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SubjectRe: [PATCH v2] ASoC: da7219: Allow pdata to specify a VDDIO
On Mon, Jul 23, 2018 at 02:41:26PM +0000, Adam Thomson wrote:
> On 23 July 2018 00:28, Daniel Kurtz wrote:

> > Provide a new device property to let such systems specify a different
> > VDDIO if needed (e.g., 1.8V).

> I'm not sure what the general view on this is. In the past it was suggested
> the regulator framework was the way to go to pass this kind of information,
> but obviously ACPI platforms don't tend to use it.

> Mark, what is your feeling on this? Would you be in favour of some kind of
> fixed voltage regulator representation, similar to the patch for the AMD
> platform (ASoC: AMD: Add a fix voltage regulator for DA7219 and ADAU7002),
> albeit tweaked to avoid asynchronous probe() issues, or is this a reasonable
> route? Personally in my mind, and in an ideal world, I'd prefer just one method
> for retrieving this data in the codec driver, but that may not be sensible.

Yeah, keeping things consistent if we can seems like a definite win
which points towards using regulators here. One other thing that
concerns me with using device properties here is what exactly we'd be
expecting to set them - I'd not expect system integrators to suddenly
start adding such properties.
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