[PATCH v3 3/6] drm/rockchip/dsi: correct Feedback divider setting
philippe.cornu at st.com
Thu Oct 26 02:44:14 PDT 2017
On 10/26/2017 06:13 AM, Archit Taneja wrote:
> On 10/26/2017 06:39 AM, Brian Norris wrote:
>> On Wed, Oct 25, 2017 at 03:57:19AM -0400, Sean Paul wrote:
>>> Archit asked a question about moving to
>> That question made me think though: this approach seems backwards. It
>> seems like someone did copy/paste/fork, and then we're asking the
>> authors of the original driver to un-fork? It seems like this should
>> happen the other way around -- those trying to support a new incarnation
>> should have looked to try to abstract the original driver for their
>> uses first.
> Yes, ST wanted to replicate rockchip's version of the mipi DSI driver and
> put it in their folder. If they did that, their KMS driver would have been
> the third driver to implement a third instance of the DW DSI controller
> Hisilicon and Rockchip being the other 2.
> It was either that or attempt at a common DSI DW bridge driver. I suggested
> the latter.
> The ST guys have abstracted out the PHY pieces, which they knew varied
> rockchip and ST. Ideally, they should have also tried to create a RFC
> patch to
> make the rockchip driver use the bridge too. But they didn't do that, and
> the rockchip or hisilicon people were interested in even looking at it,
> even after I CC'ed them.
>> IIUC, that's exactly what Rockchip did for much of their Analogix eDP
>> code -- they reworked the Exynos DP driver to split common Analogix code
>> from any Exynos-specific bits.
> I get that. I had hoped either ST or Rockchip guys would have done the
> thing, but no one volunteered.
>> And actually, the current stuff in
>> drivers/gpu/drm/bridge/synopsys/dw-mipi-dsi.c is completely unused. It
>> exports some functions, but I see no users of it. Is that intended? Is
> The ST kms driver uses it:
I confirm STM32 chipsets use the Synopsys dw dsi bridge driver.
I plan to improve this bridge driver by adding new features (see todos +
dsi read, command mode with bta & gpio...).
For the first commit, I did my best to keep the source code as close as
possible to the Rockchip version, in order to ease the port for Rockchip
>> somebody already working on refactoring existing Rockchip code to use
> I don't know. If rockchip isn't interested in doing it, we can check with
> Philippe from ST if he can try creating a RFC that converts the rockchip
> driver to use the dw-mipi-dsi driver.
I am not really interested in doing this port for Rockchip (or Hisilicon
or i.MX...) but happy to help anyone that wants to use the dw-mipi-dsi
bridge driver :)
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