[alsa-devel] [PATCH]ASoC: Create a common directory for AVR32 and ARM9 atmel boards.

Sedji Gaouaou sedji.gaouaou at atmel.com
Fri Oct 3 16:22:01 CEST 2008

Mark Brown a écrit :
> On Fri, Oct 03, 2008 at 02:44:43PM +0200, Sedji Gaouaou wrote:
>>> Ah, right.  While I understand that the hardware is pretty much identical
>>> are you sure that the APIs for accessing it are the same on both AVR32
>>> and AT91?  My understanding was that there was some work required to
>> Actually I based my patch on the at32-pcm and at32-ssc files which were 
>> based on at91-ssc and at91-pcm files, so I don't think there should be 
>> any differences.
> Right, they're based on each other but they use different APIs to access
> the hardware - this is the most substantial difference between them.
> Are you sure that the API you have chosen to use is availiable for both
> architectures?  It's possible that it is but there's no mention of this
> issue in your patch description and I'd like to confirm.
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If you are talking about the API to access ssc(ssc_writel and 
ssc_readl), it was basically why I needed a new driver in the first 
place. Indeed we wanted to use the same API across all atmel platforms.

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