[GIT PULL] Renesas ARM Based SoC DT Updates for v4.20

Olof Johansson olof at lixom.net
Sun Sep 23 06:18:17 PDT 2018

Hi Simon,

On Thu, Sep 13, 2018 at 11:08:18AM +0200, Simon Horman wrote:
> Hi Olof, Hi Kevin, Hi Arnd,
> Please consider these Renesas ARM based SoC DT updates for v4.20.
> I am sending out this pull-request at this time as there are a number
> of patches queued up in my arm (32) DT branch and I hope that this
> will ease the burden later on in the development cycle. I expect to
> send a follow-up pull-request for this branch at the usual pre-rc6 timing.

This is a good amount of patches, feel free to flush your queue around the time
it builds up to about this amount -- no need to hold on to them longer.

> The following changes since commit 5b394b2ddf0347bef56e50c69a58773c94343ff3:
>   Linux 4.19-rc1 (2018-08-26 14:11:59 -0700)
> are available in the git repository at:
>   https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/horms/renesas.git tags/renesas-arm-dt-for-v4.20
> for you to fetch changes up to 1926bd6bf20fe306797fbf366902674d2d6c20cc:
>   ARM: dts: r9a06g032: Use r9a06g032-sysctrl binding definitions (2018-09-06 11:31:35 +0200)

Merged, thanks!

> ----------------------------------------------------------------
> Renesas ARM Based SoC DT Updates for v4.20
> * R-Car Gen1 SoCs: Include product name in DTSI files for ease of maintenance
> * R-Car Gen2 SoCs:
>   - Convert to new DU DT bindings
>   - Correct SATA device sizes to 2 MiB
> * R-Car H2 (r8a7790) based Porter board: Add DA9063 OnKey PMIC node
> * R-Car E2 (r8a7794) based Silk board: Add DA9063 PMIC, RTC and OnKey nodes
> * R-Car M2-N (r8a7793) based Gose board: Add DA9210 node for CPU DVFS
> * RZ/G1C (R8A77470) SoC:
>   - Add GPIO nodes
>   - Add PFC support
>   - Use r8a77470-sysc binding definitions
> * RZ/G1C (r8a77470) iW-RainboW-G23S dev platform:
>   - Specify EtherAVB PHY IRQ
>   - Add pinctl support for scif1
> * RZ/N1D (r9a06g032) SoC: Use r9a06g032-sysctrl binding definitions

I like this format! It's nice, terse and to the point, and it makes
it a bit easier to see commonalities across the large number of similar
(and different) product and platform names.

Thanks a lot for being flexible and trying different things here!


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