[PATCH linux dev-4.10 v3 0/3] Clean up mach-aspeed/aspeed.c

Joel Stanley joel at jms.id.au
Tue Jun 6 17:37:38 AEST 2017

On Mon, Jun 5, 2017 at 5:48 PM, Andrew Jeffery <andrew at aj.id.au> wrote:
> On Fri, 2017-05-05 at 12:12 +0930, Andrew Jeffery wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Here's v3 of the series cleaning up the board file given functionality we now
>> have in the tree. Between patches acked and applied from v1 and v2, there's
>> only Barreleye left. I've dug into the archives and Cc'ed Ken and John so they
>> can provide feedback if they have availability.
>> A slip of the fingers meant that v2 didn't actually get Cc'ed to the list, so
>> apologies for that. Xo kindly Cc'ed his replies so the acks at least saw the
>> light of day.
>> Again, the controversial patch is the debounce patch for BMC_PWBTN_IN_N, which
>> changes how the GPIO is exposed to userspace (and so needs a corresponding
>> userspace update). I'm hoping Brad can give feedback or start the discussion to
>> coordinate the userspace change.
>> Cheers,
>> Andrew
> Joel, I'd like to see at least the first two patches taken. Hopefully
> some of the GPIO work that Brad was involved in can be applied to the
> Barreleye userspace so we can also take the third patch.
>> Andrew Jeffery (3):
>>   aspeed: barreleye: Remove unnecessary GPIO configuration
>>   aspeed: barreleye: Passthrough debounce isn't required
> Take the above two with some testing.

Those two have been merged into 4.10. They are not part of the kernel
bump I sent today, but will be part of the next.

>>   aspeed: barreleye: Debounce BMC_PWBTN_IN_N through devicetree
> Take this one once we we're ready in userspace.

Cool. Is there a ticket open to track that work?



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