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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/5] TI LMU rework
Hi Dan,

On 4/3/19 2:02 PM, Dan Murphy wrote:
> Hello
> On 3/25/19 9:23 AM, Dan Murphy wrote:
>> All
>> I know that it has been a long time but I put some additional effort into this
>> code. The TI LMU common code right now handles brightness and ramp up/down
>> setting for the LM3697. This so far are the common features I could find.
>> The LM3697 driver has the ability to assign HVLED strings to specific control
>> banks as well as assigning different max brightnesses to these strings.
>> Fault monitoring was removed as the data sheet indicates that this is for
>> production tests only.
>> I have plans to add additional LED drivers to use the TI LMU but I figured trying
>> to add all of them at once would be a daunting review and probably wrought with
>> problems.
> I have a new device I need to add to the TI LMU code LM36274.
> This will use the MFD ti-lmu code and I will need to create the backlight and regulator drivers.
> I need to know how to proceed. I can base the work off of the LM3532 patchset or use what is in mainline
> or base it off this patchset. The LM36274 would use the ti-lmu-led-common code for brightness setting but the
> ramping times are different.
> Please let me know how to proceed.

The patch set looks good to me with a single reservation I've just
posted. You can base your work off it.

Best regards,
Jacek Anaszewski

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