Re: [PATCH v2 3/3] ARM: Samsung: Rework platform data of s3c-fb driver

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On Thu, Mar 15, 2012 at 10:10 AM, Jingoo Han <jg1.han@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>> There is single board - mini6410 (or real6410) and it's name doesn't
>> depend on connected LCD size.
>> We know, that this board is available with different sizes of LCD and
>> currently we have in kernel support for both sizes.
>> It might be so, that it's implemented not in perfect way, but it was
>> accepted and at least it's working.
>
>
> I don't think so.
> You argues that the wrong code should not be removed because it was accepted and at least it's working.
> It is just wrong usage, which can just work.
> Moreover, your code will make the problem, when 2~5 windows of FIMD IP are used.

Could please explain that? How does LCD feature selection for mini6410
and real6410 break that?
Timing for different sizes of LCD is located in two statically
allocated structures which are used at board init time depending on
kernel param line.
Data from one of these structures is copied to s3c-fb platform data
dynamically by board init code. Why it's a problem? What changes if
platform data isn't rewritten dynamically?

> So, your code can be removed.

I don't think so. It does not break anything yet. One who make
changes, should ensure backwards compatibility, at least talking about
functionality and hardware (LCD) support, which was added few months
ago. Remember, we talk about kernel parameters line - now it lets
bootloader to select correct LCD size. After your changes, board with
7" LCD wont show anything.

Darius A.
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