[alsa-devel] [PATCH][ASoC V2] Make Freescale MPC8610 drivers more dynamic
timur at freescale.com
Mon Jun 2 16:18:11 CEST 2008
Mark Brown wrote:
> This change means that if someone builds another board with the same CPU
> on it then they'll have to add all the objects for the core CPU support
> to the Makefile entry for their board.
They'll need to update Kconfig and the Makefile anyway, so I decided to cut out
the "middle man" -- the SOC.
> There should at least be a
> separate Kconfig thing, even if it's not user visible. I've committed a
> patch backing this bit out for now.
>> +#define DEBUG
> This probably shouldn't be on by default?
For now, I want it on.
> In general, it'd be a bit easier to review the changes you're making if
> you were able to submit individual changes in separate patches,
Yes, that would be nice :-)
> though I
> appreciate that at the minute you're making a lot of changes that go
> over large portions of the code and can't be easily separated out so I
> wouldn't worry about it too much.
Normally, I would submit everything as one final patch, but I hate hanging on to
uncommitted code for too long.
Linux kernel developer at Freescale
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