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SubjectRe: [PATCH v10 2/4] clk: clk-loongson2: add clock controller driver support
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Quoting zhuyinbo (2023-02-19 21:44:51)
>
> 在 2023/2/18 上午6:15, Stephen Boyd 写道:
> > Quoting zhuyinbo (2023-02-14 23:35:22)
> >> 在 2023/2/11 上午7:42, Stephen Boyd 写道:
> >>>> +
> >>>> +err:
> >>>> + iounmap(loongson2_pll_base);
> >>>> +}
> >>>> +
> >>>> +CLK_OF_DECLARE(loongson2_clk, "loongson,ls2k-clk", loongson2_clocks_init);
> >>> Any reason this can't be a platform driver?
>
> Your question is that  why I don't use the platform_driver_register to
> register  clk and use CLK_OF_DECLARE ?

Yes.

>
> I was  consider other clock controllers of Loongson-2 series may be
> different with 2k1000 and I can add a line
>
> CLK_OF_DECLARE() for compatible other platform in the future. eg.
>
> CLK_OF_DECLARE(loongson2_clk, "loongson,ls2k-clk", loongson2_clocks_init);
>
> +  CLK_OF_DECLARE(xxx1, xxx2,  xxx3);  // for other clock controllers of
> Loongson-2 series
>
> >> For the compatible consideration of other clock controllers of
> >> Loongson-2 series in the future, the way of using dts can be
> >>
> >> better compatible.
> >>
> > Sorry that sentence doesn't make sense to me. The use of dts doesn't
> > require the use of CLK_OF_DECLARE.
>
> yes, the use of dts doesn't require the use of CLK_OF_DECLARE and can
> use platform_driver_register
>
> but my drvier not use platform_driver_register to register  clk and use
> CLK_OF_DECLARE to match of_clk_init.

of_clk_init() is there to register clks that are needed for early init,
i.e. the clockevent/clocksource or the root interrupt controller
(irqchip). Otherwise, it isn't necessary to register clks via
of_clk_init().

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