ASoC updates in 3.2

Linux 3.2 was released yesterday. It’s been a fairly busy release for ASoC in terms of the subsystem, including the first piece of work at moving the register I/O code over to regmap to eliminate the duplication there, but a pretty quiet one on the drivers front. Substantial optimization of the DAPM algorithm, substantially reducing the CPU […]

ASoC updates in 3.1

Linus released version 3.1 of the kernel at Kernel Summit this morning. This has been another fairly quiet release for the framework with a few nice power optimizations, a range of driver enhancements and a fairly small set of new drivers. Lots of cleanups to the register cache code in preparation for moving the code to the […]