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SubjectRe: [PATCH] ARM: dts: sun5i: Add dts for inet86v_rev2
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Le 11/02/2020 à 14:15, Maxime Ripard a écrit :
> On Mon, Feb 10, 2020 at 11:35:52AM +0100, agriveaux@deutnet.info wrote:
>> From: Alexandre GRIVEAUX <agriveaux@deutnet.info>
>>
>> Add Inet 86V Rev 2 support, based upon Inet 86VS.
>>
>> Missing things:
>> - Accelerometer (MXC6225X)
>> - Touchpanel (Sitronix SL1536)
>> - Nand (29F32G08CBACA)
>> - Camera (HCWY0308)
>>
>> Signed-off-by: Alexandre GRIVEAUX <agriveaux@deutnet.info>
> Please read the documentation I sent you yesterday. In particular,
> when submitting multiple versions, you should remove have the version
> number in the title and a changelog.
>
> Also, please ask questions if you're unsure about something, or
> discuss something you do not agree with instead of ignoring the
> comment.
>
> Maxime

Hello,


Seem I misusing 'git send-email' because i already changed the subject
line (same apply to u-boot):

git send-email --from agriveaux@deutnet.info --to
robh+dt@kernel.org,mark.rutland@arm.com,mripard@kernel.org,wens@csie.org
--cc
linux-kernel@vger.kernel.org,devicetree@vger.kernel.org,agriveaux@deutnet.info
--subject '[v2] ARM: dts: sun5i: Add dts for inet86v_rev2' --compose
/tmp/linux/0001-ARM-dts-sun5i-Add-dts-for-inet86v_rev2.patch

It's the first time i use git send-email, previously i used mutt to send
patchsets (on mips mostly).


Effectively i've forgot the changelog...


At why do we need another device tree:

inet86vs use a GSL1680 touchpanel controller and 4GB nand [0]

inet86vsuse a Sitonix SL1536 touchpanel controller and 8GB nand (can
have 16GB nand)[1]


Seem i've forgot to use:

git format-patch --subject-prefix="PATCH v2"


Thanks.

[0]https://fccid.io/2AARJ-AP7S118/Schematics/Schematics-2042312.pdfinet86vs
schematic

[1]https://fccid.io/XHW026/Schematics/Schematics-1820577.pdfinet86v
schematic

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