On Mon, 22 Jun 2020 22:43:25 +0200, Luca Ceresoli wrote:
> the first patch in this series is a small but significant variation in how
> the lp87565 driver enables the output rails, to allow the kernel to always
> know when it is enabling an output. However it can change existing
> behaviour (depending on the hardware setup) and thus it should be carefully
> evaluated.
> The following patches are a fairly straightforward addition of a new chip
> variant along DT bindings conversion to yaml.
> [...]

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[1/1] regulator: lp87565: enable voltage regardless of ENx pin
      commit: 81fdcef3a615f5d4ef2a2bd87a65d46f6816d687

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