[PATCH 10/13] ARM: dts: synquacer: Add device trees for DeveloperBox

Masami Hiramatsu masami.hiramatsu at linaro.org
Fri Apr 16 11:13:13 CEST 2021

Hi Tom,

2021年4月15日(木) 2:33 Tom Rini <trini at konsulko.com>:
> > BTW, I made some changes on it for U-Boot drivers.
> > - Enabled OP-TEE node by default (EDK2 checks OP-TEE existance
> >   and enables it)
> > - Add SPI node information for accessing SPI-NOR from U-Boot (EDK2
> >  embedded such information inside)
> > Thus the DeveloperBox.dts may not be kept as-is.
> These kinds of changes can be done in something such as
> DeveloperBox-u-boot.dtsi.  Check out the logic in scripts/Makefile.lib
> around automatic inclusion of a "-u-boot.dtsi" file.

OK, I confirmed adding "CONFIG_DEFAULT_DEVICE_TREE-u-boot.dtsi" works.

> > > I assume this is not part of the uniphier family, so we should start by
> > > naming these as arch/arm/dts/synquacer-... to fit with the general
> > > scheme.  Perhaps -developerbox, -core and -caches ?
> >
> > OK. BTW, I'm not sure what is the best way to use SYS_CPU and SYS_SOC.
> > This SoC family name is SynQuacer and the SoC itself is SC2A11.
> > In this case,
> > CONFIG_SYS_CPU=synquacer
> > CONFIG_SYS_SOC=sc2a11
> > or
> > CONFIG_SYS_SOC=synquacer-sc2a11
> I think the first example you list is likely the best.

I found that SYS_CPU is already set to "armv8" and it is used in the
build process. So I will not change it.

Thank you,

Masami Hiramatsu

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