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SubjectRe: [RFC PATCHv2 0/4] Support for OTP memory
On Thu, Mar 24, 2011 at 11:21, Jamie Iles wrote:
> Following some feedback from Greg, I've updated this series to be more
> of a generic OTP layer.  Everything is now registered under the "otp"
> bus and I've also converted the blackfin OTP driver to use this
> framework (which is the only current OTP driver I could find).

really, i'm the only one who wrote a driver ? that's boring.

i guess this isnt trying to handle OTP stuff that exists in the MTD
layer already ?

> Mike, I wasn't 100% sure how big the blackfin OTP is but I found a
> datasheet talking about 64KB so I've assumed that for now.

the datasheets say 64K *bits* :). i think all our datasheets tend to
use bits rather than bytes because they're stupid and bigger numbers
always means better parts !

but yes, on-chip OTP on all relevant Blackfin parts today are 8KiB in
size. 0x200 128bit pages is how things are organized.
-mike
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