[PATCH 0/2] clk: exynos-audss: Adapt to exising clock framework
trblinux at gmail.com
Fri Jul 11 03:09:35 PDT 2014
On 07/11/2014 03:21 PM, Tomasz Figa wrote:
> Hi Tushar,
> On 11.07.2014 11:37, Tushar Behera wrote:
>> The patchset is targetted as moving exising exynos-audss clock driver from being
>> a module driver. The driver is now registered through CLK_OF_DECLARE and is
>> inline with other Samsung clock drivers.
> I'm afraid I have to NAK this series or at least the part converting the
> driver back to use CLK_OF_DECLARE().
Considering the more prevalent usage of CLK_OF_DECLARE() in drivers/clk
led me into thinking it was the normal way for the clock drivers.
Keeping only one clock driver using a different approach looked odd to
me. Anyways, I don't have any other reason to pursue this case.
> We have deliberately made this driver a platform driver, because this is
> how drivers should be modeled in Linux kernel whenever possible.
> CLK_OF_DECLARE() should be only considered a hack to work around late
> initialization of driver model. Reverting this change without a good
> reason (and you haven't provided such) is just going backwards.
> Rest of this series is actually quite nice, though, as reusing Samsung
> clock helpers reduces the line count significantly, so if you could
> rework this to keep this driver a platform driver then we could get
> something I could ack.
Sure. There are still some valid cleanups even if we plan to retain the
platform driver infrastructure. I will split and repost.
> Best regards,
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