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[linux-2.6.git] / drivers / media / video / pvrusb2 / pvrusb2-i2c-core.c
1 /*
2  *
3  *
4  *  Copyright (C) 2005 Mike Isely <isely@pobox.com>
5  *
6  *  This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
7  *  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
8  *  the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License
9  *
10  *  This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
11  *  but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
12  *  MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
13  *  GNU General Public License for more details.
14  *
15  *  You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
16  *  along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
17  *  Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA  02111-1307  USA
18  *
19  */
20
21 #include <linux/i2c.h>
22 #include <media/ir-kbd-i2c.h>
23 #include "pvrusb2-i2c-core.h"
24 #include "pvrusb2-hdw-internal.h"
25 #include "pvrusb2-debug.h"
26 #include "pvrusb2-fx2-cmd.h"
27 #include "pvrusb2.h"
28
29 #define trace_i2c(...) pvr2_trace(PVR2_TRACE_I2C,__VA_ARGS__)
30
31 /*
32
33   This module attempts to implement a compliant I2C adapter for the pvrusb2
34   device.
35
36 */
37
38 static unsigned int i2c_scan;
39 module_param(i2c_scan, int, S_IRUGO|S_IWUSR);
40 MODULE_PARM_DESC(i2c_scan,"scan i2c bus at insmod time");
41
42 static int ir_mode[PVR_NUM] = { [0 ... PVR_NUM-1] = 1 };
43 module_param_array(ir_mode, int, NULL, 0444);
44 MODULE_PARM_DESC(ir_mode,"specify: 0=disable IR reception, 1=normal IR");
45
46 static int pvr2_disable_ir_video;
47 module_param_named(disable_autoload_ir_video, pvr2_disable_ir_video,
48                    int, S_IRUGO|S_IWUSR);
49 MODULE_PARM_DESC(disable_autoload_ir_video,
50                  "1=do not try to autoload ir_video IR receiver");
51
52 static int pvr2_i2c_write(struct pvr2_hdw *hdw, /* Context */
53                           u8 i2c_addr,      /* I2C address we're talking to */
54                           u8 *data,         /* Data to write */
55                           u16 length)       /* Size of data to write */
56 {
57         /* Return value - default 0 means success */
58         int ret;
59
60
61         if (!data) length = 0;
62         if (length > (sizeof(hdw->cmd_buffer) - 3)) {
63                 pvr2_trace(PVR2_TRACE_ERROR_LEGS,
64                            "Killing an I2C write to %u that is too large"
65                            " (desired=%u limit=%u)",
66                            i2c_addr,
67                            length,(unsigned int)(sizeof(hdw->cmd_buffer) - 3));
68                 return -ENOTSUPP;
69         }
70
71         LOCK_TAKE(hdw->ctl_lock);
72
73         /* Clear the command buffer (likely to be paranoia) */
74         memset(hdw->cmd_buffer, 0, sizeof(hdw->cmd_buffer));
75
76         /* Set up command buffer for an I2C write */
77         hdw->cmd_buffer[0] = FX2CMD_I2C_WRITE;      /* write prefix */
78         hdw->cmd_buffer[1] = i2c_addr;  /* i2c addr of chip */
79         hdw->cmd_buffer[2] = length;    /* length of what follows */
80         if (length) memcpy(hdw->cmd_buffer + 3, data, length);
81
82         /* Do the operation */
83         ret = pvr2_send_request(hdw,
84                                 hdw->cmd_buffer,
85                                 length + 3,
86                                 hdw->cmd_buffer,
87                                 1);
88         if (!ret) {
89                 if (hdw->cmd_buffer[0] != 8) {
90                         ret = -EIO;
91                         if (hdw->cmd_buffer[0] != 7) {
92                                 trace_i2c("unexpected status"
93                                           " from i2_write[%d]: %d",
94                                           i2c_addr,hdw->cmd_buffer[0]);
95                         }
96                 }
97         }
98
99         LOCK_GIVE(hdw->ctl_lock);
100
101         return ret;
102 }
103
104 static int pvr2_i2c_read(struct pvr2_hdw *hdw, /* Context */
105                          u8 i2c_addr,       /* I2C address we're talking to */
106                          u8 *data,          /* Data to write */
107                          u16 dlen,          /* Size of data to write */
108                          u8 *res,           /* Where to put data we read */
