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SubjectRe: [PATCH v3 00/35] Qualcomm Camera Subsystem driver - 8x96 support
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Hi Hans,

On 24.07.2018 14:22, Hans Verkuil wrote:
> Hi Todor,
>
> On 23/07/18 13:02, Todor Tomov wrote:
>> Changelog v3:
>> - split patch 08 to device tree binding patch and driver patch and
>> improve commit message.
>>
>> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>>
>> This patchset adds support for the Qualcomm Camera Subsystem found
>> on Qualcomm MSM8996 and APQ8096 SoC to the existing driver which
>> used to support MSM8916 and APQ8016.
>>
>> The camera subsystem hardware on 8x96 is similar to 8x16 but
>> supports more cameras and features. More details are added in the
>> driver document by the last patch.
>>
>> The first 3 patches are dependencies which have already been on
>> the mainling list but I'm adding them here for completeness.
>>
>> The following 12 patches add general updates and fixes to the driver.
>> Then the rest add the support for the new hardware.
>>
>> The driver is tested on Dragonboard 410c (APQ8016) and Dragonboard 820c
>> (APQ8096) with OV5645 camera sensors. media-ctl [1], yavta [2] and
>> GStreamer were used for testing.
>>
>> [1] https://git.linuxtv.org//v4l-utils.git
>> [2] http://git.ideasonboard.org/yavta.git
>
> Unless I am mistaken the only thing we're waiting for is an Ack from Rob for
> patch 8 (dt bindings), right?

We are definitely waiting for Rob's feedback. If there are more comments
meanwhile I will take care of them too but I think we don't have any so
far (or at least didn't have any until some minutes ago :)).

>
> If I get that this week, then I can make a pull request in time for 4.19.

This will be really nice if we can do it. Thanks!

>
> Regards,
>
> Hans
>

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Best regards,
Todor Tomov

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