[PATCH libdrm v3 1/1] amdgpu: move asic id table to a separate file
emil.l.velikov at gmail.com
Wed May 31 11:19:47 UTC 2017
On 30 May 2017 at 22:59, Li, Samuel <Samuel.Li at amd.com> wrote:
>> - Marketing can make mistakes or have IT glitches The inconsistent use of "(TM)" and using a 67C2:00 is something one wants to double-check with them.
> Marketing names are there for a lot of reasons. The code here is to pass the names only.
> If you are interested in a vendor's marketing names, please reach out to the vendor, e.g. through your contacts in the vendor who also shares your interest.
True, yet orthogonal to what I'm saying. As people point potential
mistakes you (perhaps not personally) want to check if those are
genuine or not.
If things are correct, say 67C2:00 is valid, simply mention "yes A/B
is bit unusual, yet it's the correct name".
>>- Having a separate file so that clients can update/edit it does not help much.
> Please say it to pci.ids/usb.ids :)
Those files have many more users than the amdgpu.ids, have existed for
~20 years. Since you refer to pci.ids - why not reuse it but grow a
local copy instead?
>> Adding ~200 loc for ~170 devices entries sounds like a step in the wrong direction.
> Check the vendor's entries in pci.ids, and you might have some better idea.
The file lists ~2.8k entries for 1002 ATI/AMD, yet those include north
bridges and others which are not applicable here.
I'm afraid your argument is too subtle.
As they say "Not my circus not my moneys" (don't take this the wrong way).
P.S. Please convince your email client to quote properly?
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