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SubjectRe: [alsa-devel] [PATCH 15/27] ALSA: hda - Use timecounter_initialize interface
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On 1/2/18 12:03 AM, Sagar Arun Kamble wrote:
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> On 12/28/2017 10:19 PM, Richard Cochran wrote:
>> On Tue, Dec 26, 2017 at 01:07:35PM +0530, Sagar Arun Kamble wrote:
>>>> Or can we provide simpler versions for covering some defaults?  At
>>>> least reducing the number of arguments would make things easier.
>>> Thought about specifying 1. cyclecounter read func 2. frequency 3.
>>> width of
>>> counter as parameters here
>>> which can get rid of mult, shift params. But this is not easy as most
>>> of the
>>> drivers do not specify
>>> cyclecounter frequency and instead hard-code the mult/shift factors.
>> You are talking about using clocks_calc_mult_shift() here, right? (See
>> the usage example in drivers/net/ethernet/ti/cpts.c).
> Yes
>> This is a good idea, and it is worth getting the driver authors' input
>> to figure out the correct parameters.

I wrote the code for HDaudio and I remember wasting time trying to
figure out the gory details of the cycle counter stuff when all I wanted
was a conversion from a 24MHz counter to ns values using a 125/3
operation in the right order - as explained in the comments

If there was a helper to set those mult/shift values it'd make the
HDaudio code clearer (and also help support newer modes of operation
with a 12 and 6 MHz MCLK).

The initial proposal with hard-coded values in arguments instead of
structure members didn't really make the code clearer.


>>
>> I bet we can use that almost everywhere.  If there are any drivers
>> that cannot be converted, then we can leave some sort of low level
>> legacy initialization method.
> Agree
>> Thanks,
>> Richard
>>
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