[PATCH 0/4] pxafb: add smartpanel support - Kernel

This is a discussion on [PATCH 0/4] pxafb: add smartpanel support - Kernel ; There are 4 patches as listed below: 0001 - pxafb: introduce lcd_{read,write}l() to wrap the __raw_{read,write}l() 0002 - pxafb: use completion for LCD disable wait code 0003 - pxafb: move parallel LCD timing setup into dedicate function 0004 - pxafb: ...

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  1. [PATCH 0/4] pxafb: add smartpanel support

    There are 4 patches as listed below:

    0001 - pxafb: introduce lcd_{read,write}l() to wrap the __raw_{read,write}l()
    0002 - pxafb: use completion for LCD disable wait code
    0003 - pxafb: move parallel LCD timing setup into dedicate function
    0004 - pxafb: preliminary smart panel interface support

    The actual support for the smartpanel interface is done by patch 0004, the
    patches 0001-0003 are mainly cleanup ones.

    The smartpanel interface supports LCD panels with internal buffers,
    sometimes known as remote framebuffer.

    The next step work will be to introduce an "struct pxafb_output" to
    abstract two different output interface supported: the parallel and
    the smartpanel, after these patches are merged.

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    - eric
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  2. Re: [PATCH 0/4] pxafb: add smartpanel support

    On Tue, 8 Apr 2008 12:01:25 +0800 "eric miao" wrote:

    > There are 4 patches as listed below:
    >
    > 0001 - pxafb: introduce lcd_{read,write}l() to wrap the __raw_{read,write}l()
    > 0002 - pxafb: use completion for LCD disable wait code
    > 0003 - pxafb: move parallel LCD timing setup into dedicate function
    > 0004 - pxafb: preliminary smart panel interface support


    I had to fix rather a lot of wordwrapping in these patches. Please fix up
    your email client for next time, thanks.
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