Sorry for answering late.
Philippe Gerum wrote:
> On Tue, 2011-05-10 at 10:42 +0200, julien.dela...@esa.int wrote:
> > Dear all,
> > For my work, I had to develop drivers for the 6052 and 6701 boards from
> > National Instruments. These boards are already supported by the Comedi
> > drivers but were not supported by Xenomai yet. So, I took the code from
> > Comedi and adapt it to Xenomai with the analogy layer (a4l* functions and
> > so on). It introduces two new drivers : analogy_ni_670x and
> > analogy_ni_660x.
> > At this time, the driver compiles and loads correctly. I will have the
> > hardware in ten days to test the code and make sure it works from a
> > functional point of view.
> > In order to contribute to Xenomai, I would like to know if this code could
> > be integrated in Xenomai repository. In particular, what are the
> > conditions to integrate third-party code and especially driver code.
> Simple and straightforward:
> - free software license compatible with the linux kernel licensing terms
> - proper credits and copyrights retained from the original code
> - the code should solve a problem, instead of introducing it
> - standard linux kernel coding style
> > Then,
> > if it seems interesting for you, I will submit a patch as soon as I
> > checked that it works correctly with the physical boards.
Do not hesitate to send us a first set of patchs. Even if, few
functionalities are tested and validated, we can have an early look at
it. By the way, if Philippe is OK with the idea, I will integrate your
reviewed code in my git repository so that potential other users could
give it a try.
> Generally speaking, any sound contribution is welcome. Technically, Alex
> has the final cut for Analogy stuff.
> > Thanks for any suggestion,
> > Best regards,
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