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SubjectRe: [PATCH] spi: reorganize drivers
On Mon, 6 Jun 2011 11:00:38 +0200, Arnd Bergmann wrote:
> On Sunday 05 June 2011, Grant Likely wrote:
> > rename drivers/spi/{omap2_mcspi.c => spi_omap2_mcspi.c} (100%)
> > rename drivers/spi/{omap_spi_100k.c => spi_omap_100k.c} (100%)
> > rename drivers/spi/{omap_uwire.c => spi_omap_uwire.c} (100%)
> > rename drivers/spi/{orion_spi.c => spi_orion.c} (100%)
> > rename drivers/spi/{amba-pl022.c => spi_pl022.c} (100%)
> > rename drivers/spi/{pxa2xx_spi.c => spi_pxa2xx.c} (100%)
> > rename drivers/spi/{pxa2xx_spi_pci.c => spi_pxa2xx_pci.c} (100%)
> > rename drivers/spi/{ti-ssp-spi.c => spi_ti_ssp.c} (100%)
> > rename drivers/spi/{tle62x0.c => spi_tle62x0.c} (100%)
> > rename drivers/spi/{xilinx_spi.c => spi_xilinx.c} (100%)
>
> I recently looked at the directory structure in drivers/ and found a lot
> of bus drivers with very few files, plus a few bus drivers with a lot
> of files in them besides directories for non-bus specific subsystems.
>
> I think it would be good to move them into a deeper directory drivers/bus/
> if we have support from the maintainers, and it's probably better if we
> only have to move the files once to reduce the amount of churn on the
> MAINTAINERS file and any out of tree patches.
>
> Specifically, I'd like to do these moves:
>
> drivers/{ => bus}/amba
> drivers/{ => bus}/dio
> drivers/{ => bus}/eisa
> drivers/{ => bus}/firewire
> drivers/{ => bus}/i2c
> drivers/{ => bus}/mca
> drivers/{ => bus}/nubus
> drivers/{ => bus}/pcmcia
> drivers/{ => bus}/rapidio
> drivers/{ => bus}/sbus
> drivers/{ => bus}/spi
> drivers/{ => bus}/ssb
> drivers/{ => bus}/tc
> drivers/{ => bus}/uwb
> drivers/{ => bus}/virtio
> drivers/{ => bus}/vlync
> drivers/{ => bus}/w1
> drivers/{ => bus}/zorro
>
> This leaves out the two most common buses, USB and PCI, mostly because
> the directories contain a lot of stuff that is not really bus code
> but actual drivers. It does include i2c and spi, which stick out by
> being a lot larger than most others.
>
> Opinions? Move or don't move?

No opinion, I just don't care.

--
Jean Delvare


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