Re: [PATCH 00/13] ARM: OMAP5: Add minimal OMAP5 SOC support

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On Thursday 03 May 2012 12:56 PM, R Sricharan wrote:
> The series adds minimal OMAP5 support.
> OMAP5430 has a dual core Cortex-A15 based MPU subsystem with 2MB
> L2 cache. The SOC has many compatible blocks with OMAP4 SOCS and
> hence large part of the peripherals are re-used.
> OMAP5432 is another variant of OMAP5430, with a
> memory controller supporting DDR3 and SATA.
> Series is generated against the 3.4-rc5. This has been rebased on
> top of the OMAP2+ cleanup series [1]
> To get the boot working with omap2plus_defconfig,
> OMAP5 hwmod/clock/prm/cm database needs to be added.
> The data and the integrated tree are available in the
> below git repository
> git://
>  omap5_data
> git://
>  omap5_dt_integrated
> The series is boot tested on OMAP5430 ES1.0.
> OMAP2/3/4 build and boot is tested as well to avoid any breakage
> because of the series.
> Patch "TEMP: ARM: OMAP5: Add cpu_is_omap54xx() checks" is temporary and
> can be dropped once rebased against [2]
> Patch "TEMP: ARM: OMAP5: Update the base address of the 32k-counter" is
> temporary and can be dropped once rebased against [3]
> [1]
> [2]
> [3]
Do you have a branch where above dependencies are merged ?
How do you suggest to go about updating this series so
that above dependencies plus DT support(3.3 based branch
in arm-soc tree and needs to be updated against 3.4) is
base tree for the patchset.


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