Commit 73fc7f08 authored by Takashi Sakamoto's avatar Takashi Sakamoto Committed by Takashi Iwai

ALSA: firewire-lib: compute the value of second field in cycle count for IT context

In callback function of isochronous context, u32 variable is passed for
cycle count. The value of this variable comes from DMA descriptors of 1394
Open Host Controller Interface (1394 OHCI). In the specification, DMA
descriptors transport lower 3 bits for second field and full cycle field in
16 bits field, therefore 16 bits of the u32 variable are available. The
value for second is modulo 8, and the value for cycle is modulo 8,000.

Currently, ALSA firewire-lib module don't use the value of the second
field, because the value is useless to calculate presentation timestamp in
IEC 61883-6. However, the value may be useful for debugging. In later
commit, it will be printed with the other parameters for debugging.

This commit makes this module to handle the whole cycle count including
second. The value is calculated by cycle unit. The existed code is already
written with ignoring the value of second, thus this commit causes no
issues.
Signed-off-by: default avatarTakashi Sakamoto <o-takashi@sakamocchi.jp>
Signed-off-by: default avatarTakashi Iwai <tiwai@suse.de>
parent 38b19ed7
......@@ -548,26 +548,44 @@ static int handle_in_packet(struct amdtp_stream *s,
return 0;
}
static void out_stream_callback(struct fw_iso_context *context, u32 cycle,
/*
* In CYCLE_TIMER register of IEEE 1394, 7 bits are used to represent second. On
* the other hand, in DMA descriptors of 1394 OHCI, 3 bits are used to represent
* it. Thus, via Linux firewire subsystem, we can get the 3 bits for second.
*/
static inline u32 compute_cycle_count(u32 tstamp)
{
return (((tstamp >> 13) & 0x07) * 8000) + (tstamp & 0x1fff);
}
static inline u32 increment_cycle_count(u32 cycle, unsigned int addend)
{
cycle += addend;
if (cycle >= 8 * CYCLES_PER_SECOND)
cycle -= 8 * CYCLES_PER_SECOND;
return cycle;
}
static void out_stream_callback(struct fw_iso_context *context, u32 tstamp,
size_t header_length, void *header,
void *private_data)
{
struct amdtp_stream *s = private_data;
unsigned int i, syt, packets = header_length / 4;
unsigned int data_blocks;
u32 cycle;
if (s->packet_index < 0)
return;
/*
* Compute the cycle of the last queued packet.
* (We need only the four lowest bits for the SYT, so we can ignore
* that bits 0-11 must wrap around at 3072.)
*/
cycle += QUEUE_LENGTH - packets;
cycle = compute_cycle_count(tstamp);
/* Align to actual cycle count for the last packet. */
cycle = increment_cycle_count(cycle, QUEUE_LENGTH - packets);
for (i = 0; i < packets; ++i) {
syt = calculate_syt(s, ++cycle);
cycle = increment_cycle_count(cycle, 1);
syt = calculate_syt(s, cycle);
data_blocks = calculate_data_blocks(s, syt);
if (handle_out_packet(s, data_blocks, syt) < 0) {
......@@ -580,7 +598,7 @@ static void out_stream_callback(struct fw_iso_context *context, u32 cycle,
fw_iso_context_queue_flush(s->context);
}
static void in_stream_callback(struct fw_iso_context *context, u32 cycle,
static void in_stream_callback(struct fw_iso_context *context, u32 tstamp,
size_t header_length, void *header,
void *private_data)
{
......@@ -650,7 +668,7 @@ static void in_stream_callback(struct fw_iso_context *context, u32 cycle,
}
/* processing is done by master callback */
static void slave_stream_callback(struct fw_iso_context *context, u32 cycle,
static void slave_stream_callback(struct fw_iso_context *context, u32 tstamp,
size_t header_length, void *header,
void *private_data)
{
......@@ -659,7 +677,7 @@ static void slave_stream_callback(struct fw_iso_context *context, u32 cycle,
/* this is executed one time */
static void amdtp_stream_first_callback(struct fw_iso_context *context,
u32 cycle, size_t header_length,
u32 tstamp, size_t header_length,
void *header, void *private_data)
{
struct amdtp_stream *s = private_data;
......@@ -678,7 +696,7 @@ static void amdtp_stream_first_callback(struct fw_iso_context *context,
else
context->callback.sc = out_stream_callback;
context->callback.sc(context, cycle, header_length, header, s);
context->callback.sc(context, tstamp, header_length, header, s);
}
/**
......
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