Re: [PATCH 2/3] hwspinlock: qcom: Drop unused qcom,ipq6018-tcsr-mutex

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On 04/09/2023 18:09, Vignesh Viswanathan wrote:
> On 9/4/2023 9:31 PM, Konrad Dybcio wrote:
>> On 4.09.2023 08:42, Krzysztof Kozlowski wrote:
>>> On 04/09/2023 07:50, Vignesh Viswanathan wrote:
>>>> qcom,ipq6018-tcsr-mutex maps to incorrect config of IPQ6018 and is
>>>> dropped from the devictree.
>>> No, it is not dropped.
>>>> IPQ6018 will use qcom,tcsr-mutex compatible
>>>> string.
>>> No, it will not.
>>>> Drop qcom,ipq6018-tcsr-mutex compatible string from
>>>> qcom_hwspinlock_of_match table.
>>> Why? Do not write what you are doing here, but why you are doing it.
>> More importantly, looks like the ipq6018 compatible was added after
>> support for this SoC was introduced (see f5e303aefc06 and 5bf635621245a),
>> so if it's going to use of_tcsr_mutex data with the fallback compat, the
>> SoC-specific compatible can be removed from the driver.
> Hi Konrad, Krzysztof,
> I was planning to update the SOC-specific compatible for IPQ6018
> qcom,ipq6018-tcsr-mutex to point to of_tcsr_mutex data in the of_match
> table in the hwspinlock driver in V2.
> Do you think this would be okay? or should I go ahead with removal of
> IPQ6018 specific compatible so that it falls back to of_tcsr_mutex?

Remove, it's not needed in the driver.

Best regards,

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