Re: [PATCH 00/11] MSM DT based multi-platform support

From: Stephen Boyd
Date: Thu Jun 20 2013 - 21:38:20 EST

On 06/18, Stephen Boyd wrote:
> This patchset allows me to compile and run the DT based MSM
> platforms in the multi-platform ARM kernel. This is built on
> top of a couple patches I've sent out already (specifically
> the debug_ll patch series and the clocksource_of conversion)
> as well a patch from Rohit that didn't seem to make it into
> MSM's for-next branch.
> There is one problem though, the last two patches cause compile
> failures if you turn on MSM's sdcc or USB_OTG driver. It seems
> that the sdcc driver depends on the clk_reset() API and the custom
> DMA interface provided by mach layers. And the USB_OTG driver depends
> on clk_reset.
> The simplest solution is to make these two drivers depend on the
> non-dt based MSM support so that they can't be compiled in the
> multi-platform config. Otherwise, we'll need to replace the clk_reset()
> calls with the new reset controller API, but doing that would
> require us to convert all MSM platforms over to devicetree or
> we'll need to add support to the reset controller API for non-DT based
> controllers. Even with that, the sdcc driver uses custom DMA things
> so we may need to put that all behind some #ifdef.
> Patches are based on David Brown's for-next tree:

David, can you pick up all the patches in this series not marked
RFC and send them off to arm-soc? Most of them have been on the
list already.

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