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SubjectRe: [PATCH v5 00/11] soundwire: update ASoC interfaces
On 11-12-19, 19:44, Pierre-Louis Bossart wrote:
> We need new fields in existing structures to
> a) deal with race conditions on codec probe/enumeration
> b) allow for multi-step ACPI scan/probe/startup on Intel plaforms
> c) deal with MSI issues using a single handler/threads for all audio
> interrupts
> d) deal with access to registers shared across multiple links on Intel
> platforms
> These structures for a) will be used by the SOF driver as well as
> codec drivers. The b) c) and d) cases are only for the Intel-specific
> implementation.
> To avoid conflicts between ASoC and Soundwire trees, these 11 patches
> are provided out-of-order, before the functionality enabled in these
> header files is added in follow-up patch series which can be applied
> separately in the ASoC and Soundwire trees. As discussed earlier,
> Vinod would need to provide an immutable tag for Mark Brown, and the
> integration on the ASoC side of SOF changes and new codecs drivers can
> proceed in parallel with SoundWire core changes.
> I had multiple offline discussions with Vinod/Mark/Takashi on how to
> proceed withe volume of SoundWire changes. Now that v5.5-rc1 is out we
> should go ahead with these interface changes.
> The next patchset "[PATCH v3 00/15] soundwire: intel: implement new
> ASoC interfaces​" can still be reviewed but will not apply as is due to
> a one-line conflict. An update will be provided when Vinod applies
> this series to avoid noise on mailing lists.
> An update for the series "[PATCH v3 00/22] soundwire: code hardening
> and suspend-resume support" is ready but will be provided when both
> the interfaces changes and the implementation changes are merged.

Applied, thanks

I will send the tag tomorrow after it is in next



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