109                          u16 rlen)          /* Amount of data to read */
110 {
111         /* Return value - default 0 means success */
112         int ret;
113
114
115         if (!data) dlen = 0;
116         if (dlen > (sizeof(hdw->cmd_buffer) - 4)) {
117                 pvr2_trace(PVR2_TRACE_ERROR_LEGS,
118                            "Killing an I2C read to %u that has wlen too large"
119                            " (desired=%u limit=%u)",
120                            i2c_addr,
121                            dlen,(unsigned int)(sizeof(hdw->cmd_buffer) - 4));
122                 return -ENOTSUPP;
123         }
124         if (res && (rlen > (sizeof(hdw->cmd_buffer) - 1))) {
125                 pvr2_trace(PVR2_TRACE_ERROR_LEGS,
126                            "Killing an I2C read to %u that has rlen too large"
127                            " (desired=%u limit=%u)",
128                            i2c_addr,
129                            rlen,(unsigned int)(sizeof(hdw->cmd_buffer) - 1));
130                 return -ENOTSUPP;
131         }
132
133         LOCK_TAKE(hdw->ctl_lock);
134
135         /* Clear the command buffer (likely to be paranoia) */
136         memset(hdw->cmd_buffer, 0, sizeof(hdw->cmd_buffer));
137
138         /* Set up command buffer for an I2C write followed by a read */
139         hdw->cmd_buffer[0] = FX2CMD_I2C_READ;  /* read prefix */
140         hdw->cmd_buffer[1] = dlen;  /* arg length */
141         hdw->cmd_buffer[2] = rlen;  /* answer length. Device will send one
142                                        more byte (status). */
143         hdw->cmd_buffer[3] = i2c_addr;  /* i2c addr of chip */
144         if (dlen) memcpy(hdw->cmd_buffer + 4, data, dlen);
145
146         /* Do the operation */
147         ret = pvr2_send_request(hdw,
148                                 hdw->cmd_buffer,
149                                 4 + dlen,
150                                 hdw->cmd_buffer,
151                                 rlen + 1);
152         if (!ret) {
153                 if (hdw->cmd_buffer[0] != 8) {
154                         ret = -EIO;
155                         if (hdw->cmd_buffer[0] != 7) {
156                                 trace_i2c("unexpected status"
157                                           " from i2_read[%d]: %d",
158                                           i2c_addr,hdw->cmd_buffer[0]);
159                         }
160                 }
161         }
162
163         /* Copy back the result */
164         if (res && rlen) {
165                 if (ret) {
166                         /* Error, just blank out the return buffer */
167                         memset(res, 0, rlen);
168                 } else {
169                         memcpy(res, hdw->cmd_buffer + 1, rlen);
170                 }
171         }
172
173         LOCK_GIVE(hdw->ctl_lock);
174
175         return ret;
176 }
177
178 /* This is the common low level entry point for doing I2C operations to the
179    hardware. */
180 static int pvr2_i2c_basic_op(struct pvr2_hdw *hdw,
181                              u8 i2c_addr,
182                              u8 *wdata,
183                              u16 wlen,
184                              u8 *rdata,
185                              u16 rlen)
186 {
187         if (!rdata) rlen = 0;
188         if (!wdata) wlen = 0;
189         if (rlen || !wlen) {
190                 return pvr2_i2c_read(hdw,i2c_addr,wdata,wlen,rdata,rlen);
191         } else {
192                 return pvr2_i2c_write(hdw,i2c_addr,wdata,wlen);
193         }
194 }
195
196
197 /* This is a special entry point for cases of I2C transaction attempts to
198    the IR receiver.  The implementation here simulates the IR receiver by
199    issuing a command to the FX2 firmware and using that response to return
200    what the real I2C receiver would have returned.  We use this for 24xxx
201    devices, where the IR receiver chip has been removed and replaced with
202    FX2 related logic. */
203 static int i2c_24xxx_ir(struct pvr2_hdw *hdw,
204                         u8 i2c_addr,u8 *wdata,u16 wlen,u8 *rdata,u16 rlen)
205 {
206         u8 dat[4];
207         unsigned int stat;
208
209         if (!(rlen || wlen)) {
210                 /* This is a probe attempt.  Just let it succeed. */
211                 return 0;
212         }
213
