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* Copyright (C) 2005 Mike Isely <>
* This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
* it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
* the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License
* This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
* but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
* GNU General Public License for more details.
* You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
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#include <linux/mod_devicetable.h>
#include <linux/videodev2.h>
#include "pvrusb2-dvb.h"
This header defines structures used to describe attributes of a device.
#define PVR2_CLIENT_ID_MSP3400 1
#define PVR2_CLIENT_ID_CX25840 2
#define PVR2_CLIENT_ID_SAA7115 3
#define PVR2_CLIENT_ID_CS53L32A 5
#define PVR2_CLIENT_ID_WM8775 6
struct pvr2_device_client_desc {
/* One ovr PVR2_CLIENT_ID_xxxx */
unsigned char module_id;
/* Null-terminated array of I2C addresses to try in order
initialize the module. It's safe to make this null terminated
since we're never going to encounter an i2c device with an
address of zero. If this is a null pointer or zero-length,
then no I2C addresses have been specified, in which case we'll
try some compiled in defaults for now. */
unsigned char *i2c_address_list;
struct pvr2_device_client_table {
const struct pvr2_device_client_desc *lst;
unsigned char cnt;
struct pvr2_string_table {
const char **lst;
unsigned int cnt;
#define PVR2_IR_SCHEME_24XXX 1 /* FX2-controlled IR */
#define PVR2_IR_SCHEME_ZILOG 2 /* HVR-1950 style (must be taken out of reset) */
#define PVR2_IR_SCHEME_24XXX_MCE 3 /* 24xxx MCE device */
#define PVR2_IR_SCHEME_29XXX 4 /* Original 29xxx device */
/* This describes a particular hardware type (except for the USB device ID
which must live in a separate structure due to environmental
constraints). See the top of pvrusb2-hdw.c for where this is
instantiated. */
struct pvr2_device_desc {
/* Single line text description of hardware */
const char *description;
/* Single token identifier for hardware */
const char *shortname;
/* List of additional client modules we need to load */
struct pvr2_string_table client_modules;
/* List of defined client modules we need to load */
struct pvr2_device_client_table client_table;
/* List of FX2 firmware file names we should search; if empty then
FX2 firmware check / load is skipped and we assume the device
was initialized from internal ROM. */
struct pvr2_string_table fx2_firmware;
/* callback functions to handle attachment of digital tuner & demod */
const struct pvr2_dvb_props *dvb_props;
/* Initial standard bits to use for this device, if not zero.
Anything set here is also implied as an available standard.
Note: This is ignored if overridden on the module load line via
the video_std module option. */
v4l2_std_id default_std_mask;
/* V4L tuner type ID to use with this device (only used if the
driver could not discover the type any other way). */
int default_tuner_type;
/* Signal routing scheme used by device, contains one of
PVR2_ROUTING_SCHEME_XXX. Schemes have to be defined as we
encounter them. This is an arbitrary integer scheme id; its
meaning is contained entirely within the driver and is
interpreted by logic which must send commands to the chip-level
drivers (search for things which touch this field). */
unsigned char signal_routing_scheme;
/* Indicates scheme for controlling device's LED (if any). The
driver will turn on the LED when streaming is underway. This
contains one of PVR2_LED_SCHEME_XXX. */
unsigned char led_scheme;
/* Control scheme to use if there is a digital tuner. This
contains one of PVR2_DIGITAL_SCHEME_XXX. This is an arbitrary
integer scheme id; its meaning is contained entirely within the
driver and is interpreted by logic which must control the
streaming pathway (search for things which touch this field). */
unsigned char digital_control_scheme;
/* If set, we don't bother trying to load cx23416 firmware. */
unsigned int flag_skip_cx23416_firmware:1;
/* If set, the encoder must be healthy in order for digital mode to
work (otherwise we assume that digital streaming will work even
if we fail to locate firmware for the encoder). If the device
doesn't support digital streaming then this flag has no
effect. */
unsigned int flag_digital_requires_cx23416:1;
/* Device has a hauppauge eeprom which we can interrogate. */
unsigned int flag_has_hauppauge_rom:1;
/* Device does not require a powerup command to be issued. */
unsigned int flag_no_powerup:1;
/* Device has a cx25840 - this enables special additional logic to
handle it. */
unsigned int flag_has_cx25840:1;
/* Device has a wm8775 - this enables special additional logic to
ensure that it is found. */
unsigned int flag_has_wm8775:1;
/* Indicate IR scheme of hardware. If not set, then it is assumed
that IR can work without any help from the driver. */
unsigned int ir_scheme:3;
/* These bits define which kinds of sources the device can handle.
Note: Digital tuner presence is inferred by the
digital_control_scheme enumeration. */
unsigned int flag_has_fmradio:1; /* Has FM radio receiver */
unsigned int flag_has_analogtuner:1; /* Has analog tuner */
unsigned int flag_has_composite:1; /* Has composite input */
unsigned int flag_has_svideo:1; /* Has s-video input */
unsigned int flag_fx2_16kb:1; /* 16KB FX2 firmware OK here */
/* If this driver is considered experimental, i.e. not all aspects
are working correctly and/or it is untested, mark that fact
with this flag. */
unsigned int flag_is_experimental:1;
extern struct usb_device_id pvr2_device_table[];
#endif /* __PVRUSB2_HDW_INTERNAL_H */