[PATCH 0/9] 83xx DTS fixes and v1 conversions

Kumar Gala galak at kernel.crashing.org
Tue Jan 29 03:09:43 EST 2008

On Jan 28, 2008, at 9:51 AM, Paul Gortmaker wrote:

> Kumar Gala wrote:
>> On Mon, 28 Jan 2008, Paul Gortmaker wrote:
>>> This series incorporates my earlier qe/muram fix before converting
>>> the existing mpc83xx DTS files to v1 format.  I've also redone the
>>> mpc834x_mds with the IRQs as decimal as per Kumar's comments and
>>> re-included that too.  I've kept each board as a separate commit
>>> in case one of them conflicts with what someone else is working on.
>>> Boards covered are: 8349mds, 8349mitx, 8349mitx-gp, 836x_mds,
>>> 8323_mds, 8323_rdb, and the 8313_rdb.  Plus a small tweak to the
>>> sbc8349 (it was already v1 -- but IRQs were in hex.)
>>> I've fed all the files to DTC before and after to ensure the
>>> output is the same after the conversion.
>>> I'm not aware of any explicit rules for what is hex vs decimal.
>>> I've tried to keep things that are usually discussed in decimal
>>> as decimal quantities (i.e. cache size, IRQ, counts, indicies)
>>> and all other data that you'd normally expect in hex (addresses,
>>> IRQ flags, masks) as hex -- including prefixing 0x on values from
>>> zero to 10 where it tends to make rows of numbers (e.g. ranges)
>>> align for better readability, even though it isn't required.
>> Can you regen these patches (2..9) againast my latest tree.  Also, a
>> single patch that cleans up all the boards is sufficient.
> The patches should be current to your tree still as of today; they  
> are based on:
> f09f415ea23272ae68f9322f90246680d46f4868        not-for-merge
> branch 'for-2.6.25' of git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/ 
> galak/powerpc
> My patch #1 with all four qe/muram boards was posted earlier here:
> http://ozlabs.org/pipermail/linuxppc-dev/2008-January/050767.html
> Let me know what you need them based against and I can respin
> as required.

I've pushed out a bunch of stuff today.

commit 390167efa329d11099957108fc23d1ad15c3f37e

I'm expect a respin since the patches don't currently apply to my tree.

- k

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