214         /* We don't understand this kind of transaction */
215         if ((wlen != 0) || (rlen == 0)) return -EIO;
216
217         if (rlen < 3) {
218                 /* Mike Isely <isely@pobox.com> Appears to be a probe
219                    attempt from lirc.  Just fill in zeroes and return.  If
220                    we try instead to do the full transaction here, then bad
221                    things seem to happen within the lirc driver module
222                    (version 0.8.0-7 sources from Debian, when run under
223                    vanilla 2.6.17.6 kernel) - and I don't have the patience
224                    to chase it down. */
225                 if (rlen > 0) rdata[0] = 0;
226                 if (rlen > 1) rdata[1] = 0;
227                 return 0;
228         }
229
230         /* Issue a command to the FX2 to read the IR receiver. */
231         LOCK_TAKE(hdw->ctl_lock); do {
232                 hdw->cmd_buffer[0] = FX2CMD_GET_IR_CODE;
233                 stat = pvr2_send_request(hdw,
234                                          hdw->cmd_buffer,1,
235                                          hdw->cmd_buffer,4);
236                 dat[0] = hdw->cmd_buffer[0];
237                 dat[1] = hdw->cmd_buffer[1];
238                 dat[2] = hdw->cmd_buffer[2];
239                 dat[3] = hdw->cmd_buffer[3];
240         } while (0); LOCK_GIVE(hdw->ctl_lock);
241
242         /* Give up if that operation failed. */
243         if (stat != 0) return stat;
244
245         /* Mangle the results into something that looks like the real IR
246            receiver. */
247         rdata[2] = 0xc1;
248         if (dat[0] != 1) {
249                 /* No code received. */
250                 rdata[0] = 0;
251                 rdata[1] = 0;
252         } else {
253                 u16 val;
254                 /* Mash the FX2 firmware-provided IR code into something
255                    that the normal i2c chip-level driver expects. */
256                 val = dat[1];
257                 val <<= 8;
258                 val |= dat[2];
259                 val >>= 1;
260                 val &= ~0x0003;
261                 val |= 0x8000;
262                 rdata[0] = (val >> 8) & 0xffu;
263                 rdata[1] = val & 0xffu;
264         }
265
266         return 0;
267 }
268
269 /* This is a special entry point that is entered if an I2C operation is
270    attempted to a wm8775 chip on model 24xxx hardware.  Autodetect of this
271    part doesn't work, but we know it is really there.  So let's look for
272    the autodetect attempt and just return success if we see that. */
273 static int i2c_hack_wm8775(struct pvr2_hdw *hdw,
274                            u8 i2c_addr,u8 *wdata,u16 wlen,u8 *rdata,u16 rlen)
275 {
276         if (!(rlen || wlen)) {
277                 // This is a probe attempt.  Just let it succeed.
278                 return 0;
279         }
280         return pvr2_i2c_basic_op(hdw,i2c_addr,wdata,wlen,rdata,rlen);
281 }
282
283 /* This is an entry point designed to always fail any attempt to perform a
284    transfer.  We use this to cause certain I2C addresses to not be
285    probed. */
286 static int i2c_black_hole(struct pvr2_hdw *hdw,
287                            u8 i2c_addr,u8 *wdata,u16 wlen,u8 *rdata,u16 rlen)
288 {
289         return -EIO;
290 }
291
292 /* This is a special entry point that is entered if an I2C operation is
293    attempted to a cx25840 chip on model 24xxx hardware.  This chip can
294    sometimes wedge itself.  Worse still, when this happens msp3400 can
295    falsely detect this part and then the system gets hosed up after msp3400
296    gets confused and dies.  What we want to do here is try to keep msp3400
297    away and also try to notice if the chip is wedged and send a warning to
298    the system log. */
299 static int i2c_hack_cx25840(struct pvr2_hdw *hdw,
300                             u8 i2c_addr,u8 *wdata,u16 wlen,u8 *rdata,u16 rlen)
301 {
302         int ret;
303         unsigned int subaddr;
304         u8 wbuf[2];
305         int state = hdw->i2c_cx25840_hack_state;
306
307         if (!(rlen || wlen)) {
308                 // Probe attempt - always just succeed and don't bother the
309                 // hardware (this helps to make the state machine further
310                 // down somewhat easier).
