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SubjectRe: [PATCH] staging: rtl8723bs: fix function comments to follow kernel-doc
On Wed, Feb 10, 2021 at 1:37 PM Dan Carpenter <dan.carpenter@oracle.com> wrote:
>
> On Wed, Feb 10, 2021 at 02:42:30AM +0530, karthik alapati wrote:
> > fix checkpatch.pl warning for "block comments should align the
> > * on each line" and make function comments follow kernel-doc
> >
> > Signed-off-by: karthik alapati <mail@karthek.com>
> > ---
> > .../staging/rtl8723bs/hal/rtl8723b_phycfg.c | 209 ++++++++----------
> > 1 file changed, 91 insertions(+), 118 deletions(-)
> >
> > diff --git a/drivers/staging/rtl8723bs/hal/rtl8723b_phycfg.c b/drivers/staging/rtl8723bs/hal/rtl8723b_phycfg.c
> > index cf23414d7..b7fca881c 100644
> > --- a/drivers/staging/rtl8723bs/hal/rtl8723b_phycfg.c
> > +++ b/drivers/staging/rtl8723bs/hal/rtl8723b_phycfg.c
> > @@ -20,16 +20,11 @@
> > #define MAX_DOZE_WAITING_TIMES_9x 64
> >
> > /**
> > -* Function: phy_CalculateBitShift
> > -*
> > -* OverView: Get shifted position of the BitMask
> > -*
> > -* Input:
> > -* u32 BitMask,
> > -*
> > -* Output: none
> > -* Return: u32 Return the shift bit bit position of the mask
> > -*/
> > + * phy_CalculateBitShift - Get shifted position of the BitMask.
> > + * @BitMask: Bitmask.
> > + *
> > + * Return: Return the shift bit position of the mask
> > + */
> > static u32 phy_CalculateBitShift(u32 BitMask)
> > {
> > u32 i;
> > @@ -43,19 +38,17 @@ static u32 phy_CalculateBitShift(u32 BitMask)
> >
> >
> > /**
> > -* Function: PHY_QueryBBReg
> > -*
> > -* OverView: Read "specific bits" from BB register
> > -*
> > -* Input:
> > -* struct adapter * Adapter,
> > -* u32 RegAddr, The target address to be readback
> > -* u32 BitMask The target bit position in the target address
> > -* to be readback
> > -* Output: None
> > -* Return: u32 Data The readback register value
> > -* Note: This function is equal to "GetRegSetting" in PHY programming guide
> > -*/
> > + * PHY_QueryBBReg - Read "specific bits" from BB register.
> > + * @Adapter:
> > + * @RegAddr: The target address to be readback
> > + * @BitMask: The target bit position in the target address
> > + * to be readback
> > + *
> > + * Return: The readback register value
> > + *
> > + * .. Note:: This function is equal to "GetRegSetting" in PHY programming
> > + * guide
> > + */
> > u32 PHY_QueryBBReg_8723B(struct adapter *Adapter, u32 RegAddr, u32 BitMask)
> > {
> > u32 OriginalValue, BitShift;
> > @@ -64,7 +57,10 @@ u32 PHY_QueryBBReg_8723B(struct adapter *Adapter, u32 RegAddr, u32 BitMask)
> > return 0;
> > #endif
> >
> > - /* RT_TRACE(COMP_RF, DBG_TRACE, ("--->PHY_QueryBBReg(): RegAddr(%#lx), BitMask(%#lx)\n", RegAddr, BitMask)); */
> > + /**
> > + * RT_TRACE(COMP_RF, DBG_TRACE, ("--->PHY_QueryBBReg():
> > + * RegAddr(%#lx), BitMask(%#lx)\n", RegAddr, BitMask));
> > + */
>
> Just delete this (in a separate patch).
>
> >
> > OriginalValue = rtw_read32(Adapter, RegAddr);
> > BitShift = phy_CalculateBitShift(BitMask);
> > @@ -75,22 +71,17 @@ u32 PHY_QueryBBReg_8723B(struct adapter *Adapter, u32 RegAddr, u32 BitMask)
> >
> >
> > /**
> > -* Function: PHY_SetBBReg
> > -*
> > -* OverView: Write "Specific bits" to BB register (page 8~)
> > -*
> > -* Input:
> > -* struct adapter * Adapter,
> > -* u32 RegAddr, The target address to be modified
> > -* u32 BitMask The target bit position in the target address
> > -* to be modified
> > -* u32 Data The new register value in the target bit position
> > -* of the target address
> > -*
> > -* Output: None
> > -* Return: None
> > -* Note: This function is equal to "PutRegSetting" in PHY programming guide
> > -*/
> > + * PHY_SetBBReg - Write "Specific bits" to BB register (page 8~).
