Subject: Re: Pegasos PCI-bus scan works
To: Tim Rightnour <email@example.com>
From: Frank Wille <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/02/2007 09:10:41
Tim Rightnour wrote:
> On 01-Nov-2007 Matt Sealey wrote:
>>marvell_pci.c would be far more descriptive if another Discovery platform
>>comes along (we support 3 of their chipsets with our firmware.. and who
>>knows who else might bite) which needs the same trick.
> I named it pegasospci, in the hopes that only the pegasos II would ever need
> this particular chunk of code.
Yes, I think so. The Pegasos 1 (using Mai's Articia-S northbridge)
should work with ofwpci.c, IIRC. But then you should call it
pegasos2pci.c or peg2pci.c.
We want to support the Pegasos 1 as well, do we? :)
> The layout is similar to how we laid out macppc's PCI busses.
But macppc uses the name of the northbridge, i.e. "bandit0 at
mainbus0", or "grackle0" or "uninorth0" ...
So... marvell0 would be nice.