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SubjectRe: [RFCv2 00/14]
On 1/23/2012 10:53 PM, Rob Herring wrote:
> On 01/23/2012 03:07 PM, Grant Likely wrote:
>> Hey everyone,
>> Here's the second RFC for the irq_domain patches. I could use some
>> help testing now. I still expect there will be a few bugs. The
>> series is based on v3.3-rc1, and I've pushed it out to my git server:
>> git:// irqdomain/next
> Can you post to linux-arm-kernel too so people are aware of this work
> and stop posting dead-end irqdomain patches.

Good point, I have two pending series that are using the
irq_domain_add() so far, so it will be good to have that branch pulled
in arm-soc.

> I tested what you had as of this morning and it works fine for me. Looks
> like the only diff is the VExpress code. I'm working on rebasing my
> domain support for generic irqchip now.

In fact your generic irqchip should even avoid us to use
irq_domain_add_legacy() since both GPIO and OMAP3 intc are already using
the irqchip.

I guess you are not going to change the interface so the patches I did
on your previous branch to try them should be good already, isn't it?


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