[PATCH 0/7] pinctrl: Fixes for AST2600 support
andrew at aj.id.au
Wed Oct 16 22:41:48 AEDT 2019
On Wed, 16 Oct 2019, at 21:49, Linus Walleij wrote:
> On Tue, Oct 8, 2019 at 6:41 AM Andrew Jeffery <andrew at aj.id.au> wrote:
> > This series resolves several issues found in testing by Johnny Huang from
> > ASPEED, who also contributed the patches to fix them. We'll have more patches
> > from him in the near future (which I'm pretty happy about).
> > The major issue resolved is the way I grouped the eMMC pins. What I had was
> > ugly and I want to get rid of it before the binding is solidified with the 5.4
> > release.
> Should some of these go in with fixes? All of them? Or just some?
> I applied them to devel right now (for v5.5).
I was hoping to get them into the 5.4 fixes branch: I consider them all fixes - the rework of the eMMC pin groups and functions is a fix for the binding. The rest are fixes for the driver itself. My preference is that they get into a release sooner rather than later.
It's there something that makes you think they shouldn't be merged as fixes for 5.4?
> > The remaining fixes are minor issues that stem from lack of documentation or
> > understanding on my part, and at least one brain-fart.
> Do they need to go in to v5.4 or not?
> I need a shortlist of anything that should go into v5.4 if anything.
IMO all of them should go into 5.4, as above. It's there something I can do in the future to communicate this better? Explicit shortlist in the cover letter? Fixes tags on the relevant patches? Keen to make things easier/more obvious if I can.
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