lm_sensors && bt869
khali at linux-fr.org
Thu Jan 1 13:19:38 CET 2004
> Well...actually I think we need the following new names:
> 1. switch_ntsc : To tell the bt869 to output either ntsc or pal
> (1=NTSC, 0=PAL)
I'd call the file "output_norm".
> 2. switch_colorbars : 1 to turn on colorbars calibration screen and 0
> to turn it off
Not sure about this one, I think I'd simply call it "colorbars".
> 3. change_colordepth : To change the color depth (for Voodoo3 there's
> only 16 and 24bit for TV-Out-Mode, other would have 32bit here, too)
This is "colordepth".
> 4. change_resolution[1-2] : 1 for the width(x) and 2 for the height(y)
I would say "output_width" and "output_height".
> 5. switch_half_resolution : Switch to turn on the Half-Resolution-Mode
> (this is a special mode which can't be merged with switch_resolution!)
> 6. switch_output_format : 2=RGB, 1=SVIDEO, 0=Composite
Using "format" is a bit confusing IMHO. What about "output_source"? (Oh
well this is maybe even more confusing...)
As a general rule, you don't want to prepend the action to the file
> There's also a status[0-2] in there (read-only), but I couldn't figure
> out what exactly this is for. It is used but as it seems it's only for
> driver-internal things and not really for the end-user...Perhaps you
> could take a look over it!
Well, without the hardware I probably won't help much - and I don't
really plan to read the full data sheet ;) Don't know what to do with
these. If it's not a "public" think, we don't care much, except that it
might conflict with something else someday... Do as you want. If it's
not widely used, this also mean we can change it later if needed.
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