Thanks for your series!
I like the effect on simplifying drivers.
On Wed, May 16, 2018 at 1:56 AM, Florian Fainelli <f.faine...@gmail.com> wrote:
> This patch series updates of_mdiobus_register() such that when the device_node
> argument is NULL, it calls mdiobus_register() directly. This is consistent
> the behavior of of_mdiobus_register() when CONFIG_OF=n.
IMHO the CONFIG_OF=n behavior of of_mdiobus_register() (which I wasn't
aware of) is inconsistent with the behavior of other of_*() functions,
which are just empty stubs.
So I'm wondering if you should do it the other way around, and let
mdiobus_register() call of_mdiobus_register() if dev->of_node exists?
This does mean mdiobus_register() should gain a struct device * parameter,
and thus changes to many more drivers are needed.
> I only converted the most obvious drivers, there are others that have a much
> less obvious behavior and specifically attempt to deal with CONFIG_ACPI.
I haven't looked at the ACPI handling, but perhaps this can be moved
inside mdiobus_register() as well?
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