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SubjectRe: [RFC PATCH 0/1] Portable Device Tree Connector -- conceptual
On Sat, Jul 02, 2016 at 04:55:49PM -0700, wrote:

> This is an extremely simple example to illustrate the concepts. It is not
> meant to represent the complexity of a real board.
> To start with, assume that the device that will eventually be on a daughter
> board is first soldered onto the mother board. The mother board contains
> two devices connected via bus spi_1. One device is described in the .dts
> file, the other is described in an included .dtsi file.
> Then the device tree files will look like:

Can I suggest not using SPI as an example here? It's particularly
messy since addresses are essentially just a random signal that can be
totally separate to the controller hardware which might be adding more
complexity early on in building up your model than is really desirable.
It will need to be dealt with but perhaps not right now. I2C might be

The initial issue with SPI is that you really need to do something like
bring out individual slots on the bus rather than the bus as a whole
since you're going to need a remapping layer to map chip selects on the
module to chip selects on the host board.
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