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SubjectRe: [PATCH V2 09/12] dtb: amd: Add KCS device tree node

On 02/09/2016 10:00 AM, Arnd Bergmann wrote:
> The important part for interrupt/reg/... names is that you must use exactly the
> names that are listed in the binding. If there is no name in there, it's better
> not to add the name property.
> The other point is that "ipmi_kcs" is a name that is picked really badly, as it
> uses a '_' character while DT properties by convention use '-' between names,
> and the name of the IRQ is the same as the device itself, which is really
> not a useful way to disambiguate multiple interrupts in the same device, if
> someone ever adds another irq line.

Sure we will drop the name field. Thanks.

> Arnd

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