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SubjectRe: [PATCH v5 00/12] Initial MStar/Sigmastar ARMv7 SoC support
Hi Arnd,


There is one small fix for the v5 set. One of the DTS file names got
broken when I rebased on a different machine.
I'll send a patch for that later today.



On Fri, 24 Jul 2020 at 23:37, Arnd Bergmann <> wrote:
> On Fri, Jul 10, 2020 at 11:46 AM Daniel Palmer <> wrote:
> >
> > This patch set adds initial support for MStar/Sigmastar's
> > Armv7 based SoCs. There is just enough here to get to a shell
> > with an initramfs but support for a lot of the hardware is
> > in progress and will follow.
> >
> > MStar also shipped chips with MIPS cores and ARM9 etc which
> > are incompatible so I've tried to make the distinction in the
> > code that this is strictly for the Armv7 based chips.
> >
> > Sorry for the spamming this. I just really want to make some
> > progress on this because I'm worried the other bits that are
> > needed for these SoCs (Really old AT91 support in macb and
> > the fotg210 usb host) will be lost or stop working in the meantime.
> > This already happened in u-boot.
> Hi Daniel,
> I just found the series again after looking through some backlog,
> and noticing I missed your submission from July 10. This looks
> all good to me now, so I've merged the series into the arm/newsoc
> branch that already contains added support for the keembay and
> sparx5 SoCs.
> If you require any changes to this, please send incremental
> patches against the soc tree, and submit it to
> so it makes it gets into patchwork.
> Arnd

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