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SubjectRe: [PATCH v3 0/7] Remove the pins-are-numbered DT property
On Sat, Dec 3, 2022 at 10:22 AM Linus Walleij <> wrote:
> Hi Bero,
> long time no see!

Hi Linus,
indeed, I've been doing mostly userland stuff lately, and my latest
kernel patch was x86 (got to keep all of my hardware working ;) ). Now
that I've changed jobs, I'm expecting to be more active on the kernel
side (though still doing a lot of userland).

> > This patchset removes all uses of pins-are-numbered and marks the
> > property as deprecated.
> I don't remember any more why this property was introduced, but
> I am happy to see it go.

I couldn't find why it was introduced either (and git blame wasn't
much help). I'm assuming there was some other mode in vendor trees
that never made it into mainline (but the flag for switching between
the modes did).

> I applied patches 1-4 to the pin control tree for v6.2,
> please funnel the rest through mediatek/stm32 and
> SoC trees!

Thanks! Remaining patches reposted and currently waiting.


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