June 26-30, 2023
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Tuesday, June 27 • 11:00 - 11:40
Reworking the Zephyr Clock Control Subsystem - Moritz Fischer, Google

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The Zephyr DT based clock description works for a subset of existing drivers that fall broadly into two categories: Those supporting input clocks with compile-time known frequencies and those that use the clock control API to configure clocks. In this panel after briefly describing the status quo, and attempts I made at fixing the status quo, I'd like to have a discussion with the community on how we can move forward unifying the API such that all drivers can work with both fixed-clocks and dynamic clocks by making Zephyr's clock control API look and behave more like Linux' clock subsystem.

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Moritz Fischer

Software Engineer, Google
Moritz has been a Linux Kernel maintainer for the FPGA Manager subsystem for years. In his day job he leads a team working on everything from Boot ROMs, Firmware, BIOS and kernel for a variety of Google Silicon projects.

Tuesday June 27, 2023 11:00 - 11:40 CEST
South Hall 3C (Level 3)
  Zephyr Project Developer Summit