[PATCH][RFC]Updated MPC I2C driver

Matthew McClintock mcclintock at freescale.com
Fri Jul 2 01:48:07 EST 2004

The blocks look very similar, you might want to look at the follow up
patch I just sent that abstracts the read/writes. It might be as simple
as abstracting another read/write function for your particular platform.


On Thu, 2004-07-01 at 19:20, Sylvain Munaut wrote:
> Adrian Cox wrote:
>  > This version should support MPC8540 as well as MPC8245 and MPC107.
>  > I don't have MPC85xx hardware, so I'd like feedback from people who
>  > do.
>  >
>  > To use it on MPC107/824x requires the OCP patch that went by on the
>  > list on Tuesday. The support for MPC85xx is already in the kernel.
>  >
>  > If nobody has any complaints I'm ready to send it to Greg K-H.
> Interesting, it really looks like the MPC5200 I2C controller.
> Unfortunatly :
>  - On the MPC5200, all the status/controls bits are in the MSBs ( so
> the consts would need to be << 24 )
>  - And there is a interrupt control register I don't see in your code.
> It's shared by the two I2C controllers onboard.
> I'll try to see if I can make it work on the lite5200 board.
> Sylvain Munaut
Matthew McClintock <mcclintock at freescale.com>

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