ports/153963: commit references a PR

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Tue Feb 22 02:20:12 UTC 2011

The following reply was made to PR ports/153963; it has been noted by GNATS.

From: dfilter at FreeBSD.ORG (dfilter service)
To: bug-followup at FreeBSD.org
Subject: Re: ports/153963: commit references a PR
Date: Tue, 22 Feb 2011 02:10:56 +0000 (UTC)

 wxs         2011-02-22 02:10:51 UTC
   FreeBSD ports repository
   Modified files:
     comms                Makefile 
   Added files:
     comms/uarduno        Makefile distinfo pkg-descr pkg-message 
     comms/uarduno/files  ids.txt 
   The Arduino Uno (http://arduino.cc/) is an open source hardware micro-
   controller designed primarily for prototyping and experimentation.
   Although the devel/arduino port already exists for programming the device,
   it will not work properly with the newest Arduino hardware.  Previous
   versions of the Arduino used an FTDI USB to Serial interface.  The newest
   Arduino (beginning with the Uno) uses an on-board ATMel 8U2 controller
   to emulate a USB to Serial interface with its own custom Vendor ID and
   Hardware ID.  As a result, NONE of the existing FreeBSD USB to serial
   drivers can work with it.  This kernel driver supplies the necessary
   kernel support for the Arduino Uno on FreeBSD.
   Additionally, some 'ACM' USB Serial devices may work with this driver by
   manually adding their Vendor ID and Product ID combination to files/ids.txt
   Official web site
   WWW:  http://www.mrp3.com/uarduno.html
   PR:             ports/153963
   Submitted by:   Bob Frazier <bobf at mrp3.com>
   Revision  Changes    Path
   1.223     +1 -0      ports/comms/Makefile
   1.1       +91 -0     ports/comms/uarduno/Makefile (new)
   1.1       +2 -0      ports/comms/uarduno/distinfo (new)
   1.1       +34 -0     ports/comms/uarduno/files/ids.txt (new)
   1.1       +16 -0     ports/comms/uarduno/pkg-descr (new)
   1.1       +18 -0     ports/comms/uarduno/pkg-message (new)
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