linux-next: manual merge of the arm-soc tree with the i2c-embedded tree
w.sang at pengutronix.de
Mon Jul 16 09:00:15 EDT 2012
> >What I am afraid of is: tentative solutions tend to stay, because the
> >need for a proper solution is reduced. Yet, finding proper generic
> >bindings might take some time which doesn't meet the high pressure
> >around DT at the moment.
> I agree with what you say to some extent, but I believe that it is
> more important to have a working solution now than to ensure that
> each bindings are as unique as possible. After any suggestion of
> consolidation, a move from vendor specific to generically defined
> Device Tree bindings is trivial. Especially in the current stage
> where adaptions and definitions are still fluid.
See my response to Linus. I do understand your view and where it comes
from. As a maintainer, I have other priorities. No offence involved,
it needs some settlement.
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