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    SubjectRe: [PATCH 2.4.5-ac12] New Sony Vaio Motion Eye camera driver
    As far as I know they have not been integrated into the Xfree tree.  I
    believe there were some disagreements about extending the Xv API since
    GATOS added some extentions to support the AIW video capture cards. I
    suppose someone could try and submit a patch again and see if they'll
    take it.

    Also there is some work on a new XvMC interface that would allow for
    extended DVD acceleration.



    On Mon, 11 Jun 2001 wrote:
    > On 10 Jun, Linus Torvalds wrote:
    > > I've not figured out why the ATI Xv stuff from gatos seems to not have
    > > made it into the XFree86 CVS tree - it works better than much of the
    > > Xv stuff for some other chipsets that _are_ in the CVS tree.
    > >
    > > I imported it into the XFree86 CVS some months ago, it was trivial. I
    > > don't have the patches lying around any more, though. I can try to
    > > re-create them if anybody needs help.
    > Did it look endiansafe to you? The ATI Xv stuff from XFree86 4.1.0
    > produces psychadelic results for me on PPC.

    I have to say that I have absolutely no idea. I only use little-endian
    machines myself (and 99% x86).

    Also, which ATI Xv stuff are you talking about? The ATI Rage128 and ATI
    Radeon Xv code was at least a few months ago completely separate from
    ATI Rage code (the first two were in X CVS, while the latter only
    in the gatos version).

    Has the Gatos code (or some other code) maybe been integrated into 4.1.0
    now? I haven't followed X CVS for the last months very closely..

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