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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/2] platform/x86: intel_cht_int33fe: Start using software nodes

On 2/19/19 12:59 PM, Heikki Krogerus wrote:
> Hi guys,
> The software nodes support node hierarchy. By using them with fusb302
> we can add a separate fwnode also for the USB connector as a child of
> fusb302. We can then use the "standard" USB connector device
> properties with the connector node, and stop using the deprecated
> fusb302 specific properties.
> Since the goal is to ultimately move to the software node API from the
> old device property API, converting also max17047 in this series.
> If you test this now (before v5.1-rc1 is out), then the series depends
> Greg's latest usb-next:
> and on a patch in Rafael's latest linux-next branch:

Interesting series, I like the direction this is heading in.

Question, I currently have this hack to test DP over Type-C on the
GPD-pocket / GPD-win:

Do this properly we need to add alt-modes support for usb-c-connector nodes to:

Do you have any ideas for what the binding this should look like, we need to
specify a svid, mode and vdo tripple in this case. Maybe use an u32 array
with 3, 6, 9, ... entries depending on how much alt-modes the fwnode needs to
specify ?



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