regulator updates in 3.6

Linux 3.6, which was released earlier today, saw continuing improvements in the factoring out of common code in the API – lots of new features making drivers smaller and easier to write! Initial framework support for GPIO controlled enable signals, saving a bunch of code in drivers. Move fixed regulator enable time and voltage mapping […]

regulator updates in 3.4

This has been a fairly quiet release from a regulator point of view, the only real framework features added were devm support and a convenience helper for setting up fixed voltage regulators. Much more coming next time, though! The most noticeable thing in the changelog is that Axel Lin continued his relentless and generally awesome […]

ASoC updates in 3.0

Linux 3.0 was released today – another fairly quiet release for the ASoC core, plus the usual collection of new drivers: Support DAPM controls that affect multiple paths – mainly used for single register bits that affect the routing for a stereo pair of audio streams. Simplifications in the cache infrastructure. New machine drivers for […]

ASoC updates in 2.6.38

Linux 2.6.38 was just released, with another big update to ASoC including: Enhancements to multi-component from Jarkko Nikula allowing multiple devices of the same type to be included in one system (and handling other overlaps between devices) and support cross device DAPM. Support from Dimitris Papastamos for compressing the register cache in memory using either […]