[PATCH] [POWERPC] 8xx: mpc885ads pcmcia support
segher at kernel.crashing.org
Sun May 6 09:26:48 EDT 2007
>> Since this node's children's interrupt representation
>> is different from the node's parent's, you need an
>> interrupt-map in here. You also forgot "#address-cells"
>> and I think you need "ranges" too?
> Well, in fact it does not introduce SoC device different from any
> represented inside soc885 node. mk_int_int_mask() is just special
> way of enabling irq for PCMCIA stuff, in addition to normal pic stuff.
I have no idea what you mean here. Care to try again?
> Emm. Why would I need #address-cells and ranges here? it uses parent
> bus address space...
"#address-cells" is 3 for pcmcia, so not the default
value (which is 2), so you need to put it in. The
value of this property is not inherited from the
Absence of a "ranges" property means the child bus is
*not* direct mapped into the parent bus space. If the
mapping you need is 1-1, put in an empty "ranges"
property; if not, you have to put the correct mapping
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