I applied this patch and tried building the raspberrypi BSP and got this error:
fatal error: bsp/atsam-spi.h: No such file or directory
Will this only build for the atsam BSP?
I am interested in this driver. The Raspberry Pi only has one usable UART. I
have a SC16IS750 device I would like to use to add a couple of UARTs to my
board so I could connect a GPS and keep the original UART free.
To use this, we will have to supply the new Linux user API SPI driver for the
Raspberry Pi similar to the spi driver in the atsam BSP, correct?
> On Sep 19, 2016, at 12:13 PM, Sebastian Huber
> <sebastian.hu...@embedded-brains.de> wrote:
> Hello Joel,
> ----- Joel Sherrill <joel.sherr...@gmail.com> schrieb:
>> This is yet another style of serial port driver in recent history and
>> the software tax hasn't been paid on the last round of changes.
> this is not a new style of serial port drivers. It uses the new Termios
> device driver model which I changed in the last patch set to use IMFS generic
> nodes. This particular serial device (NXP SC16IS752) is attached via an I2C
> or SPI bus. So, this is highly board/application specific. Adding such a
> device to a particular BSP would end up in a configuration nightmare.
>> Merging this will result in three different styles of serial port drivers
>> by my count.
>> I am not opposed to improvement but this is rapidly heading
>> down the "old vs new PowerPC interrupt" path and that sucked
>> for years.
> With the recent change for the new Termios device driver model its easier to
> move the existing console drivers, since there is no need to maintain
> major/minor numbers anymore. The drawback is that you have to use IMFS as
> the base file system. However, its just a matter of doing it to strip down
> the IMFS to have similar size demands than the current devfs.
>> On Mon, Sep 19, 2016 at 8:57 AM, Gedare Bloom <ged...@rtems.org> wrote:
>>> It will be good to have some documentation (BSP/driver manual) about
>>> how to write these kind of termios drivers. Usually without it we will
>>> see someone just copy-paste this one and modify until they get it
>>> right... So lacking a plain english doc, this "first" implementation
>>> should provide enough comments to make it easy to copy-paste-modify.
>>> On Mon, Sep 19, 2016 at 4:11 AM, Sebastian Huber
>>> <sebastian.hu...@embedded-brains.de> wrote:
>>>> Please note that this is the first Termios device driver that is
>>>> of a BSP, CPU architecture and console driver. It is currently work in
>>>> progress and lacks support for interrupts. We will add this probably in
>>>> or two weeks.
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