[PATCHv4 0/3] Add support for velocity network driver on platform devices

From: Tony Prisk
Date: Tue Apr 30 2013 - 02:17:24 EST

v4 changes:
Code tidyup as requested by Francois Romieu
Removed '#ifdef PCI' around PCI code. Compile tested on (!)PCI and (!)PM.

v3 changes:
Rebased against net-next.
Fix errors in pm code.

v2 changes:
Drop patch #1 as requested by David Miller.
Correct the PHYID_ICPLUS_IP101A MII bits - should be ON, rather than OFF.
Read the platform rev_id from the correct register [regs->rev_id]. It's possible
this would work for the PCI version as well and would remove the need for the
'if (pci)' test to set vptr->rev_id.

The first three patches are general tidyup.

[DROPPED] Patch ## just alphabetizes the #includes to make it easier to read.

Patch #1 replaces vptr->dev with vptr->netdev, in preparation of adding a
struct device *dev in Patch #3

Patch #2 replaces the pci dma functions with the generic versions.

I have build tested these patches but don't have a PCI velocity to run-test it.
I can't see that they should introduce any problems as it is all renames and
function swapping.

Patch #3 adds support for the velocity driver on devicetree platform devices.
Binding document included. This patch is compile-tested for PCI, and boot
tested on a VIA APC8750.

I think it would be pertinent to get some tested-by's for PCI users.

Tony Prisk

Tony Prisk (3):
net: velocity: Rename vptr->dev to vptr->netdev
net: velocity: Convert to generic dma functions
net: velocity: Add platform device support to VIA velocity driver

.../devicetree/bindings/net/via-velocity.txt | 20 +
drivers/net/ethernet/via/Kconfig | 3 +-
drivers/net/ethernet/via/via-velocity.c | 546 ++++++++++++++------
drivers/net/ethernet/via/via-velocity.h | 40 +-
4 files changed, 438 insertions(+), 171 deletions(-)
create mode 100644 Documentation/devicetree/bindings/net/via-velocity.txt


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