From: Tom Rix <[email protected]>
Change use of 'a fpga' to 'an fpga'
Signed-off-by: Tom Rix <[email protected]>
.../devicetree/bindings/fpga/fpga-region.txt | 22 +++++++++----------
1 file changed, 11 insertions(+), 11 deletions(-)
diff --git a/Documentation/devicetree/bindings/fpga/fpga-region.txt b/Documentation/devicetree/bindings/fpga/fpga-region.txt
index d787d57491a1c..7d35152648387 100644
@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@ Partial Reconfiguration (PR)
Partial Reconfiguration Region (PRR)
* Also called a "reconfigurable partition"
- * A PRR is a specific section of a FPGA reserved for reconfiguration.
+ * A PRR is a specific section of an FPGA reserved for reconfiguration.
* A base (or static) FPGA image may create a set of PRR's that later may
be independently reprogrammed many times.
* The size and specific location of each PRR is fixed.
@@ -105,7 +105,7 @@ reprogrammed independently while the rest of the system continues to function.
-When a DT overlay that targets a FPGA Region is applied, the FPGA Region will
+When a DT overlay that targets an FPGA Region is applied, the FPGA Region will
do the following:
1. Disable appropriate FPGA bridges.
@@ -134,8 +134,8 @@ The intended use is that a Device Tree overlay (DTO) can be used to reprogram an
FPGA while an operating system is running.
An FPGA Region that exists in the live Device Tree reflects the current state.
-If the live tree shows a "firmware-name" property or child nodes under a FPGA
-Region, the FPGA already has been programmed. A DTO that targets a FPGA Region
+If the live tree shows a "firmware-name" property or child nodes under an FPGA
+Region, the FPGA already has been programmed. A DTO that targets an FPGA Region
and adds the "firmware-name" property is taken as a request to reprogram the
FPGA. After reprogramming is successful, the overlay is accepted into the live
@@ -152,9 +152,9 @@ These FPGA regions are children of FPGA bridges which are then children of the
base FPGA region. The "Full Reconfiguration to add PRR's" example below shows
-If an FPGA Region does not specify a FPGA Manager, it will inherit the FPGA
+If an FPGA Region does not specify an FPGA Manager, it will inherit the FPGA
Manager specified by its ancestor FPGA Region. This supports both the case
-where the same FPGA Manager is used for all of a FPGA as well the case where
+where the same FPGA Manager is used for all of an FPGA as well the case where
a different FPGA Manager is used for each region.
FPGA Regions do not inherit their ancestor FPGA regions' bridges. This prevents
@@ -166,7 +166,7 @@ within the static image of the FPGA.
- compatible : should contain "fpga-region"
- fpga-mgr : should contain a phandle to an FPGA Manager. Child FPGA Regions
- inherit this property from their ancestor regions. A fpga-mgr property
+ inherit this property from their ancestor regions. An fpga-mgr property
in a region will override any inherited FPGA manager.
- #address-cells, #size-cells, ranges : must be present to handle address space
mapping for child nodes.
@@ -175,12 +175,12 @@ Optional properties:
- firmware-name : should contain the name of an FPGA image file located on the
firmware search path. If this property shows up in a live device tree
it indicates that the FPGA has already been programmed with this image.
- If this property is in an overlay targeting a FPGA region, it is a
+ If this property is in an overlay targeting an FPGA region, it is a
request to program the FPGA with that image.
- fpga-bridges : should contain a list of phandles to FPGA Bridges that must be
controlled during FPGA programming along with the parent FPGA bridge.
This property is optional if the FPGA Manager handles the bridges.
- If the fpga-region is the child of a fpga-bridge, the list should not
+ If the fpga-region is the child of an fpga-bridge, the list should not
contain the parent bridge.
- partial-fpga-config : boolean, set if partial reconfiguration is to be done,
otherwise full reconfiguration is done.
@@ -279,7 +279,7 @@ Supported Use Models
In all cases the live DT must have the FPGA Manager, FPGA Bridges (if any), and
a FPGA Region. The target of the Device Tree Overlay is the FPGA Region. Some
-uses are specific to a FPGA device.
+uses are specific to an FPGA device.
* No FPGA Bridges
In this case, the FPGA Manager which programs the FPGA also handles the
@@ -300,7 +300,7 @@ uses are specific to a FPGA device.
bridges need to exist in the FPGA that can gate the buses going to each FPGA
region while the buses are enabled for other sections. Before any partial
reconfiguration can be done, a base FPGA image must be loaded which includes
- PRR's with FPGA bridges. The device tree should have a FPGA region for each
+ PRR's with FPGA bridges. The device tree should have an FPGA region for each
Device Tree Examples