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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/6] clockevent: Migrate to new 'set-state' interface
On 06/08/2015 03:40 PM, Viresh Kumar wrote:
> Hi Thomas/Daniel,
> This series converts few clockevent drivers to the new set-state
> interface. This would enable these drivers to use new states (like:
> ONESHOT_STOPPED, etc.) of a clockevent device (if required), as the
> set-mode interface is marked obsolete now and wouldn't be expanded to
> handle new states.
> Once all the drivers are migrated to the new interface in future, we can
> remove the code supporting '->mode' in clockevents core.
> Drivers converted in this series are selected based on the diff they
> generate. These are different diffs we shall have for most of the
> drivers and any suggestions/improvements for these patches will be
> applied to other drivers as well.
> This is based of tip/master from few days back due to dependency on
> clockevent_state_*() helpers.
> Only the first patch is tested on hardware, others are ONLY compile
> tested.

I suggest you use the kernel continuous integration [1] to test the
patches, it is probable some of the hardware is there.

-- Daniel


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