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    SubjectRe: [PATCH RESEND] x86, intel_mid: ADC management
    On Tue, Apr 10, 2012 at 08:39:40PM +0100, Jonathan Cameron wrote:

    > 1) Review of code. This is crucial. If people have a little time
    > ripping holes in the core IIO code is what we need. Arnd did a good job
    > of this a while back. Others have done bits of it since.

    > 2) Getting the push code tidied up and pushed out. I'll post it as an
    > updated rfc to linux-iio shortly. All I had left that definitely
    > wanted doing here was cleaning up the example iio to input bridge
    > driver. That can happen later.

    For these two can we refactor in place? That's pretty much what seems
    to have been happening anyway...

    > * Event passing to consumers else where in the kernel. Right now an
    > input driver can readings from a sensor, but there is no way of
    > requesting threshold interrupts.

    > * Interaction between consumer drivers (e.g. hwmon or input) where some
    > are requesting data by polling when they want it and others want a

    These sound like something that can be added incrementally?

    > > If the code was moved out of staging today what would go wrong?

    > Churn in interfaces is probably about it. Maybe a good use of any time

    I guess the big question is then if we can live with that.

    > would be for people to take their non IIO drivers that they think might
    > fit (or data sheets!) and see whether there are things that they would
    > like to be different.

    In tree there's a few auxadc and comparator drivers in drivers/mfd, plus
    things like arch/arm/plat-samsung/adc.c in the arch direcories. These
    are all broadly similar to the at91 code that's been sent to IIO
    already. There's also the code Alan posted at the top of this thread.
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