On Tue, Aug 8, 2017 at 2:00 AM, Hans de Goede <hdego...@redhat.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> On 08-08-17 10:39, Liam Breck wrote:
>> Hi Hans,
>> On Sun, Aug 6, 2017 at 5:35 AM, Hans de Goede <hdego...@redhat.com> wrote:
>>> Register the 5V boost converter as a regulator named
>>> "regulator-bq24190-usb-vbus". Note the name includes "bq24190" because
>>> the bq24190 family is also used on ACPI devices where there are no
>>> device-tree phandles, so regulator_get will fallback to the name and thus
>>> it must be unique on the system.
>> What we're enabling here is 5V boost for otg host mode, not vbus
>> generally, so maybe the name should indicate that...
>> regulator-bq24190-usb-5volt
>> regulator-bq24190-usb-host
>> regulator-bq24190-usb-otg-5v
> I picked vbus because that gets used a lot already in similar cases,
> but I agree that we should probably come up with a better name.
> I like "regulator-bq24190-usb-otg-5v", shall I use that for v2?

There is this upstream, with "otg-vbus":

Related search:

I don't think it needs a "regulator-" prefix, and maybe the driver
name is a suffix. We could also recommend the "regulator-name" value
for OTG here:

a. Make the above patch wrong :-)
usb-otg-5v (generic)
usb-otg-5v-bq2419x (specific)

b. Follow a weak precedent
otg-vbus (generic)
otg-vbus-bq2419x (specific)
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