qnx support for a crystal 4237 chipset

is there any code in the old or the coming ddk I can be pointed to in order
to attempt making a cs4237 driver?

thanks

bleatgoat <bleatgoat@goat.net> wrote:

is there any code in the old or the coming ddk I can be pointed to in order
to attempt making a cs4237 driver?

Yes. All of the DDK’s contain documentation and examples on how to write
your own driver.

pete@qnx.com wrote:

bleatgoat <> bleatgoat@goat.net> > wrote:

is there any code in the old or the coming ddk I can be pointed to in
order to attempt making a cs4237 driver?

Yes. All of the DDK’s contain documentation and examples on how to write
your own driver.

where is the link, pete?

Thanks

I believe what Pete meant was that the DDK is choc-full of documenty
goodness on how to write audio device drivers for QNX6. If you have the DDK
then you’ve got everything you need, except the specs for the cs4237 chipset
which you would need to hammer into the examples provided in the DDK.

If you were asking how to download the DDK, then the answer is “it’s a
couple of topics back”.

If you were asking where a link to source code for a cs4237 driver is, then
the answer is “there aint none”.

-Warren “I call 'em as I sees 'em” Peece


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pete@qnx.com > wrote:

bleatgoat <> bleatgoat@goat.net> > wrote:

is there any code in the old or the coming ddk I can be pointed to in
order to attempt making a cs4237 driver?

Yes. All of the DDK’s contain documentation and examples on how to write
your own driver.

where is the link, pete?

Thanks

Warren Peece wrote:

I believe what Pete meant was that the DDK is choc-full of documenty
goodness on how to write audio device drivers for QNX6. If you have the
DDK then you’ve got everything you need, except the specs for the cs4237
chipset which you would need to hammer into the examples provided in the
DDK.

If you were asking how to download the DDK, then the answer is “it’s a
couple of topics back”.

If you were asking where a link to source code for a cs4237 driver is,
then the answer is “there aint none”.

-Warren “I call 'em as I sees 'em” Peece


“bleatgoat” <> bleatgoat@goat.net> > wrote in message
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pete@qnx.com > wrote:

bleatgoat <> bleatgoat@goat.net> > wrote:

is there any code in the old or the coming ddk I can be pointed to
in order to attempt making a cs4237 driver?

Yes. All of the DDK’s contain documentation and examples on how to
write your own driver.

where is the link, pete?

Thanks
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Its sounds like at this point I’m looking for a link to download the audio
dk which isnt in the recently announcing driver kits on a newer repository,
Igor had mentioned to me not so long ago it had something to do with
changing away or to alsa based driver code. Either way I just recently
subscribed to this newsgroup so if you could repost the link I would
greatly appreaciate it, I know the resources (irqs, dma and etc that the
chipset uses and have some other unix based source code, all I need is the
ddk.

thanks

bleatgoat <bleatgoat@goat.net> wrote:

is there any code in the old or the coming ddk I can be pointed to
in order to attempt making a cs4237 driver?

Yes. All of the DDK’s contain documentation and examples on how to
write your own driver.

Its sounds like at this point I’m looking for a link to download the audio
dk which isnt in the recently announcing driver kits on a newer repository,
Igor had mentioned to me not so long ago it had something to do with
changing away or to alsa based driver code. Either way I just recently
subscribed to this newsgroup so if you could repost the link I would
greatly appreaciate it, I know the resources (irqs, dma and etc that the
chipset uses and have some other unix based source code, all I need is the
ddk.

The Audio DDK was not ready in time to debut with the others.

It will be posted within a couple of weeks. Sorry I didn’t get you that info
sooner.