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SubjectRe: [PATCH 00/14] Add support for FM radio in hcill and kill TI_ST
Hi Hans,

On Thu, Mar 14, 2019 at 09:20:10AM +0100, Hans Verkuil wrote:
> On 12/21/18 2:17 AM, Sebastian Reichel wrote:
> > This moves all remaining users of the legacy TI_ST driver to hcill (patches
> > 1-3). Then patches 4-7 convert wl128x-radio driver to a standard platform
> > device driver with support for multiple instances. Patch 7 will result in
> > (userless) TI_ST driver no longer supporting radio at runtime. Patch 8-11 do
> > some cleanups in the wl128x-radio driver. Finally patch 12 removes the TI_ST
> > specific parts from wl128x-radio and adds the required infrastructure to use it
> > with the serdev hcill driver instead. The remaining patches 13 and 14 remove
> > the old TI_ST code.
> >
> > The new code has been tested on the Motorola Droid 4. For testing the audio
> > should be configured to route Ext to Speaker or Headphone. Then you need to
> > plug headphone, since its cable is used as antenna. For testing there is a
> > 'radio' utility packages in Debian. When you start the utility you need to
> > specify a frequency, since initial get_frequency returns an error:
> What is the status of this series?
> Based on some of the replies (from Adam Ford in particular) it appears that
> this isn't ready to be merged, so is a v2 planned?

Yes, a v2 is planned, but I'm super busy at the moment. I don't
expect to send something for this merge window. Neither LogicPD
nor IGEP use FM radio, so I can just remove FM support from the
TI_ST framework. Converting those platforms to hci_ll can be done
in a different patchset.

If that was the only issue there would be a v2 already. But Marcel
Holtmann suggested to pass the custom packet data through the BT
subsystem, which is non-trivial (at least for me) :)

-- Sebastian
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