spi: rspi: Fix handling of QSPI code when transmit and receive

Process handling QSPI when transmit/receive at qspi_trigger_transfer_out_in() as follows:
Setting the trigger, is the number of bytes in the FIFO buffer to determine
when there is an interrupt. Then check if the value of triggering number is
32-bytes or 1-byte, there will be corresponding processing
Handling (if (n == QSPI_BUFFER_SIZE) esle) this is unnecessary, leads to the
same processing of data transmission or reception, The difference here are with
ret = rspi_wait_for_tx_empty(rspi);
ret = rspi_wait_for_rx_full(rspi);

When the nummber trigger is 32 bytes, we only write into FIFO when the FIFO is completely empty
(interrupt transmission), and only receive if FIFO is full of 32 bytes of data.

In the case of a nummber trigger that is 1 byte, in principle we still need to process
rspi_wait_for_tx_empty/full so that FIFO is empty only with the amount of data we need to write to
or equal to the number of bytes we need to receive, There is currently no processing of this.
And in the current case with this patch, at this time it only needs at least 1 byte received in
FIFO that has interrupt received, or FIFO at least 1bytes free can be written into FIFO,
This patch therefore does not affect this processing.
So we need to eliminate unnecessary waste processing (if (n == QSPI_BUFFER_SIZE) esle),
more precisely in waiting for FIFO status.
The same with handling in qspi_transfer_out()/qspi_transfer_in().

Signed-off-by: Hoan Nguyen An <na-hoan@jinso.co.jp>
Signed-off-by: Mark Brown <broonie@kernel.org>
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