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SubjectRe: [PATCH 00/18] OMAP: DSS2: Intro

Op 31 aug 2009, om 11:23 heeft Artem Bityutskiy het volgende geschreven:

> On 08/28/2009 03:25 PM, 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
>> The patches include DSS documentation patch that includes more
>> instructions for
>> module parameters, sysfs files etc.
>> The patches enable DSS2 for OMAP3430 SDP board. 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.
>> 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. Also some contributions have been made by Hardik
>> Shah, Vaibhav
>> Hiremath, and perhaps some others that I have forgotten =).
> Tony, Andrew,
> how could we merge this code (unless there are requests to change
> something, which
> does not seem to be the case.). It seems like there is no maintainer
> who could
> merge this. Or there is? Would Tomi need to send a direct pull
> request to Linus,
> or this could got via Tony?
> We are using DSS2 in Nokia for about a year already. N900 is using
> this
> code, for example. Other (non-Nokia) projects are using DSS2 as well.
> The code was public for long time and was sent several times for
> review.

With my beagleboard hat on: I agree with Artem, let's get this merged.
I hope other TI folk can put their TI hat on and say something nice
about dss2 as well :)



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