[PATCH v3 1/6] PCI: rockchip: Create individual folder for rockchip drivers

Lorenzo Pieralisi lorenzo.pieralisi at arm.com
Thu Mar 22 04:30:00 PDT 2018

On Thu, Mar 22, 2018 at 09:03:58AM +0800, Shawn Lin wrote:


> How about renaming drivers/pci/host to drivers/pci/controller,
> and then put all pcie-rockchip* files in there, then we don't
> need add seperate directory containning trivial Kconfig, Makefile.

Yes we can do that but not at -rc6 tail end.

> >>Certainly, I could do that beased on your suggestion, but I would like
> >>to know if this's the final agreement both you and Lorenzo reached. :)
> >
> >Or we can add all EP drivers into drivers/pci/endpoint but then the problem
> >is how to share code between host and endpoint directories and it starts
> >feeling like we are going round in circles.
> I would prefer to rename it to endpoint-framwrok or whatever to clearly
> states it is for framework but not the drivers. All the drivers
> whichever for host or endpoint should be in controller directory.
> >
> >I can merge this series as-is as long as we will rework the directory
> >structure according to this discussion (given that's already late -rc6
> >so directory moves/renames can be disrupting - if feasible at all).
> This sounds super great to me to make this series into -next for some
> days before hitting into v4.17. Then we could simultaneously head up to
> see how we could move forward with this.

Send a last version asap and I will try to merge it for this cycle,
keeping in mind that what we discussed above must be implemented as
soon as a new cycle starts.


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