Am 20.08.2011 12:39 schrieb Stefan Tauner:
add headers for the columns and some decoding into human readable format.
before: […] Reading OPCODES... done preop0=0x06, preop1=0x50 op=0x02, 3, 0 op=0x03, 2, 0 op=0x20, 3, 0 op=0x05, 0, 0 op=0x9f, 0, 1 op=0x20, 1, 2 op=0x01, 1, 0 op=0x06, 0, 0
SPI Read Configuration: prefetching disabled, caching enabled, OK. This chipset supports the following protocols: FWH, SPI. […]
after: […] Reading OPCODES... done OP Type Pre-OP op: 0x02, write w/ addr, none op: 0x03, read w/ addr, none op: 0x20, write w/ addr, none op: 0x05, read w/o addr, none op: 0x9f, read w/o addr, none op: 0x20, write w/o addr, 1 op: 0x01, write w/o addr, 2 op: 0x06, read w/o addr, none Pre-OP 0: 0x06, Pre-OP 1: 0x50
SPI Read Configuration: prefetching disabled, caching enabled, OK.
Can you kill the empty line above? Besides that, the whole stuff should be dbg2 instead of dbg. My hope is to have a usable progress printing (which is done with dbg) without flooding the user with useless (for him) messages before.
This chipset supports the following protocols: FWH, SPI. […]
i could also print the preops directly in the preop column instead of using that redirection. but i think as debug output it is better to know the index of the two preops too.
side note: does it make sense to create an opcode -> string decoder for flashrom-wide usage in user output (in spi25.c)? an erase opcode -> function pointer decoder is used in sfdp, that could also be generalized like that.
Yes, that may make sense. How do you handle conflicting definitions for opcodes? That's my biggest worry with such a decoder.
Signed-off-by: Stefan Tauner email@example.com
Acked-by: Carl-Daniel Hailfinger firstname.lastname@example.org with the comments above.