[PATCH V2 1/3] ASoC: bcm2835: move to use the clock framework
kernel at martin.sperl.org
Sat Feb 13 00:51:21 PST 2016
> On 13.02.2016, at 01:47, Eric Anholt <eric at anholt.net> wrote:
> Martin Sperl <kernel at martin.sperl.org> writes:
>> Problem is that we need the VC4 bus-address (0x7e203000),
>> which is the actual <reg> value from the device tree without any
>> Not the ARM MMU visible address mappings that mem->start provides
>> (typically 0x20203000 or 0x3f203000 for bcm2836)
>> Nor the mapped address (base) available in the kernel (typically
> Now that I've noticed the BCM2835_VCMMU_SHIFT removal, this makes sense,
> but when you put unrelated changes like this together you end up slowing
> down the review process on your patches. Please separate it out into a
> separate commit.
OK - I agree: I really should have separated those, but as the
driver was broken for both reasons and the MMU_SHIFT was the earliest
fix I forgot about it when I got the final version for submission.
Anyway: Mark has already applied this patch on January 15th into for-next:
so it should go into the next release...
So unless Mark wants to revert it and have two separate patches
instead, I guess we need to leave it like it is.
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