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Re: [Xen-devel] [PATCH for-4.6 0/5] xen: arm: Parse PCI DT nodes' ranges and interrupt-map

On Sun, 2015-02-15 at 21:49 -0600, Suravee Suthikulpanit wrote:
> On 10/24/2014 04:58 AM, Ian Campbell wrote:
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> > This series adds parsing of the DT ranges and interrupt-map properties
> > for PCI devices, these contain the MMIOs and IRQs used by children on
> > the bus. This replaces the specific mapping on xgene which should also
> > mean that it works on xgene devices other than mustang which use a
> > different PCI root controller (the xgene has several, we only map the
> > first).
> >
> > I've tested on Mustang and on a FastModel with virtio-pci based rootfs.
> >
> > This is *not* for 4.5.
> >
> > Ian.
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> Ian,
> I have tested this on Seattle w/ the ToT Xen-4.6 unstable branch (commit 
> 001324547356af86875fad5003f679571a6b8f1c), and I have PCI working in 
> Dom0. Are you planning on committing this series at some point?

At some point, yes.

I originally had some doubts that this was the correct approach, but I
a) can't remember what they were and b) think I've convinced myself this
is the right way to go afterall...

Since this is now in your way I'll bump revisiting it up my stack a bit.


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