> > + * @Adapter:
> > + * @RegAddr: The target address to be modified
> > + * @BitMask: The target bit position in the target address
> > + * to be modified
> > + * @Data: The new register value in the target bit position
> > + * of the target address
> > + *
> > + * .. Note:: This function is equal to "PutRegSetting" in PHY programming
> > + * guide
> > + */
> >
> > void PHY_SetBBReg_8723B(
> > struct adapter *Adapter,
> > @@ -106,7 +97,10 @@ void PHY_SetBBReg_8723B(
> > return;
> > #endif
> >
> > - /* RT_TRACE(COMP_RF, DBG_TRACE, ("--->PHY_SetBBReg(): RegAddr(%#lx), BitMask(%#lx), Data(%#lx)\n", RegAddr, BitMask, Data)); */
> > + /**
> > + * RT_TRACE(COMP_RF, DBG_TRACE, ("--->PHY_SetBBReg():
> > + * RegAddr(%#lx), BitMask(%#lx), Data(%#lx)\n", RegAddr, BitMask, Data));
> > + */
>
> Delete.
>
> >
> > if (BitMask != bMaskDWord) { /* if not "double word" write */
> > OriginalValue = rtw_read32(Adapter, RegAddr);
> > @@ -184,27 +178,21 @@ static u32 phy_RFSerialRead_8723B(
> > }
> >
> > /**
> > -* Function: phy_RFSerialWrite_8723B
> > -*
> > -* OverView: Write data to RF register (page 8~)
> > -*
> > -* Input:
> > -* struct adapter * Adapter,
> > -* RF_PATH eRFPath, Radio path of A/B/C/D
> > -* u32 Offset, The target address to be read
> > -* u32 Data The new register Data in the target bit position
> > -* of the target to be read
> > -*
> > -* Output: None
> > -* Return: None
> > -* Note: Threre are three types of serial operations:
> > -* 1. Software serial write
> > -* 2. Hardware LSSI-Low Speed Serial Interface
> > -* 3. Hardware HSSI-High speed
> > -* serial write. Driver need to implement (1) and (2).
> > -* This function is equal to the combination of RF_ReadReg() and RFLSSIRead()
> > + * phy_RFSerialWrite_8723B - Write data to RF register (page 8~).
> > + * @Adapter:
> > + * @eRFPath: Radio path of A/B/C/D
> > + * @Offset: The target address to be read
> > + * @Data: The new register Data in the target bit position
> > + * of the target to be read
> > + *
> > + * .. Note:: Threre are three types of serial operations:
> > + * 1. Software serial write
> > + * 2. Hardware LSSI-Low Speed Serial Interface
> > + * 3. Hardware HSSI-High speed
> > + * serial write. Driver need to implement (1) and (2).
> > + * This function is equal to the combination of RF_ReadReg() and RFLSSIRead()
> > *
> > - * Note: For RF8256 only
> > + * .. Note:: For RF8256 only
> > * The total count of RTL8256(Zebra4) register is around 36 bit it only employs
> > * 4-bit RF address. RTL8256 uses "register mode control bit" (Reg00[12], Reg00[10])
> > * to access register address bigger than 0xf. See "Appendix-4 in PHY Configuration
> > @@ -225,7 +213,7 @@ static u32 phy_RFSerialRead_8723B(
> > *
> > *
> > *
> > -*/
> > + */
> > static void phy_RFSerialWrite_8723B(
> > struct adapter *Adapter,
> > enum RF_PATH eRFPath,
> > @@ -249,33 +237,33 @@ static void phy_RFSerialWrite_8723B(
> > /* Put write addr in [5:0] and write data in [31:16] */
> > /* */
> > /* DataAndAddr = (Data<<16) | (NewOffset&0x3f); */
> > - DataAndAddr = ((NewOffset<<20) | (Data&0x000fffff)) & 0x0fffffff; /* T65 RF */
> > + DataAndAddr = ((NewOffset<<20) | (Data&0x000fffff)) & 0x0fffffff;
> > + /*T65 RF */
>
> This doesn't make sense at all now.
>
> >
> > /* */
> > /* Write Operation */
> > /* */
> > PHY_SetBBReg(Adapter, pPhyReg->rf3wireOffset, bMaskDWord, DataAndAddr);
> > - /* RTPRINT(FPHY, PHY_RFW, ("RFW-%d Addr[0x%lx]= 0x%lx\n", eRFPath, pPhyReg->rf3wireOffset, DataAndAddr)); */
> > + /**
> > + *RTPRINT(FPHY, PHY_RFW, ("RFW-%d Addr[0x%lx]= 0x%lx\n", eRFPath,
> > + *pPhyReg->rf3wireOffset, DataAndAddr));
> > + */
>
> Delete.
