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Date:	Wed, 14 Nov 2012 22:09:31 -0500 (EST)
From:	David Miller <>
Subject: Re: [PATCH V5 0/7] ARM: AM33XX: net: Add DT support to CPSW and
 MDIO driver

From: Mugunthan V N <>
Date: Thu, 15 Nov 2012 00:37:53 +0530

> This patch-series adds support for,
> [1/7]: Typo mistake in CPSW driver while invoking runtime_pm api's
> [2/7]: Adds parent<->child relation between CPSW & MDIO module inside cpsw
>        driver, as in case of AM33XX, the resources are shared and common
>        register bit-field is provided to control module/clock enable/disable,
>        makes it difficult to handle common resource.
>        So the solution here is, to create parent<->child relation between them.
> [3/7]: cpsw: simplify the setup of the register pointers
> [4/7]: cpsw: Kernel warn fix during suspend
> [5/7]: Add hwmod entry for MDIO module, required for MDIO driver.
> [6/7]: Enable CPSW support to omap2plus_defconfig
> [7/7]: Add DT device nodes for both CPSW and MDIO modules in am33xx.dtsi,
>        am335x-evm.dts and am335x-bone.dts file
> This patch series has been created on top of net-next/master and tested
> on BeagleBone platform for NFS boot and basic ping test cases.

All applied, thanks.
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