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SubjectRe: [v3 1/2] mtd: nand: Add Cadence NAND controller driver
On Tue, Jun 25, 2019 at 4:45 PM Dmitry Osipenko <digetx@gmail.com> wrote:
> 25.06.2019 16:02, Piotr Sroka пишет:
> > The 06/16/2019 16:42, Dmitry Osipenko wrote:
> >> 14.06.2019 18:09, Piotr Sroka пишет:
> >>> +/* Cadnence NAND flash controller capabilities get from driver data. */
> >>> +struct cadence_nand_dt_devdata {
> >>> + /* Skew value of the output signals of the NAND Flash interface. */
> >>> + u32 if_skew;
> >>> + /* It informs if aging feature in the DLL PHY supported. */
> >>> + u8 phy_dll_aging;
> >>> + /*
> >>> + * It informs if per bit deskew for read and write path in
> >>> + * the PHY is supported.
> >>> + */
> >>> + u8 phy_per_bit_deskew;
> >>> + /* It informs if slave DMA interface is connected to DMA engine. */
> >>> + u8 has_dma;
> >>
> >> There is no needed to dedicate 8 bits to a variable if you only care about a single
> >> bit. You may write this as:
> >>
> >> bool has_dma : 1;
> > I modified it locally but it looks that checkpatch does not like such
> > notation
> > "WARNING: Avoid using bool as bitfield. Prefer bool bitfields as
> > unsigned int or u<8|16|32>"
> > So maybe I will leave it as is.
>
> You may also use the "u8 : 1" form then, to satisfy the checkpatch. Probably
> "unsigned int : 1" will be the best in this case, it's up to you.

Exactly. The compiler will allocate the sufficient amount of space to store the
bitfield.

Gr{oetje,eeting}s,

Geert

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