PWM driver tested in RTEMS with RGB

punit vara punitvara at
Thu May 5 12:25:31 UTC 2016

On Wed, May 4, 2016 at 8:31 AM, Chris Johns <chrisj at> wrote:
> On 04/05/2016 11:53, Gedare Bloom wrote:
>>> I added Ti licence at last patch. Do I need to add any other licence ?
>> Whenever you copy/paste code, you need to know/observe what the
>> license is and keep track of that. So, the question of whether you
>> need to add another license depends on whether you copied code from
>> somewhere that has a different license.

I copied the code from 2 files. Both files have same licence . So the
licence I added is enough according to me.

> Where did the TI code from, for example a public tarball, a public TI git
> repo, or a TI SDK?

I have referred code from sourceforge.

@Martin you can clone this code and keep it handy while reviewing my
code. SW code is cloned from following link.

git clone git:// starterwarefree-code

This repo represents 2.0.x variant of SW by TI.

@Martin For further communication should I communicate here or should
I create new thread in user at rtems. I am asking because Gedare told to
introduce project on user at rtems mail list but you mostly prefer
devel at rtems.

If I add code from anywhere else I will inform community. Thanks for
the support.

Punit Vara

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