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Daniel Golle 1eb67cb070 mediatek: filogic: restore non-const type in pinctrl-mt7988 driver
When building with Linux 5.15 the 'const' type results in warnings.
Restore the original non-const type in those cases.

Fixes: 36d0aa9c2d ("mediatek: filogic: sync pinctrl-mt7988 with MediaTek SDK")
Signed-off-by: Daniel Golle <daniel@makrotopia.org>
2023-08-03 23:34:22 +01:00
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target mediatek: filogic: restore non-const type in pinctrl-mt7988 driver 2023-08-03 23:34:22 +01:00
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