[GIT PULL 2/4] omap changes for ti81xx devices and minimal dra62x j5eco-evm support

Tony Lindgren tony at atomide.com
Tue Dec 22 15:33:43 PST 2015

* Olof Johansson <olof at lixom.net> [151222 14:58]:
> Hi Tony,
> On Mon, Dec 21, 2015 at 01:06:35PM -0800, Tony Lindgren wrote:
> > The following changes since commit d893656e61040f3ff7b5f72a986052a348f3c94e:
> > 
> >   ARM: OMAP2+: Remove useless check for legacy booting for dm814x (2015-12-09 16:53:46 -0800)
> > 
> > are available in the git repository at:
> > 
> >   git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/tmlind/linux-omap tags/omap-for-v4.5/81xx-devices
> > 
> > for you to fetch changes up to 8f2cf92a912ca7173d29c045d225588c9630ed94:
> > 
> >   ARM: dts: Add usb support for j5-eco evm (2015-12-21 10:43:29 -0800)
> > 
> > ----------------------------------------------------------------
> > Now with dm814x support fixed up enough where we can make use of some clocks,
> > we can adds some more basic devices for dm814x. And we can also add minimal
> > support for dra62x j5eco-evm that is another ti81xx variant related to dm814x.
> > 
> > I would have rather merged this series toghether with the ADPLL clock driver,
> > and was waiting for that to get merged before sending out these patches. But
> > the ADPLL clock driver can be merged separately, and at least dm814x-evm,
> > dra62x-j5eco-evm, and t410 all boot with this series alone. So let's merge
> > these patches separately as that allows people to do development on these
> > platforms for other device drivers using the mainline kernel.
> > 
> > Note that this series depends on the earlier 81xx-fixes and omap initcall
> > changes. It also depends on the DMA commit ae0add740cd0 that's already in
> > mainline. As this series is mostly DTS changes with a few related hwmod
> > changes, it's probably best merged along with the other DTS changes.
> I'm a little puzzled by how you chose to organize this branch. We usually
> ask for SoC enablement and new DT files separately. Is there a reason you
> couldn't split out the SoC pieces and include those in the soc branch, and
> leave the DT contents for this one?

Hmm yeah I guess I kept all the 81xx stuff in a single branch because of the
earlier largeish set of 81xx fixes that had interlaced dts and SoC changes
that had to be in a specific order to keep system booting because of bugs in
the dts defined clocks.

If you want to, I can respin these patches into two branches, one for dts and
one for SoC changes. Probably both branches have to be based on the earlier
branch "omap-for-v4.5/81xx-fixes-signed" to avoid merge conflicts though.



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