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# SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0
if LANTIQ

config SOC_TYPE_XWAY
	bool
	select PINCTRL_XWAY
	default n

choice
	prompt "SoC Type"
	default SOC_XWAY

config SOC_AMAZON_SE
	bool "Amazon SE"
	select SOC_TYPE_XWAY
	select MFD_SYSCON
	select MFD_CORE

config SOC_XWAY
	bool "XWAY"
	select SOC_TYPE_XWAY
	select HW_HAS_PCI
	select MFD_SYSCON
	select MFD_CORE

config SOC_FALCON
	bool "FALCON"
	select PINCTRL_FALCON

endchoice

choice
	prompt "Built-in device tree"
	help
	  Legacy bootloaders do not pass a DTB pointer to the kernel, so
	  if a "wrapper" is not being used, the kernel will need to include
	  a device tree that matches the target board.

	  The builtin DTB will only be used if the firmware does not supply
	  a valid DTB.

config LANTIQ_DT_NONE
	bool "None"

config DT_EASY50712
	bool "Easy50712"
	depends on SOC_XWAY
	select BUILTIN_DTB
endchoice

config PCI_LANTIQ
	bool "PCI Support"
	depends on SOC_XWAY && PCI

config XRX200_PHY_FW
	bool "XRX200 PHY firmware loader"
	depends on SOC_XWAY

endif