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SubjectRe: [PATCH 2/2] pinctrl: mediatek: Adjust mt8173 pinctrl kconfig
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Hi Arnd,

Thanks for your suggestion.

On Mon, 2015-03-09 at 21:36 +0100, Arnd Bergmann wrote:
> On Friday 06 March 2015 14:24:51 Yingjoe Chen wrote:
> > Linus,
> > This one make PINCTRL_MT8173 option user selectable and is based on
> > mtk-staging in your tree. If you think this is OK, please applied or
> > squash this into previous change. Thanks.
>
> The patch looks good in principle, just two small comments
>
> > --------------------------------------------------
>
> To simplify the job for Linus here, please start the line above
> with
>
> 8<------
>
> (a stylized pair if scissors)
>
> which is the magic that git-am looks for.

Will do next time.


<...>
> You have slightly different logic here: PINCTRL_MT8135 will
> always be enabled when COMPILE_TEST is on, while PINCTRL_MT8173
> is enabled by default in this case, but can be turned off.
> Neither of them is what you really want, which would be
>
> config PINCTRL_MT8135
> bool "Mediatek MT8135 pin control"
> depends on MACH_MT8135 || COMPILE_TEST
> default MACH_MT8135
> select PINCTRL_MTK_COMMON
>
> config PINCTRL_MT8135
> bool "Mediatek MT8173 pin control"
> depends on MACH_MT8173 || COMPILE_TEST
> default MACH_MT8173
> select PINCTRL_MTK_COMMON
>
> This way, the options are only enabled by default if MACH_MT8135
> or MACH_MT8173 are enabled, but you are free to enable or disable
> them when COMPILE_TEST is set. Alternatively, you can do
>
> config PINCTRL_MT8135
> bool "Mediatek MT8135 pin control" if COMPILE_TEST && !MACH_MT8135
> default MACH_MT8135
> select PINCTRL_MTK_COMMON
>
> config PINCTRL_MT8135
> bool "Mediatek MT8173 pin control" if COMPILE_TEST && !MACH_MT8173
> default MACH_MT8173
> select PINCTRL_MTK_COMMON
>
> which will let you turn on the options if COMPILE_TEST is set, but not
> let you turn them off when the drivers are required.

Yes, this is preferred. Because we don't have MACH_MT8173, so it is
possible a ARM64 + ARCH_MEDIATEK system doesn't need PINCTRL_MT8173, so
we still need 2 slightly different logic. Is it OK if I do this?
Also add some comments so future SoCs can follow the correct template.

# For ARMv7 SoCs
config PINCTRL_MT8135
bool "Mediatek MT8135 pin control" if COMPILE_TEST && !MACH_MT8135
default MACH_MT8135
select PINCTRL_MTK_COMMON

# For ARMv8 SoCs
config PINCTRL_MT8173
bool "Mediatek MT8173 pin control"
depends on ARM64 || COMPILE_TEST
default ARM64
select PINCTRL_MTK_COMMON

Joe.C




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