(subset) [PATCH 0/8] spi: Introduce spi-cs-setup-ns dt property

Mark Brown broonie at kernel.org
Fri Nov 18 06:04:36 PST 2022

On Thu, 17 Nov 2022 12:52:41 +0200, Tudor Ambarus wrote:
> SPI NOR flashes have specific cs-setup time requirements without which
> they can't work at frequencies close to their maximum supported frequency,
> as they miss the first bits of the instruction command. Unrecognized
> commands are ignored, thus the flash will be unresponsive. Introduce the
> spi-cs-setup-ns property to allow spi devices to specify their cs setup
> time.
> [...]

Applied to

   broonie/spi.git for-next


[1/8] spi: dt-bindings: Introduce spi-cs-setup-ns property
      commit: f6c911f3308c1cfb97ae1da6654080d7104e2df2
[2/8] spi: Introduce spi-cs-setup-ns property
      commit: 33a2fde5f77bd744b8bd0c694bc173cc968e55a5
[3/8] spi: Reintroduce spi_set_cs_timing()
      commit: 684a47847ae639689e7b823251975348a8e5434f
[4/8] spi: atmel-quadspi: Add support for configuring CS timing
      commit: f732646d0ccd22f42ed7de5e59c0abb7a848e034

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