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SubjectRe: [RFC][PATCH 0/14] PM / shmobile: Pass power domain information via DT (was: Re: [RFD] PM: Device tree representation of power domains)
On Wed, Jul 25, 2012 at 05:38:35PM -0700, Kevin Hilman wrote:

> That being said, I'm not sure why ti,hwmods is being used as an example
> for powerdomains. hwmods describe the integration of SoC IP blocks
> (base addr, IRQ, DMA channel etc., which are being moved to DT) as well
> as a bunch of SoC specific PM register descriptions. This stuff is
> SoC-specific PM register layout, so being very SoC specific, it has the
> 'ti' prefix in the DT binding.

I think the thing here is that one aspect of that SoC integration is
which power domain the blocks are in. Describing which power domain an
IP is in isn't a million miles away from describing which hwmod applies
to an IP.
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