On Sat, 10 Nov 2001, Jun Sun wrote:
> For many MIPS boards that start to use CONFIG_NEW_TIME_C, two rtc operations
> are implemented, rtc_get_time() and rtc_set_time().
> It is possible to write a simple generic RTC driver that is based on
> these two ops and can do simple RTC read&write ops.
> In other words, with such a driver, once you implemented rtc_get_time()
> and rtc_set_time(), which is required by the kernel anyway, you will
> automatically get a free /dev/rtc/ driver.
> This is the idea behind the generic MIPS rtc driver. See the patch below.
Oh no, don't tell me we now have (at least) _three_ of these floating around
- On m68k, we have drivers/char/genrtc.c (not yet merged, check out CVS, see
- On PPC, we have drivers/macintosh/rtc.c.
- On MIPS, we now have your drivers/char/mips_rtc.c.
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