311                 return 0;
312         }
313
314         if (state == 3) {
315                 return pvr2_i2c_basic_op(hdw,i2c_addr,wdata,wlen,rdata,rlen);
316         }
317
318         /* We're looking for the exact pattern where the revision register
319            is being read.  The cx25840 module will always look at the
320            revision register first.  Any other pattern of access therefore
321            has to be a probe attempt from somebody else so we'll reject it.
322            Normally we could just let each client just probe the part
323            anyway, but when the cx25840 is wedged, msp3400 will get a false
324            positive and that just screws things up... */
325
326         if (wlen == 0) {
327                 switch (state) {
328                 case 1: subaddr = 0x0100; break;
329                 case 2: subaddr = 0x0101; break;
330                 default: goto fail;
331                 }
332         } else if (wlen == 2) {
333                 subaddr = (wdata[0] << 8) | wdata[1];
334                 switch (subaddr) {
335                 case 0x0100: state = 1; break;
336                 case 0x0101: state = 2; break;
337                 default: goto fail;
338                 }
339         } else {
340                 goto fail;
341         }
342         if (!rlen) goto success;
343         state = 0;
344         if (rlen != 1) goto fail;
345
346         /* If we get to here then we have a legitimate read for one of the
347            two revision bytes, so pass it through. */
348         wbuf[0] = subaddr >> 8;
349         wbuf[1] = subaddr;
350         ret = pvr2_i2c_basic_op(hdw,i2c_addr,wbuf,2,rdata,rlen);
351
352         if ((ret != 0) || (*rdata == 0x04) || (*rdata == 0x0a)) {
353                 pvr2_trace(PVR2_TRACE_ERROR_LEGS,
354                            "WARNING: Detected a wedged cx25840 chip;"
355                            " the device will not work.");
356                 pvr2_trace(PVR2_TRACE_ERROR_LEGS,
357                            "WARNING: Try power cycling the pvrusb2 device.");
358                 pvr2_trace(PVR2_TRACE_ERROR_LEGS,
359                            "WARNING: Disabling further access to the device"
360                            " to prevent other foul-ups.");
361                 // This blocks all further communication with the part.
362                 hdw->i2c_func[0x44] = NULL;
363                 pvr2_hdw_render_useless(hdw);
364                 goto fail;
365         }
366
367         /* Success! */
368         pvr2_trace(PVR2_TRACE_CHIPS,"cx25840 appears to be OK.");
369         state = 3;
370
371  success:
372         hdw->i2c_cx25840_hack_state = state;
373         return 0;
374
375  fail:
376         hdw->i2c_cx25840_hack_state = state;
377         return -EIO;
378 }
379
380 /* This is a very, very limited I2C adapter implementation.  We can only
381    support what we actually know will work on the device... */
382 static int pvr2_i2c_xfer(struct i2c_adapter *i2c_adap,
383                          struct i2c_msg msgs[],
384                          int num)
385 {
386         int ret = -ENOTSUPP;
387         pvr2_i2c_func funcp = NULL;
388         struct pvr2_hdw *hdw = (struct pvr2_hdw *)(i2c_adap->algo_data);
389
390         if (!num) {
391                 ret = -EINVAL;
392                 goto done;
393         }
394         if (msgs[0].addr < PVR2_I2C_FUNC_CNT) {
395                 funcp = hdw->i2c_func[msgs[0].addr];
396         }
397         if (!funcp) {
398                 ret = -EIO;
399                 goto done;
400         }
401
402         if (num == 1) {
403                 if (msgs[0].flags & I2C_M_RD) {
404                         /* Simple read */
405                         u16 tcnt,bcnt,offs;
406                         if (!msgs[0].len) {
407                                 /* Length == 0 read.  This is a probe. */
408                                 if (funcp(hdw,msgs[0].addr,NULL,0,NULL,0)) {
409                                         ret = -EIO;
410                                         goto done;
411                                 }
412                                 ret = 1;
413                                 goto done;
414                         }
