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SubjectRe: [RFC 0/8] Introducing a generic AMP/IPC framework
On Thursday 23 June 2011 18:27:10 Grosen, Mark wrote:
> First, we are not abandoning DSPLINK. We have many users of this, even
> though it is out-of-tree, and we will continue to support it. That said, we
> do intend to make this new design the basis for DSPLINK-like
> functionality. It's designed to be done "the right way" for Linux (and we
> are looking for feedback to make it better). It is also designed to be more
> scalable and extensible in userspace. With a solid kernel foundation, we can
> provide lots of functionality in userspace, or users can implement their own
> custom solutions. One of the key things to do is map our existing DSPLINK
> APIs, like MessageQ, to the new rpmsg transport.

Sounds all good. What about the PRUSS code? Does that fit into the new model
as well?


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