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SubjectRe: [PATCH RFT 1/2] regulator: rtmv20: Fix .set_current_limit/.get_current_limit callbacks
On Sun, 30 May 2021 20:41:00 +0800, Axel Lin wrote:
> Current code does not set .curr_table and .n_linear_ranges settings,
> so it cannot use the regulator_get/set_current_limit_regmap helpers.
> If we setup the curr_table, it will has 200 entries.
> Implement customized .set_current_limit/.get_current_limit callbacks
> instead.

Applied to for-next


[1/2] regulator: rtmv20: Fix .set_current_limit/.get_current_limit callbacks
commit: 86ab21cc39e6b99b7065ab9008c90bec5dec535a
[2/2] regulator: rtmv20: Add Richtek to Kconfig text
commit: 5f01de6ffae2b00d3795a399d8d630bdae3c8997

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