[PATCH 1/5] drivers: input: keyboard: st-keyscan: add keyscan driver

Lee Jones lee.jones at linaro.org
Tue Mar 18 07:01:23 EDT 2014

> >>>Sorry for the delay. It was a hectic week last week.
> >>>
> >>>As promised:
> >>>
> >>>>This patch adds ST Keyscan driver to use the keypad hw a subset
> >>>>of ST boards provide. Specific board setup will be put in the
> >>>>given dt.
> >>>>
> >>>>Signed-off-by: Giuseppe Condorelli<giuseppe.condorelli at st.com>
> >>>>Signed-off-by: Gabriel Fernandez<gabriel.fernandez at st.com>
> >>>Are you sure these are in the correct order?
> >>ok i change the order
> >I'm not saying they are in the wrong order, I'm just asking. Who wrote
> >the patch? Has it changed since?
> Sorry...
> I wrote the patch, then Guiseppe has changed and tested, and I re-modifiedit

Ah, then it starts to get very complicated. :)

If you wrote the patch, you need to be at the top of the list.


> >>>+keyscan: keyscan at fe4b0000 {
> >>>+	compatible = "st,keypad";
> >>>Is there any way we can make this more specific to _this_ IP?
> >>for my knowledge this IP is the same for stixxxx platform.
> >So st,stix-keypad, or st,sti4x-keypad?
> >
> >I'm just thinking about future proofing the architecture. What if ST
> >released stj which has a different keypad IP?
> After discussing internally with st  "st,sti-keyscan" is better



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