Revisited, audio codec device tree entries.

Jon Smirl jonsmirl at
Tue Nov 27 03:38:44 EST 2007

On 11/26/07, Timur Tabi <timur at> wrote:
> David Gibson wrote:
> >       1) We have a "universal" device-tree-based fabric driver which
> > parses all the above-described interconnection information in the
> > device tree and handles any situation.  Cool, but probably a lot of
> > work and fiddly to get right.
> Definitely a lot of work.  I suggest we wait until there are a few PowerPC ASOC
> v2 audio drivers in the kernel before we even consider this.  And it may not
> even be possible.  I can easily imagine situations where we need board-specific
> code that belongs in a machine-specific fabric driver.

I'm fixing up the asoc v2 code to use MODULE_DEVICE_TABLE() and the
real kernel aliasing/insmod system. Half of why we are having trouble
is because asoc isn't using this mechanism. I've posted patches fixing
i2c to use the same mechanism.  I don't have the asoc ones ready yet.

> --
> Timur Tabi
> Linux kernel developer at Freescale

Jon Smirl
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