[RFC PATCH 0/1] Categorize ARM dts directory
matthias.bgg at gmail.com
Thu Apr 27 00:37:01 PDT 2023
On 25/04/2023 17:57, Rob Herring wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 25, 2023 at 2:28 AM Geert Uytterhoeven <geert at linux-m68k.org> wrote:
>> Hi Rob,
>> On Tue, Apr 25, 2023 at 12:16 AM Rob Herring <robh+dt at kernel.org> wrote:
>>> I have a script that does the conversion written the last time this
>>> came up. Just have to agree on directory names. I think the easiest
>>> would be for Arnd/Olof to run it at the end of a merge window before
>> "emev2" and "sh7" are missing for renesas.
> No doubt it's been bitrotting (or I may have missed some).
>> Does your script also cater for .dts files not matching any pattern,
>> but including a .dtsi file that does match a pattern?
> I assume I built everything after moving, but maybe not...
> That's all just "details". First, we need agreement on a) moving
> things to subdirs and b) doing it 1-by-1 or all at once. So far we've
> been stuck on a) for being 'too much churn'.
I think it makes sense to move them and probably the best way to do so is, as
you proposed: that Arnd or Olof run the script to move them just before -rc1
> One nice thing with subdirs is 'make CHECK_DTBS=y
> arch/arm/boot/dts/foo/' can build everything for a platform family
> without having to mess with the kconfig. Maybe most folks don't care,
> but I do. My CI job running schema checks looks like this to deal with
> grouping the arm dts files (this list is probably out of date too, but
> less so):
> if [ "$ARCH" = "arm" ]; then
> VENDOR_LIST="alphascale alpine artpec aspeed axm bcm cx9
> (ecx|highbank) \
> efm ep7 imx1 imx23 imx28 imx27 imx5 imx6 imx7 ls vf qcom \
> nspire armada dove kirkwood orion mvebu mmp2 berlin pxa
> (arm-|integ|mps|ve) \
> exynos s3c s5p gemini (hisi|hi3|hip) mt meson moxa nuvo
> lpc owl ox8 \
> (r7|r8|r9|emev2|sh73a|gr-|iwg) (rk|rv11) socfpga stm
> (sti|st-pin) ste \
> spear (sun|axp) tegra uniph (vt8500|wm8) xen zynq"
> VENDOR_LIST=$(ls arch/$ARCH/boot/dts/ | xargs)
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