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SubjectRe: [PATCH v4 00/22] Support HDMI audio on NVIDIA Tegra20
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15.12.2021 21:57, Mark Brown пишет:
> On Sat, Dec 04, 2021 at 05:37:03PM +0300, Dmitry Osipenko wrote:
>
>> I based S/PDIF patches on Arnd's Bergmann patch from a separate series [1]
>> that removes obsolete slave_id. This eases merging of the patches by
>> removing the merge conflict. This is a note for Mark Brown.
>
> That's not in my tree so I'll need either a pull request with the series
> or a resend after the merge window.

This patch is included as a part of this series, please see the patch #6.

I saw that Vinod Koul already merged it into his DMA tree [1] a day ago,
but there is no stable branch there.

[1]
https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/vkoul/dmaengine.git/log/?h=next

> It's also not clear what to do
> about the DRM bits, I guess it's probably easiest to just apply them
> along with the ASoC patches.

I already asked Thierry Reding to take a look at this patchset. He will
let to you know how the DRM bits should be handled. Hopefully this
should happen tomorrow.

We will know how to move forward if Vinod and Thierry will reply ASAP.
Otherwise this series will have to wait for the next cycle.

> Please include human readable descriptions of things like commits and
> issues being discussed in e-mail in your mails, this makes them much
> easier for humans to read especially when they have no internet access.
> I do frequently catch up on my mail on flights or while otherwise
> travelling so this is even more pressing for me than just being about
> making things a bit easier to read.
>

Noted; I see now that it's indeed not clear from the cover letter that I
included Arnd's patch into this patchset, sorry about that. I assumed
that you will notice this after looking through the patches.

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