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Date:	Wed, 16 Jul 2014 12:45:13 -0500
From:	Felipe Balbi <>
To:	Antoine Ténart 
CC:	<>, <>,
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	<>, <>,
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Subject: Re: [PATCH v2 0/8] usb: add support for the generic PHY framework


On Tue, Jul 15, 2014 at 04:39:08PM +0200, Antoine Ténart wrote:
> Hi all,
> This is an attempt to add more common USB code aware of the generic PHY
> framework, while keeping the compatibility for the USB PHY one. It does
> not add the full support, some USB PHY specific functions not being
> available currently in the generic PHY subsystem (e.g. usb_phy_set_power()).
> But it allows to use the generic PHY framework in other cases, and might
> help others to convert their USB PHY drivers.
> A little background: I submitted a series to support USB on Berlin SoCs[1].
> One patch added a new PHY driver in drivers/usb/phy and Felipe asked it to
> be in the generic PHY framework instead[2]. This PHY being used by a ChipIdea
> driver, changes were needed in ChipIdea, OTG and HCD.
> This is done in 3 steps:
>         1. moving the OTG state from the USB PHY structure to the OTG one
>         2. renaming the field 'phy' to 'usb_phy'
>         3. adding a field for the generic framework PHY and dissociating its
>            use from the USB PHY one
> Step 1 is in the first patch. Steps 2 and 3 are done for OTG, and ChipIdea
> subsystems in patches 2-3 and 7-8.
> HCD generic PHY support was made by Sergei and Yoshihiro[1]. I added some
> modifications to make this support consistent with this series in patches
> 4-6.
> I tested it by using the ChipIdea driver I introduced, both with an USB PHY
> and a PHY driver successfully. I also compiled a multi_v7 kernel (ARM), with
> every driver I could enable in the USB section.
> I'd like more people to test and your inputs and suggestions on these changes.
> Feel free to add Ccs if others might be interested in this. If needed patches
> can be squashed or divided, I tried there to group modifications by USB
> framework parts (OTG, HCD, ChipIdea).
> Patches can also be found at:
> git:// usb-phy
> The series applies on top of Sergei and Yoshihiro generic PHY support in
> HCD[1].
> Thanks a lot!
> Antoine
> Changes since v1:
>         - rebased the series on top of [1] (generic PHY support for HCD)
>         - split s/phy/usb_phy/ renaming and generic PHY support in separate
>           patches
> [1]

Since this has a dependency on the other series which hasn't showed up
with enough Acks, I can't take this one either. Let's get this ready
early into v3.18-rc cycle so we don't miss this and the other series



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