On Tuesday 10 November 2009, Jim Paris wrote:
> Thomas Jarosch wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I guess I've applied all outstanding patches to libftdi's git tree.
> > Please ping me if I might have missed one/yours.
> > Now we just need a fix for the
> > "FT2232H bug: wrong maxpacket at full speed"
> > issue ;)
> Probably something like the below patch. Note, only lightly tested
> (it returns 64 on my full-speed device here), and maybe it's something
> that should instead be stored in ftdi_context every time the interface
> diff --git a/src/ftdi.c b/src/ftdi.c
> index d7f4bb0..26d08a4 100644
> --- a/src/ftdi.c
> +++ b/src/ftdi.c
> @@ -1268,11 +1268,7 @@ int ftdi_read_data(struct ftdi_context *ftdi, unsigned
> char *buf, int size)
> int offset = 0, ret = 1, i, num_of_chunks, chunk_remains;
> int packet_size;
> - // New hi-speed devices from FTDI use a packet size of 512 bytes
> - if (ftdi->type == TYPE_2232H || ftdi->type == TYPE_4232H)
> - packet_size = 512;
> - else
> - packet_size = 64;
> + packet_size =
Like that, yes. I'd check for null pointers and array boundaries though,
and apply the right mask to wMaxPacketSize ... just in case.
(Do non-Linux systems actually populate dev->config? I'd hope so...)
> // everything we want is still in the readbuffer?
> if (size <= ftdi->readbuffer_remaining)
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