[0] = 0x36;
@@ -1061,8 +1054,7 @@ static void dm_InitializeTXPowerTracking_TSSI(struct net_device *dev)
priv->cck_txbbgain_table[22].ccktxbb_valuearray[6] = 0x03;
priv->cck_txbbgain_table[22].ccktxbb_valuearray[7] = 0x01;

- /*
- * ccktxbb_valuearray[0] is 0xA22 [1] is 0xA24 ...[7] is 0xA29
+ /* ccktxbb_valuearray[0] is 0xA22 [1] is 0xA24 ...[7] is 0xA29
* This Table is for CH14
*/
priv->cck_txbbgain_ch14_table[0].ccktxbb_valuearray[0] = 0x36;
@@ -1282,8 +1274,7 @@ static void dm_InitializeTXPowerTracking_ThermalMeter(struct net_device *dev)
{
struct r8192_priv *priv = ieee80211_priv(dev);

- /*
- * Tx Power tracking by Thermal Meter requires Firmware R/W 3-wire. This mechanism
+ /* Tx Power tracking by Thermal Meter requires Firmware R/W 3-wire. This mechanism
* can be enabled only when Firmware R/W 3-wire is enabled. Otherwise, frequent r/w
* 3-wire by driver causes RF to go into a wrong state.
*/
@@ -1330,8 +1321,7 @@ static void dm_CheckTXPowerTracking_ThermalMeter(struct net_device *dev)
}

if (!TM_Trigger) {
- /*
- * Attention!! You have to write all 12bits of data to RF, or it may cause RF to crash
+ /* Attention!! You have to write all 12bits of data to RF, or it may cause RF to crash
* actually write reg0x02 bit1=0, then bit1=1.
* DbgPrint("Trigger ThermalMeter, write RF reg0x2 = 0x4d to 0x4f\n");
*/
@@ -1773,8 +1763,7 @@ static void dm_ctrl_initgain_byrssi_by_fwfalse_alarm(

/* 1.3 Lower PD_TH for OFDM. */
if (priv->CurrentChannelBW != HT_CHANNEL_WIDTH_20) {
- /*
- * 2008/01/11 MH 40MHZ 90/92 register are not the same.
+ /* 2008/01/11 MH 40MHZ 90/92 register are not the same.
* 2008/02/05 MH SD3-Jerry 92U/92E PD_TH are the same.
*/
write_nic_byte(dev, (rOFDM0_XATxAFE+3), 0x00);
@@ -1814,8 +1803,7 @@ static void dm_ctrl_initgain_byrssi_by_fwfalse_alarm(
dm_digtable.dig_state = DM_STA_DIG_ON;
/*DbgPrint("DIG ON\n\r");*/

- /*
- * 2.1 Set initial gain.
+ /* 2.1 Set initial gain.
* 2008/02/26 MH SD3-Jerry suggest to prevent dirty environment.
*/
if (reset_flag == 1) {
@@ -1832,8 +1820,7 @@ static void dm_ctrl_initgain_byrssi_by_fwfalse_alarm(

/* 2.2 Higher PD_TH for OFDM. */
if (priv->CurrentChannelBW != HT_CHANNEL_WIDTH_20) {
- /*
- * 2008/01/11 MH 40MHZ 90/92 register are not the same.
+ /* 2008/01/11 MH 40MHZ 90/92 register are not the same.
* 2008/02/05 MH SD3-Jerry 92U/92E PD_TH are the same.
*/
write_nic_byte(dev, (rOFDM0_XATxAFE+3), 0x20);
@@ -1850,8 +1837,7 @@ static void dm_ctrl_initgain_byrssi_by_fwfalse_alarm(
/* 2.3 Higher CS ratio for CCK. */
write_nic_byte(dev, 0xa0a, 0xcd);

- /*
- * 2.4 Lower EDCCA.
+ /* 2.4 Lower EDCCA.
* 2008/01/11 MH 90/92 series are the same.
*/
/*PlatformEFIOWrite4Byte(pAdapter, rOFDM0_ECCAThreshold, 0x346);*/
@@ -1892,8 +1878,7 @@ static void dm_ctrl_initgain_byrssi_highpwr(
(priv->undecorated_smoothed_pwdb < dm_digtable.rssi_high_power_highthresh))
return;

