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Subject[PATCH v2 00/11] Clean up Tegra20 cpufreq driver

Recently Peter Geis (who is working on Tegra30 cpufreq driver) asked me how
tegra20-cpufreq driver is getting loaded. After taking a look at the code
it became apparent that the drivers code has been rusted a tad and so this
series is intended to refresh the drivers code by disallowing module to be
loaded on non-Tegra20 machines, by cleaning whitespaces in the code, removing
dead EMC code and in the end by allowing tegra20-cpufreq to be built as a
loadable module.


- Added the new patch to the series: "Remove unnecessary parentheses",
please review.

- Addressed review comments to the v1 of the series:

1) Kept undeleted necessary headers in the "Clean up included headers"
patch as per Viresh's Kumar request.

2) Renamed tegra20_cpufreq_data to tegra20_cpufreq and moved cpufreq
driver structure to the tegra20_cpufreq as per Thierry's Reding

- Dropped "ARM: tegra: Create platform device for tegra20-cpufreq driver"
patch from the series as Thierry already applied it and submitted
in the "ARM: tegra: Core changes for v4.18-rc1" pull request.

Dmitry Osipenko (11):
cpufreq: tegra20: Change module description
cpufreq: tegra20: Clean up whitespaces in the code
cpufreq: tegra20: Clean up included headers
cpufreq: tegra20: Remove EMC clock usage
cpufreq: tegra20: Release clocks properly
cpufreq: tegra20: Remove unneeded check in tegra_cpu_init
cpufreq: tegra20: Remove unnecessary parentheses
cpufreq: tegra20: Remove unneeded variable initialization
cpufreq: tegra20: Check if this is Tegra20 machine
cpufreq: tegra20: Allow cpufreq driver to be built as loadable module
cpufreq: tegra20: Wrap cpufreq into platform driver

drivers/cpufreq/Kconfig.arm | 2 +-
drivers/cpufreq/tegra20-cpufreq.c | 200 ++++++++++++++++--------------
2 files changed, 111 insertions(+), 91 deletions(-)


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