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SubjectRe: (subset) [PATCH 0/8] spi: stm32: fix and enhancements for spi-stm32
On Fri, 5 Feb 2021 12:08:54 +0100, Alain Volmat wrote:
> The serie provides a fix for the spi-stm32 driver, allowing to properly
> handle 0 byte transfer (and thus being able to run spi-loopback-test).
> In addition to that, important enhancements are implemented, among them,
> supporting transfer larger that what the IP can setup in one go or
> allowing to use the SPI bus without cs_gpio.
> [...]

Applied to for-next


[2/8] spi: stm32: do not mandate cs_gpio
commit: 8f8d0e3e33e36ba63416cad64b9a9ad6b0129eed
[3/8] spi: stm32h7: ensure message are smaller than max size
commit: 084de5232820c9e857ccc2282c3d94f33f92a381
[4/8] spi: stm32: driver uses reset controller only at init
commit: 1c75cfd53e213044523141b464eb06813e39ecea
[5/8] spi: stm32: defer probe for reset
commit: c63b95b76e69b679b9b95014552db099eb77a4fa
[6/8] spi: stm32: use bitfield macros
commit: 5a380b833ad437123dca91bf900a696709d9b6ab
[7/8] spi: stm32h7: replace private SPI_1HZ_NS with NSEC_PER_SEC
commit: e1e2093b16cb1cefe4dc483b00e73d1333260784
[8/8] spi: stm32: make spurious and overrun interrupts visible
commit: c64e7efe46b7de21937ef4b3594d9b1fc74f07df

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