[lm-sensors] Preparing patches for pca9552, ad5259, and bq27350

Matthew Bosworth codetastic at gmail.com
Mon Feb 18 22:26:10 CET 2008


Hi Jean,

   The BQ27350 is a battery monitor for Li-ion batteries, does that  
count?  I'll send mail to the i2c list about the other two.

Thanks!
-Matt

On Feb 18, 2008, at 11:45 AM, Jean Delvare wrote:

> Hi Matthew,
>
> On Mon, 18 Feb 2008 10:54:55 -0800, Matthew Bosworth wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>>
>>   I've developed some i2c chip drivers that I'd like to contribute.
>> They're working in our environment (Atmel at91 (ARM)  eval board),  
>> and
>> I'm currently checking them against the kernel coding standards.
>>
>>   Specifically, the chips are :
>>
>> Phillips PCA9552 16-bit I2C-bus LED driver with programmable blink  
>> rates
>> Analog Devices AD5259 Nonvolatile, I2C-Compatible 256-Position,
>> Digital Potentiometer
>> TI BQ27350  Single Cell Li-Ion Battery Manager With Impedance Track
>> Fuel Gauge Technology
>>
>> Feel free to put my name on the 'New Drivers' page, so no one else
>> needs to start on them.
>>
>> I have one question that I couldn't find in the docs anywhere.   
>> When I
>> provide a patch, what kernel revision / git repository should I be
>> patching against?   I've been working in a Timesys 2.6.22.9 kernel  
>> but
>> I'm happy to merge them with another repo and create patches from  
>> there.
>
> These devices do not seem to have anything to do with hardware
> monitoring, do they? If not, you're using the wrong mailing list, try
> the i2c list instead.
>
> -- 
> Jean Delvare
>
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