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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Haptic class support (v2)
Hi Kyungmin,

On Mon, Oct 12, 2009 at 6:02 AM, Kyungmin Park <> wrote:
> On Sun, Oct 11, 2009 at 6:05 PM, Pavel Machek <> wrote:
>> On Tue 2009-10-06 16:45:33, Kyungmin Park wrote:
>>> This patch includes two haptic devices, isa1000 and isa1200
>>> ISA1000 is gpio based haptic, but isa1200 is based on I2C
>>> Both are working on Samsung SoCs and tested.
>>> To enable the haptic, echo 1 > /sys/class/haptic/${name}/enable
>>> You can adjust the level by echo ${level} > /sys/class/haptic/${name}/enable
>>> or
>>> With oneshot feature, echo ${msec time} > /sys/class/haptic/${name}/oneshot
>> New device classes should certainly be documented in Documentation/.
>> For example... is level 0-100?
> Basically. range from 0 to 255. also each device can set max level in
> case of isa1000 it's 6.
>>  Is it valid to change level while 'oneshot' is running?
> we usually use it under 1 sec. but I think it's possible to change it
> but not tried.
>>  Does oneshot use last level set?
> Right. it used last set value.
> If you don't mind to update these at Documentation please wait until
> commit first patches merged.

Let's see what Greg prefers. Could you please refresh your patchset
with probably addressing comments given in the isa1200 and samsung_pwm
driver by me?

---Trilok Soni
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