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SubjectRe: patch "U6715 8250 serial like driver" added to gregkh-2.6 tree
> > I think what you need to keep this clean is to create a
> > port->set_termios() for the 8250 port (akin to
> > port->serial_in/serial_out) which does the specials you need each end and
> > calls the standard serial8250_set_termios)
> >
> I don't think so, call a function which compute clock each time
> we access UART registers isn't optimal, another function to overload ?

set_termios() gets called once at init time and once each time a
caller requests a change in serial parameters. That's not usually
considered a hot path. I'm not suggesting you hide it in the register
methods but add ->set_termios as a method that can be overridden, plus
export the existing one so you can wrap it.

If you can't detect the chip then create yourself a u6715 driver file
which registers the ports you have and specifies the relevant
serial_in/out methods and other detail as well as containing the board
specific routines needed.

See arch/arm/mach-omap2/serial.c for a ARM example doing this, where all
the chip knowledge is nicely buried away in the platform support.

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