[PATCH 00/17] ARM: pxa: Use PWM lookup tables
robert.jarzmik at free.fr
Mon Oct 5 11:48:30 PDT 2015
Thierry Reding <thierry.reding at gmail.com> writes:
> Back when the PWM framework was introduced the concept of PWM lookup
> tables was added to allow board code to register a table of PWM devices
> and their association with consumers. The goal is to allow drivers to
> use a unified method to request PWM devices. At the same time, since no
> boards were exposing these tables, fallback code was kept in drivers to
> allow old code to remain functional. Unfortunately I got the numbering
> of PWM devices wrong, so all these boards should now be without working
> backlight control, though only a few cases have been fixed since, so I
> guess most of this hardware is largely unused.
> This series aims at finally fixing this up. It converts all PXA boards
> that hook up a pwm-backlight device to use the new PWM lookup tables.
> All patches have been compile-tested, but I don't have access to any of
> these boards, so I couldn't verify that they really work.
Thanks for this serie. I'll test it in the next days. It looks good to me, at
least the 5 patches I had a look into, so if it works on the 5 boards I have,
I'll queue it up in pxa/for-next.
PS: removed all the addresses at openezx.org, don't see to work, or at least
make my MTA very angry.
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