[PATCH] leds: Add DT support for leds-pca9532
thierry.reding at avionic-design.de
Tue Jun 19 02:16:06 EDT 2012
On Sun, Jun 17, 2012 at 12:02:55PM -0600, Stephen Warren wrote:
> On 06/17/2012 05:51 AM, Roland Stigge wrote:
> > Hi,
> > On 16/06/12 17:06, Stephen Warren wrote:
> >>> +- nxp,typecodes: groups of 2 bits for each of the 16 pins:
> >>> + 0: None
> >>> + 1: LED
> >>> + 2: Beep
> >>> + 3: GPIO
> >>> +- nxp,statecodes: groups of 2 bits for each of the 16 pins:
> >>> + 0: off
> >>> + 1: on
> >>> + 2: pwm0
> >>> + 3: pwm1
> >>> +
> >>> +Optional properties:
> >>> +- nxp,psc: array of 2 numbers: PSC values for the two PWM channels (see datasheet)
> >>> +- nxp,pwm: array of 2 numbers: PWM values for the two PWM channels (see datasheet)
> >> Shouldn't that all be exposed using a combination of the pinctrl
> >> bindings that are in 3.5, and the PWM bindings that should be coming in 3.6?
> > Thanks for the note! I found a pwm tree that should have this at
> > http://gitorious.org/linux-pwm/linux-pwm
> > but it gives me server errors. Is there a place where I can have a look?
> That URL (with http:// replace with git://) did work for me. It seemed a
> little slow at first, but did work without issue. I Cc'd Thierry in case
> there's any other location available.
There isn't. IIRC, back when I finalized the PWM subsystem during the last
cycle, Arnd Bergmann suggested that I request an account and repository on
kernel.org back when the subsystem was ready. At the time I didn't think
it necessary, but reading this, perhaps it wouldn't be such a bad idea.
kernel.org should have better availability than gitorious.
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