[PATCH 07/12] hotplug: Modify OdevAttributes for server-managed fd support
Hans de Goede
hdegoede at redhat.com
Tue Jan 28 00:49:34 PST 2014
On 01/28/2014 08:01 AM, Dave Airlie wrote:
> On 16 Jan 2014 00:33, "Hans de Goede" <hdegoede at redhat.com> wrote:
>> With systemd-logind support, the xserver, rather then the drivers will be
>> responsible for opening/closing the fd for drm nodes.
>> The initial open will happen on probe from config/udev.c, this commit adds
>> a fd member to OdevAttributes to store the fd to pass it along to the
>> The server_fd and paused flags are added to indicate wether server-
>> managed fds are in use for this device, and if they are if the device is
>> paused (no drm master rights) or not.
>> This commit also bumps the video ABI major, as this constitutes an ABI
>> systemd-logind tracks devices by their chardev major + minor numbers,
>> we are breaking ABI anyways also add major and minor fields for easy
> storage /
>> retreival of these, as well as a utility function for getting a platform
>> device by devnum.
> I'm on a bus but surely you should be adding new attributes not stick them
> in the attribute list head equivalent?
The problem is that currently OdevAttributes can only be strings. I cab
add config_odev_add_attribute_int / xf86_get_platform_device_attrib_int
functions and make this regular attributes instead if you would prefer
I see 2 ways to handle this:
1) Add a type field to struct OdevAttribute and make the
xf86_get_platform_device_attrib fail for attributes with type of int,
xf86_get_platform_device_attrib_int fail for non int attributes, and store
the int directly in the struct
2) Convert the int to a string on store and back on retrieval.
I would prefer method 1, but if you prefer method 2 please let me know before
I implement this :)
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