>
> >
> > }
> >
> >
> > /**
> > -* Function: PHY_QueryRFReg
> > -*
> > -* OverView: Query "Specific bits" to RF register (page 8~)
> > -*
> > -* Input:
> > -* struct adapter * Adapter,
> > -* RF_PATH eRFPath, Radio path of A/B/C/D
> > -* u32 RegAddr, The target address to be read
> > -* u32 BitMask The target bit position in the target address
> > -* to be read
> > -*
> > -* Output: None
> > -* Return: u32 Readback value
> > -* Note: This function is equal to "GetRFRegSetting" in PHY programming guide
> > -*/
> > + * PHY_QueryRFReg - Query "Specific bits" to RF register (page 8~).
> > + * @Adapter:
> > + * @eRFPath: Radio path of A/B/C/D
> > + * @RegAdd: The target address to be read
> > + * @BitMask: The target bit position in the target address
> > + * to be read
> > + *
> > + * Return: Readback value
> > + *
> > + * .. Note:: This function is equal to "GetRFRegSetting" in PHY programming guide
> > + */
> > u32 PHY_QueryRFReg_8723B(
> > struct adapter *Adapter,
> > u8 eRFPath,
> > @@ -296,23 +284,17 @@ u32 PHY_QueryRFReg_8723B(
> > }
> >
> > /**
> > -* Function: PHY_SetRFReg
> > -*
> > -* OverView: Write "Specific bits" to RF register (page 8~)
> > -*
> > -* Input:
> > -* struct adapter * Adapter,
> > -* RF_PATH eRFPath, Radio path of A/B/C/D
> > -* u32 RegAddr, The target address to be modified
> > -* u32 BitMask The target bit position in the target address
> > -* to be modified
> > -* u32 Data The new register Data in the target bit position
> > -* of the target address
> > -*
> > -* Output: None
> > -* Return: None
> > -* Note: This function is equal to "PutRFRegSetting" in PHY programming guide
> > -*/
> > + * PHY_SetRFReg - Write "Specific bits" to RF register (page 8~).
> > + * @Adapter:
> > + * @eRFPath: Radio path of A/B/C/D
> > + * @RegAddr: The target address to be modified
> > + * @BitMask: The target bit position in the target address
> > + * to be modified
> > + * @Data: The new register Data in the target bit position
> > + * of the target address
> > + *
> > + * .. Note:: This function is equal to "PutRFRegSetting" in PHY programming guide
>
>
> Don't put a huge white space after the ::.
>
> regards,
> dan carpenter
>
> > + */
> > void PHY_SetRFReg_8723B(
> > struct adapter *Adapter,
> > u8 eRFPath,
> > @@ -344,15 +326,7 @@ void PHY_SetRFReg_8723B(
> >
> >
> > /*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
> > - * Function: PHY_MACConfig8192C
> > - *
> > - * Overview: Condig MAC by header file or parameter file.
> > - *
> > - * Input: NONE
> > - *
> > - * Output: NONE
> > - *
> > - * Return: NONE
> > + * PHY_MACConfig8192C - Condig MAC by header file or parameter file.
> > *
> > * Revised History:
> > * When Who Remark
> > @@ -369,17 +343,12 @@ s32 PHY_MACConfig8723B(struct adapter *Adapter)
> > }
> >
> > /**
> > -* Function: phy_InitBBRFRegisterDefinition
> > -*
> > -* OverView: Initialize Register definition offset for Radio Path A/B/C/D
> > -*
> > -* Input:
> > -* struct adapter * Adapter,
> > -*
> > -* Output: None
> > -* Return: None
> > -* Note: The initialization value is constant and it should never be changes
> > -*/
> > + * phy_InitBBRFRegisterDefinition - Initialize Register definition offset for
> > + * Radio Path A/B/C/D
> > + * @Adapter:
> > + *
> > + * .. Note:: The initialization value is constant and it should never be changes
> > + */
> > static void phy_InitBBRFRegisterDefinition(struct adapter *Adapter)
> > {
> > struct hal_com_data *pHalData = GET_HAL_DATA(Adapter);
> > @@ -675,6 +644,7 @@ static void phy_SetRegBW_8723B(
> > )
> > {
> > u16 RegRfMod_BW, u2tmp = 0;
> > +
>
>
> This is not related to comments. Do it in a separate patch.
>
> > RegRfMod_BW = rtw_read16(Adapter, REG_TRXPTCL_CTL_8723B);
> >
> > switch (CurrentBW) {
> > @@ -789,7 +759,7 @@ static void phy_PostSetBwMode8723B(struct adapter *Adapter)
> >
> > PHY_SetBBReg(Adapter, rFPGA1_RFMOD, bRFMOD, 0x0);
> >
> > -/* PHY_SetBBReg(Adapter, rFPGA0_AnalogParameter2, BIT10, 1); */
> > + /*PHY_SetBBReg(Adapter, rFPGA0_AnalogParameter2, BIT10, 1); */
>
> This format is wrong. Anyway, just delete the commented out code.
>
> regards,
> dan carpenter
>

how can i delete that, i have no idea what this driver does
i'm just fixing coding style issues for eudyptula challenge.
i dont think its a good idea to delete the code without knowing its
purpose even though its commented out

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