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[Qemu-devel] Re: [PATCH 1/2] Factor out common SharpSL PDA code

From: Dmitry Baryshkov
Subject: [Qemu-devel] Re: [PATCH 1/2] Factor out common SharpSL PDA code
Date: Sat, 31 May 2008 16:40:00 +0000 (UTC)
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andrzej zaborowski wrote:

> On 30/05/2008, Dmitry Baryshkov <address@hidden> wrote:
>>  andrzej zaborowski wrote:
>>  > I think of the Tosa as part of spitz family, but we can split the
>>  > file if you think it's advantageous.  hw/spitz.c file would be named
>>  > hw/zaurus.c but I had to be paranoid about trademarked names at that
>>  > time, and afaik the SCOOP chip is only used on the Zaurus.
>> SCOOP is a custom ASiC used only on zaurus. However not all zaurii are
>>  spitz'. I moved all common functionality to separate file (should be
> For that matter akita isn't spitz either...

It's like a variation of spitz. The difference between spitz and tosa is
rather big.

>>  named hw/zaurus.c :)) to make things more clear. And separated
> Ok, I can rename when committing and optimally I'd use device.h instead
> of sharpsl.h

Fine with me. Please commit it so.

>>  > BTW, are you planning to add the other Tosa peripherals?
>> Yes. I'm looking at it now. The main problem probably will be TC6393XB
>>  which is a SiC containing NAND controller, FB/LCD, OHCI and (unused in
>>  tosa) MMC controller.  The current code ("return 3") is just a
>>  placeholder to make machine type detector work. wm9712 (audio codec +
>>  ts interface) and kbd seem to be simpler to implement.
> Great stuff.  The WM9712 can be also used in emulating some of the newer
> Palms.

Yup. However doing it properly will probably require refactoring of hw/
ac97.c. I'll probably start from tc6393xb.

>>  BTW: I wasn't able to get PXA MMC emulation working neither with my
>>  code, nor with spitz emulation. Does it work for you?
> It worked at one time but now I see the card intialisation stops after
> CMD1, so no, it doesn't.

Yes, I saw that. Linux gets timeouts and nothing more.

With best wishes

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