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SubjectRe: [EXT] Re: [RFC 00/19] clk: imx: Switch the imx6 and imx7 to clk_hw based API
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On 19-04-25 08:53:33, Stephen Boyd wrote:
> Caution: EXT Email
>
> Quoting Abel Vesa (2019-04-24 00:13:48)
> >
> > Can you please be more specific and point out exactly which one isn't ?
>
> Is this a question for me?
>

Nevermind. I'll send another version in the following days.

> >
> > >
> > > FYI, I'm dropping this from my review queue under the assumption it will
> > > be sent again. Also, it would be nice to not have the wrappers at all in
> > > the next series so that everything is clk_hw based instead of clk based.
> > > Otherwise, it looks good to me and I'd like to see this work completed.
> > > Thanks!
> > >
> >
> > I'll try to resend this before the end of next week.
> >
> > As for the wrappers, they need to stay in until the last user of the clk
> > based API is switched to clk_hw based. That means all the remaining imx
> > platforms (1 through 5, and then 8). I chosed to do the imx6 and imx7
> > first because these are easier to find. Once this is in, I'll move on
> > with the imx8 and then the imx1 through imx5 (which are harder to find
> > nowadays).
> >
>
> Ok. I'm not thrilled to keep around legacy code because nobody is
> testing out new kernels on these devices. If we can, we should try to
> delete old drivers that don't get used anymore, but if we can't then
> we should be able to modify and compile those drivers and wait for the
> bug reports to come in if something is broken.
>

Yes, as I said, I'll put together some other patchseries for the older imx
platforms (1 through 5) once this one gets in.

>
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