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Use 0 as default for lock on subordinate bus #22

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@Fatsie Fatsie commented Jul 8, 2020

Assume that bus may be arbitrated if lock feature is not present on
initiator. This assumption is added to the docstring.

Assume that bus may be arbitrated if lock feature is not present on
initiator. This assumption is added to the docstring.
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@jfng jfng merged commit 20d0dd7 into amaranth-lang:master Jul 8, 2020
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jfng commented Jul 8, 2020

Thanks !

@Fatsie Fatsie deleted the lock_default branch April 20, 2021 07:25
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