On Thu, 14 May 2009 19:59:46 +0100, Mark Brown
> This all looks basically fine - just a few comments below, the main one
> being the way you're registering things.
Thank you for quick review!
> > +#define txx9aclc_ac97_suspend NULL
> > +#define txx9aclc_ac97_resume NULL
> > +#endif
> Just remove all this if there's no implementation.
OK. I will do.
> Ideally you'd be registering a platform device in your arch code and
> then the DAI would only be registered when the device is probed. This
> (and similar stuff for the DMA) would mean that...
> ...all this resource stuff wouldn't need to be done by the machine
> driver, it'd be done by your DAI and DMA drivers. That means less
> duplication of code for multiple machines both in the machine driver and
> in registering the resources along with the platform device.
OK, then I will move irq/mem resource stuff to the DAI driver and dma
resource stuff to the DMA driver.
I placed them in the machine driver because both DAI and DMA drivers
need the mem resource. I can move the mem resource stuff into the DAI
driver since the DAI driver will be probed before the DMA driver.
OTOH, I want to keep arch code as is. There are some TXx9 SoC
variations and they can have different baseaddr/irq/dma. I want to
leave these details in arch code and make ASoC drivers generic as