Paul B. Mahol
onemda at gmail.com
Wed Jan 14 09:33:02 PST 2009
On 1/14/09, Alex Keda <admin at lissyara.su> wrote:
> Paul B. Mahol pishet:
>> On 1/13/09, Alex Keda <admin at lissyara.su> wrote:
>>> Sam Leffler pishet:
>>>> Alex Keda wrote:
>>>>> Alex Keda D-?D-,N^D-uN':
>>>>>> We want to know - that the driver bwi
>>>>>> Are there any time limits may need some help feasible
>>>>> Explain =)
>>>>> We want to know - how to promote the development of the driver, is
>>>>> there a time frame for its appearance in the source tree?
>>>> I know of noone working on bwi. Until there's a developer willing to
>>>> support/maintain the code it's unlikely to go in the tree.
>>> Can you porting bwi from perforce to CURRENT?
>>> I know human who working with driver...
>>> Only porting.
>> It actually was ported, and sources for 8.0-CURRENT was available for
>> testing (and probably still is). Last time I checked it, bwi was still
>> in perforce but development stopped.
>> On other hand bwi have its own bugs (performance was suboptimal in my
>> environment) and development of driver itself is in stagnation.
>> Not mentioning imposibility for supporting newer broadcom chips.
> Can you give me link to perforce where working driver for CURRENT?
I could not call it working. Latest revisions
are broken for at least i386.
bwi is in vap branch. Firmware files are somewhere else ....
There is no much changes from it and version you had have contact with.
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