(subset) [PATCH 000/606] i2c: Complete conversion to i2c_probe_new

Mark Brown broonie at kernel.org
Thu Nov 24 08:04:04 PST 2022

On Fri, 18 Nov 2022 23:35:34 +0100, Uwe Kleine-König wrote:
> since commit b8a1a4cd5a98 ("i2c: Provide a temporary .probe_new()
> call-back type") from 2016 there is a "temporary" alternative probe
> callback for i2c drivers.
> This series completes all drivers to this new callback (unless I missed
> something). It's based on current next/master.
> A part of the patches depend on commit 662233731d66 ("i2c: core:
> Introduce i2c_client_get_device_id helper function"), there is a branch that
> you can pull into your tree to get it:
> [...]

Applied to

   https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/broonie/regulator.git for-next


[538/606] regulator: act8865-regulator: Convert to i2c's .probe_new()
          commit: 3d2a78ae5df5d7f48c002e5f73d18d8c7628d266
[539/606] regulator: ad5398: Convert to i2c's .probe_new()
          commit: 7f69edba960bbdcbc829d8d0995b1117ce29e8b1
[540/606] regulator: da9121-regulator: Convert to i2c's .probe_new()
          commit: 020cf73b47414a84b666d3e6736a6ae957e27840
[541/606] regulator: fan53555: Convert to i2c's .probe_new()
          commit: 655425650f5e361224a86aa11bf3c044bf04df2a
[542/606] regulator: isl6271a-regulator: Convert to i2c's .probe_new()
          commit: 69518d21deaa448be65b7c0be67aab230e88eaa7
[543/606] regulator: lp3972: Convert to i2c's .probe_new()
          commit: 2532d5f8d5c20d5a0a8a0d57a311bc5df00dea04
[544/606] regulator: lp872x: Convert to i2c's .probe_new()
          commit: 87feccb347b25f5dc6ff451123b832c9ad5dddfe
[545/606] regulator: lp8755: Convert to i2c's .probe_new()
          commit: cb28f74b4809a00b40fdf0c44ccf51ab950581d3
[546/606] regulator: ltc3589: Convert to i2c's .probe_new()
          commit: 78c8f6cdb51d471928d481ed3b2c82dbc110a1ed
[547/606] regulator: max1586: Convert to i2c's .probe_new()
          commit: 3d54f7ba248b0ad1791bc356e9ad3d9020a1c472
[548/606] regulator: max8649: Convert to i2c's .probe_new()
          commit: 3cf4417385d0ac8f02f22888e12a6d21d97d89fc
[549/606] regulator: max8660: Convert to i2c's .probe_new()
          commit: dbf31dac703009174226bb87b3914bd092040327
[550/606] regulator: max8952: Convert to i2c's .probe_new()
          commit: c20c36735949b3b7984692fbab3d92b0e8a845ec
[551/606] regulator: max8973-regulator: Convert to i2c's .probe_new()
          commit: 4e85e5d64f66ac5e4b0286ee4b6f8e8ce1044d42
[552/606] regulator: pca9450-regulator: Convert to i2c's .probe_new()
          commit: ed56fa6e804cb13bbe29e9214792308817f6e553
[553/606] regulator: pfuze100-regulator: Convert to i2c's .probe_new()
          commit: 8348c710b51bac713a6fd2e07d64eb71d5680e2e
[554/606] regulator: pv88080-regulator: Convert to i2c's .probe_new()
          commit: c9f9ef15b84222f4cc686b1013ee3fd192b0bab8
[555/606] regulator: rpi-panel-attiny-regulator: Convert to i2c's .probe_new()
          commit: d85d02d17a608b558d44510e9824668c5d4fe5d8
[556/606] regulator: tps51632-regulator: Convert to i2c's .probe_new()
          commit: d4885f306304ff29eec06b9ad5f526a1099e0418
[557/606] regulator: tps62360-regulator: Convert to i2c's .probe_new()
          commit: 18804160277ec2ab992373385f86c6af2322b28b
[558/606] regulator: tps6286x-regulator: Convert to i2c's .probe_new()
          commit: e34782316281c78c5911f86d4699d4f35a607c9d
[559/606] regulator: tps65023-regulator: Convert to i2c's .probe_new()
          commit: 3b5b07dde998f6ade7433a8db019cf816c7e35af

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