Re: RFC on cpufreq implementation

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On 29 January 2015 at 22:13, Mason <> wrote:
> OK, so this is my TAKE 2 on the cpufreq driver, trying to remove
> some dependencies on machine-specific definitions by getting the
> virtual address at init via ioremap. (Is -EFAULT the right error
> to return if ioremap fails?)
> I'm not sure where machine-specific information is supposed to
> be stored though? Such as register definitions, or the physical
> addresses/offsets. What if they need to be shared among several
> source files? I can't just duplicate them... (I've tentatively
> called it temp.h for the time being.)

What do you want to do with this driver? If you want to get it reviewed,
please send it properly with git-send-email instead of attachments..

If its just an internal one, then sorry, the lists aren't for such reviews.

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