[PATCH 03/13] ARM: LPC32XX: Clock driver
kevin.wells at nxp.com
Tue Feb 23 16:28:43 EST 2010
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
> In fact, it's something that should be avoided because it prevents
> 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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