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SubjectRe: [PATCH 05/73] ARM: ux500: Vsmps3 controlled by SysClkReq1
On Tue, Feb 26, 2013 at 09:44:12AM +0000, Lee Jones wrote:

> Okay, I've just re-read this thread and it appears you're both talking
> about different things.

> Linus is talking about a discussion with Bengt regarding how these
> strange sysclkreq thingies work. When I first read the code they
> appear to be equivalent to GPIO regulators, but in actual fact the
> hardware logic is different on enable/disable. So they probably don't
> belong in regulator code at all.

> Where as, Mark is complaining about how the regulators are initialised
> by lots of magic register writes during init. Although, comments are

I'm actually complaining about both things.

> inserted for each of the values, they're by no means exhaustive and
> aren't really even helpful if you don't have the uber-s3cr3t design
> specification. What he would like to see is that most of this stuff
> being handled by the framework. Some of this stuff is clearly only
> setting voltages and power-states and the like.

Right, it's the voltages and so on - the stuff that's clearly already in
the framework domain.
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