does anyone have an i2c driver?
joel.sherrill at OARcorp.com
Thu Dec 6 01:52:11 UTC 2001
Don't forget the mcf5xxxelite in the m68k directory.
"Aaron J. Grier" wrote:
> On Sat, Dec 01, 2001 at 01:23:40PM -0600, Jake Janovetz wrote:
> > I wouldn't say I have a driver of sorts, but I do have interface
> > routines for I/O via I2C. Go to:
> > http://www.janovetz.com/jake/cantante and click on the i2c.c and
> > i2c.h. They have some superfluous stuff in there for interfacing to
> > an MP3 decoder chip, but they should be generic enough I2C routines to
> > get you started. They were written for use with a gen68360-like BSP.
> D'Oh! I had forgotten about these, Jake. :) here I spent last week
> reinventing the wheel. If either of you would like to see my i2c code,
> let me know. I split it up between a "low-level" libi2c and an
> honest-to-god RTEMS driver for the individual i2c devices, which right
> now are an EEPROM and a dallas RTC.
> Aaron J. Grier | Frye Electronics, Tigard, OR | aaron at frye.com
> "In a few thousand years people will be scratching their heads
> wondering how on earth the first computer was invented and
> bootstrapped without a prior computer to do it with."
> -- Chris Malcolm, on comp.arch
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