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SubjectRe: [PATCH 2/2] Input: add Apple SPI keyboard and trackpad driver.

Hi Andy,

On Tue, Feb 05, 2019 at 01:45:22PM +0200, Andy Shevchenko wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 04, 2019 at 12:19:47AM -0800, Ronald Tschalär wrote:
> > The keyboard and trackpad on recent MacBook's (since 8,1) and
> > MacBookPro's (13,* and 14,*) are attached to an SPI controller instead
> > of USB, as previously. The higher level protocol is not publicly
> > documented and hence has been reverse engineered. As a consequence there
> > are still a number of unknown fields and commands. However, the known
> > parts have been working well and received extensive testing and use.
> >
> > In order for this driver to work, the proper SPI drivers need to be
> > loaded too; for MB8,1 these are spi_pxa2xx_platform and spi_pxa2xx_pci;
> > for all others they are spi_pxa2xx_platform and intel_lpss_pci. For this
> > reason enabling this driver in the config implies enabling the above
> > drivers.
>
> > +config KEYBOARD_APPLESPI
> > + tristate "Apple SPI keyboard and trackpad"
>
> > + depends on (X86 && ACPI && SPI) || COMPILE_TEST
>
> COMPILE_TEST more or less makes sense in conjunction with architecture selection.
> It means, your code always dependant to ACPI and SPI frameworks.
> That's why 0day complained.

Thanks. Yes, looking at this again I realized I somewhat misunderstood
the uses of COMPILE_TEST. I've changed this now to

depends on ACPI && SPI && (X86 || COMPILE_TEST)


Cheers,

Ronald

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