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SubjectRe: [2/3][PATCH][v2] TDM Framework
On Wed, Aug 01, 2012 at 12:13:19PM +0000, Singh Sandeep-B37400 wrote:
> > On Mon, Jul 30, 2012 at 09:50:57AM +0000, Singh Sandeep-B37400 wrote:
> > > 1. You should send some kernel mode TDM clients. Without those the
> > framework
> > > is pretty useless.
> > > [Sandeep] We do have a test client but not good enough to be pushed in
> > > open source, should we add it to documentation??
> >
> > Then how do you know if the framework is "correct" and good enough for
> > real clients? We don't add frameworks, or apis, to the kernel without
> > users, so you will have to come up with some users before we can accept
> > it.
> We can only say that this framework is available in FSL BSPs and being used by VoIP companies.
> But running a complete voice stack itself is beyond the scope of Freescale.
> So vendors integrate their solutions with FSL solution.
> To test the framework we have a small application in our BSP (this is a very basic test client) which tests the TDM driver and the SLIC interface from voice transfer perspective.
> We can get this added in the Linux codebase in some test directory. What could be a good place for this?

tools/ is a good place for that.

And sorry, I was thinking you had kernel drivers that attached to this
framework, not userspace programs. Actually, what is the user/kernel
interface for this framework, I seem to have missed that entirely. You
will have to document that quite well, and run it by the linux-api
mailing list.


greg k-h

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