[PATCH 0/2] Common struct clk implementation, v14
paul.mckenney at linaro.org
Wed Apr 20 17:30:43 EDT 2011
2011/4/20 Thomas Gleixner <tglx at linutronix.de>
> On Wed, 20 Apr 2011, Uwe Kleine-König wrote:
> > I declare this to be stable, so assuming people are OK with it, you can
> > use that as a base to convert your platforms.
> You declare that stable? Interesting.
> > There is a 2nd branch on that repository that also contains my RFC patch
> > just sent to this list in case you want to test it.
> Which is utter crap as I pointed out a few minutes ago.
> Also that clk thing is neither stable nor complete. It's just designed
> As long as it does not handle nested clocks proper and by default w/o
> your tasteless add ons, it's just moving the status quo of ARM into a
> common infrastructure file.
> Yes, that's probably better than not having common infrastructure at
> all, but trying to build up conversions on that lot would be a
> complete waste of time and resources. Simply because you need to
> convert the already converted stuff another time.
Thomas's words might seem a bit harsh, but he really does understand what
Linus's reaction will be. And Thomas's words are much less harsh than the
ones that Linus would likely choose. I wish we had a good example of a
common-clock structure elsewhere in the kernel, but the fact is that ARM has
a much wider variety of SoCs than pretty much any other architecture. So we
might as well get something put in place to start with that will have a
decent chance of standing the test of time (and therefore being something
that Linus is likely to approve of).
Could you please take a look at what Thomas suggested (
and give it a try?
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