Re: [RFC v1] MFD: Change TWL6025 references to TWL6032

From: Graeme Gregory
Date: Thu Jun 13 2013 - 11:18:09 EST

On Thu, Jun 13, 2013 at 01:21:01PM +0300, Oleksandr Kozaruk wrote:
> On 06/07/2013 05:44 PM, gg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> >On 2013-06-07 15:36, Mark Brown wrote:
> >>On Fri, Jun 07, 2013 at 01:53:10PM +0300, Oleksandr Kozaruk wrote:
> >>>From: Graeme Gregory <gg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> >>>
> >>>The TWL6025 was never released beyond sample form and was replaced by
> >>>the PhoenixLite range of chips - TWL6032. Change the references to
> >>>reference the TWL6032 class and name the registers to twl6032
> >>>in line with
> >>>an actual released chip name to avoid confusion.
> >>>
> >>>Currently there is no users of TWL6025 in the code.
> >>
> >>Given that the chip exists even if not widely distributed it seems as
> >>well to keep the twl6025 references in there at least in the device ID
> >>table - it won't do any harm to people using the twl6032 name and might
> >>help someone who happens to pick up an old board for whatever reason.
> >
> >I do not think any "old boards" exist, it really was a limited run!
> >
> >Graeme
> >
> Hello Mark, Graeme,
> Taking in account that:
> - there is no hardware to test twl6025, testing is not possible;
> - there is no documentation for twl6025, and if there are any
> changes to twl6032 is not known;
> - twl6032 is available, and in production, twl6025 is not even found
> on <>
> So, what do you think, can this change be accepted?
> // I apologize for sending personal e-mails, not to the mail list

I have never seen a twl6025 board, it only ever existed AFAIK in lab samples
which were used on a generic carrier board. twl6032 was the actual production


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