Re: [PATCH 2/9] SPI: xilinx_spi: Added platform driver and supportfor DS570
From: Richard Röjfors
Date: Wed Jun 10 2009 - 09:38:20 EST
On 09-06-10 10.57, Andrew Morton wrote:
> On Wed, 10 Jun 2009 10:48:58 +0200 Richard R__jfors <richard.rojfors.ext@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> On 09-06-10 01.09, Andrew Morton wrote:
>>> On Fri, 05 Jun 2009 15:40:19 +0200
>>> Richard R__jfors <richard.rojfors.ext@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>> This patch splits xilinx_spi into three parts, an OF and a platform
>>>> driver and generic part.
>>>> The generic part now also works on X86 and also supports the Xilinx
>>>> SPI IP DS570
>>> Unfortunately we already have two fairly significant
>>> drivers/spi/xilinx_spi.c patches queued in -mm:
>>> spi-move-more-spi_setup-functionality-into-core.patch and
>>> spi-move-common-spi_setup-functionality-into-core.patch. Applying this
>>> patch on top of those makes rather a mess.
>>> Hopefully things will still be OK if I skip this patch. You didn't
>>> identify the dependencies between those nine patchs. Can you please
>>> explain that?
>> Actually all patches except for the 7th(of 9), would work without the
>> The 7th (Timberdale MFD) would not build. Some of the othe drivers are not
>> possible to select because they depend on the MFD in their Kconfigs,
>> but not the code.
Sorry, will try to explain below.
> See, my problem is that normally I will hold off on sending a patch to
> its subsystem maintainer until its prerequisite patch(es) are in mainline.
That was what I started doing, the MFD-driver requires plaform-data structs
from some of the drivers.
On the other hand some of the drivers depends on the MFD conf-option, which
you found in the GPIO-driver :-)
> But for each of these patches, I don't know what the exact prerequisites
> are. Help?
1/9 -> (mc33880) no dependencies on my patches
2/9 -> (xilinx_spi) no dependencies on my patches
3/9 -> (i2c-ocores) no dependencies on my patches
4/9 -> (timb-dma) Kconfig depends on config set by timberdale (patch 7/9)
5/9 -> (logiwin) code depends on timb-dma (patch 4/9)
6/9 -> (v4l2 Kconfig) Kconfig depends on config set by timb-dma (patch(4/9)
7/9 -> (timberdale) code depends on mc3380 (patch 1/9), xilinx_spi (patch 2/9)
i2c-ocores (patch 3/9), logiwin (patch 5/9)
8/9 -> (timbserial) Kconfig depends on config set by timberdale (patch 7/9)
Btw Alan Cox said i has queued it for the ttydev stack, and it is
9/9 -> (timbgpio) Kconfig depends on config set by timberdale (patch 7/9)
So my suggestion is;
Apply all but patch 2 and 7. They will apply, some have Kconfig dependencies
to patch 7.
>> I would be very happy if you applied all but the 7th (MFD) and 2nd (SPI) anyway.
>> I will update my SPI-patch to work against the two patches you point out above.
>> And them I will resend the Timberdale MFD and the Xilinx SPI patch.
>> Would that be OK?
> That would be great, thanks.
I will come up with a patch as soon as possible.
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