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SubjectRe: [PATCH v4 0/8] ARM: davinci: complete the conversion to using the reset framework
2018-03-23 18:08 GMT+01:00 Stephen Boyd <sboyd@kernel.org>:
> Quoting Bartosz Golaszewski (2018-03-23 09:55:47)
>> 2018-03-23 17:49 GMT+01:00 Stephen Boyd <sboyd@kernel.org>:
>> > Quoting Bartosz Golaszewski (2018-03-23 06:04:47)
>> >> From: Bartosz Golaszewski <bgolaszewski@baylibre.com>
>> >>
>> >> This series converts the only user of the handcoded, mach-specific reset
>> >> routines in the davinci platform to using the reset framework.
>> >>
>> >> Patch 1 modifies the way lookup entries are registered with the reset
>> >> framework.
>> >>
>> >> Patches 2-4 add necessary lookups/DT-properties.
>> >>
>> >> Patches 5-7 convert the davinci-rproc driver to the reset framework.
>> >>
>> >> Patch 8 removes now dead code.
>> >>
>> >> Philipp: it turned out that it's indeed better to use the reset
>> >> controller's device name for the entry lookup.
>> >>
>> >> Tested both in DT and legacy modes by booting the examples from
>> >> ti-ipc-rtos recipe in meta-ti.
>> >>
>> >> This series applies on top of David Lechner's common-clk-v9 branch[1]
>> >> with Philipp Zabel's reset/next branch[2] pulled in.
>> >>
>> >> It can be found in my github tree as well[3].
>> >>
>> >
>> > What's the merge strategy for the rest of the patches? I should apply
>> > the clk ones after the next -rc1?
>>
>> Or maybe Philipp can provide us with an immutable branch with the reset patches?
>>
>> The you could apply the driver patches and let Sekhar take all the
>> platform code?
>>
>
> Ok that could work too.

Ohad, Bjorn can you ack the remoteproc patches? Are you OK with
Stephen taking them through the clock tree? Otherwise it would get
complicated since they depend on the first clk patch and the last clk
patch depends on them.

Thanks,
Bart

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