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SubjectRe: [PATCH 1/6] dt-bindings: pinctrl: aspeed: Document AST2600 pinmux


On Fri, 12 Jul 2019, at 02:48, Rob Herring wrote:
> On Wed, Jul 10, 2019 at 10:19 PM Andrew Jeffery <andrew@aj.id.au> wrote:
> >
> > The AST260 differs from the 2400 and 2500 in that it supports multiple
> > groups for a subset of functions.
> >
> > Signed-off-by: Andrew Jeffery <andrew@aj.id.au>
> > ---
> > .../pinctrl/aspeed,ast2600-pinctrl.yaml | 128 ++++++++++++++++++
> > 1 file changed, 128 insertions(+)
> > create mode 100644 Documentation/devicetree/bindings/pinctrl/aspeed,ast2600-pinctrl.yaml
> >
> > diff --git a/Documentation/devicetree/bindings/pinctrl/aspeed,ast2600-pinctrl.yaml b/Documentation/devicetree/bindings/pinctrl/aspeed,ast2600-pinctrl.yaml
> > new file mode 100644
> > index 000000000000..dd31f8e62433
> > --- /dev/null
> > +++ b/Documentation/devicetree/bindings/pinctrl/aspeed,ast2600-pinctrl.yaml
> > @@ -0,0 +1,128 @@
> > +# SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0+
> > +%YAML 1.2
> > +---
> > +$id: http://devicetree.org/schemas/pinctrl/aspeed,ast2600-pinctrl.yaml#
> > +$schema: http://devicetree.org/meta-schemas/core.yaml#
> > +
> > +title: ASPEED AST2600 Pin Controller
> > +
> > +maintainers:
> > + - Andrew Jeffery <andrew@aj.id.au>
> > +
> > +description: |+
> > + The pin controller node should be the child of a syscon node with the
> > + required property:
> > +
> > + - compatible: Should be one of the following:
> > + "aspeed,ast2600-scu", "syscon", "simple-mfd"
> > +
> > + Refer to the the bindings described in
> > + Documentation/devicetree/bindings/mfd/syscon.txt
> > +
> > +properties:
> > + compatible:
> > + const: aspeed,ast2600-pinctrl
> > +
> > +patternProperties:
> > + '^.*$':
> > + if:
> > + type: object
> > + then:
> > + patternProperties:
> > + "^function$":
>
> That's a fixed string, not a pattern, so just put under 'properties'.

Haha, good point. Hopefully I'll get the hang of this eventually!

>
> > + allOf:
> > + - $ref: "/schemas/types.yaml#/definitions/string"
> > + - enum: [ "ADC0", "ADC1", "ADC10", "ADC11", "ADC12", "ADC13",
>
> You can drop the quoting here. I wouldn't really care, but yours is
> one of the few right now and everyone will copy.

Yeah, fair point, the quotes add a lot of noise.

