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SubjectRe: Handling devices that don't have a bus
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On Saturday 01 April 2006 8:46 am, Alan Stern wrote:

> I think you have misunderstood my point. Yes, devices are part of the
> platform bus only if they explicitly want to be. My point was that even
> though they _do_ want to be on the platform bus,

I'm not clear on why it would want to be on the platform bus;
what would its inner platform-ness consist of?

There really isn't a "bus" that makes much sense for such a
singleton device to sit on.


> in this situation they
> _can't_ because they are forced to register a struct device, not a struct
> platform_device. The choice is not up to the driver; it is determined by
> the USB Gadget framework.

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