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Subject[PATCH v6 0/2] add UniPhier thermal support
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This series adds support for CPU temperature monitor modules implemented
on UniPhier LD20 and PXs2 SoCs. This driver supports temperature monitoring
and alert function on the module.

Changes since v5:
- replace of_get_property() with of_property_get_u32_array()
- get the cariblation value in DT after failure to get the value from register

Changes since v4:
- fix warnings from sparse by replacing u32 with __be32

Changes since v3:
- remove TMOD_MASK and use TMOD_WIDTH representing the bit width of TMOD

Changes since v2:
- add nsleep after starting and stopping PVT
- replace temperature calculation with sign_extend32()

Changes since v1:
- separate dts from this patchset as another patchset
- remove 'reg' description on the dt-bindings document
- fix the order of calling initialization functions
- replace mask bits to use GENMASK
- fix calculation of temperature because of not considering a negative value
- use devm_request_threaded_irq() instead of devm_request_irq() and
separate a thread function from the interrupt handler
- add dependency to Kconfig
- set 120C to CRITICAL_TEMP_LIMIT as maximum temperature
- shrink each line of parameters to save the number of lines
- improve some comments and copyright description

Kunihiko Hayashi (2):
dt-bindings: thermal: add binding documentation for UniPhier thermal
monitor
thermal: uniphier: add UniPhier thermal driver

.../bindings/thermal/uniphier-thermal.txt | 64 ++++
drivers/thermal/Kconfig | 8 +
drivers/thermal/Makefile | 1 +
drivers/thermal/uniphier_thermal.c | 384 +++++++++++++++++++++
4 files changed, 457 insertions(+)
create mode 100644 Documentation/devicetree/bindings/thermal/uniphier-thermal.txt
create mode 100644 drivers/thermal/uniphier_thermal.c

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