>
> > + "ADC14", "ADC15", "ADC2", "ADC3", "ADC4", "ADC5", "ADC6", "ADC7",
> > + "ADC8", "ADC9", "BMCINT", "ESPI", "ESPIALT", "FSI1", "FSI2",
> > + "FWSPIABR", "FWSPID", "FWSPIWP", "GPIT0", "GPIT1", "GPIT2",
> > + "GPIT3", "GPIT4", "GPIT5", "GPIT6", "GPIT7", "GPIU0", "GPIU1",
> > + "GPIU2", "GPIU3", "GPIU4", "GPIU5", "GPIU6", "GPIU7", "I2C1",
> > + "I2C10", "I2C11", "I2C12", "I2C13", "I2C14", "I2C15", "I2C16",
> > + "I2C2", "I2C3", "I2C4", "I2C5", "I2C6", "I2C7", "I2C8", "I2C9",
> > + "I3C3", "I3C4", "I3C5", "I3C6", "JTAGM", "LHPD", "LHSIRQ", "LPC",
> > + "LPCHC", "LPCPD", "LPCPME", "LPCSMI", "LSIRQ", "MACLINK1",
> > + "MACLINK2", "MACLINK3", "MACLINK4", "MDIO1", "MDIO2", "MDIO3",
> > + "MDIO4", "NCTS1", "NCTS2", "NCTS3", "NCTS4", "NDCD1", "NDCD2",
> > + "NDCD3", "NDCD4", "NDSR1", "NDSR2", "NDSR3", "NDSR4", "NDTR1",
> > + "NDTR2", "NDTR3", "NDTR4", "NRI1", "NRI2", "NRI3", "NRI4",
> > + "NRTS1", "NRTS2", "NRTS3", "NRTS4", "OSCCLK", "PEWAKE", "PWM0",
> > + "PWM1", "PWM10", "PWM11", "PWM12", "PWM13", "PWM14", "PWM15",
> > + "PWM2", "PWM3", "PWM4", "PWM5", "PWM6", "PWM7", "PWM8", "PWM9",
> > + "RGMII1", "RGMII2", "RGMII3", "RGMII4", "RMII1", "RMII2",
> > + "RMII3", "RMII4", "RXD1", "RXD2", "RXD3", "RXD4", "SALT1",
> > + "SALT10", "SALT11", "SALT12", "SALT13", "SALT14", "SALT15",
> > + "SALT16", "SALT2", "SALT3", "SALT4", "SALT5", "SALT6", "SALT7",
> > + "SALT8", "SALT9", "SD1", "SD2", "SD3", "SD3DAT4", "SD3DAT5",
> > + "SD3DAT6", "SD3DAT7", "SGPM1", "SGPS1", "SIOONCTRL", "SIOPBI",
> > + "SIOPBO", "SIOPWREQ", "SIOPWRGD", "SIOS3", "SIOS5", "SIOSCI",
> > + "SPI1", "SPI1ABR", "SPI1CS1", "SPI1WP", "SPI2", "SPI2CS1",
> > + "SPI2CS2", "TACH0", "TACH1", "TACH10", "TACH11", "TACH12",
> > + "TACH13", "TACH14", "TACH15", "TACH2", "TACH3", "TACH4", "TACH5",
> > + "TACH6", "TACH7", "TACH8", "TACH9", "THRU0", "THRU1", "THRU2",
> > + "THRU3", "TXD1", "TXD2", "TXD3", "TXD4", "UART10", "UART11",
> > + "UART12", "UART13", "UART6", "UART7", "UART8", "UART9", "VB",
> > + "VGAHS", "VGAVS", "WDTRST1", "WDTRST2", "WDTRST3", "WDTRST4", ]
> > + "^groups$":
> > + allOf:
> > + - $ref: "/schemas/types.yaml#/definitions/string"
> > + - enum: [ "ADC0", "ADC1", "ADC10", "ADC11", "ADC12", "ADC13",
> > + "ADC14", "ADC15", "ADC2", "ADC3", "ADC4", "ADC5", "ADC6", "ADC7",
> > + "ADC8", "ADC9", "BMCINT", "ESPI", "ESPIALT", "FSI1", "FSI2",
> > + "FWSPIABR", "FWSPID", "FWQSPID", "FWSPIWP", "GPIT0", "GPIT1",
> > + "GPIT2", "GPIT3", "GPIT4", "GPIT5", "GPIT6", "GPIT7", "GPIU0",
> > + "GPIU1", "GPIU2", "GPIU3", "GPIU4", "GPIU5", "GPIU6", "GPIU7",
> > + "HVI3C3", "HVI3C4", "I2C1", "I2C10", "I2C11", "I2C12", "I2C13",
> > + "I2C14", "I2C15", "I2C16", "I2C2", "I2C3", "I2C4", "I2C5",
> > + "I2C6", "I2C7", "I2C8", "I2C9", "I3C3", "I3C4", "I3C5", "I3C6",
> > + "JTAGM", "LHPD", "LHSIRQ", "LPC", "LPCHC", "LPCPD", "LPCPME",
