Re: [RFC PATCH v2 1/3] regulator: core: Add regulator_lookup_list
From: Daniel Scally
Date: Wed Aug 25 2021 - 17:24:44 EST
On 25/08/2021 21:40, Laurent Pinchart wrote:
> Hi Hans,
> On Wed, Aug 25, 2021 at 10:25:23PM +0200, Hans de Goede wrote:
>> On 8/25/21 5:42 PM, Laurent Pinchart wrote:
>>> On Wed, Aug 25, 2021 at 04:27:35PM +0100, Mark Brown wrote:
>>>> On Wed, Aug 25, 2021 at 04:48:15PM +0200, Hans de Goede wrote:
>>>>> Daniel, I believe that what Mark wants here is something similar to what
>>>>> we already do for the 5v boost converter regulator in the TI bq24190 charger
>>>>> chip used on some Cherry Trail devices.
>>>> Yeah, that or something like a generalized version of it which lets a
>>>> separate quirk file like they seem to have register the data to insert -
>>>> I'd be happy enough with the simple thing too given that it's not
>>>> visible to anything, or with DMI quirks in the regulator driver too for
>>>> that matter if it's just one or two platforms but there do seem to be
>>>> rather a lot of these platforms which need quirks.
>>> Let's also remember that we have to handle not just regulators, but also
>>> GPIOs and clocks. And I'm pretty sure there will be more. We could have
>>> a mechanism specific to the tps68470 driver to pass platform data from
>>> the board file to the driver, and replicate that mechanism in different
>>> drivers (for other regulators, clocks and GPIOs), but I really would
>>> like to avoid splitting the DMI-conditioned platform data in those
>>> drivers directly. I'd like to store all the init data for a given
>>> platform in a single "board" file.
>> I agree, but so far all the handling for clks/gpios for IPU3 (+ IPU4 (*))
>> laptops is done in the drivers/platform/x86/intel/int3472 code and the
>> passing of platform_data with regulator init-data would also happen in
>> the mfd-cell instantiation code living there. IOW if we just go with
>> that then we will already have everything in one place. At least
>> for the IPU3 case.
> If the GPIOs are also hooked up to the TPS68470 and not to GPIOs of the
> SoC, then I suppose that would be fine in this case.
The GPIOs that we're translating into clks / mapping to the sensors in
the INT3472 code are SOC GPIOs actually...this is the first bit of code
that relates to a physical TPS68470.
> Do you have any plan to work on IPU4 support ? ;-)
>> *) IPU4 also used the INT3472 ACPI devices and what we have for discrete
>> IO devices seems to match.