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Subject[PATCH v14 0/3] PPS: pps-gpio PPS ECHO implementation
Hi all,
please find attached the PPS-GPIO PPS ECHO implementation patch. The
driver claims to have echo functionality in the sysfs interface but this
functionality is not present. This patch provides this functionality.

Part 1 of the patch change the original driver from the number
based GPIO API to the descriptor based API.

Parts 2 and 3 then add the PPS ECHO functionality. This is enabled if a
"echo-gpios" entry is found in the devicetree.

Changes in v10:
Changes requested by Philipp Zabel:
Mostly cosmetic changes: PATCH 2/4 now reviewed. Thanks a lot, Philipp!
(Please note that as of v11 PATCH 1 is gone so this has become PATCH 1/3)

Change in v11:
Change requested by Rob Herring:
All changes in regard to the capture-clear DT entry are gone.

Change in v12:
Change requested by Rob Herring:
Deleted superfluous use of invert-pps-echo

Change in v13:
Patch 2/3 (DT bindings) now reviewed. Thanks a lot, Rob!

Changes in v14:
Simplify code enabling PPS ECHO functionality.

On the linuxpps mailing list it was suggested to use a hrtimer for
resetting the GPIO ECHO active state to the inactive state.
Please also comment on whether a hrtimer is necessary/desirable for the
purpose of resetting the echo pin active state. I am happy to implement
it if this is useful/desirable.

Please install, test and comment as it is now a quite major change to
the driver.
Suggestions for improvement are welcome.

Tom Burkart

Tom Burkart (3):
pps: descriptor-based gpio
dt-bindings: pps: pps-gpio PPS ECHO implementation
pps: pps-gpio pps-echo implementation

Documentation/devicetree/bindings/pps/pps-gpio.txt | 7 +
drivers/pps/clients/pps-gpio.c | 154 ++++++++++++++++-----
include/linux/pps-gpio.h | 5 +-
3 files changed, 126 insertions(+), 40 deletions(-)


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