Re: (subset) [PATCH 0/5] Few miscellaneous regulator improvements

From: Mark Brown
Date: Thu Nov 18 2021 - 14:06:24 EST

On Thu, 18 Nov 2021 13:47:59 +0200, Matti Vaittinen wrote:
> Minor regulator improvemnts / fixes.
> This is a collection of minor improvemnts done while developing drivers
> for yet another ROHM PMIC. Please note that the new generic function
> added in Patch 2 does currently have only one in-tree driver using it.
> (call added in patch 3). I intended to post this with the set of patches
> bringing support to a new PMIC - but it appears this new PMIC requires
> one more HW-iteration - meaning it will be delayed probably by months.
> It'd be easier for me to add this upstream now in order to avoid
> rebasing/conflicts with other changes introduced meanwhile. Please let
> me know if you don't think that's Ok.
> [...]

Applied to for-linus


[2/5] regulator: rohm-regulator: add helper for restricted voltage setting
(no commit info)
[3/5] regulator: bd718x7: Use rohm generic restricted voltage setting
(no commit info)
[4/5] regulator: Add units to limit documentation
(no commit info)
[5/5] regulator: Update protection IRQ helper docs
commit: 6966df483d7b5b218aeb0e13e7e334a8fc3c1744

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