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SubjectRe: [PATCH] MIPS: Fixups of ALSA memory maps
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On Wed, 2009-11-18 at 18:47 +0100, Takashi Iwai wrote:
[...]
>
> Well, we haven't reached the consensus. The discussion faded away
> somehow mainly because I had too little time to update and ping people
> again.
>
> In Tokyo, I talked with some guys regarding this. Ben agreed to take
> this approach for ppc, and David said that he doesn't mind for sparc
> part. Fujita-san mentioned it's no big problem to add one op from
> the generic dma_ops.
>
> So, maybe somehow need to convince James in the end (and ask Paul to
> check SH part, too), then it'll be all up... theoretically :)
>
> Anyway, I'm going to raise the discussion again on linux-arch.
> I'm afraid it's a bit too late game for 2.6.33, but starting now is
> better than too late again.

Hi, Takashi Iwai

Before the API stuff going into the mainline(2.6.33), can we apply this
"[PATCH] MIPS: Fixups of ALSA memory maps"(This is the minimal
necessares) as a current fixup. and then we will not get a broken sound
support for MIPS, and also the support to the latest Loongson2F family
machines will benefit from it.

and Ralf, what about your suggestion?

Thanks & Best wishes,
Wu Zhangjin



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