Subject: Re: Issues with new i2c framework on acorn32 and acorn26
To: Mike Pumford <email@example.com>
From: Chris Gilbert <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/05/2003 19:58:32
It's also upset the cats builds, the new i2c added a dsrtc device, which
somehow (not figured out how) ends up being part of a config on cats.
On Sat, 4 Oct 2003 18:08:55 +0100
Mike Pumford <email@example.com> wrote:
> As I've already reported on current-users the new i2c framework has
> broken the acorn32 port kernels. On digging a bit deeper it appears
> that the acorn26 port is also broken but in a different way.
> On acorn32 the new i2c framework conflicts with the port specific code
> in sys/arch/arm/iomd/
> This means that it is impossible to configure a usable kernel on this
> On acorn26 when the conversion to the new i2c framework it appears
> that a file has not been committed.
> sys/arch/acorn26/conf/files.acorn26 declares that the ioc i2c support
> is in a file called sys/arch/acorn26/ioc/iociic.c which does not
> appear in CVS.
> I may be able to resolve the i2c issue for acorn32 but if the acorn26
> support was complete it would probably make a better starting point
> than the current source tree state.