On Tue, Jul 11, 2017 at 1:56 PM, Simon Horman <ho...@verge.net.au> wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 24, 2016 at 11:58:43AM +0100, Simon Horman wrote:
>> On Mon, Mar 14, 2016 at 11:23:42PM +0900, Magnus Damm wrote:
>> > clocksource: sh_cmt: DT binding rework V4
>> >
>> > [PATCH v4 01/06] devicetree: bindings: Remove sh7372 CMT binding
>> > [PATCH v4 02/06] devicetree: bindings: R-Car Gen2 CMT0 and CMT1 bindings
>> > [PATCH v4 03/06] devicetree: bindings: r8a73a4 and R-Car Gen2 CMT bindings
>> > [PATCH v4 04/06] devicetree: bindings: Deprecate property, update example
>> > [PATCH v4 05/06] devicetree: bindings: Remove unused 32-bit CMT bindings
>> > [PATCH v4 06/06] devicetree: bindings: Remove deprecated properties
>> >
>> > Here is the latest and hopefully final take on updating the CMT DT
>> > bindings for R-Car Gen2. In total there are 6 patches that have acks
>> > and are ready to be picked up and merged. Other earlier posted changes
>> > such as driver modification and SoC DTS bits depend on this series.
>> I am wondering what the state of this work is.
>> I see only one minor review comment for this series.
>> It would be great to see it merged.
> Ping

Recently, at +1800m, I realized that if we want to continue this work, we
better do it soon, so it can be included in the big R-Car Gen2 flag day
requiring APMU, CPG/MSSR, ICRAM, RST, and SYSC being described in DT.




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