root/lm-sensors/trunk/TODO @ 29

Revision 29, 1.5 KB (checked in by frodo, 17 years ago)

LM75 driver finished

Well, it should work. But until we have implemented the remaining parts of
piix4.o, we won't be able to test it. Anybody?

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1Many, many things. Most notably:
3* Change the i2c modules to keep the namespace clean (EXPORT_SYMBOL does not
4  work for us; many static declarations need to be added; better ask Simon
5  Vogl first)
6* Make it SMP-safe: there are no spinlocks yet. They are needed at many
7  places, probably (everywhere where global vars are accessed).
8* Extend sensors.c with a file /proc/sys/dev/sensors/chips, which lists
9  all directories under /proc/sys/dev/sensors with their SYSCTL id
10  (needed for good sysctl access).
11* Write smbus_access_i2c in smbus.c
12* Write piix4_* in piix4.c
13* Make lm78.c detect 'double hits', (same chip connected to both SMBus and
14  ISA).
15* Better lm78/lm75 detection; insmod-time paramters to set addresses
16  (difficult, because of all i2c busses!).
17* Check whether some lm78 functionality is chip-generic and can be moved to
18  sensors.c.
19* Registrate which i2c addresses are used (a la ISA) for each adapter.
20* Rename i2c-proc.c to i2c-user.c, and extend it with /dev entries;
21  or, create a better i2c-dev.c, that understands SMBus commands.
22* Write all other drivers
23* How to make drivers detect thing *not*; for example, if a Winbond is
24  present, the LM75 driver should not try to access its simulated
25  LM75 chips (in this case, simply disable them - but what if the LM75
26  driver was loaded first?).
27* Write a userland-library for SMBus/i2c access (through the /dev interface)
28* Write a userland detection program for busses (clients are less important;
29  but perhaps needed too).
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