Re: [GIT PULL 3/7] drivers: soc: EXYNOS drivers for v4.6

From: Krzysztof Kozlowski
Date: Wed Feb 24 2016 - 23:50:35 EST

On 25.02.2016 13:19, pankaj.dubey wrote:
> Hi Krzysztof,
>>> OMAP has GPMC drivers under drivers/memory. I wonder if SROM should go there
>>> too, since it's a quite similar bus.
>> I wish I get this feedback before, when we were discussing the SROM
>> patches. :/
>> Indeed this sounds reasonable. On some boards the omap-gpmc is used for
>> the same purpose: interfacing to smsc,lan9115 (like on SMDK5410).
>>> Feel free to respin this without SROM now, so we can get the other pieces in
>>> sooner and then revisit the SROM asyncronously. That'll remove the dependencies
>>> on DT as well.
>> Okay, I'll rebase all drivers/soc branches and respin the pull request
>> so PMU driver and other stuff could go in.
>> BTW, just in case, although PMU stands for "Power Management Unit" I
>> don't think it should be placed under drivers/power because it is not a
>> avs/charger/battery/reset driver. Existing power-related drivers are
>> under driver/soc (bcm, dove, tegra).
>> Re-work of SROM drivers could be started on top of it.
> Please let me know if I need to take care of any of this work.

Yes, unfortunately I need your help with that.

I rebased mach-exynos/drivers-soc related patches and pushed it to my
next/soc branch:

There are some changes in commits, mostly for movement of PMU driver
(now it is applied first, before SROMc driver). I also applied some of
the cleanup and maintainer patches from SROMc patchset. DT changes are
already merged.

Overall, could you rebase remaining patches on top of my next/soc and
move SROM driver to drivers/memory? You can also rebase Pavel Fedin's
patches (if you don't I will rebase them).

Last version of applied SROMc patches is here:

Best regards,