[PATCH V2 00/17] ARM: OMAP2+: GPMC clean-up and DT update
jon-hunter at ti.com
Fri Mar 8 11:58:21 EST 2013
While adding device-tree support for NOR memories, it became apparent
that there is no common way for configuring various GPMC settings for
devices that interface to the GPMC. These settings include bus-width,
synchronous/asynchronous mode, burst settings, wait monitoring etc.
Therefore, to simplify the GPMC code and add device-tree support for
NOR, it was first necessary to consolidate how these settings are
Series based upon Mark Jackson's patch  and Ezequiel Garcia GPMC
clean-up series . Entire series available here .
- Made gpmc_settings structure local in gpmc_nand_init().
- Use resource_size() API in probe_nor().
- Add kernel-doc for gpmc_cs_program_settings() function.
- Use of_platform_device_create() to register NOR devices in probe_nor().
- Add support for GPMC address-address-data multiplexing which required
changing GPMC DT property "gpmc,mux-add-data" to store a 32-bit value
and changing mux_add_data member of gpmc_settings to be a 32-bit type
instead of bool.
- Add detection for incorrect GPMC chip-select base addresses.
- Cleaned-up code in gpmc_mem_init() and changed gpmc_mem_init() so that
it would not return an error when the GPMC driver is being probed.
- Clean-up/simplification of ONENAND initialisation code.
- Add a new GPMC structure to unify storage of various GPMC settings
(that are non-timing related) for client devices and add a new
function to program these settings in a common way.
- Migrate initialisation code for existing flash, usb and networking
devices to use the new structure and function for GPMC settings.
- Add device-tree support for NOR flash memories.
- Add additional GPMC timing parameters to GPMC device-tree binding.
- Update GPMC NAND and ONENAND device-tree support to retrieve GPMC
settings from device-tree.
- Boot testing on OMAP2420 H4, OMAP3430 SDP and OMAP4430 SDP with
and without device-tree present.
- OMAP2420 H4 board has NOR flash and OMAP3430 SDP has NOR, NAND
and ONENAND flash. So verified that flash is detected on boot
as expected. Note additional patches  are required for OMAP2420
H4 and OMAP3430 SDP dts files in order to enable flash memory
- All of the above boards use GPMC for interfacing to a networking
chip and so verified that networking is working wit this series.
However, please note that networking is not currently supported
on these boards when booting with DT and so networking is only
tested without DT.
Jon Hunter (17):
ARM: OMAP2+: Simplify code configuring ONENAND devices
ARM: OMAP2+: Add variable to store number of GPMC waitpins
ARM: OMAP2+: Add structure for storing GPMC settings
ARM: OMAP2+: Add function for configuring GPMC settings
ARM: OMAP2+: Convert ONENAND to use gpmc_cs_program_settings()
ARM: OMAP2+: Convert NAND to use gpmc_cs_program_settings()
ARM: OMAP2+: Convert SMC91x to use gpmc_cs_program_settings()
ARM: OMAP2+: Convert TUSB to use gpmc_cs_program_settings()
ARM: OMAP2+: Don't configure of chip-select options in
ARM: OMAP2+: Add function to read GPMC settings from device-tree
ARM: OMAP2+: Add device-tree support for NOR flash
ARM: OMAP2+: Add additional GPMC timing parameters
ARM: OMAP2+: Convert NAND to retrieve GPMC settings from DT
ARM: OMAP2+: Convert ONENAND to retrieve GPMC settings from DT
ARM: OMAP2+: Detect incorrectly aligned GPMC base address
ARM: OMAP2+: Remove unnecesssary GPMC definitions and variable
ARM: OMAP2+: Allow GPMC probe to complete even if CS mapping fails
Documentation/devicetree/bindings/bus/ti-gpmc.txt | 48 +-
Documentation/devicetree/bindings/mtd/gpmc-nor.txt | 98 ++++
.../devicetree/bindings/mtd/gpmc-onenand.txt | 3 +
arch/arm/mach-omap2/gpmc-nand.c | 37 +-
arch/arm/mach-omap2/gpmc-onenand.c | 110 ++---
arch/arm/mach-omap2/gpmc-smc91x.c | 30 +-
arch/arm/mach-omap2/gpmc.c | 521 +++++++++++++++-----
arch/arm/mach-omap2/gpmc.h | 37 +-
arch/arm/mach-omap2/usb-tusb6010.c | 62 ++-
9 files changed, 686 insertions(+), 260 deletions(-)
create mode 100644 Documentation/devicetree/bindings/mtd/gpmc-nor.txt
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