[U-Boot] [PATCH 000/126] x86: Add initial support for apollolake
sjg at chromium.org
Wed Oct 2 02:15:37 UTC 2019
On Wed, 25 Sep 2019 at 08:58, Simon Glass <sjg at chromium.org> wrote:
> Apollolake is an Intel SoC generation aimed at relatively low-end embedded
> systems. It was released in 2016 but has become more popular recently with
> some embedded boards using it.
> This series adds support for apollolake. As an example it adds an
> implementation of chromebook_coral (a large range of Chromebooks released
> in 2017).
> The series provides only enough to boot to a prompt. It does not include
> display, storage, USB, etc. But it does include the major part of the
> Since this is the first time U-Boot has used FSP2 there is quite a bit of
> refactoring needed. Some of this is in previous series, but much of it is
> Some further clean-up is needed with this series and it needs more
> documentation, but it is ready for review.
> This series is available at u-boot-dm/coral-working
Just a note on this series. I sent it out as it was already getting
huge and I don't like sitting on so many patches.
I have since done a little more work and have more peripherals running
as well as FSP-S. In doing so I've found some clean-ups in the FSP
parts, moving apollolake-specific code out of the fsp/ directory where
it ended up, for example.
This results in another 20 patches or so :-(
The first 45 patches in *this* are not specific to x86 so I am
thinking of dealing with them separately.
So my plan is:
1. Get the sandbox/dm patches reviewed and applied
2. Tidy up the remaining series
3. Add the new patches
I am on holiday for a week so will get to this on the 12th or so.
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