As described in the LWN coverage, this is largely due to the inclusion of Greybus in the staging tree, but BayLibre has also been active in several other areas:
- added SPI support for flash controller (spifc)
- added USB host support
- added PWM support
- added secure monitor support and NVMEM
- added watchdog support
- added AO clocks and reset
- added IR/remote support
- added I2C support
- added MHU/mailbox support
- network: added new DWMAC glue supporting GXBB
TI DaVinci SoC family
- added LCDK board support
- Audio support
- NAND support
- MMC/SD supported
ARM OxNAS SoC family:
- clocksource driver updates
Fixes, cleanups for BayLibre ACME hardware:
- gpio: pca953x: code refactoring
- gpio: fix an incorrect lockdep warning
- eeprom: at24: check if the chip is functional in probe()
A couple of weeks ago, we made public the ‘pyacmegraph’ tool that might interest you if you use our ACME probes for power management study or debug.
This tool handles ACME probes data capture and display, with some fancy features added.
Simply put, it’s an easy to use tool that aims at getting the best of ACME for studying a device power consumption.
In this post I will introduce pyacmegraph and explain how ACME is used to measure power and send this information to pyacmegraph. In a subsequent post, I will detail pyacmegraph features and functionning.