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SubjectRe: [PATCH 00/12] rtc: omap: fixes and power-off feature

On Thu, Oct 09, 2014 at 09:06:22PM +0200, Johan Hovold wrote:
> This series fixes a few issues with the omap rtc-driver, cleans up a bit
> and finally adds support for the PMIC control feature found in some
> revisions of this RTC IP block.
> Ultimately, this allows for powering off the Beaglebone and waking it up
> again on RTC alarms.
> I noticed yesterday that Lokesh Vutla recently posted some patches to
> add regulator support to this driver. [1] While that series has some
> issues that needs to be addressed, I still think it could be a good idea
> to rebase my pmic_power_en patch on top of it as it adds some long
> overdue device abstraction. That would be needed anyway in order to
> support the new power-off infrastructure that's in the pipe in a clean
> way. [2]
> So my suggestion is to merge the first seven patches, rebase Lokesh
> series on top of that, and then I rebase my final five patches on top
> of that in turn. Hopefully, the new power-off handler call chain will
> have stabilised by then.

BTW, how do you test this series ?

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