[PATCH 0/2] make imx hdmi publicly used by dw hdmi compatible platform
Russell King - ARM Linux
linux at arm.linux.org.uk
Tue Nov 4 06:29:09 PST 2014
On Tue, Nov 04, 2014 at 09:33:10PM +0800, Andy Yan wrote:
> From: Andy yan <andy.yan at rock-chips.com>
> We found freescale imx6 and rockchip rk3288 and Ingenic JZ4780 (Xburst/MIPS)
> use the interface compatible Designware HDMI IP, but they also have some
> lightly difference, such as phy pll configuration, register width(imx hdmi
> register is one byte, but rk3288 is 4 bytes width and can only access by word),
> 4K support(imx6 doesn't support 4k, but rk3288 does).
> To reuse the imx-hdmi driver, we do this patch set:
> patch (1): split out imx-soc code from imx-hdmi to dw_hdmi-imx.c
> patch (2): move imx-hdmi to bridge/, and rename to dw-hdmi to
> make this driver indepent of drm-imx . And we will add rockchip
> platform specific code dw_hdmi-rockchip.c later, this is depend
> on drm-rockchip.
Great - I fully agree that this needs to be renamed as it is a Designware
Should it be moved into bridge/ ? It isn't implemented as a DRM bridge
driver at present, so this seems illogical. Is the longer term plan to
convert it to be a DRM bridge?
Secondly, if you want HDMI audio support, you may find the patches I
maintain for the SolidRun devices useful, which add this as a standard
ALSA device. I also have CEC support for it as well. If you're
interested, I'll email those.
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