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SubjectRe: [PATCH v2 15/18] drivers/fsi: Add documentation for GPIO based FSI master
On Wed, Jan 18, 2017 at 8:11 PM, Jeremy Kerr <jk@ozlabs.org> wrote:
> Hi Chris,
>
> From this:
>
>>> +
>>> +The standard FSI master node
>>> +----------------------------
>>> +This node describes a FSI master implmemented fully in hardware
>>> +with dedicated input/output pins required for its function (i.e.
>>> +not using generic GPIO pins).
>>> +Required property:
>>> + compatible = "ibm,fsi-master"
>
> and this:
>
>>> +Example:
>>> +
>>> +fsi-master {
>>> + compatible = "ibm,fsi-master-gpio", "ibm,fsi-master";
>>
>> From the description, these should be mutually exclusive.
>
> I agree with Rob here. The intention is for "ibm,fsi-master" to be an
> abstract master -- simply indicating that this node describes a master,
> with no specific implementation, and "ibm,fsi-master-gpio" to be a
> GPIO-based implementation. A hardware-based FSI master would have a
> different compatible value, based on the hardware.
>
> We should remove references to implementations in the "The standard FSI
> master node" section, because this is independent of implementation.
>

Hi,

OK will make that change for version 4.

>>> + clk-gpios = <&gpio 0>, <&gpio 6>;
>>> + data-gpios = <&gpio 1>, <&gpio 7>;
>>> + enable-gpios = <&gpio 2>, <&gpio 8>;
>>> + trans-gpios = <&gpio 3>, <&gpio 9>;
>>> + mux-gpios = <&gpio 4>, <&gpio 10>;
>
> Do we support multiple-link masters? This example implies a 2-link
> master.
>

Should we start with a single link in this case? To start off with
only one link is supported by the master.

Thanks

> Cheers,
>
>
> Jeremy

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