Re: (subset) [PATCH v2 0/5] spi: add support for pre-cooking messages

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On Mon, 19 Feb 2024 16:33:17 -0600, David Lechner wrote:
> This is a follow-up to [1] where it was suggested to break down the
> proposed SPI offload support into smaller series.
> This takes on the first suggested task of introducing an API to
> "pre-cook" SPI messages. This idea was first discussed extensively in
> 2013 [2][3] and revisited more briefly 2022 [4].
> [...]

Applied to for-next


[1/5] spi: add spi_optimize_message() APIs
      commit: 7b1d87af14d9ae902ed0c5dc5fabf4eea5abdf02
[2/5] spi: move splitting transfers to spi_optimize_message()
      commit: fab53fea21a909e4e0656764a8ee7c356fe89d6f
[3/5] spi: stm32: move splitting transfers to optimize_message
      commit: c2bcfe7c6edf418d5adf731a7d60a8abd81e952f
[4/5] spi: axi-spi-engine: move message compile to optimize_message
      commit: 7dba2adb063bcf7a293eacb88980e0975b1fb1fd

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