- /*
- * 3. When RSSI >75% or <70%, it is a high power issue. We have to judge if
+ /* 3. When RSSI >75% or <70%, it is a high power issue. We have to judge if
* it is larger than a threshold and then execute the step below.
*
* 2008/02/05 MH SD3-Jerry Modify PD_TH for high power issue.
@@ -2042,8 +2027,7 @@ static void dm_pd_th(
if (dm_digtable.curpd_thstate == DIG_PD_AT_LOW_POWER) {
/* Lower PD_TH for OFDM. */
if (priv->CurrentChannelBW != HT_CHANNEL_WIDTH_20) {
- /*
- * 2008/01/11 MH 40MHZ 90/92 register are not the same.
+ /* 2008/01/11 MH 40MHZ 90/92 register are not the same.
* 2008/02/05 MH SD3-Jerry 92U/92E PD_TH are the same.
*/
write_nic_byte(dev, (rOFDM0_XATxAFE+3), 0x00);
@@ -2055,8 +2039,7 @@ static void dm_pd_th(
} else if (dm_digtable.curpd_thstate == DIG_PD_AT_NORMAL_POWER) {
/* Higher PD_TH for OFDM. */
if (priv->CurrentChannelBW != HT_CHANNEL_WIDTH_20) {
- /*
- * 2008/01/11 MH 40MHZ 90/92 register are not the same.
+ /* 2008/01/11 MH 40MHZ 90/92 register are not the same.
* 2008/02/05 MH SD3-Jerry 92U/92E PD_TH are the same.
*/
write_nic_byte(dev, (rOFDM0_XATxAFE+3), 0x20);
@@ -2155,8 +2138,7 @@ static void dm_check_edca_turbo(
unsigned long curTxOkCnt = 0;
unsigned long curRxOkCnt = 0;

- /*
- * Do not be Turbo if it's under WiFi config and Qos Enabled, because the EDCA parameters
+ /* Do not be Turbo if it's under WiFi config and Qos Enabled, because the EDCA parameters
* should follow the settings from QAP. By Bruce, 2007-12-07.
*/
if (priv->ieee80211->state != IEEE80211_LINKED)
@@ -2188,8 +2170,7 @@ static void dm_check_edca_turbo(

priv->bcurrent_turbo_EDCA = true;
} else {
- /*
- * Turn Off EDCA turbo here.
+ /* Turn Off EDCA turbo here.
* Restore original EDCA according to the declaration of AP.
*/
if (priv->bcurrent_turbo_EDCA) {
@@ -2219,8 +2200,7 @@ static void dm_check_edca_turbo(
write_nic_dword(dev, EDCAPARA_BE, u4bAcParam);


- /*
- * Check ACM bit.
+ /* Check ACM bit.
* If it is set, immediately set ACM control bit to downgrading AC for passing WMM testplan. Annie, 2005-12-13.
*/
{
@@ -2319,8 +2299,7 @@ static void dm_check_pbc_gpio(struct net_device *dev)
return;

if (tmp1byte & BIT(6) || tmp1byte & BIT(0)) {
- /*
- * Here we only set bPbcPressed to TRUE
+ /* Here we only set bPbcPressed to TRUE
* After trigger PBC, the variable will be set to FALSE
*/
RT_TRACE(COMP_IO, "CheckPbcGPIO - PBC is pressed\n");
@@ -2529,8 +2508,7 @@ static void dm_rxpath_sel_byrssi(struct net_device *dev)
}
}

- /*
- * Set CCK Rx path
+ /* Set CCK Rx path
* reg0xA07[3:2]=cck default rx path, reg0xa07[1:0]=cck optional rx path.
*/
update_cck_rx_path = 0;
@@ -3049,8 +3027,7 @@ static void dm_send_rssi_tofw(struct net_device *dev)
{
struct r8192_priv *priv = ieee80211_priv(dev);

- /*
- * If we test chariot, we should stop the TX command ?
+ /* If we test chariot, we should stop the TX command ?
* Because 92E will always silent reset when we send tx command. We use register
* 0x1e0(byte) to notify driver.
*/
--
2.17.1
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