Re: [PATCH 08/22] regulator: Change ab8500 match names to reflect Device Tree

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On Mon, Jun 11, 2012 at 12:28:57PM +0100, Lee Jones wrote:
> On 11/06/12 11:36, Mark Brown wrote:

> >Suppose you have two devices of the same type with an array of name
> >based regulators, meaning the nodes with constraints have to have a
> >particular name in order to be matched to the regulator.  How would a
> >consumer reference a node to specify a supply?

> some-regulators {
>     compatible = "protect_me_from_similarly_named_regulators";
>     regulator_node_name_reg: regulator_node_name {
>         <blah>
>     };
> };

> [supply_name]-supply = <&regulator_node_name>;

I'm not 100% sure you read what I wrote above or in all the previous
mails about having two devices of the same type?  The case where we have
only one regulator of a given type obviously works otherwise people
would have noticed, the problem starts when you have two of the same
regulator device down.

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