Re: [PATCH] Add Elgato EyeTV Diversity to dibcom driver

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On Sun, Feb 8, 2009 at 1:51 PM, Michael Müller
<mueller_michael@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> This patch introduces support for DVB-T for the following dibcom based card:
>        Elgato EyeTV Diversity (USB-ID: 0fd9:0011)
> Support for the Elgato silver IR remote is added too (set parameter
> dvb_usb_dib0700_ir_proto=0)
> Signed-off-by: Michael Müller <mueller_michael@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Hi Patrick,
> several months ago I sent you a patch for the Elgato USB stick. At this time
> I was not happy with the problem of the repeated remote keys. Since this was
> fixed by Devin here it is again. The patch is against v4l-dvb from 7th Feb.
> 2009. So compared to the last time I only adjusted the index in the USB id
> table.
> As written in the patch text you need to set parameter
> dvb_usb_dib0700_ir_proto=0 (default=1). Is there a way to overwrite the
> default for a specific device as mine? Or does this make no sense since the
> needed protocol is not driven by the USB stick IR receiver but the remote
> control?
> BTW: In the meantime I needed to change my email adress.
> Devin,
> first I want tell you that after your changes the repeated IR keys are gone.
> Thanks.
> In December you wrote that you 'should work on getting the dib0700 driver
> integrated with ir_keymaps.c so that the it is consistent with other
> drivers.' Did you already started to work on this? Should I change my patch
> to use the ir_keymaps.c way? Which driver is a good example how to use it?
> Regards
> Michael

Hello Michael,

While I am indeed strongly in favor of integrating dib0700 with
ir_keymaps.c so it is consistent with the other drivers, I have been
tied up in another project and haven't had any cycles to do the work

By all means, if you want to propose a patch, I would be happy to
offer feedback/comments.



Devin J. Heitmueller
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