On Mon, Dec 05, 2011 at 02:40:50PM +0530, Thomas Abraham wrote:
On 4 December 2011 21:24, Mark Brown
If the regulator isn't software managed then always_on covers this - the regulator core will enable any always_on regulators that haven't been enabled already.
Thanks for the hint. I was trying to deal with a regulator that was not software managed but also required the voltage level to be set to certain level. That was possible with 'apply_uV' constraint in non-dt case. Anyway, I have modified the code to manage the regulator and this works fine in dt case as well without the 'apply_uV' constraint.
With the regulator device tree bindings if the regulator is configured to run a single voltage the bindings will set apply_uV unconditionally so there's no need for a separate constraint.