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Subject[PATCH 0/7] TI ST patches for new requirements
From: Pavan Savoy <>


The following 7 patches are some major updates that has been going on
in the Texas Instrument's shared transport driver.
These contain few new requirements and some cleanup patches.

The major 2 changes are the first 2 patches.

1. The change from protocol based registration to packet/channel based
registration has been conceptually ACKed by Gustavo (Bluetooth Maintainer).
With this TI-ST now no longer refers to bluetooth headers which was a concern

2. The 2nd major change is from rfkill based communication to normal sysfs
entry based communication.
This has been conceptually ACKed by Samuel Ortiz (MFD Maintainer).
Previously when the line discipline driver wanted the UART to be opened
and ldisc to be installed, it ab-used the rfkill device node to notify the
user-space daemon, Now it notifies using simpler sysfs entries & making use
of sysfs_notify.
This also allows the UART specifics to be shared with user-space.

Other patches include fixing left over error codes, correcting few dbug logs,
fixes for bugs found during stress testing, firmware change & cleanup.

Pavan Savoy (7):
drivers:misc: ti-st: register with channel IDs
drivers:misc: ti-st: move from rfkill to sysfs
drivers:misc: ti-st: fix error codes
drivers:misc: ti-st: set right debug levels for logs
drivers:misc: ti-st: firmware download optimization
drivers:misc: ti-st: fix hci-ll on wake_ind collision
drivers:misc: ti-st: remove multiple gpio handling

drivers/misc/ti-st/st_core.c | 413 +++++++++++++----------------------
drivers/misc/ti-st/st_kim.c | 491 +++++++++++++++++++++---------------------
drivers/misc/ti-st/st_ll.c | 10 +-
include/linux/ti_wilink_st.h | 76 +++++---
4 files changed, 446 insertions(+), 544 deletions(-)

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