Re: (subset) [PATCH V5 00/15] spi: Add support for stacked/parallel memories

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On Mon, 06 Mar 2023 22:50:54 +0530, Amit Kumar Mahapatra wrote:
> This patch is in the continuation to the discussions which happened on
> 'commit f89504300e94 ("spi: Stacked/parallel memories bindings")' for
> adding dt-binding support for stacked/parallel memories.
> This patch series updated the spi-nor, spi core and the spi drivers
> to add stacked and parallel memories support.
> [...]

Applied to for-next


[01/15] spi: Replace all spi->chip_select and spi->cs_gpiod references with function call
        commit: 9e264f3f85a56cc109cc2d6010a48aa89d5c1ff1

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