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SubjectRe: [PATCH 07/18] lirc driver for the CommandIR USB Transceiver
On Thursday 11 September 2008 14:50:05 Matthew Bodkin wrote:
> Hi Christoph, All -
> True, I added a 'commandir' userspace driver a couple months ago that
> replaces the kernel 'lirc_cmdir' driver.
> However the userspace driver remains unreleased in CVS so until there is
> a new LIRC release, I think the include the old kernel driver will have
> to be included.

I thought I remembered something about a userspace driver... Don't worry about
whether or not its released in an lirc tarball though. The code headed to the
kernel is cvs head based already.

I take it the userspace driver is the commandir.{c,h} bits vs. the old
lirc_cmdir.{c,h} bits being the old driver. D'oh. Its been sitting right under
my nose... So yeah, we'll drop the lirc_cmdir bits, and roll with just the
commandir bits.

Side bar: wish I'd had more time to read over *all* the code, rather than
focusing so much on just the checkpatch cleanups, but I think it was better to
get this out here and get some momentum built up anyhow...

> Demo hardware is available for testing if anyone wants.

That would be most excellent. I'd definitely love to get some, will drop you a
line off-list.

> On Thu, 2008-09-11 at 20:24 +0200, Christoph Bartelmus wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > there is a user-space driver that is going to replace the kernel driver
> > for the CommandIR driver. I don't think there is a reason anymore to get
> > this driver into the kernel.
> > Added, Matthew.
> >
> > Christoph

Jarod Wilson

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