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SubjectRe: [PATCH v3 0/4] clk: ti: add am33xx spread spectrum clock support
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Quoting Tony Lindgren (2021-03-30 22:51:04)
> * Stephen Boyd <sboyd@kernel.org> [210330 02:25]:
> > Quoting Dario Binacchi (2021-03-29 09:42:17)
> > >
> > > As reported by the TI spruh73x RM, MPU and LCD modules support spread
> > > spectrum clocking (SSC) on their output clocks. SSC is used to spread
> > > the spectral peaking of the clock to reduce any electromagnetic
> > > interference (EMI) that may be caused due to the clock’s fundamental
> > > or any of its harmonics.
> > > The series allows you to enable and adjust the spread spectrum clocking
> > > for all am33xx PLLs for which it is supported.
> > >
> >
> > What is your merge strategy? Should all the patches go through clk tree?
> > Or you'll send via arm-soc?
>
> Probably best to just merge all via the clk tree as that's where most of
> the changes are.
>

Ok. If nobody reviews/acks the last patch in a few days I'll merge the
pile through clk tree.

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