[PATCH 0/7] ARM32/64: DT overlay build support
t-kristo at ti.com
Mon Sep 3 02:03:31 PDT 2018
On 30/08/18 23:32, Frank Rowand wrote:
> Hi Tero,
> (Really adding Mark as a cc: this time. Last time I added him as
> a bcc: by mistake.)
> On 08/30/18 10:12, Tero Kristo wrote:
>> On 29/08/18 21:40, Frank Rowand wrote:
>>> + Mark Rutland, just in case he is interested
>>> On 08/28/18 05:32, Tero Kristo wrote:
>>>> This series introduces devicetree overlay building support for ARM
>>>> platforms. The .dtbo target is introduced globally, then makefile
>>>> changes for both arm32/64 for supporting the .dtbo target, changes
>>>> to support sub-dir makefile flags, and finally adding the DTC flags
>>>> override for TI platforms, as that is where we want to introduce
>>>> the DT overlay support initially.
>>>> The ARM makefile changes for supporting DTS sub-makefiles don't look
>>>> too clean, but that was the only way I could figure out how to
>>>> get it done.
>>> This series does three unrelated things:
>> Well, I was kind of trying to show the whole solution here but...
> That actually makes sense, and normally I wouldn't have asked for the
> split. It might be the case that I am being too cautious, and maybe
> there won't be much discussion at all. I was just concerned that in
> this case some of the concepts might get overlooked due to discussion
> of other concepts. I'm also expecting different people to care
> about each of the concepts.
>>> (1) create a ti specific dts subdirectory arch/arm/boot/dts/ti/
>>> (2) create a rule for creating a .dtbo from a .dtso
>>> (3) add a dtc compile flag to add phandle symbol information to
>>> all .dtb files created from arch/arm/boot/dts/ti/ and
>>> Please split the patches into three independent series so that
>>> each of the three concepts can be discussed separately.
>> Ok will do that, hopefully tomorrow. Didn't manage to squeeze in time to do it today.
> Thanks, I appreciate your flexibility.
I did post v2 as a split series on Friday, but seems I missed adding you
in the delivery for those by accident... sorry about that. Do you want
me to repost or can you pick those from the devicetree list?
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