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RE: [Qemu-devel] USB EHCI development nearing completion

From: Mark B
Subject: RE: [Qemu-devel] USB EHCI development nearing completion
Date: Wed, 27 Dec 2006 21:21:22 -0000

Thank you Fabrice and co.  LGPL or BSD should be fine - I don't have any
preference on the license.

I could not find the experimental 3D patch - it seems to have expired.  But
I uploaded a diff patch anyway to 4shared at this location:

This is an early proof of concept with a good bit of tidying up yet to be
done.  It is not yet for public release either.  But of course comments and
other feedback are welcome.


-----Original Message-----
From: Fabrice Bellard [mailto:address@hidden 
Sent: 27 December 2006 13:39
To: address@hidden
Cc: address@hidden
Subject: Re: [Qemu-devel] USB EHCI development nearing completion

Another point is that I won't accept a GPL license for such a device. 
LGPL or BSD would be better.



Hetz Ben Hamo wrote:
> Hi Mark,
> Well, there aren't any "written rules" but most people who contribute
> sends some "proof of concept" diff'ed patch (appliable to QEMU CVS for
> example) (you can look at the experimental 3D patch few weeks ago),
> and then the talks begins, while others would look how portable your
> code to other platforms/OS's..
> Thanks,
> Hetz
> On 12/24/06, Mark B <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Dear list,
>> Just a quick note to let you know I have almost finished an 
>> implementation
>> of an EHCI host controller for USB (usb-ehci.c) for qemu. I am testing 
>> with
>> an XP guest and so far I have a mass storage flash key, a mouse and a 
>> tablet
>> working. I haven't yet implemented isochronous or split transactions
>> though. It doesn't do companion controller hand-offs for low or full 
>> speed
>> devices either but Windows XP doesn't mind that I am attaching low/full
>> speed devices through EHCI (I believe Linux guests won't like this).
>> I have asked the company I am working for to give me permission to GPL 
>> the
>> module and so far they are agreeable. So I am planning to clean up and 
>> have
>> an initial version for check in early in the new year. If anyone has any
>> inputs, please do let me know. I'm new to qemu development so am not sure
>> of checkin etiquette, etc. Pointers in that regard appreciated too.
>> Cheers,
>> Mark
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