This is the bulk of GPIO changes for the v3.19 series:
- A new API that allows setting more than one GPIO at the
time. This is implemented for the new descriptor-based
API only and makes it possible to e.g. toggle a clock and
data line at the same time, if the hardware can do this
with a single register write. Both consumers and drivers
need new calls, and the core will fall back to driving
individual lines where needed. Implemented for the MPC8xxx
- Patched the mdio-mux-gpio and the serial mctrl driver
that drives modems to use the new multiple-setting API
to set several signals simultaneously.
- Get rid of the global GPIO descriptor array, and instead
allocate descriptors dynamically for each GPIO on a certain
GPIO chip. This moves us closer to getting rid of the
limitation of using the global, static GPIO numberspace.
- New driver and device tree bindings for 74xx ICs.
- New driver and device tree bindings for the VF610 Vybrid.
- Support the RCAR r8a7793 and r8a7794.
- Guidelines for GPIO device tree bindings trying to get
things a bit more strict with the advent of combined
- Suspend/resume support for the MVEBU driver.
- A slew of minor fixes and improvements.
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gpio: mcp23s08: fix up compilation error
The driver depends on the chip.of_node being present to compile,
which is the case on some target platforms but not others.
Instead, rely on chip.dev->of_node to be used, as struct device
always has an of_node in place.
Cc: Alexander Stein <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Suggested-by: Linus Torvalds <email@example.com>
Signed-off-by: Linus Walleij <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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