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

Sedji Gaouaou sedji.gaouaou at atmel.com
Thu Oct 2 18:00:37 CEST 2008

Mark Brown a écrit :
> On Thu, Oct 02, 2008 at 09:50:26AM +0200, Sedji Gaouaou wrote:
>> Create a common directory for AVR32 and ARM9 atmel boards to unify atmel 
>> audio DAI.
>> Signed-off-by: Sedji Gaouaou <sedji.gaouaou at atmel.com>
> Hrm.  It doesn't look like playpaq_wm8510.c will build after this change
> - for one thing, at32-pcm.h and at32-ssc.h don't exist any more in the 
> new atmel directory but there's no change to the file to reflect that.
> If you're unable to test AVR32 yourself then perhaps Geoffrey (CCed)
> will be able to help out here?
Yes my mistake!! I will change change right now. Nevertheless I don't 
even have a AVR compiler so I can't really test the AVR code....
> Also, please note the changes to the playpaq driver which were made in
> commit c2d8a0f79a63e3d3ead52fba3a6300f86514758b which was merged into
> Takashi's tree the other day.
Again my mistake :)
> Can I also suggest splitting this up so that you do the merge of the
> existing code in one patch then add your new board drivers in another?
> If nothing else it'd bring down the size of the main diff.  :)
Ok, no worries. I will create:
	a patch that contains the atmel_ssc_dai.c and .h file,
	a patch for the atmel-pcm.c/.h files
	a patch playback_wm8510.c and sam9g20_wm8731.c files.
	a patch for the Makefile and the Kconfig.

Is that ok?

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