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SubjectRe: [PATCH v2 00/11] clk: imx: Trivial cleanups for clk_hw based API
On Fri, Nov 22, 2019 at 10:48:09AM +0000, Abel Vesa wrote:
> These changes are cleanups for the clk_hw based API i.MX clock drivers switch
> longterm effort. As mentioned in the commit messages, the end goal here is to
> have all the i.MX drivers use clk_hw based API only.
>
> I've put these all in a single patchset since they do not impact in any way
> the expected behavior of the drivers and they are quite obvious trivial ones.
> More patches to follow for the older i.MX platforms but those might not be as
> harmless (and trivial) as these ones.
>
> Changes since v1:
> - added a patch that takes care of the register function handling when the
> clk based API helpers are used, as suggested by Leonard Crestez.
> - Renamed the SCCG to SSCG, as suggested by Leonard Crestez.
>
> Abel Vesa (11):
> clk: imx: Add correct failure handling for clk based helpers
> clk: imx: Rename the SCCG to SSCG
> clk: imx: Replace all the clk based helpers with macros
> clk: imx: pllv1: Switch to clk_hw based API
> clk: imx: pllv2: Switch to clk_hw based API
> clk: imx: imx7ulp composite: Rename to show is clk_hw based
> clk: imx: Rename sccg and frac pll register to suggest clk_hw
> clk: imx: Rename the imx_clk_pllv4 to imply it's clk_hw based
> clk: imx: Rename the imx_clk_pfdv2 to imply it's clk_hw based
> clk: imx: Rename the imx_clk_divider_gate to imply it's clk_hw based
> clk: imx7up: Rename the clks to hws

I'm fine with the series. But it doesn't apply to my clk/imx branch.
Can you rebase and resend?

Shawn

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