Re: [PATCH 0/2] Remove QDF2xxx pinctrl drivers

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On 1/22/2024 10:56 AM, Dmitry Baryshkov wrote:
On Mon, 22 Jan 2024 at 19:43, Jeffrey Hugo <quic_jhugo@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

On 1/22/2024 4:57 AM, Konrad Dybcio wrote:
The SoC line was never productized, remove the maintenance burden.

Compile-tested only.

Signed-off-by: Konrad Dybcio <konrad.dybcio@xxxxxxxxxx>
Konrad Dybcio (2):
        pinctrl: qcom: Remove QDF2xxx support
        arm64: defconfig: Remove QDF24XX pinctrl

   arch/arm64/configs/defconfig           |   1 -
   drivers/pinctrl/qcom/Kconfig.msm       |   7 --
   drivers/pinctrl/qcom/Makefile          |   1 -
   drivers/pinctrl/qcom/pinctrl-qdf2xxx.c | 164 ---------------------------------
   4 files changed, 173 deletions(-)
base-commit: 319fbd8fc6d339e0a1c7b067eed870c518a13a02
change-id: 20240122-topic-qdf_cleanup_pinctrl-98e17cdb375b

Best regards,


This was productized, there are some out in the wild, and the platform
is still in (limited) use.

I'd like to see support hang around for a few more years yet.

The problem is that... its support is pretty strange. I can see
pinctrl, ethernet and quirks for the platform in GIC-ITS and PL011
drivers. Is this enough to get the platform into the useful state? I
can imagine that "QCOM2430" ACPI handle was used for USB hosts on that
platform, but I don't remember when we last tested DWC3 with the ACPI.

So, all this boils down to the question whether mainline (or something
close by, LTS for example) is actually used and tested on these

Its an ACPI system, so you won't see all of the fun DTisms of a MSM chip.

The platform was fully functional upstream, and had an Ubuntu certification. I run Ubuntu on the two that I have in my office. I haven't strictly checked out mainline in a while, but I could. I still have access to the documentation.

There is a small, but active set of users including myself. From what I've seen, they've been happy with things.


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