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SubjectRe: [PATCH v2 0/6] soundwire/ASoC: abstract platform-dependent bases
On Fri, 23 Jul 2021 19:54:45 +0800, Bard Liao wrote:
> shim base and alh base are platform-dependent. This series suggests
> to use variables for those bases. It allows us to use different bases
> for new platforms.
> v2:
> - Update the commit message of "soundwire: move intel sdw register
> definitions to sdw_intel.h"
> [...]

Applied to for-next


[1/6] soundwire: move intel sdw register definitions to sdw_intel.h
commit: f01639589e252a6f72c04716e1b5f9bb10e2debc
[2/6] ASoC: SOF: intel: add sdw_shim/alh_base to sof_intel_dsp_desc
commit: 1cbf6443f0de6489044909b35962ba71940d48fe
[3/6] ASoC: SOF: intel: hda: remove HDA_DSP_REG_SNDW_WAKE_STS definition
commit: 781dd3c822683f4b5dc332b68ac49d2db3d400e9
[4/6] ASoC: SOF: intel: move sof_intel_dsp_desc() forward
commit: 2f1315ae94b46bf0d5b4be29be15cc3641364404
[5/6] ASoC: SOF: intel: add snd_sof_dsp_check_sdw_irq ops
commit: 198fa4bcf6a1e8685b43e37790d45f3ebcbc2784
[6/6] soundwire: intel: introduce shim and alh base
commit: 60e9feb781dfe84158b4ec7a4d61c5103e96e6f3

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