[PATCH 0/9 v3] RFC: timekeeping: rtc: change hctosys mechanism

From: Alexander Holler
Date: Fri Jun 14 2013 - 12:52:57 EST


Because I've become a request which made me slightly more optimistic about
the RFC patches, I've spend some more time on the patches doing cosmetic.
I know think the "quickly done" is gone and they might be ready for

The whole series consists more or less of 3 mini-series.

The first two patches are already in -mm, the 3. should end there too.

Then there are 3 patches to change the hctosys mechanism and another
3 patches to implement read_timeval for rtc_ops, together with an example
implementation for read_timeval in rtc-hid-sensor-time.

The introductory message of my first post of this series still describes
all changes to hctosys, what the additional 3 patches with read_timeval
are doing should be obvious.


Alexander Holler

BTW: rtc_device_unregister is broken in 3.10-rc5, most likely because
of the switch to devm*. But I will start another thread for that as this
is unrelated to this series of patches.
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