[PATCH v2 3/7] cpufreq-dt: add turbo modes support
b.zolnierkie at samsung.com
Mon Jul 27 04:58:09 PDT 2015
On Monday, July 27, 2015 05:03:40 PM Viresh Kumar wrote:
> On 27-07-15, 13:01, Bartlomiej Zolnierkiewicz wrote:
> First of all, please don't be angry :).. We can discuss and get things
> sorted out ...
> > This change was in the original patch posted in April:
> > https://lkml.org/lkml/2015/4/10/646
> Yeah, and I already apologized for missing the request :)
> > your review from a month ago didn't contain this request:
> > https://lkml.org/lkml/2015/6/22/667
> Your patch inserted almost 116 lines and most of the stuff was around
> adding new bindings to get things working with cpufreq-dt driver.
> And so I replied to the most important stuff, i.e. don't add new
> bindings, we will sort it out with opp-v2.
> And frankly that wasn't the time where we could have discussed how
> exactly we are going to use it. Ofcourse we should get it via DT,
> platform data is just not required.
> So, me not NAK ing this approach was fine as it wasn't about keeping
> this data in the platform data part.
> > and now (after nearly 4 months) you are telling me that
> I will say a month, as we discarded most of that patch recently :)
> > I should change this because you are planning to do some
> > more changes in the future.
> Its not about me doing some changes. But the whole point of doing the
> opp-v2 thing was to get rid of such platform data things..
> Just that your work is competing with opp-v2 code :)
> > Could we please keep it as it is for now and change it
> > later (after independent_clocks configuration will get
> > ported to use device tree)?
> I thought we can get your work to a better shape, with all credit to
> you. But if you have some dependency on this for 4.3, then I don't
> mind killing this structure after you have polluted it a bit more :)
Thank you. This is exactly the case here (I would like to get
Exynos4x12 conversion to use cpufreq-dt + exynos-cpufreq removal
in v4.3 if possible and adding new DT bindings will most likely
slow down the process considerably).
Samsung R&D Institute Poland
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