[alsa-devel] [PATCH 0/2] ASoC: dmaengine_pcm: support generic DMA binding users
lars at metafoo.de
Fri Mar 22 12:42:44 CET 2013
On 03/22/2013 12:28 PM, Mark Brown wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 22, 2013 at 11:17:04AM +0000, Russell King - ARM Linux wrote:
>> On Thu, Mar 21, 2013 at 04:22:06PM +0100, Mark Brown wrote:
>>> FWIW it might be worth looking at the one rmk wrote but has never wanted
>>> to submit for whatever reason.
>> Err no, stop twisting the facts. I know nothing is ever your fault. You
>> rejected it because it was providing support for non-cyclic supporting
>> DMA engine drivers.
> That might well have been one of the reasons now you mention it, I was
> just remembering that the code has never been posted to the list, I've
> only ever viewed it in your git trees. IIRC it was only mentioned on
> the list after the currently merged library was posted and you weren't
> keen on submitting at that point due as you weren't happy with the
> platform code using due to that code having to jump through hoops to
> support some unusual hardware design decisions.
>> I've since added support to it for cyclic DMA engines, but I've retained
>> the non-cyclic support in it because I don't see why I should remove it
>> when it works for me, especially given the difficulties with getting
> We need support for both cyclic and non-cyclic devices, one doesn't
> preclude the other and both kinds of hardware exist. Cyclic is much
> more common and generally more desirable but that doesn't mean that
> hardware designers always provide it.
The idea was to only have support for the cyclic dmaengine API in the ASoC
PCM driver and deal with the emulation of cyclic transfers for hardware,
which does not implement it, at the dmaengine layer.
>> anything in sound/soc changed once its been merged.
> I'm sorry, what difficulties are those?
>> Plus, as I've already said to you, I no longer develop and test it because
>> the platform I was using is now doing service as my firewall, and you'll
>> forgive me for not wanting to take the whole of *.arm.linux.org.uk
>> offline to mess around with ASoC stuff. But that's not to say I don't
>> care about the issue.
> Indeed, I understand why you've stopped now.
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