Re: [PATCH v1 0/6] regmap-irq: Cleanups and remove unused functionality

From: Mark Brown
Date: Thu May 11 2023 - 01:44:27 EST

On Tue, 09 May 2023 12:00:54 +0100, Aidan MacDonald wrote:
> This is a straightforward patch series, mostly just removing a bunch
> of old features that were only used by a handful of drivers.
> - 1/6 is a documentation fix
> - 2/6, 3/6, and 4/6 remove unused, deprecated functionality
> - 5/6 makes the behavior of .handle_mask_sync() a bit more consistent
> w.r.t. mask and unmask registers, to aid maintainability.
> - 6/6 removes now-unused "inverted mask/unmask" compatibility code.
> [...]

Applied to for-next


[1/6] regmap-irq: Fix typo in documentation for .get_irq_reg()
commit: 212bc1ce618dd7c734920a68988fe4b473f09f40
[2/6] regmap-irq: Remove virtual registers
commit: f33a751d5a7fe03b11d95e6a33e1fdd3b4f8ec18
[3/6] regmap-irq: Remove type registers
(no commit info)
[4/6] regmap-irq: Remove support for not_fixed_stride
(no commit info)
[5/6] regmap-irq: Minor adjustments to .handle_mask_sync()
(no commit info)
[6/6] regmap-irq: Drop backward compatibility for inverted mask/unmask
(no commit info)

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