RE: [RFC/PATCH v2 1/2] usb:dummy_hcd: connect/disconnect test support

From: Tanya Brokhman
Date: Wed Jun 22 2011 - 06:21:51 EST

Hi Sebastian,

> * Tatyana Brokhman | 2011-06-22 11:39:00 [+0300]:
> >This implementation adds a new proprietary device control requests (to
> be
> >handled by the dummy_hcd) that initiates a connect/disconnect
> sequence.
> >The bRequest value of the new control request is 0x52.
> >It is used by the user-space Unit testing application.
> >
> >Signed-off-by: Tatyana Linder <tlinder@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> As far as I understand this should be used to test real Hardware. Mind
> moving this to composite_setup() so it can be re-used by other ucd as
> well? usb_gadget_*nect() should do the pullup() trick.

Felipe also suggested that on the last version of this patch. Here is a
quote of his email on the subject:

"actually, this is quite useful. Specially for the controllers which _can_
do soft-connect by toggling data pullups. I would rather have these sort of
thing maybe in composite.c, so that we can build tests with all gadget
drivers/controllers, not only dummy_hcd.

That said, I think now it's not the time to fiddle too much with these
details right now. So best to keep this in dummy_hcd until we know the test
tools are actually good."

So, right now I'll leave it in dummy_hcd if it's ok with you.

Tanya Brokhman
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