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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/2] add support for partial pin space
On Tue, Jan 3, 2012 at 8:47 AM, Chanho Park <> wrote:

> A pin space of current pinctrl driver always start with zero-based pin
> number. And pins are enumerated from 0 to a max pin number. If there are
> two pins (one is 0, another is 1000), we always enumerate from 0 to 1000
> for just only two pins. This patch enables to start non-zero based pin
> number and to enumerate actually owned pins.
> For example, there is a system which has huge(500 or 1000) pins. If muxing
> or controlling pins are small, we just define such small pins instead of
> whole pins.

Seems like you're fixing my code to do what was originally intended :-)

The maxpin member was something I introduced for sparse ranges
which would auto-register "dummy pins" for those not included in the

That doesn't quite work, so was left behind.

I'll try applying the patches and see what happens.

Linus Walleij

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