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SubjectRe: PATCH add support for system on chip (SoC) devices.
On Apr 8, 2005, at 9:19 AM, Ian Molton wrote:

> Hi.
> This patch add support for a new 'System on Chip' or SoC bus type.
> This allows common drivers used in different SoC devices to be shared
> in
> a clean and healthy manner, for example, the MMC function on toshiba
> t7l66xb, tc6393xb, and Compaq IPAQ ASIC3.
> This is in common use in the CVS tree.
> The only real issue is that drivers using this currently tend to assume
> that the SoC is attached to a platfrom_bus. This can be resolved as and
> when it becomes an issue for people.

What is wrong with using platform_device for this? We have been doing
that on PPC for SoCs for a few months now and I'm pretty sure ARM has
been doing this even longer.

- kumar

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