Driver support for QCA6174 chip using SDIO interface

Kalle Valo kvalo at
Wed May 17 02:32:31 PDT 2017

Erik Stromdahl <erik.stromdahl at> writes:

>> I think we should try to get rest of your patches into mainline as well,
>> even if they are experimental still. Hopefully we get more people
>> helping that way, Adrian already expressed his interest which is very
>> cool and others have been also asking especially SDIO support. And with
>> good luck there are just small fixes needed to SDIO and USB properly
>> working.
> I am actually preparing another RFC round for USB. I think I will split
> my remaining patches in two patchsets: USB and High Latency.
> The USB patches will have a few USB specific patches and the HL patches
> will have the high latency stuff that is common between SDIO and USB.
> What do you think?

I did take a look at your USB and HL patches earlier but I have already
forgotten what they contained. But at least in principle the split
sounds like a good idea. Just try to keep the size of patchsets
reasonable, a maximum of about a dozen (dependent) patches per set is a
good rule of thumb.

Kalle Valo

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