Hiya, On 25 January 2018 at 17:55, Channagoud Kadabi <ckad...@codeaurora.org> wrote: > Documentation for last level cache controller device tree bindings, > client bindings usage examples.
[snippety snip] > +- llcc-bank-off: > + Usage: required > + Value Type: <u32 array> > + Definition: Offsets of llcc banks from llcc base address starting from > + LLCC bank0. > + > +- llcc-broadcast-off: > + Usage: required > + Value Type: <u32> > + Definition: Offset of broadcast register from LLCC bank0 address. What's with the redundant namespacing? Have we not, as a community, realised that we do not need to namespace properties which are only present under a single binding or node, or even those that aren't? This mess started with the regulator bindings and it's never stopped. What are we at now, 25 years of device trees, 10 years of FDT on Arm? Notwithstanding the complete waste of rodata in the kernel image for matching (& increased time to compare), why wouldn't you consider why "bank-offset" for your node be any different than a common property for any other node? And if you need to describe register offsets... why aren't you able to use the reg property? Ta, Matt