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Subject[CFT] Clean up yenta_socket
Patch set:

http://patches.arm.linux.org.uk/pcmcia/yenta-20030817*

The tar file contains all patches.

This is a patch set aimed to cleaning up the yenta controller quirks,
working around some of the warts which have appeared (eg, overwriting
of yenta_operations init pointer.) and adding better power management
support.

Unfortunately, since my laptop continues to have an argument with the
2.6 kernel APM, I am unable to properly test the suspend/hibernate/resume
functionality.

yenta-20030817-1-zv.diff

Use #defined constants for TI ZV initialisation

yenta-20030817-2-override.diff

Clean up yenta overrides - move the quirks to the main
PCI ID table, and list the quirks by type.

yenta-20030817-3-sockinit.diff

Move socket initialisation to the quirk table.

yenta-20030817-4-pm.diff

Add per-quirk power management (to aid saving/restoring
controller specific state.) Also, add proper pci state
saving/restoring. Note that Cardbus bridges have to
save and restore at least 0x48 bytes of configuration
space, not 0x40. WIBNI pci_save_state/pci_restore_state
took "start, length" parameters...

yenta-20030817-5-pm2.diff

Remove PM restore from socket initialisation; less reason
for socket initialisation to vary between controller types
now. In fact, we could very well get rid of much of the
TI-specific socket initialisation quirk handling, since
TI realised that they should be more compatible with other
implementations in later versions of their bridges.

yenta-20030817-6-init.diff

Move re-initialisation from the socket init/resume paths to
where it belongs - the main initialisation path.

yenta-20030817-7-quirks.diff

Move more controllers to the more advanced quirks.

--
Russell King (rmk@arm.linux.org.uk) The developer of ARM Linux
http://www.arm.linux.org.uk/personal/aboutme.html

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