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SubjectRe: [PATCH 1/2] net: phy: adin: clear the diag clock and set LINKING_EN during autoneg
On Wed, Oct 21, 2020 at 5:13 PM Andrew Lunn <andrew@lunn.ch> wrote:
>
> > The frame-generator is an interesting feature of the PHY, that's not
> > useful for the current phylib; the PHY can send packages [like a
> > signal generator], and then these can be looped back, or sent over the
> > wire.
>

removed my typo-ed [work] email
i use gmail as a mirror-email for my work email, because.... reasons
and i added my work-email to the --cc list with a typo, because the
universe seems to have wanted that [in a manner of saying it]

> Many PHYs that that. I posted some patches to the list a few years ago
> adding basic support for the Marvell PHY frame generator. They got
> NACKed. The netlink API, and some of the infrastructure i added for
> cable testing would make it possible to fix the issues that caused the
> NACK.

i'll think about the frame-generator;

i was super-happy when the cable-test support was added;
when i first wrote the PHY, i actually wrote this logic for
cable-testing, then scrapped it because the code [without any
framework around it] just looked bad, and like it was asking to cause
trouble;

with this minimal framework in place, cable-testing looks like a neat
feature [and neatly implemented];
and it took me less than a day to write and test it;
so, thank you for this :)

>
> > Having said this, I'll include some comments for these in a V2 of this patchset.
>
> Thanks.
>
> Andrew
>
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