[PATCH 00/15] ARM: pxa: switch to DMA slave maps
arnd at arndb.de
Tue Apr 3 00:15:03 PDT 2018
On Mon, Apr 2, 2018 at 4:26 PM, Robert Jarzmik <robert.jarzmik at free.fr> wrote:
> This serie is aimed at removing the dmaengine slave compat use, and transfer
> knowledge of the DMA requestors into architecture code.
> This was discussed/advised by Arnd a couple of years back, it's almost time.
> The serie is divided in 3 phasees :
> - phase 1 : patch 1/15 and patch 2/15
> => this is the preparation work
> - phase 2 : patches 3/15 .. 10/15
> => this is the switch of all the drivers
> => this one will require either an Ack of the maintainers or be taken by them
> once phase 1 is merged
> - phase 3 : patches 11/15
> => this is the last part, cleanup and removal of export of the DMA filter
> As this looks like a patch bomb, each maintainer expressing for his tree either
> an Ack or "I want to take through my tree" will be spared in the next iterations
> of this serie.
> Several of these changes have been tested on actual hardware, including :
> - pxamci
> - pxa_camera
> - smc*
> - ASoC and SSP
> Happy review.
This looks really great overall, thanks for cleaning this up!
The SSP part is still a bit weird, as I commented, but I'm sure we can
figure something out there.
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