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    SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/5] Sonypi driver model & PM changes
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    On Monday 25 October 2004 07:56 am, Stelian Pop wrote:
    > On Thu, Oct 21, 2004 at 01:54:58AM -0500, Dmitry Torokhov wrote:
    >
    > > I have been looking at the sysdevs in present in the kernel and noticed that
    > > sonypi was registering itself as a system device. Surely it is possible to
    > > suspend it with interrupyts enabled, so it better be converted to a platform
    > > device. I course of convert I also did some additional changes:
    > [...]
    >
    > Thanks for those patches and sorry for the lack of response, I was out
    > of town for the last week.
    >
    > I have quite a few changes in my tree already for the sonypi driver,
    > and I was delaying the submission because I need to solve a problem
    > with the integration with the input subsystem...
    >

    If you need a hand - I am a bit familiar with the input system...

    > Some of your changes (those related to module_param(), wait_event()
    > use etc) were already in my tree, those related to whitespace cleanup,
    > platform instead of sysdev etc are new and I will integrate them.
    >

    The change from sysdev to a platform device is the main reason I did
    the change (and getting rid of old pm_register stuff which is useless
    now) because swsusp2 (and seems that swsusp1 as well) have trouble
    resuming system devices. The rest was just fluff really.

    --
    Dmitry
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