[PATCH 03/13] ARM: LPC32XX: Clock driver

Kevin Wells kevin.wells at nxp.com
Tue Feb 23 16:28:43 EST 2010

Hi Russell,

Thanks much for your response on this.

Does it make sense to repost the complete patchset or just the diffs
of the changed files? (clock.h and clock.c).

> There's no requirement to return a rate of zero if the clock is not
> enabled.
> In fact, it's something that should be avoided because it prevents
> querying
> the rate you'll get before enabling the clock (which might affect whether
> you decide to enable it.)

Alright, this reduces some checks. I've also made changes to set_rate
functions to allow clock rate changes without the clock being enabled
or changing the current clock enable state.


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