[U-Boot] [PATCH 0/9] Add basic Tegra30 (T30) support
trini at ti.com
Thu Sep 13 23:04:56 CEST 2012
On Wed, Sep 12, 2012 at 03:10:46PM -0700, Tom Warren wrote:
> This patch series adds basic (boot to cmd prompt) support for Tegra30.
> This is based on the Tegra20 SPL, which initializes the AVP (ARM7TDMI
> boot proc) first, then control is transferred to the CPU (A9 quad cluster).
> It is based on current u-boot-tegra/next.
> Future patches will add support/drivers for MMC, USB, I2C, SPI, NAND,
> and other peripherals. The Cardhu T30 board is supported initially.
Let me put my TI Custodian hat on and say, I've been where you are and I
have some advice. Make a local branch (or 5) of your working but needs
re-factoring and re-cleaning tree, and start fresh from
u-boot-tegra/next. Move more tegra20 files to the tegra common area.
Strip (#if 0) the "new" include files bare. Bring it up again. If you
bring in the framework so we can have <plat/foo.h> (which is in turn
arch/$(ARCH)/include/plat-vendor) I will be so happy you beat me to the
punch and with something a bit more (IMHO) clean than how the kernel
handles <plat/>. You're masking a way a lot of things that are either
identical (which is duplication which is bad) or subtly different (and
you haven't hit it, yet). However you migrate from the current tree to
the new tree (I've done a lot of ugly steps when I've done this locally,
but it keeps the board working from change to change), do it and do it
sooner rather than later. You will thank yourself in the end.
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