[PATCH v3 0/9] DRA7xx core support
tony at atomide.com
Mon Aug 12 04:24:31 EDT 2013
* Rajendra Nayak <rnayak at ti.com> [130811 23:47]:
> On Sunday 04 August 2013 09:57 PM, Rajendra Nayak wrote:
> > Changes in v3:
> > -1- Dropped some clock/dpll framework builds for dra7
> > -2- Added all instances of IPs in dtsi file
> > -3- dtsi does a 'disabled' by default and dts enables as needed
> > -4- soc_is_dra7xx() based on DT compatible instead of using ID code
> > Changes in v2:
> > -1- Fixed minor changelog details
> > -2- Dropped the SRAM support patch since we need to move to drivers/misc/sram.c
> > -3- Added DTS update patches to this series which were earlier posted as
> > part of the data series (Since they don't have much objections as against the
> > other in-kernel data files)
> > -4- Updated the EVM dts file with pin config details for uart/mcspi and i2c
> > DRA7xx based SoCs' are high-performance, infotainment application devices,
> > based on enhanced OMAP architecture integrated on a 28nm
> > technology.
> > The DRA7xx family is composed of DRA75x and DRA74x devices.
> > The current device for which the patches add support is the
> > DRA752 SoC.
> > Most of the core IPs are similar to those found on the OMAP5
> > devices, including the dual cortex-A15 based MPU subsystem,
> > which has helped quite some reuse from existing OMAP5 support.
> > This series contains only core support patches and none of
> > the PRCM and hwmod data needed for the device to boot.
> Tony, any chance of this series making it to 3.12?
Looks OK to me, want to do a pull request against -rc5 for me?
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