Use of the -builtin option implies a couple of limitations: Versions older than 2. Some legacy syntax is no longer supported; in particular: The functional interface is no longer exposed.
But it is not as reliable as the second method. Example of I2C slave: The I2C slave module is connected to a small 8-bits memory that can be read and written from the I2C bus.
That creates an I2C IO extender. First the module declaration. That's the "black magic" part of this design The complete code is available here.
This code has two drawbacks: The use of a Schmitt trigger on the SCL input pin is strongly recommended to avoid erratic behavior without Schmitt trigger, any noise or ringing on the SCL line may introduce extra clock cycles, which would break the functionality.
The start and stop conditions detection logic uses a combinatorial feedback loop, which is not a recommended practice.
Same thing on the "incycle" signal that is used as asynchronous reset by the rest of the logic. These are the price to pay to avoid using an oversampling clock. If you can live with these drawbacks, you get a very compact I2C slave design.
This way, glitches can be filtered out using digital filters, and the start and stop condition detected easily at the price of a more complex design.This article is focused on the system configuration, tools and code required to build and deploy a “Hello World!” kernel module.
The second article in this series examines the topic of writing character device drivers and how to write C/C++ programs in user space that can communicate with kernel space modules.
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