[PATCH 1/2] ARM: OMAP2+: Drop legacy board file for n900

Ivaylo Dimitrov ivo.g.dimitrov.75 at gmail.com
Wed Jun 22 11:34:00 PDT 2016

On 22.06.2016 19:48, Pali Rohár wrote:
> On Tuesday 21 June 2016 13:32:16 Tony Lindgren wrote:
>> * Pali Rohár <pali.rohar at gmail.com> [160621 04:32]:
>>> On Tuesday 21 June 2016 04:25:36 Tony Lindgren wrote:
>>>> * Tony Lindgren <tony at atomide.com> [160615 05:08]:
>>>>> * Pali Rohár <pali.rohar at gmail.com> [160615 04:52]:
>>>>>> On Wednesday 15 June 2016 04:02:02 Tony Lindgren wrote:
>>>>>>> Hi,
>>>>>>> * Pali Rohár <pali.rohar at gmail.com> [160615 03:58]:
>>>>>>>> Hi! I just quickly looked at N900 status matrix
>>>>>>>> https://elinux.org/N900 and there is still one thing not
>>>>>>>> finished in DT: It is slot-name for omap_hsmmc driver.
>>>>>>>> So switch from legacy board code to DT is regression.
>>>>>>> That's fixed with the following in v4.7-rc series:
>>>>>>> db863d896681 ("mmc: omap_hsmmc: Check if MMC slot name is
>>>>>>> passed in pdata") 10c1f7d32bf4 ("ARM: OMAP2+: n900 needs
>>>>>>> MMC slot names for legacy user space")
>>>>>> Great! Sorry, but now wiki is not fully updated with last
>>>>>> changes and I do not have in my mind what was
>>>>>> finished/merged and what not. It is going hard for me to
>>>>>> track everything.
>>>>> OK well maybe take one more look and then ack if no more
>>>>> issues.
>>>> Pali, any news on this?
>>> I have not looked at this deeply yet. Please give me some more
>>> time.
>> OK I'd like to apply this series by Monday if no issues to have
>> enough time for it in Linux next. Does that sound OK to you?
>> Regards,
>> Tony
> Ok, now I looked at it and tested current version from torvalds tree.
> There is still missing fixed support for IR, but that is waiting in
> media tree queue for next merge window.
> So after IR patches land in torvalds tree, I'm fine with dropping legacy
> board code for n900 and you can add my Acked-by.

Tony asked me to repost the driver so to be included in 4.7 (or 4.8), 
but I am too busy lately to do it, will try to find time the next week. 
In the meanwhile, if somebody has time and will, feel free to repost the 
series for me.


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