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SubjectRe: Should regulator core support parsing OF based fwnode?
On Fri, Oct 04, 2019 at 06:12:52PM +0200, Jean-Jacques Hiblot wrote:
> On 04/10/2019 17:58, Mark Brown wrote:

> > Regulator supplies are supposed to be defined at the chip level rather
> > than subfunctions with names corresponding to the names on the chip.


> > good chance that they come up with the same mapping. The supply_alias
> > interface is there to allow mapping these through to subfunctions if
> > needed, it looks like the LED framework should be using this.

> In case of current-sink LED drivers, each LED can be powered by a different
> regulator, because the driver is only a switch between the LED cathod and
> the ground.

Sure, it's common for devices to have supplies that are only needed by
one part of the chip which is why we have the supply_alias interface for
mapping things through.

> > That said if you are doing the above and the LEDs are appearing as
> > devices it's extremely surprising that their of_node might not be
> > initialized.

> That is because this is usually done by the platform core which is not
> involved here.

The surprise is more that it got instantiated from the DT without
keeping the node around than how it happened.
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