Re: [PATCH 07/07] ONKEY: OnKey module for DA9052/53 PMIC v1

From: Ashish Jangam
Date: Mon Feb 06 2012 - 03:11:09 EST

On Fri, 2012-02-03 at 19:33 +0530, Ashish Jangam wrote:
> > > That doesn't seem to address the concern. You're setting ret in
> > > exactly one place and scheduling the work in exactly one place,
> why
> >> are these two things split?
> > schedule_delayed_work() is conditional because it should get invoke
> > when onkey button is pressed and not when released. For this reason
> > onkey event is first queried and work is scheduled only when event
> is
> > present. Now when work is scheduled, onkey event gets queried and
> in
> > absence of the onkey event work will not get schedule again. By this
> > logic I'm able to simulated the release of the onkey button.
> You're once more completely missing my point. You've got a
> conditional which detects if the button is pressed in which you set a
> flag which is checked later to see if you should also schedule the
> work. Since the only thing that ever sets that flag is the button
> being pressed having the flag seems pointless, you may as well just
> schedule the work instead of setting the flag.
Do you meant to have something like below
if(..) {
} else {
ret = ret & DA9052_EVENTB_ENONKEY;
input_report_key(.., ret);
but this turns out to be a for ever loop.

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