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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/3] ARM: dts: the dts support for rk3288 firefly reload
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Thank you for you review, HeiKo


On 07/08/2016 05:35 AM, Heiko Stuebner wrote:
> Hi Randy,
>
> Am Donnerstag, 7. Juli 2016, 02:22:57 schrieb Randy Li:
>> The rk3288 firefly reload is a Rockchip RK3288 based board be found by
>> core board and main board. The regulators are connected in a different
>> way to the previous version of firefly boards, it is necessary to
>> move some common code to uncommon place.
>>
>> I only tested the ethernet and confirmed that works.
>> The usb in this board won't caused by the bugs in the driver.
>>
>> This version follow the suggests from Heiko Stuebner,
>> except the duplicated supply name problem, I don't think
>> it could be fixed in that way.
> I've now had a chance to look at that reload board on the firefly site.
> Firefly also is the company name, so a board named that way is not
> necessarily a "variant" :-) .
>
> And looking at the "reload" board this definitly seems to be a very
> different product with it being a system-on-module+baseboard design with
> additional peripherals like that sata bridge, camera interfaces and probably
sata bridge is just a SATA to usb bridge and the "reload" bring back the
DVP camera interface and
a HDMI rx chip connected to the other MIPI camera interface.
> more.
>
> As you might've seen, most Rockchip boards are based on some reference-
> design, so are similar in a big part of their core layout.
Yes, from the evb. But the even the main board of evb in rockchip
company have at lease 3 versions
as I known.
Also the evb is found by power board, main board and core board.
> So, looking at the vastly different product the reload is, I'd really like
> to have a separate dts for the reload, to not run into more confusing
> differences later on.
The main problem is that power connections are different. That is why I
decide to make a
separate dts. If the kernel introduce the override dts, I could have a
better way to implement
it.
> Also, when adding a new board, please also add an entry to
> Documentation/devicetree/bindingd/arm/rockchip.txt
I would send a patch set in a few days.
> Thanks
> Heiko
Thank you for you review and you patient again
Randy

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