415                         /* If the read is short enough we'll do the whole
416                            thing atomically.  Otherwise we have no choice
417                            but to break apart the reads. */
418                         tcnt = msgs[0].len;
419                         offs = 0;
420                         while (tcnt) {
421                                 bcnt = tcnt;
422                                 if (bcnt > sizeof(hdw->cmd_buffer)-1) {
423                                         bcnt = sizeof(hdw->cmd_buffer)-1;
424                                 }
425                                 if (funcp(hdw,msgs[0].addr,NULL,0,
426                                           msgs[0].buf+offs,bcnt)) {
427                                         ret = -EIO;
428                                         goto done;
429                                 }
430                                 offs += bcnt;
431                                 tcnt -= bcnt;
432                         }
433                         ret = 1;
434                         goto done;
435                 } else {
436                         /* Simple write */
437                         ret = 1;
438                         if (funcp(hdw,msgs[0].addr,
439                                   msgs[0].buf,msgs[0].len,NULL,0)) {
440                                 ret = -EIO;
441                         }
442                         goto done;
443                 }
444         } else if (num == 2) {
445                 if (msgs[0].addr != msgs[1].addr) {
446                         trace_i2c("i2c refusing 2 phase transfer with"
447                                   " conflicting target addresses");
448                         ret = -ENOTSUPP;
449                         goto done;
450                 }
451                 if ((!((msgs[0].flags & I2C_M_RD))) &&
452                     (msgs[1].flags & I2C_M_RD)) {
453                         u16 tcnt,bcnt,wcnt,offs;
454                         /* Write followed by atomic read.  If the read
455                            portion is short enough we'll do the whole thing
456                            atomically.  Otherwise we have no choice but to
457                            break apart the reads. */
458                         tcnt = msgs[1].len;
459                         wcnt = msgs[0].len;
460                         offs = 0;
461                         while (tcnt || wcnt) {
462                                 bcnt = tcnt;
463                                 if (bcnt > sizeof(hdw->cmd_buffer)-1) {
464                                         bcnt = sizeof(hdw->cmd_buffer)-1;
465                                 }
466                                 if (funcp(hdw,msgs[0].addr,
467                                           msgs[0].buf,wcnt,
468                                           msgs[1].buf+offs,bcnt)) {
469                                         ret = -EIO;
470                                         goto done;
471                                 }
472                                 offs += bcnt;
473                                 tcnt -= bcnt;
474                                 wcnt = 0;
475                         }
476                         ret = 2;
477                         goto done;
478                 } else {
479                         trace_i2c("i2c refusing complex transfer"
480                                   " read0=%d read1=%d",
481                                   (msgs[0].flags & I2C_M_RD),
482                                   (msgs[1].flags & I2C_M_RD));
483                 }
484         } else {
485                 trace_i2c("i2c refusing %d phase transfer",num);
486         }
487
488  done:
489         if (pvrusb2_debug & PVR2_TRACE_I2C_TRAF) {
490                 unsigned int idx,offs,cnt;
491                 for (idx = 0; idx < num; idx++) {
492                         cnt = msgs[idx].len;
493                         printk(KERN_INFO
494                                "pvrusb2 i2c xfer %u/%u:"
495                                " addr=0x%x len=%d %s",
496                                idx+1,num,
497                                msgs[idx].addr,
498                                cnt,
499                                (msgs[idx].flags & I2C_M_RD ?
