[PATCH 00/11]: add remaining support for IGEP boards
tony at atomide.com
Sat Nov 16 09:16:23 EST 2013
* Javier Martinez Canillas <javier.martinez at collabora.co.uk> [131116 05:25]:
> In order to make mach-omap2 Device Tree only the board file for
> IGEP boards was removed even when support for wifi and display
> was still not supported by its DTS.
> This patch-set adds support for these remaining peripherals and
> also adds support for USB, HDMI and user LED for the am33xx SoC
> based IGEP Aquila board.
> The patch-set is composed of the following patches:
> Enric Balletbo i Serra (7):
> ARM: dts: omap3-igep: Fix bus-width for mmc1.
> ARM: dts: omap3-igep: Add support for LBEE1USJYC WiFi connected to SDIO.
> ARM: dts: omap3-igep: Update to use the TI AM/DM37x processor.
> ARM: dts: AM33XX BASE0033: add pinmux and hdmi node to enable display
> ARM: dts: AM33XX BASE0033: add pinmux and user led support.
> ARM: dts: AM33XX BASE0033: add 32KBit EEPROM support.
> ARM: dts: AM33XX IGEP0033: add USB support.
> Javier Martinez Canillas (4):
> ARM: dts: omap3-igep0020: Add pinmux setup for i2c devices
> ARM: dts: omap3-igep0020: Add pinmuxing for DVI output
> ARM: OMAP: dss-common: change IGEP's DVI DDC i2c bus
> OMAPDSS: DPI: use VPLL2 regulator if VDDS_DSI is not found
> Most of these patches are just DTS changes so they have to be picked
> by Benoit although there are patches that should go to different trees.
> [PATCH 10/11] ARM: OMAP: dss-common: change IGEP's DVI DDC i2c bus
> have to go through your tree and
> [PATCH 11/11] OMAPDSS: DPI: use VPLL2 regulator if VDDS_DSI is not found
> should be picked by Tomi Valkeinen.
That may not be needed as it can be set in the .dts file, I'll comment
on that patch.
> Since we have removed the board file for IGEP boards I think these
> can be considered as regression fixes for 3.13 although I don't mind
> if you prefer to wait for 3.14.
Yes I agree, let's try to fix these issues during the -rc cycle
so the earlier functionality is maintained.
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