[alsa-devel] [PATCH] ASoC: da9055: Partially fix device

Mark Brown broonie at kernel.org
Tue Jan 14 20:51:59 CET 2014

On Tue, Jan 14, 2014 at 11:04:22AM +0000, Opensource [Adam Thomson] wrote:

> I don't disagree with you on common patterns, and I have been an advocate of
> following these when working in the kernel as it generally makes things simpler
> and easier. Here I'm not trying to be awkward but am trying to get a simple,
> flexible, solution which fits best with our devices, whilst still using common
> kernel frameworks.

That's not what's been coming over.

> The PMIC is configurable via a register in its register map, and the Codec is
> configurable via an OTP register, which a customer is able to set themselves
> through a series of register writes, in the Codec register map. When you

Are you sure that it's not the other way around?  It's much more common
to have OTP for PMICs...  In any case, for the device configured via the
register map is there any real scenario where someone might use that
feature - devices do have this facility but it's generally never used
since by the time you can do register writes to configure the address
register I/O is already up and running so it's just making work.
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