[PATCH 2/4] arch/arm/mach-at91/clock.c: Add missing IS_ERR test
julia at diku.dk
Mon Jan 24 16:31:57 EST 2011
On Tue, 25 Jan 2011, Ryan Mallon wrote:
> On 01/25/2011 10:01 AM, Julia Lawall wrote:
> > On Tue, 25 Jan 2011, Ryan Mallon wrote:
> >> On 01/25/2011 09:28 AM, Julia Lawall wrote:
> >>>> Julia is correct. Some architectures can return NULL from clk_get, but I
> >>>> didn't check the at91 before posting :-/. If we can't return NULL from
> >>>> clk_get then we shouldn't bother checking for it. I do think we should
> >>>> drop the !IS_ERR(clk_get(dev, func)) check though.
> >>> It seems a bit subtle, because the clk manipulated by clk_get in the call
> >>> of clk_get(dev, func) is not necessarily the same as the one in
> >>> clock_associate. But perhaps this is the only possibility in practice?
> >> Not sure I follow. The at91 clk_get does not modify the clk. In
> >> at91_clock_associate we have:
> >> clk->function = func;
> >> clk->dev = dev;
> >> and in clk_get we have:
> >> if (clk->function && (dev == clk->dev) &&
> >> strcmp(id, clk->function) == 0)
> >> return clk;
> >> So at91_clock_associate sets the function for a clock, and clk_get
> >> returns clocks based on the function association if the name lookup
> >> fails. The only caveat to this is that the the clock function name
> >> (clk->function) is not the same as any others clock's clk->name.
> > Right, that was what I was worried about. That one would find the same
> > information already present but somewhere else. But perhaps it can't
> > happen, or it doesn't matter if it does?
> I think that users are expected to ensure that clock names and clock
> function names do not overlap.
One can't have a clock with a different name but the same device and
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