mpall at mindspring.com
Sun Mar 3 14:51:25 EST 2013
Correct. Looks like some work has been done on this recently,
But this generic framework does not cover the MSEN=0 mode of BCM2835. So
maybe a device specific mode can be added but that doesn't look very nice.
Also Bill Gatliff's original patches weren't accepted by the mainstream
On 3/3/2013 3:03 AM, Johannes Thumshirn wrote:
> Hi Methlal,
> First of all I thought of just providing a kernel driver. As for providing a
> sysfs interface, wouldn't that be a job for the pwm core driver? I don't see a
> point in providing an userland interface in a device driver, if this interface
> could be provided by the driver's class core driver, similar to what the GPIO
> class does. But this should be a topic for the pwm appropriate mailing list.
> If you're willing to help on this, I'd like to participate in this topic as
> On Sat, Mar 02, 2013 at 02:48:05PM -0800, Methlal Pallewatta wrote:
>> Hi Johannes,
>> Do you want to expose PWM control to the userland via sysfs or just
>> provide a kernel driver ?.
>> for the sysfs interface (for beaglebone) by Bill Gatliff.
>> In the case of the latter I would like to contribute.
>> On 3/2/2013 11:22 AM, Johannes Thumshirn wrote:
>>> Hi list,
>>> Is anyone currently working on a PWM driver for the BCM2835 SoC?
>>> If not, I already have a skeleton but don't want to do the work for nothing if
>>> somebody else has a nearly finished version.
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