[PATCH 0/4] Add i.MX6ULZ SoC support

Stefan Wahren stefan.wahren at i2se.com
Tue Sep 18 00:38:22 PDT 2018


Hi Anson,

Am 18.09.2018 um 08:19 schrieb Anson Huang:
> This patch set adds i.MX6ULZ SoC support, i.MX6ULZ is a new SoC of
> i.MX6 family, compared to i.MX6ULL, it removes below modules:
>
>     - UART5/UART6/UART7/UART8;
>     - PWM5/PWM6/PWM7/PWM8;
>     - eCSPI3/eCSPI4;
>     - CAN1/CAN2;
>     - FEC1/FEC2;
>     - I2C3/I2C4;
>     - EPIT2;
>     - LCDIF;
>     - GPT2;
>     - TSC;
>
> And i.MX6ULZ has same soc_id as i.MX6ULL, but SRC_SBMR2 bit[6] is
> to differentiate i.MX6ULZ from i.MX6ULL, 1'b1 means i.MX6ULZ and
> 1'b0 means i.MX6ULL. i.MX6ULZ reuse most of i.MX6UL/i.MX6ULL code,
> just add the new CPU type and remove those non-exist modules from dtb.
>
> Anson Huang (4):
>   ARM: dts: imx: add i.mx6ulz and i.mx6ulz 14x14 evk support
>   ARM: imx: add i.mx6ulz msl support
>   clk: imx6ul: add i.mx6ulz support
>   dt-bindings: arm: add compatible for i.MX6ULZ 14x14 EVK board
>
>  

i recommend the following patch order:
ARM: imx: add i.mx6ulz msl support
clk: imx6ul: add i.mx6ulz support
dt-bindings: arm: add compatible for i.MX6ULZ 14x14 EVK board
ARM: dts: imx: add i.mx6ulz and i.mx6ulz 14x14 evk support

Stefan




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