On Wednesday 13 of May 2009 at 21:45:59, Jean Delvare wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> Here comes an update of my conversion of ir-kbd-i2c to the new i2c
> binding model. I've split it into 8 pieces for easier review. Firstly
> there is 1 preliminary patch:
>

Hi Jean,

works for me, as usual :-) I've used the all-in-one patch and the up-to-date 
v4l-dvb tree (compiled yesterday for completeness).

Cheers,
Oldrich.

> 01-ir-kbd-i2c-dont-abuse-client-name.patch
>
> Then 3 patches doing the actual conversion:
>
> 02-ir-kbd-i2c-convert-to-new-style.patch
> 03-configure-ir-receiver.patch
> 04-ir-kbd-i2c-dont-bind-to-unsupported-devices.patch
>
> Then 2 patches cleaning up saa7134-input thanks to the new
> possibilities offered by the conversion:
>
> 05-saa7134-input-cleanup-msi-ir.patch
> 06-saa7134-input-cleanup-avermedia-cardbus.patch
>
> And lastly driver-specific adjustments:
> 07-ir-add-lirc-addresses.patch
> 08-pvrusb2-enable-ir_video-by-default.patch
>
> This patch set is against the v4l-dvb repository, but I didn't pay
> attention to the compatibility issues. I simply build-tested it on
> 2.6.27, 2.6.29 and 2.6.30-rc5.
>
> This patch set touches many different drivers and I can't test any of
> them. My only TV card with an IR receiver doesn't make use of
> ir-kbd-i2c. So I would warmly welcome testers. The more testing my
> changes can get, the better.
>
> And of course I welcome reviews and comments as well. I had to touch
> many drivers I don't know anything about so it is possible that I
> missed something.
>
> The main difference with my previous patch set is that it is adjusted
> to apply after Mike Isely's recent prvusb2 patches.
>
> I'll post all 8 patches as replies to this post. They can also be
> temporarily downloaded from:
>   http://jdelvare.pck.nerim.net/linux/ir-kbd-i2c/
> Additionally I've put a combined patch there, to make testing easier:
>  
> http://jdelvare.pck.nerim.net/linux/ir-kbd-i2c/ir-kbd-i2c-conversion-ALL-IN
>-ONE.patch But for review the individual patches are much better.
>
> Thanks,
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