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SubjectRe: rtlwifi: use tasklet_setup to initialize rx_work_tasklet
Emil Renner Berthing <> wrote:

> In commit d3ccc14dfe95 most of the tasklets in this driver was
> updated to the new API. However for the rx_work_tasklet only the
> type of the callback was changed from
> void _rtl_rx_work(unsigned long data)
> to
> void _rtl_rx_work(struct tasklet_struct *t).
> The initialization of rx_work_tasklet was still open-coded and the
> function pointer just cast into the old type, and hence nothing sets
> rx_work_tasklet.use_callback = true and the callback was still called as
> t->func(t->data);
> with uninitialized/zero t->data.
> Commit 6b8c7574a5f8 changed the casting of _rtl_rx_work a bit and
> initialized t->data to a pointer to the tasklet cast to an unsigned
> long.
> This way calling t->func(t->data) might actually work through all the
> casting, but it still doesn't update the code to use the new tasklet
> API.
> Let's use the new tasklet_setup to initialize rx_work_tasklet properly
> and set rx_work_tasklet.use_callback = true so that the callback is
> called as
> t->callback(t);
> without all the casting.
> Signed-off-by: Emil Renner Berthing <>
> Acked-by: Willem de Bruijn <>

Patch applied to wireless-drivers-next.git, thanks.

ca04217add8e rtlwifi: use tasklet_setup to initialize rx_work_tasklet


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