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SubjectRe: [PATCH 00/19] OMAP: DSS2 v5 intro
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Tomi,

could you please kindly ask Stephen (CCed) to include the DSS2 tree into
linux-next, because you are going to merge it the next merge window, and
there does not seem to be any blocker for this.

Being in linux-next for a while is really important.

On Mon, 2009-11-09 at 13:45 +0200, Tomi Valkeinen wrote:
> This patch set implement new display subsystem driver (DSS2) and omapfb driver
> for OMAP2/3. The patches have been reviewed on linux-omap and linux-fbdev-devel
> mailing lists. The patches can also be found from master branch in
> http://gitorious.org/linux-omap-dss2/linux. The branch is based on the
> linux-next tree.
>
> The patches include DSS documentation patch that includes more instructions for
> module parameters, sysfs files etc.
>
> The patches enable DSS2 for OMAP3430 SDP board and support for other boards can
> be sent after the DSS2 has been merged. DSS2 is used in various boards, for
> example Nokia N900, Beagle Board and Overo.
>
> I don't currently have any OMAP2 board to test DSS2, but it has worked on OMAP2
> and the possible fixes needed should be minimal.
>
> OMAP1 is not supported, and so the old DSS needs to be used on OMAP1 boards. My
> longer term plan is to move all OMAP2 stuff from the old DSS to the new one,
> and then shrink the old DSS to support OMAP1 only.
>
> DSS2 is partly based on the old omapfb driver by Imre Deak, and Imre has also
> contributed to DSS2 quite a bit. Ville Syrjälä has been contributing to scaling
> and tv-out work, and Topi Pohjolainen to VRFB. Also some contributions have
> been made by Hardik Shah, Vaibhav Hiremath, and perhaps some others that I have
> forgotten =).

Tomi,

could you please kindly ask Stephen (CCed) to include the DSS2 tree into
linux-next, because you are going to merge it the next merge window, and
there does not seem to be any blocker for this.

Being in linux-next for a while is really important.

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Best Regards,
Artem Bityutskiy (Артём Битюцкий)

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