We have two drivers for a 100%-identical peripheral right now, mostly
because we couldn't come up with a good common name for it back when we
checked it in. That seems like a pretty silly reason in the long run.
Both Tegra and Rockchip SoCs contain UARTs that use the common 8250
register interface (at least for the very basic byte-per-byte transmit
and receive parts we care about), memory-mapped with a 32-bit register
stride. This patch combines them to a single 8250_mmio32 driver (which
also fixes a problem when booting Rockchip without serial enabled, since
that driver forgot to check for serial initialization when registering
its console drivers). The register accesses are done using readl/writel
(as Rockchip did before), since the registers are documented as 32-bit
length (with top 24 bits RAZ/WI), although the Tegra SoC doesn't enforce
APB accesses to have the full word length. Also fixed checkpatch stuff.
A day may come when we can also merge this driver into the (completely
different, with more complicated features and #ifdefs) 8250 driver for
x86 (which has MMIO support for 8-bit register stride only), both here
and in coreboot. But it is not this day. This day I just want to get rid
of a 99% identical file without expending too much effort.
TEST=Booted on Veyron_Pinky and Nyan_Blaze with and without serial
enabled, both worked fine (although Veyron has another kernel issue).
Signed-off-by: Patrick Georgi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Original-Signed-off-by: Julius Werner <email@example.com>
Original-Reviewed-by: Aaron Durbin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tested-by: build bot (Jenkins)
Reviewed-by: Stefan Reinauer <email@example.com>