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SubjectRe: OpPoint summary
Hi!

> >Care to resend your patches in the proper format, through email so that
> >we can see them, and possibly get some testing in -mm if they look sane?
>
> Greg,
> here's the patch that implements operating points for different
> frequencies
> for the speedstep-centrino line of processors. Operating points are created
> in much the same manner that cpufreq tables are. This works for both
> simple implementations like the centrino and more complex SoC systems
> like the arm-pxa72x which has several clocks to control, and different clock
> divisors and multipliers.

> +static struct oppoint lowest = {
> + .name = "lowest",
> + .type = PM_FREQ_CHANGE,
> + .frequency = 0,
> + .voltage = 0,
> + .latency = 15,
> + .prepare_transition = cpufreq_prepare_transition,
> + .transition = centrino_transition,
> + .finish_transition = cpufreq_finish_transition,
> +};

We had nice, descriptive interface... with numbers. Now you want to
introduce english state names... looks like a step back to me.

Pavel
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