[PATCH 0/9] rtc-2123: access the clock offset feature
stillcompiling at gmail.com
Tue Nov 17 07:30:48 PST 2015
On Wednesday, November 04, 2015 07:36:31 AM Joshua Clayton wrote:
> This series was prompted by a need to adjust the clock rate of the rtc
> The existing code performs a soft reset during probe, which wipes out
> several registers including the offset register, which performs adjustments
> to the clock rate.
> The first several patches are cleanup, with patch 5 and 6 avoiding the reset,
> and patch 9 adding a nice sysfs interface to the clock offset.
> I know that this is not the only rtc to provide a programmable clock offset
> I wonder if this interface would make a good addition to the rtc api?
> The rtc chips I have seen list their clock adjustments in parts per million.
> I went with parts per billion, since the ppm listed was listed with a
> fractional component.
> Joshua Clayton (9):
> rtc-pcf2123: Document all registers and useful bits
> rtc-pcf2123: clean up reads from the chip
> rtc-pcf2123: clean up writes to the rtc chip
> rtc-pcf2123: replace magic numbers with defines
> rtc-pcf2123: put the chip reset into a function
> rtc-pcf2123: avoid resetting the clock if possible
> rtc-pcf2123: allow sysfs to accept hexidecimal
> rtc-pcf2123: use sysfs groups
> rtc-pcf2123: adjust the clock rate via sysfs
> drivers/rtc/rtc-pcf2123.c | 391 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++----------------
> 1 file changed, 257 insertions(+), 134 deletions(-)
Any comments on this series?
I realize now that I submitted it during the merge window, so it may have been overlooked.
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