[PATCH 0/6] cpufreq: use generic cpufreq drivers forExynos4210platform

Kukjin Kim kgene at kernel.org
Wed Jun 3 16:22:05 PDT 2015

On 05/14/15 22:07, Kukjin Kim wrote:
> On 05/14/15 14:10, Viresh Kumar wrote:
>> On 14-05-15, 13:07, Kukjin Kim wrote:
>>> On 05/13/15 23:08, Bartlomiej Zolnierkiewicz wrote:
>>>> Hi,
>>> Hi Bart,
>>>> On Friday, April 03, 2015 06:43:43 PM Bartlomiej Zolnierkiewicz wrote:
>>>>> Hi,
>>>>> This patch series removes the use of Exynos4210 specific support
>>>>> from cpufreq-exynos driver and enables the use of cpufreq-dt driver
>>>>> for this platform.
>>>> Gentle Ping.  Mike/Kukjin/Viresh could you please review/ack relevant
>>>> patches (patches #1-3 are for clock subsystem, patches #4-5 for Exynos
>>>> mach/dts and patch #6 is for cpufreq subsystem)?
>> Sorry I thought I already Acked an older version of this set and so
>> didn't went for it again. Done now.
>>> Yes, I totally agreed with this patches for arch side changes and this
>>> approach when Thomas posted.
>>>> Also what is your
>>>> preferred way to upstream them (patches are not independent so it would
>>>> be best to merge them through one tree, otherwise synchronization of
>>>> git pulls between different subsystem trees will be needed)?
>>> I can provide topic branch for arch side changes even it is small. I
>>> think once Viresh and Mike make each topic branch based on -rc or the
>>> smallest changes from each subsystem then I could handle this series or
>>> Viresh or Mike need to handle this series with merging each topic
>>> branches in subsystem. I'm fine either way.
>>> Viresh and Mike, how do you think about that?
>> For cpufreq subsystem changes, you can take them in your tree.
> Hi Viresh, OK, I will take the cpufreq changes with your ack. Thanks for
> your confirmation.
> Hi Mike and Sylwester,
> How can we handle this series well without any problems? hmm...
Still I need to get clock guys' ack or any comments on this series...

- Kukjin

>>>> I'm still hoping that this patchset will make it into v4.2 as there are
>>>> no known issues with it (except minor coding nit for patch #5)...
>>> Sure, why not :-)

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