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SubjectRe: [PATCH 2/2] clk: Add support for AST2600 SoC
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Quoting Joel Stanley (2019-08-18 19:03:54)
> On Fri, 16 Aug 2019 at 17:14, Stephen Boyd <sboyd@kernel.org> wrote:
> >
> > Quoting Joel Stanley (2019-08-16 08:58:06)
> > > +static const char * const vclk_parent_names[] = {
> >
> > Can you use the new way of specifying clk parents instead of just using
> > strings?
>
> How does this work? I had a browse of the APIs in clk-provider.h and
> it appeared the functions all take char *s still.

Sorry I didn't reply earlier. I'm going to write a kernel-doc to
describe how to write a "modern" clk driver which should hopefully help
here.

The gist is that you can fill out a clk_parent_data array or a clk_hw
array and set the .name and .fw_name and .index in the clk_parent_data
array to indicate which clks to get from the DT node's "clocks" and
"clock-names" properties.

>
> > > + hw = clk_hw_register_fixed_factor(NULL, "ahb", "hpll", 0, 1, axi_div * ahb_div);

Take this one for example. If 'hpll' is actually a clk_hw pointer in
hand, then you could do something like:

clk_hw_register_fixed_factor_parent_hw(NULL, "ahb", &hpll, 0, 1, axi_div * ahb_div);

And if it's something like a clock from DT you could do

struct clk_parent_data pdata = {
.name = "hpll",
.fw_name = <clock-names string>,
.index = <whatever clock index it is>
};

clk_hw_register_fixed_factor_parent_data(NULL, "ahb", &pdata, 0, 1, axi_div * ahb_div);

I haven't actually written the clk_hw_register_fixed_factor_*() APIs,
because I'm thinking that it would be better to register the pdata with
some more parameters so that the
clk_hw_register_fixed_factor_parent_data() API becomes more like:

clk_hw_register_fixed_factor_parent_data(NULL, "ahb", "hpll",
<clock-names string>, <whatever clock index it is>, 0, 1,
axi_div * ahb_div);

Because there's only one parent. For the mux clk it will be a pointer to
parent_data because I don't see a way around it.

> >
> > There aren't checks for if these things fail. I guess it doesn't matter
> > and just let it fail hard?
>
> I think that's sensible here. If the system has run out of memory this
> early on then there's not going to be much that works.
>
> Thanks for the review. I've fixed all of the style issues you
> mentioned, but would appreciate some guidance on the parent API.
>

Cool! Thanks.

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