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SubjectRe: [PATCH F 12/12] OMAP2/3 McBSP: add temporary clockdomain fix for McBSP virtual clocks
Hi Russell,

On Sat, 31 Jan 2009, Russell King - ARM Linux wrote:

> On Wed, Jan 28, 2009 at 12:35:33PM -0700, Paul Walmsley wrote:
> > The McBSP driver uses virtual clocks to handle enabling and disabling
> > its hardware clocks. These virtual clocks have no associated
> > clockdomain. After commit 60b8b431e47d8c5b8c02a2e4fa9af388aae20790,
> > this prevents the McBSP clocks from registering correctly.
> > Resolve this for the short term by using virt_opp_clkdm for these clocks.
> > These McBSP virtual clocks should be removed, but such a fix would require
> > significant changes to the McBSP drivers that would require testing on
> > OMAP1, 2, and 3 platforms.
> With either my clkdev patches or the spinlock fixing for mcbsp, this patch
> seems to be redundant.

Indeed. It was included so the patch set would work if your tree didn't
have Stanley's McBSP patch applied; I don't think it's made it up to

- Paul

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