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SubjectRe: IIO comments
On 03/18/11 16:57, Arnd Bergmann wrote:
> On Friday 18 March 2011, Jonathan Cameron wrote:
>>> I guess if it's always in${i}-in${i+1}, it's still not too hard.
>> I think they have been so far, but doubt this is universal.
>> How about having a diff type and just having a pair of indices in the
>> channel structure? Actually may need a third for x^2+y^2+z^2 devices.
>> (iirc there are parts that do x^2+y^2 despite also having a z channel)
>> ...
>
> If two identifiers are common, that would probably be fine.
>
> If you have a x^2+y^2+z^2 device, it might be easier to call that
> a different type with a fixed name, as long as there is a small
> number of combinations.
True. A balance to be struck there as and when they occur.

Thanks,

Jonathan


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