I am looking for a tool which can graphically represent the hardware device tree used in linux kernel. I am trying to understand linux kernel for particular arm chipset. It would be a really useful tool to have.
You can try the Component inspector tool.
It is part of QorIQ Configuration Suite which is a plugin for Eclipse.
Download here. (Requires registration. Free to download.)
Personally as i am on the cmd-line most of the time, and quite addicted to
vi, i find its built-in code folding capabilities are somewhat sufficient as long as the
dts is properly indented.
Setup hot-keys commands to fold/expand blocks of code in
by adding the following lines to
nnoremap <silent> <F5> zfa}<CR> nnoremap <silent> <F6> zo<CR>
With the above setup, to fold a block/node, simply move the cursor onto any of its lines(except the title) and hit F5. To expand a folded block/node, move to the line with the folded title and hit F6.
Here is what a partially folded dts looks like in