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Use the cell-index property as the unit number if available.
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Authored by jhibbits on Sep 28 2016, 3:51 AM.

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NXP/Freescale, among others, includes an optional cell-index property
on nodes to denote the SoC block number of the node. This can be useful if, for
example, a node is disabled or nonexistent in the fdt, or the blocks are not
organized in address-sorted order. For instance, on the P1022, DMA2 is located
at CCSR offset 0xC000, while DMA1 is located at 0x21000.

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jhibbits updated this revision to Diff 20752.Sep 28 2016, 3:51 AM
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