Commit bf7c01d9 authored by Ezequiel Garcia's avatar Ezequiel Garcia Committed by Tom Rini

spl: Move SPL_MMC_TINY option to appear under SPL menu

The SPL_MMC_TINY implements feature-reduced MMC support
on SPL, and as such, it's more consistent and convenient
to find it as part of the SPL configuration.
Signed-off-by: default avatarEzequiel Garcia <ezequiel@collabora.com>
parent 8e92120b
......@@ -572,6 +572,23 @@ config SPL_MMC_SUPPORT
this option to build the drivers in drivers/mmc as part of an SPL
build.
config SPL_MMC_TINY
bool "Tiny MMC framework in SPL"
depends on SPL_MMC_SUPPORT
default n
help
Enable MMC framework tinification support. This option is useful if
if your SPL is extremely size constrained. Heed the warning, enable
this option if and only if you know exactly what you are doing, if
you are reading this help text, you most likely have no idea :-)
The MMC framework is reduced to bare minimum to be useful. No malloc
support is needed for the MMC framework operation with this option
enabled. The framework supports exactly one MMC device and exactly
one MMC driver. The MMC driver can be adjusted to avoid any malloc
operations too, which can remove the need for malloc support in SPL
and thus further reduce footprint.
config SPL_MMC_WRITE
bool "MMC/SD/SDIO card support for write operations in SPL"
depends on SPL_MMC_SUPPORT
......
......@@ -158,21 +158,6 @@ config MMC_TRACE
If you need to see the MMC core message, say Y.
config SPL_MMC_TINY
bool "Tiny MMC framework in SPL"
help
Enable MMC framework tinification support. This option is useful if
if your SPL is extremely size constrained. Heed the warning, enable
this option if and only if you know exactly what you are doing, if
you are reading this help text, you most likely have no idea :-)
The MMC framework is reduced to bare minimum to be useful. No malloc
support is needed for the MMC framework operation with this option
enabled. The framework supports exactly one MMC device and exactly
one MMC driver. The MMC driver can be adjusted to avoid any malloc
operations too, which can remove the need for malloc support in SPL
and thus further reduce footprint.
config MMC_DAVINCI
bool "TI DAVINCI Multimedia Card Interface support"
depends on ARCH_DAVINCI
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