500                                 "read" : "write"));
501                         if ((ret > 0) || !(msgs[idx].flags & I2C_M_RD)) {
502                                 if (cnt > 8) cnt = 8;
503                                 printk(" [");
504                                 for (offs = 0; offs < (cnt>8?8:cnt); offs++) {
505                                         if (offs) printk(" ");
506                                         printk("%02x",msgs[idx].buf[offs]);
507                                 }
508                                 if (offs < cnt) printk(" ...");
509                                 printk("]");
510                         }
511                         if (idx+1 == num) {
512                                 printk(" result=%d",ret);
513                         }
514                         printk("\n");
515                 }
516                 if (!num) {
517                         printk(KERN_INFO
518                                "pvrusb2 i2c xfer null transfer result=%d\n",
519                                ret);
520                 }
521         }
522         return ret;
523 }
524
525 static u32 pvr2_i2c_functionality(struct i2c_adapter *adap)
526 {
527         return I2C_FUNC_SMBUS_EMUL | I2C_FUNC_I2C;
528 }
529
530 static struct i2c_algorithm pvr2_i2c_algo_template = {
531         .master_xfer   = pvr2_i2c_xfer,
532         .functionality = pvr2_i2c_functionality,
533 };
534
535 static struct i2c_adapter pvr2_i2c_adap_template = {
536         .owner         = THIS_MODULE,
537         .class         = 0,
538 };
539
540
541 /* Return true if device exists at given address */
542 static int do_i2c_probe(struct pvr2_hdw *hdw, int addr)
543 {
544         struct i2c_msg msg[1];
545         int rc;
546         msg[0].addr = 0;
547         msg[0].flags = I2C_M_RD;
548         msg[0].len = 0;
549         msg[0].buf = NULL;
550         msg[0].addr = addr;
551         rc = i2c_transfer(&hdw->i2c_adap, msg, ARRAY_SIZE(msg));
552         return rc == 1;
553 }
554
555 static void do_i2c_scan(struct pvr2_hdw *hdw)
556 {
557         int i;
558         printk(KERN_INFO "%s: i2c scan beginning\n", hdw->name);
559         for (i = 0; i < 128; i++) {
560                 if (do_i2c_probe(hdw, i)) {
561                         printk(KERN_INFO "%s: i2c scan: found device @ 0x%x\n",
562                                hdw->name, i);
563                 }
564         }
565         printk(KERN_INFO "%s: i2c scan done.\n", hdw->name);
566 }
567
568 static void pvr2_i2c_register_ir(struct pvr2_hdw *hdw)
569 {
570         struct i2c_board_info info;
571         struct IR_i2c_init_data *init_data = &hdw->ir_init_data;
572         if (pvr2_disable_ir_video) {
573                 pvr2_trace(PVR2_TRACE_INFO,
574                            "Automatic binding of ir_video has been disabled.");
575                 return;
576         }
577         memset(&info, 0, sizeof(struct i2c_board_info));
578         switch (hdw->ir_scheme_active) {
579         case PVR2_IR_SCHEME_24XXX: /* FX2-controlled IR */
580         case PVR2_IR_SCHEME_29XXX: /* Original 29xxx device */
581                 init_data->ir_codes              = RC_MAP_HAUPPAUGE_NEW;
582                 init_data->internal_get_key_func = IR_KBD_GET_KEY_HAUP;
583                 init_data->type                  = RC_TYPE_RC5;
584                 init_data->name                  = hdw->hdw_desc->description;
585                 init_data->polling_interval      = 100; /* ms From ir-kbd-i2c */
586                 /* IR Receiver */
587                 info.addr          = 0x18;
588                 info.platform_data = init_data;
589                 strlcpy(info.type, "ir_video", I2C_NAME_SIZE);
590                 pvr2_trace(PVR2_TRACE_INFO, "Binding %s to i2c address 0x%02x.",
591                            info.type, info.addr);
592                 i2c_new_device(&hdw->i2c_adap, &info);
593                 break;
594         case PVR2_IR_SCHEME_ZILOG:     /* HVR-1950 style */
595         case PVR2_IR_SCHEME_24XXX_MCE: /* 24xxx MCE device */
596                 init_data->ir_codes              = RC_MAP_HAUPPAUGE_NEW;
597                 init_data->internal_get_key_func = IR_KBD_GET_KEY_HAUP_XVR;
598                 init_data->type                  = RC_TYPE_RC5;
599                 init_data->name                  = hdw->hdw_desc->description;
600                 /* IR Receiver */