> > + "LPCSMI", "LSIRQ", "MACLINK1", "MACLINK2", "MACLINK3",
> > + "MACLINK4", "MDIO1", "MDIO2", "MDIO3", "MDIO4", "NCTS1", "NCTS2",
> > + "NCTS3", "NCTS4", "NDCD1", "NDCD2", "NDCD3", "NDCD4", "NDSR1",
> > + "NDSR2", "NDSR3", "NDSR4", "NDTR1", "NDTR2", "NDTR3", "NDTR4",
> > + "NRI1", "NRI2", "NRI3", "NRI4", "NRTS1", "NRTS2", "NRTS3",
> > + "NRTS4", "OSCCLK", "PEWAKE", "PWM0", "PWM1", "PWM10G0",
> > + "PWM10G1", "PWM11G0", "PWM11G1", "PWM12G0", "PWM12G1", "PWM13G0",
> > + "PWM13G1", "PWM14G0", "PWM14G1", "PWM15G0", "PWM15G1", "PWM2",
> > + "PWM3", "PWM4", "PWM5", "PWM6", "PWM7", "PWM8G0", "PWM8G1",
> > + "PWM9G0", "PWM9G1", "QSPI1", "QSPI2", "RGMII1", "RGMII2",
> > + "RGMII3", "RGMII4", "RMII1", "RMII2", "RMII3", "RMII4", "RXD1",
> > + "RXD2", "RXD3", "RXD4", "SALT1", "SALT10G0", "SALT10G1",
> > + "SALT11G0", "SALT11G1", "SALT12G0", "SALT12G1", "SALT13G0",
> > + "SALT13G1", "SALT14G0", "SALT14G1", "SALT15G0", "SALT15G1",
> > + "SALT16G0", "SALT16G1", "SALT2", "SALT3", "SALT4", "SALT5",
> > + "SALT6", "SALT7", "SALT8", "SALT9G0", "SALT9G1", "SD1", "SD2",
> > + "SD3", "SD3DAT4", "SD3DAT5", "SD3DAT6", "SD3DAT7", "SGPM1",
> > + "SGPS1", "SIOONCTRL", "SIOPBI", "SIOPBO", "SIOPWREQ", "SIOPWRGD",
> > + "SIOS3", "SIOS5", "SIOSCI", "SPI1", "SPI1ABR", "SPI1CS1",
> > + "SPI1WP", "SPI2", "SPI2CS1", "SPI2CS2", "TACH0", "TACH1",
> > + "TACH10", "TACH11", "TACH12", "TACH13", "TACH14", "TACH15",
> > + "TACH2", "TACH3", "TACH4", "TACH5", "TACH6", "TACH7", "TACH8",
> > + "TACH9", "THRU0", "THRU1", "THRU2", "THRU3", "TXD1", "TXD2",
> > + "TXD3", "TXD4", "UART10", "UART11", "UART12G0", "UART12G1",
> > + "UART13G0", "UART13G1", "UART6", "UART7", "UART8", "UART9", "VB",
> > + "VGAHS", "VGAVS", "WDTRST1", "WDTRST2", "WDTRST3", "WDTRST4", ]
> > +
> > +required:
> > + - compatible
> > +
> > +examples:
> > + - |
> > + syscon: scu@1e6e2000 {
> > + compatible = "aspeed,ast2600-scu", "syscon", "simple-mfd";
> > + reg = <0x1e6e2000 0xf6c>;
> > +
> > + pinctrl: pinctrl {
> > + compatible = "aspeed,g6-pinctrl";
> > +
> > + pinctrl_pwm10g1_default: pwm10g1_default {
> > + function = "PWM10";
> > + groups = "PWM10G1";
> > + };
> > +
> > + pinctrl_gpioh0_unbiased_default: gpioh0 {
> > + pins = "A18";
> > + bias-disable;
>
> This node and properties aren't getting checked. Need to figure out
> how to do that. That may mean needing some structure to the node
> names. You can worry about that later I suppose.

I surfaced the issue around subnode naming when I updated the 2400
and 2500 pinctrl bindings. As it stands the generic pinctrl bindings do
not impose any constraints on the naming, it's freeform. Converting
the bindings to yaml shouldn't be adding any constraints and
invalidating existing devicetrees. Not really sure how we solve that.

Andrew

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