[PATCH] drm: rcar-du: Add r8a77980 support
kieran.bingham+renesas at ideasonboard.com
Thu Sep 12 10:26:35 UTC 2019
(pulling in +Geert for his opinion on compatible string usages)
On 12/09/2019 11:00, Sergei Shtylyov wrote:> Hello!
> On 11.09.2019 22:25, Kieran Bingham wrote:
>> Add direct support for the r8a77980 (V3H).
>> The V3H shares a common, compatible configuration with the r8a77970
>> (V3M) so that device info structure is reused.
> Do we really need to add yet another compatible in this case?
> I just added r8a77970 to the compatible prop in the r8a77980 DT. That's why
> a patch like this one didn't get posted by me.
It's not just about the compatible string for me here,
There is no indication in the driver that it supports the r8a77980, and
no comment in the driver to explain that the r8a77980 is shared by the
This patch makes that explicit at the driver.
Also - I am considering sending a patch (that I've already created
anyway) to remove the r8a77970 reference from the
This is the *only* non r8a77980 reference in this file, so it seems very
out of place.
In fact more so than that - except for a seemingly glaring typo, that
I'll investigate and send a patch for next, this is the *only* cross-soc
for f in $files;
soc=`basename $f .dtsi | sed 's/-.*//'`
echo "F: $f soc: $soc";
# Find all references to all socs, then hide 'this' soc
grep r8a77 $f | grep -v $soc
> F: r8a774a1.dtsi soc: r8a774a1
> F: r8a774c0.dtsi soc: r8a774c0
> F: r8a7795-es1.dtsi soc: r8a7795
> F: r8a7795.dtsi soc: r8a7795
> F: r8a7796.dtsi soc: r8a7796
> F: r8a77965.dtsi soc: r8a77965
> * Based on r8a7796.dtsi
> F: r8a77970.dtsi soc: r8a77970
> compatible = "renesas,pwm-r8a7790", "renesas,pwm-rcar";
> F: r8a77980.dtsi soc: r8a77980
> F: r8a77990.dtsi soc: r8a77990
> F: r8a77995.dtsi soc: r8a77995
>> Signed-off-by: Kieran Bingham <kieran.bingham+renesas at ideasonboard.com>
> MBR, Sergei
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