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[Bug 1001397] I2C driver for Kinetic microcontrollers
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- Date: Wed, 2 Jan 2013 07:07:15 +0000
- Subject: [Bug 1001397] I2C driver for Kinetic microcontrollers
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--- Comment #35 from Mike Jones <email@example.com> 2013-01-02 07:07:14 GMT ---
I read the reference on I2C. I am pretty clear how the standard I2C API works
in terms of making transactions using locking, etc.
I am making a simple app with no tasks, just to run in main. I assume there is
some magic for making a cyg_i2c_bus and then you can make some cyg_i2c_device.
Then call freescale_i2c_init(...) I see a macro for creating the bus, but it
has to pass some function pointers. I assume there is some code for that, or I
have to know all the magic things to put in the macro.
Once there is a device, it is not clear if the standard API can use it. And if
it can, I am not certain if it would behave any different that the Freescale
specific API commands.
So I think I mainly need to know how to get things glued together and
relationship between the generic vs Freescale API.
I don't need to know how to use the API to send and receive data.
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