[alsa-devel] SoC sound support for imx27
jbe at pengutronix.de
Mon May 5 14:55:04 CEST 2008
On Monday 05 May 2008 14:42, Mark Brown wrote:
> On Mon, May 05, 2008 at 12:56:37PM +0200, Juergen Beisert wrote:
> > Hmm, I did a deeper look into this code. Why - for example - does the
> > file mx31ads-wm8753.c does the job of the BSP file? Why it registers
> > devices? For my board I want to register platform_devices only in
> > arc/arm/mach-mx2/pcm038.c. Nowhere else. If there is some glue required
> > to bring components together, IMHO also arc/arm/mach-mx2/pcm038.c is the
> > correct place to do so. Why you did it in sound/ ? If you do it in sound/
> > , you always need two locations to maintain. On in the arch/, one in
> > sound/ .
> The model which the existing ASoC platform code is using is that the
> sound subsystem of the device is frequently involved enough to justify
> thinking of it as a discrete "sound card", even if physically it is part
> of the same board. This is partly inherited from ASoC v1 where the way
> things are registered is less than ideal (it doesn't use the device
> model) and partly due to the fact that some machine definitions can get
> fairly large, especially with more complex board designs.
> That said, you don't need to do things this way, especially with ASoC v2
> where even if you do separate out the machine driver you can still
> register everything in your architecture code including a platform
> device for the machine driver.
Hmm, how far away is ASoC v2 from mainline? When I start to develop the driver
right now, what version I should use?
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