On Thu, Sep 30, 2021 at 3:56 AM Pavel Machek <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
AFAICT we are reviewing changes to those drivers on -stable series
(good). We are not testing the drivers in any meaningful way, and it
may be good to mark them built-in (=y, not modular) in some configs so
at least probing is tested. Proper testing would be quite hard, and
ammount of changes to them in stable probably does not require it.
I think functional testing for wireless drivers in CI system is hard,
so building and
probing seem reasonable tests currently.
(wl1837 hardware is handled by wl18xx driver.)
=> We should be reviewing it. We do some minimal testing by compiling
module in ZYNQMP configuration. No changes in 5.10-stable. Very few
changes from 4.19, mostly treewide cleanups.
zynqmp-zcu102 which is connected to CIP LAVA doesn't have the wl18xx
On the other hand, RZ/G2 boards (r8a774a1-hihope-rzg2m-ex,
r8a774c0-ek874) have the device. So these boards look suitable if
probing is tested, although
wl18xx is currently not enabled in the corresponding config files.
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