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SubjectRE: [alsa-devel] [PATCH v2 1/3] ASoC: binding: add tdm-slot.txt
> > The current internal API for TDM is very poor, I don't think we want
> > to expose that 1 to 1 to the devicetree. Since this means we'd have
> > to support that forever. The first thing is that the semantics of
> > snd_soc_dai_set_tdm_slot() are very unclear. E.g. some drivers use a
> > zero bit for a active slot, some drivers use a 1 bit for a active
> Yes, and if we do end up using masks we need to nail down what's going
> on in the DT.

Yes, certainly.

> > slot. The second thing is that we are not able to specify which
> > channel should be mapped to which slot. You can merely specify
> > from/to which slots the CODEC should read/write and then it is up to
> > the driver to guess which channel should go to which slot. In my
> > opinion a binding that allows to specify a explicit mapping of which
> > channel goes to which slot would be much better.
> It'd certainly be good to be able to do that, though having a default
> would make life easier.

@Lars, @Mark,

Yes, then will that means that we can just end up parsing masks from DT
and the masks will be generated by the driver specified
dai->driver->ops->of_xlate_tdm_slot_mask(slots, &tx_mask, &rx_mask)
callback or one default
snd_soc_of_xlate_tdm_slot_mask(slots, &tx_mask, &rx_mask), and the
'slots' is the number of the slot parsed from the DT node ?

Or other better ways ?


Best Regards,

> > Also those are four different settings. In my opinion they should
> > not be expressed in one property, but rather in four. E.g.
> > specifying a tx_mask for a rx only device does not make much sense.
> That makes sense.

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