|| ||Geert Uytterhoeven <email@example.com> |
|| ||firstname.lastname@example.org |
|| ||[PATCH 00/14] m68k: amiga - device model patches |
|| ||Fri, 23 Apr 2010 10:00:21 +0200|
|| ||Article, Thread
This set of patches brings Amiga hardware support better in line with the
Linux device model:
- Add module alias support for Zorro drivers (not all drivers can
benefit from this yet though, as some still use zorro_find_device()
instead of struct zorro_driver),
- Convert the various builtin Amiga hardware to the platform driver
 platform: Make platform resources input parameters const
 m68k: amiga - Zorro bus modalias support
 m68k: amiga - Zorro host bridge platform device conversion
 m68k: amiga - Frame buffer platform device conversion
 m68k: amiga - Sound platform device conversion
 m68k: amiga - Floppy platform device conversion
 m68k: amiga - A3000 SCSI platform device conversion
 m68k: amiga - A4000T SCSI platform device conversion
 m68k: amiga - Amiga Gayle IDE platform device conversion
 m68k: amiga - Keyboard platform device conversion
 m68k: amiga - Mouse platform device conversion
 m68k: amiga - Serial port platform device conversion
 m68k: amiga - Parallel port platform device conversion
 rtc: Add an RTC driver for the Oki MSM6242
 rtc: Add an RTC driver for the Ricoh RP5C01
 m68k: amiga - RTC platform device conversion
It's a respin of the RFC I sent one year ago. The only real change is to the
A3000 SCSI platform device conversion patch, which now depends on the wd33c93
driver cleanups patches I sent 2.5 weeks ago.
Due to lack of hardware (only Amiga 4000 here), I couldn't test all drivers.
Especially the SCSI drivers could use some testing feedback.
The changes to most other drivers are fairly trivial.
Note that I removed all request_mem_region() calls for subregions of the Amiga
custom chips, as the drivers now bind to the platform device.
If no one objects, I'm gonna apply all of this.
Geert Uytterhoeven -- There's lots of Linux beyond ia32 -- email@example.com
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when I'm talking to journalists I just say "programmer" or something like that.
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