Re: [PATCH 0/8] ARM: at91/dt: make use of periph id macros

From: boris brezillon
Date: Fri Aug 02 2013 - 05:05:08 EST

Hello Richard,

On 01/08/2013 09:37, Richard Genoud wrote:
2013/8/1 Boris BREZILLON <b.brezillon@xxxxxxxxxxx>:

This patch series move at91 SoCs peripheral id definitions from machine
specific include dir to dt-bindings include dir.
These macros are used to reference interrupts instead of peripheral numbers.

This makes dt definitions cleaner and easier to debug (one can easily tell if
the peripheral macro used to reference an interrupt line is not the good one).

These macros will be used for clk definitions and references too.

I am not sure 'include/dt-bindings/at91/xxx' is the best place to put these
definitions as there are no soc specific directories in dt-bindings include
dir right now. Maybe something like 'include/dt-bindings/soc/at91/xxx' or
'include/dt-bindings/peripherals/at91/xxx' would be better.
What do you think ?
Well, I'd rather use "atmel" than "at91" because, AFAIK, this prefix
has been dropped for new atmel SoCs (sama5 for instance).

Should I do the same for at91 clk series (replace drivers/clk/at91 directory
by drivers/clk/atmel and include/linux/clk/at91_pmc.h by
include/linux/clk/atmel_pmc.h) ?

my 2 cents...


Best Regards,

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