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Date:	Thu, 20 Dec 2012 10:13:54 +0900
From:	Joonyoung Shim <>
To:	Grant Likely <>
Subject: Re: [PATCH] gpio: samsung: remove exynos_gpio_cfg

Hi Grant,

On 12/20/2012 07:22 AM, Grant Likely wrote:
> On Fri, 14 Dec 2012 19:44:01 +0900, Joonyoung Shim <> wrote:
>> The exynos_gpio_cfg can be substituted to samsung_gpio_cfgs[8].
>> Signed-off-by: Joonyoung Shim <>
> Hi Joonyoung,
> I need some help here. I don't understand what this patch is for or how
> it works. The commit text above doesn't give me enough information to
> evaluate the patch. What is the intent here? Why is samsung_gpio_cfgs[8]
> more correct than exynos_gpio_cfg?

First, i just wondered why samsung_gpio_cfgs[8] is used in the
exynos4_gpios_2[] even if exynos_gpio_cfg is exist and found
samsung_gpio_cfgs[8] does same thing with exynos_gpio_cfg. The
exynos_gpio_cfg is used only for Exynos SoCs so it is compiled by #if
I think one can be removed because they are duplicated codes and it is
better to decrease use of #if defined.


> g.

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