RE: [PATCH v5 0/4] Exynos SROMc configuration and Ethernet support for SMDK5410

From: Pavel Fedin
Date: Thu Nov 05 2015 - 04:00:53 EST


> >>>>> This patchset also depends on Exynos 5410 pinctrl support, introduced by
> >>>>> patches 0003 and 0004 from this set:
> >>>>> [PATCH v4 0/5] ARM: EXYNOS: ODROID-XU DT and LEDs
> >>>>>
> >>>>
> >>>> Only the first patch made up to kernel. The rest (2-5) received feedback
> >>>> and I am waiting for fixing it. Andreas apparently loose the interest...
> >>>
> >>> I have rechecked the original thread on archives and found nothing new. Where can
> >>> i read those feedbacks? Perhaps it makes sense for me to pick them up and include
> >>> into my set.
> >>
> >> Go ahead. The only waiting feedback is at patch 2/5:
> >>
> >>
> >> Javier's pointed use of linux,stdout-path and putting xxti in
> >> exynos5410.dtsi (and customizing it per board if needed).
> >>
> >> Patches already got reviews and acks so only 2/5 is the stopper.
> >
> > Ah, it's odroidXU device tree. Sorry, i don't have this particular board, and my patch
> actually doesn't need it. I could do some
> > blind modifications, but cannot test them, and this is out of my scope at all.
> > As mentioned in the commit msg, i need only 0003 and 0004 from there. Can they be picked up
> independently? They don't need 0002 by
> > themselves, only 0005 needs it.
> Indeed the order of patches is messed up and this makes the confusion. I
> was waiting for resend of entire patchset but you are right - this is
> not required. 3 and 4 can be applied independently.
> If they apply, I will pick up them after merge window.

They should. I have quite recent linux-next tree, i've just checked,
0003 applies with a small fuzz and 0004 applies without problems at all.

> If they don't, they will need rebasing by someone. Maybe you can take
> care of them?

Of course. Please notify me if rebasing will be needed, i'll do it.

> You have the SMDK5410 for testing, right?

Of course. And you can already get my

Tested-by: Pavel Fedin <p.fedin@xxxxxxxxxxx>

on those two because my experimental tree already uses them, and
everything works quite well.

Kind regards,
Pavel Fedin
Expert Engineer
Samsung Electronics Research center Russia

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