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SubjectRe: [RESEND PATCH] clk: stm32: fix: stm32 clock drivers are not compiled by default

On 05/16/2018 09:57 AM, Stephen Boyd wrote:
> Quoting Alexandre Torgue (2018-05-16 00:34:21)
>>>> Sorry I don't understand. Clock driver is mandatory to boot each
>>>> platform and depends on machine type. Do you see a use case where we
>>>> could need to disable the clock driver? (it would impose to change
>>>> devicetree to use fixed clocks and to have a booloader which configures
>>>> all PLL and clocks).
>>> No. My understanding of the patch that introduced the options was to
>>> allow the user to disable these drivers if they wanted to. I'm just
>>> reiterating the spirit of that patch. That must be wrong?
>> Actually initial patch is a mistake. You can't boot STM32 platform
>> without clock driver. This patch fixes that, and offers the possibility
>> to not build the clock driver of the machine which are not used
>> (currently all machine are selected but to reduce memory footprint you
>> could disable not used machine in defconfig).
> Ok I stuck the patch into clk-fixes. Will send off to Linus tomorrow or the
> next day.
Thanks Stephen

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