The spec says "RLIMIT = (VS - 1.5) / ILIMIT"
This formula is very strange:
#1: The current limit would depend on the power supply voltage => not "great"
#2: Assuming a VS=10V and ILIMIT=100mA RLIMIT = (VS - 1.5) / ILIMIT = (10-1.5)/100E-3 = 85ohm
but 85ohm * 100mA = 8.5V drop => this is a lot since this resistor supplies the high side MOSFET
Could double check the formula and comment?