Re: [PATCH] mmc: Multi-sector writes
From: Pierre Ossman (drzeus-list_at_drzeus.cx)
Date: Thu, 18 Aug 2005 07:48:04 +0200 To: Andrew Morton <email@example.com>
Andrew Morton wrote:
>The fact that this is enabled under the experimental
>CONFIG_MMC_BULKTRANSFER seems unfortunate. I mean, if the code works OK
>then we should just enable it unconditionally, no?
It was made this way to make Russell more open to it. I have since not
recieved any more comments from him so I figured I could pass it by you
instead to get more wide spread testing. The long term goal was removing
the config and having it on all the time.
>I'm thinking that it would be better to not have the config option there
>and then re-add it late in the 2.6.14 cycle if someone reports problems
>which cannot be fixed. Or at least make it default to 'y' so we get more
>testing coverage, then remove the config option later. Or something.
Removing it would be preferable by me. All that #ifdef tends to clutter
up the code. After som initial problem with a buggy card everything has
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