[U-Boot] [PATCH v2 00/99] ram: rk3399: Add LPDDR4 support
jagan at amarulasolutions.com
Wed Jun 26 10:22:44 UTC 2019
On Wed, Jun 26, 2019 at 12:12 AM Ezequiel Garcia
<ezequiel at vanguardiasur.com.ar> wrote:
> Hi Jagan,
> Thanks for your hard work. I'm sure everyone in the Rockchip community
> is excited about finally having this support in U-Boot.
> On Tue, 25 Jun 2019 at 12:46, Jagan Teki <jagan at amarulasolutions.com> wrote:
> > >
> > > Was it absolutely necessary to split these changes into 99 commits? I
> > > believe at least some of them can be squashed. Reviewing 99 patches
> > > isn't feasible.
> > Squashed, I'm not sure because the patches were created to satisfy the
> > bisectability and travis-ci, if you find any please feel to comment.
> > About the commit count, I have mentioned in v1, the idea of having
> > many commits in one series to have all lpddr4(-related) changes in one
> > place and also all the commit has incremental approach of supporting
> > rank detection and lpddr4. If require I'm open to sent next versions
> > as multiple series, no problem on that.
> I strongly agree with Vasily, and I don't think multiple series makes it any
> What's the reason for having two commits for:
> "ram: rk3399: Set lpddr4 MR3" and "ram: rk3399: Set lpddr4 MR12" ?
These are individual lpddr4 set rate registers to support, each one is
independent on it' own initialization and more over on the whole, it
is critical to review.
> Or splitting all the "ram: rk3399: Add ... macro" ?
You mean the patches 13 to 20 same like above each one has it's own
meaning. It is not meaningful to squash them all.
> What do you loose if you merge the patches into one?
> I must confess I am very surprised, and don't really understand what do you
> gain with this excessive split. Normally, when we are adding a new feature,
> we normally don't need many patches, so it's the other way around, really.
> Bisectability is about not breaking existing support, but because the feature
> is new, normally this is easy.
Look, like the whole confusion seems to be because of more patches in
one series and the cover-letter states that it support lpddr4. I
understand it now, will send the relevant changes in next version
accordingly, if require I will squash if any.
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