Commit 5a4675a9 authored by Committed by Michal SimekBrowse files
cmd: fpga: Change return value to avoid printing usage text
In cmd/fpga.c the commands should return enum command_ret_t, e.g. CMD_RET_USAGE, CMD_RET_SUCCESS, or CMD_RET_FAILURE. What they actually do is passing a return value from different 'fpga_' functions. Passing on a return value of -1 from a called function leads to printing out usage text. In case of actually correct usage with correctly specified parameters but some fail at runtime printing out that usage text is distracting. The reason is most 'fpga_' functions return either FPGA_SUCCESS or FPGA_FAIL, the latter was equal to -1 which is the same value as CMD_RET_USAGE. So just passing on FPGA_FAIL lead to printing out usage. We should only return CMD_RET_USAGE in cases, where the user sent wrong input. Every other case should return CMD_RET_SUCCESS or CMD_RET_FAILURE, and not simply pass an error code. Simply changing FPGA_FAIL from -1 to 1 gets the job done. Suggested-by: Michal Simek <email@example.com> Signed-off-by: Alexander Dahl ...
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