[PATCH RFC 0/3] clk: dt: bindings for mux & divider clocks
heiko at sntech.de
Mon Jun 3 18:31:02 EDT 2013
Am Montag, 3. Juni 2013, 19:53:07 schrieb Mike Turquette:
> This series introduces binding definitions for common register-mapped
> clock multiplexor and divider IP blocks, and the corresponding setup
> functions once they are matched. The bindings are close the struct
> definitions but please don't hold that against the binding: the struct
> definitions closely model the hardware.
> The only missing basic clock type is the gate clock. A binding for that
> was posted some time back and is similar in spirit to these. I guess
> we'll need to decide whether register-level programming details belong
> in DT. I believe they do since those details describe the hardware.
> Note that there is still no generic clock driver that matches these
> basic types, but it would be trivial to write one. Thoughts on that?
> Is it better for each of the basic clock types to be a driver that
> matches, or should there be one drivers/clk/clk-basic.c which matches
> all of the basic clock building blocks? I like the latter for aesthetic
> I am using this code while converting the OMAP4 clock data over to DT
> and some common boilerplate code can be factored out of several clock
> drivers if this is merged.
apart from the stuff pointed out in the replies to the patches this works
really well on my upcoming Rockchip platform and saves quite a lot silly clock
definitions whose only purpose is to hold the shift and width values.
So, for this series:
Tested-by: Heiko Stuebner <heiko at sntech.de>
Acked-by: Heiko Stuebner <heiko at sntech.de>
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