Re: [PATCH 1/2] PPC32: New OCP core support

From: Valdis . Kletnieks
Date: Tue May 11 2004 - 19:52:40 EST

On Tue, 11 May 2004 17:01:50 PDT, Matt Porter said:
> New OCP infrastructure ported from 2.4 along with several
> enhancements. Please apply.

Big honking patch. Wholesale removal of old code. Wholesale addition of new code.

And this is the closest to a hint of what an OCP in the old code:

- * @device: OCP device such as PCI, GPT, UART, OPB, IIC, GPIO, EMAC, ZMII
- * @dev_num: ocp device number whos paddr you want

And in the new:

+extern struct ocp_def core_ocp[]; /* Static list of devices, provided by
+ CPU core */

And some vendor IDs that say that IBM and FreeScale make them, and Motorola
apparently rebadges/clones Freescale's (or vice versa)..

I'm *guessing* that this is some all-in-one integrated north/south/PCI/east bridge
with an APIC or similar and some I/O controllers.... Or maybe it's a board-level
designator like 'ebony' seems to be.. or something..

It's a UART... or a Bus-level board.. or both.. ;)

arch/ppc/Kconfig says this:
config OCP
depends on IBM_OCP
default y
that leads to arch/ppc/platforms/4xx/Kconfig:
config IBM_OCP
depends on ASH || CPCI405 || EBONY || EP405 || OCOTEA || REDWOOD_5 || REDWOOD_6 || SYCAMOR
default y

Grepping for OCP in arch/ppc/platforms/4xx/* isn't informative either..

Color me mystified.. ;)

(Actually, other than the apparent lack of any comment that says what an OCP
in fact is, I didn't see any really big style problems while scrolling through it..)

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