[PATCH v1 1/7] spi: Use SPI_MODE_X_MASK

Mark Brown broonie at kernel.org
Wed May 12 04:21:24 AEST 2021

On Mon, 10 May 2021 16:12:11 +0300, Andy Shevchenko wrote:
> Use SPI_MODE_X_MASK instead of open coded variant.
> While at it, fix format specifier and drop explicit casting.

Applied to

   https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/broonie/spi.git for-next


[1/7] spi: Use SPI_MODE_X_MASK
      commit: 40b82c2d9a78593201a3a62dc9239d6405334561
[2/7] spi: spidev: Use SPI_MODE_X_MASK
      commit: dd507b5ec7ba44ab51e1a8404d04e815a91b472f
[3/7] spi: npcm-pspi: Use SPI_MODE_X_MASK
      commit: 56f47edf33fb55ab9381f61d60cf34c7578f3d75
[4/7] spi: oc-tiny: Use SPI_MODE_X_MASK
      commit: a2f2db6b2a8708f6ac592a362e34fb330f874cea
[5/7] spi: omap-uwire: Use SPI_MODE_X_MASK
      commit: fdb217a38808e041f6eca8c550f1b5981e401a45
[6/7] spi: ppc4xx: Use SPI_MODE_X_MASK
      commit: 4ccf05579b9d0f15443a0edc860e2be7472ccfc1
[7/7] spi: uniphier: Use SPI_MODE_X_MASK
      commit: 038b9de42269f33aca3e3741214c863a4e9328d0

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