601                 info.addr          = 0x71;
602                 info.platform_data = init_data;
603                 strlcpy(info.type, "ir_rx_z8f0811_haup", I2C_NAME_SIZE);
604                 pvr2_trace(PVR2_TRACE_INFO, "Binding %s to i2c address 0x%02x.",
605                            info.type, info.addr);
606                 i2c_new_device(&hdw->i2c_adap, &info);
607                 /* IR Trasmitter */
608                 info.addr          = 0x70;
609                 info.platform_data = init_data;
610                 strlcpy(info.type, "ir_tx_z8f0811_haup", I2C_NAME_SIZE);
611                 pvr2_trace(PVR2_TRACE_INFO, "Binding %s to i2c address 0x%02x.",
612                            info.type, info.addr);
613                 i2c_new_device(&hdw->i2c_adap, &info);
614                 break;
615         default:
616                 /* The device either doesn't support I2C-based IR or we
617                    don't know (yet) how to operate IR on the device. */
618                 break;
619         }
620 }
621
622 void pvr2_i2c_core_init(struct pvr2_hdw *hdw)
623 {
624         unsigned int idx;
625
626         /* The default action for all possible I2C addresses is just to do
627            the transfer normally. */
628         for (idx = 0; idx < PVR2_I2C_FUNC_CNT; idx++) {
629                 hdw->i2c_func[idx] = pvr2_i2c_basic_op;
630         }
631
632         /* However, deal with various special cases for 24xxx hardware. */
633         if (ir_mode[hdw->unit_number] == 0) {
634                 printk(KERN_INFO "%s: IR disabled\n",hdw->name);
635                 hdw->i2c_func[0x18] = i2c_black_hole;
636         } else if (ir_mode[hdw->unit_number] == 1) {
637                 if (hdw->ir_scheme_active == PVR2_IR_SCHEME_24XXX) {
638                         /* Set up translation so that our IR looks like a
639                            29xxx device */
640                         hdw->i2c_func[0x18] = i2c_24xxx_ir;
641                 }
642         }
643         if (hdw->hdw_desc->flag_has_cx25840) {
644                 hdw->i2c_func[0x44] = i2c_hack_cx25840;
645         }
646         if (hdw->hdw_desc->flag_has_wm8775) {
647                 hdw->i2c_func[0x1b] = i2c_hack_wm8775;
648         }
649
650         // Configure the adapter and set up everything else related to it.
651         memcpy(&hdw->i2c_adap,&pvr2_i2c_adap_template,sizeof(hdw->i2c_adap));
652         memcpy(&hdw->i2c_algo,&pvr2_i2c_algo_template,sizeof(hdw->i2c_algo));
653         strlcpy(hdw->i2c_adap.name,hdw->name,sizeof(hdw->i2c_adap.name));
654         hdw->i2c_adap.dev.parent = &hdw->usb_dev->dev;
655         hdw->i2c_adap.algo = &hdw->i2c_algo;
656         hdw->i2c_adap.algo_data = hdw;
657         hdw->i2c_linked = !0;
658         i2c_set_adapdata(&hdw->i2c_adap, &hdw->v4l2_dev);
659         i2c_add_adapter(&hdw->i2c_adap);
660         if (hdw->i2c_func[0x18] == i2c_24xxx_ir) {
661                 /* Probe for a different type of IR receiver on this
662                    device.  This is really the only way to differentiate
663                    older 24xxx devices from 24xxx variants that include an
664                    IR blaster.  If the IR blaster is present, the IR
665                    receiver is part of that chip and thus we must disable
666                    the emulated IR receiver. */
667                 if (do_i2c_probe(hdw, 0x71)) {
668                         pvr2_trace(PVR2_TRACE_INFO,
669                                    "Device has newer IR hardware;"
670                                    " disabling unneeded virtual IR device");
671                         hdw->i2c_func[0x18] = NULL;
672                         /* Remember that this is a different device... */
673                         hdw->ir_scheme_active = PVR2_IR_SCHEME_24XXX_MCE;
674                 }
675         }
676         if (i2c_scan) do_i2c_scan(hdw);
677
678         pvr2_i2c_register_ir(hdw);
679 }
680
681 void pvr2_i2c_core_done(struct pvr2_hdw *hdw)
682 {
683         if (hdw->i2c_linked) {
684                 i2c_del_adapter(&hdw->i2c_adap);
685                 hdw->i2c_linked = 0;
686         }
687 }
688
689 /*
690   Stuff for Emacs to see, in order to encourage consistent editing style:
691   *** Local Variables: ***
692   *** mode: c ***
693   *** fill-column: 75 ***
694   *** tab-width: 8 ***
695   *** c-basic-offset: 8 ***
696   *** End: ***
697   */