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SubjectRe: [PATCH v2 0/7] Add a generic struct clk
On Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 3:26 PM, Mike Turquette <> wrote:
> Hi all,
> The goal of this series is to provide a cross-platform clock framework
> that platforms can use to model their clock trees and perform common
> operations on them.  Currently everyone re-invents their own clock tree
> inside platform code which makes it impossible for drivers to use the
> clock APIs safely across many platforms and for distro's to compile
> multi-platform kernels which all redefine struct clk and its operations.
> This is the second version of the common clock patches which were
> originally posted by Jeremy Kerr and then re-posted with some additional
> patches by Mark Brown.  Mark's re-post didn't have any changes done to
> the original four patches from Jeremy which is why this series is "v2".
> The changes in this series are minimal: I've folded in some of Mark's
> fixes and most of the comments posted to his series as well as rebasing
> on top of v3.1-rc7.  The design and functionality hasn't changed much
> since Jeremy posted v1 of this series.  Propagating the rate change up
> to the parent has been removed from clk_set_rate since that needs some
> more thought.  I also dropped Mark's change to append a device's name to
> a clk name since device tree might solve this neatly.  Again more
> discussion around that would be good.

For convenience these patches can be found at:

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