[PATCH 00/11] ARM: OMAP: OMAP5 & AM43x DSS

Tomi Valkeinen tomi.valkeinen at ti.com
Mon May 12 07:57:54 PDT 2014

On 12/05/14 17:36, Tony Lindgren wrote:
> * Tomi Valkeinen <tomi.valkeinen at ti.com> [140512 06:26]:
>> Hi Tony,
>> On 09/05/14 14:56, Tomi Valkeinen wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> Here are arch/arm/ patches to add display support for OMAP5 and AM43x.
>>> I have these in my tree, in a branch I will send to Tony for merging. Most of
>>> these patches have already been around the lists, but I wanted to send them one
>>> more time to verify that all looks right and everybody is fine with them.
>> I have pushed these to:
>> git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/tomba/linux.git 3.16/omap
>> If you're fine with these, I think we can consider that branch stable.
>> There are probably still a few display related .dts changed for the
>> board coming up, but I'll add those on top of the current commits.
> Please coordinate things with Paul and Tero so you at least have proper
> acks for the hwmod and and clock patches. In general we really want to
> queue hwmod and clock changes separately as those can easily mess up things
> in a bad way like we've already seen with overlapping hwmod entries in
> the .dts files.

Ok. I'm fine with splitting the series if that's easiest way to manage it.

Paul, Tero?

> Also, I'm wondering why we still have .clk and .opt_clks entries in the
> hwmod data for am43xx and omap5 which are both device tree based with
> all the clocks coming from .dts files?

I think they are needed for the omap_device/hwmod stuff to work. Only
omapdss driver knows about the clocks defined in the .dts files, and the
omap_device/hwmod code still needs to do the reset and maybe some other
tasks that require the clocks.


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