Re: [RFC PATCH 00/11 V4] MXS: Add i.MX28 USB Host driver

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Dear Chen Peter-B29397,

> > > From my point, you'd better step by step, first, mainline host and phy.
> > > then, gadget. At last OTG if you have been interested in.
> > 
> > OTG is certainly going last, I still have to figure that out. I wanted to
> > add
> > gadget to see how this whole thing will work together to avoid design
> > mistakes.
> 
> I agree. Current, it is lack of generic PHY layer, so only one PHY can
> be supported at board if you want to use PHY driver.

Yes, that's indeed a problem. Doesn't seem to be a hard one though.

> I would like to
> submit some generic PHY layer code, but some many internal stuffs in hands
> now.

Good :)
> 
> > > It can be easier for your mainline, as some of them have still not
> > > implemented at your local. What's your opinion, Sascha?
> > 
> > I don't follow here, what do you mean?
> 
> My original mind is step by step, but you want to implement the whole
> structure to see if there is any design mistakes, it is also OK.

Yes exactly ... I believe it's better this way to see how it works out. I'll try 
OTG tonight if nothing more important pops up.

> > Best regards,
> > Marek Vasut

Best regards,
Marek Vasut
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