On 05/03/15 17:29, Axel Lin wrote:
2015-03-05 18:48 GMT+08:00 Roger Quadros <rogerq@xxxxxx>:
Hi Alex,It's Axel.
My apologies Axel.
Since we're anyways going to fail probe for !CONFIG_OF, why do you want to
add the unnecessary device table to the kernel?
what are you benefiting from this change?
If the driver works for both dt case and non-dt case, using the ifdef CONFIG_OF
guard can save a few memory for non-dt case.
For dt-only driver it is not required because you cannot use the driver
if !CONFIG_OF. Which means you should not build this driver at all if !CONFIG_OF
unless you just want to do compile test.
I agree. Kishon do we really need to build these drivers if !CONFIG_OF?