[PATCH v2] ARM: dts: aspeed: tyan-s7106: Update nct7802 config
osk at google.com
Fri Nov 5 14:28:43 AEDT 2021
> I test the kernels independently of yocto; I recommend doing that with
> a cross compiler when submitting patches upstream. My flow looks like
> A few notes:
> - I use the cross compiler from my distro. Debian unstable has GCC
> 11.2.0, which is the same as openbmc. You can use the compiler from
> your openbmc build tree if you aren't able to install a modern
I couldn't figure out how to use the compiler from the OpenBMC tree.
The biggest issue is that it has "openbmc" in its name and Linux build
was getting confused by it. I gave up on that approach and found how
to install the right cross compiler in our environment. That worked
well. Thanks for the hints!
> - building with -s means warnings stand out
Excellent idea, thank you!
> - if you're working on device trees and want to ensure your binary is
> being built each time, omit the -s and build the 'dtbs' target
I'll send a PATCH v3 now.
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