[PATCH 0/5] Raspberry Pi Sense HAT driver

Stefan Wahren stefan.wahren at i2se.com
Sat Nov 20 02:55:25 PST 2021


Am 29.10.21 um 23:55 schrieb Charles Mirabile:
> This patch series adds a set of drivers for operating the Sense HAT
> peripheral device. This board is an add on for the Raspberry Pi that is
> designed to connect using the GPIO connector via I2C.
> It features:
> 	- a joystick
> 	- an 8x8 RGB LED matrix display
> 	- a whole bunch of environmental sensors with their own drivers
> 	  (those are already in upstream Linux)
> This is a refactor of the work of Serge Schneider, the author of a
> version of this driver that is currently in the Raspberry Pi downstream
> kernel. We modified his code to make it suitable for upstream Linux.
> A couple of tests are available for the driver in this repo:
> https://github.com/underground-software/sensehat/tree/master/tests
> 	- color_test displays various solid colors on the LED panel
> 	- framebuffer_test diplays a single lit cell that is
> 	  controllable via the arrow keys or the joystick
> For more information about the Sense HAT, visit:
> https://www.raspberrypi.org/products/sense-hat/
> Changes since v2:
> 	- We included a device tree binding in yaml form
> 	- Switched to regmap for all i2c communications
> 	- Fixed a few places where we had the old rpisense
> 	  name that we missed when renaming for v2

since this is V2 of the patch series, please mark this properly in all

[PATCH V2 0/5] ...

Otherwise this is a nightmare for reviewers and maintainers.

Best regards

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