[PATCH] drm: bridge/dw_hdmi: Filter modes > 165MHz for DVI

Yakir Yang ykk at rock-chips.com
Thu Jun 18 18:31:49 PDT 2015

Doug & Russell,

在 2015/6/19 0:10, Doug Anderson 写道:
> Russell,
> On Thu, Jun 18, 2015 at 8:55 AM, Russell King - ARM Linux
> <linux at arm.linux.org.uk> wrote:
>>> Perhaps you can try <https://patchwork.kernel.org/patch/5906771/>
>> Something like that needs to be done, but let's get rid of the mdvi
>> thing in struct hdmi_vmode - it doesn't belong there, it isn't part
>> of the currently set video mode, but becomes a property of the
>> connected sink.
>> I'd also prefer it to be called "is_dvi_sink", especially as its
>> function is changing from "is it a CEA mode" to "is the attached
>> device a DVI sink".
>> Even better would be to call it "is_hdmi_sink" to maintain positive
>> logic with single-negation where required, rather than double-
>> negation in places.
> Yakir: sounds like you now have some feedback on your patch now.
> Perhaps you can spin it with Russell's feedback?
> When you send it next, please make sure you include Russell in the
> "To" line.  Based at looking at who committed things to dw_hdmi in the
> past, I've been sending my patches "To":
>      Philipp Zabel
>      Russell King
>      Thierry Reding
> ...so perhaps that would be good for you to do, too?

Okay,  thanks for your remind.

>>> I am nowhere near an HDMI expert.  If you have a better suggestion
>>> then I'm more than happy for you to post it and drop my patch.  In my
>>> non-expert opinion, it would seem awfully strange for an AV receiver
>>> to modify the EDID though unless it was actively interpreting the
>>> signal and generating a whole new signal on the other end.  In any
>>> case, perhaps you can find such a device and that will give insight to
>>> how we should deal with it.  Until such a device is found, it seems
>>> fruitless to speculate.
>> Neither am I, but I have had the ability to do some testing with AV
>> receivers in the path of a HDMI device, and I've seen how they behave.
>> (I made copious notes on this, which I intend to publish when I have
>> a round tuit.)  Unfortunately, I have no DVI devices to test with,
>> and DVI devices are a dying breed - most monitors today come with
>> HDMI sockets instead.
> Ah, OK.  Have you seen any that specifically confuse the DVI vs. HDMI bits?
> I still have copious DVI devices around, personally.  I could have
> sworn that supporting "older hardware" was actually pretty important
> in Linux.  ...and I can still buy plenty of DVI devices out there.
>> That's a shame... I'm not inclined to Ack it as-is - and I'd also like
>> to see Yakir's patch reworked as I mentioned above.
> Perhaps when Yakir spins his series he can include a patch like mine
> in it.  It doesn't make sense for me to re-spin it until his is
> resolved.
I will rebase on russell series and re-send my patch today.

- Yakir
> -Doug

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