[U-Boot-Users] PXA27x USB device
giometti at enneenne.com
Tue May 8 10:47:00 CEST 2007
On Tue, May 08, 2007 at 08:39:23AM +0200, Markus Klotzbücher wrote:
> Wolfgang Denk <wd at denx.de> writes:
> > in message <87ejlssr7a.fsf at denx.de> you wrote:
> >> Ok, if this is what was agreed upon I can live with it. (Don't get me
> >> wrong, I don't think this is a big mistake or so, I just fail to see any
> >> real benefit beside of beeing more Linux-like)
> > Both versionshave their pros and cons, so doing it like Linux is
> > probably a reasonable thing.
> Ok, then so it be.
So we should put there even on-chip devices supports? Like on-chip USB
OHCI controllers and USB devices?
> How shall we structure the drivers/usb/ directory? How about something
> like this:
> - generic and specific host controller drivers (ohci, uhci)
> - usb core logic
> - storage class related code
> - e.g. keyboard support etc.
Since I'm working on USB device I think we need also:
- usb gadget drivers
Also I think we should also move usbtty support there...
> As said before it needn't be done in one go, but just to make clear
> where usb stuff shall be placed from now on.
Currently I'm developing my PXA27x USB device support in
cpu/pxa/usbd.c file but as soon as the new tree structure is available
I can move it accordingly.
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