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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/4] New Qualcomm PMIC pin controller drivers
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Hi, 

On Wed, 2014-07-09 at 11:43 +0200, Linus Walleij wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 7, 2014 at 5:11 PM, Ivan T. Ivanov <iivanov@mm-sol.com> wrote:
>
> > This set of patches adds pin control drivers for Multi-purpose
> > pin (MPP) and General-purpose pin (GPIO) controllers found
> > in Qualcomm PMIC chips.
> >
> > MPP's are enhanced GPIO's with analog circuits, which support
> > following functions in addition to digital input/output: analog
> > input/output and current sinks.
> >
> > PMIC PM8941 have 8 MPP's and 36 GPIO's. PMIC PM8841 have 4 MPP's.
> >
> > Ivan T. Ivanov (4):
> > pinctrl: qpnp: Qualcomm PMIC pin controller driver
> > pinctrl: qcom: Add documentation for pinctrl-qpnp binding
> > pinctrl: qcom: Add PM8941 and PM8941 pinctrl drivers
> > ARM: dts: qcom: Add PM8941 and PM8841 pinctrl nodes
>
> Oh, I just spent some 45 minutes reviewing an 8xxx pinctrl driver from
> Björn Andersson
> that *seems* to be doing exactly the same thing.
>
> Now I have two drivers from people outside Qualcomm :-)
>
> Some of my review comments on Björn's driver (like using SI units with the pin
> config) are actually adressed in this patch set. The idea to split in subdrivers
> per-ASIC may be good? I don't really know.
>
> Can you two guys *PLEASE* join efforts and combine your drivers into one?

Not sure. Björn patches cover older PMIC chips, if not mistaken, mine
cover PMIC's used with APQ8074 and onward [1]. Main difference is
the bus which connects them to SoC, interrupts handling, runtime
pin type detection and register map.

Regards,
Ivan

[1] pm8019, pm8110, pm8226, pm8841, pm8916, pm8941, pm8994, pma8084,
pmd9635, pmd9635, pmi8962, pmi8994.

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