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From: "Petr Vandrovec" <>
Subject: V4L2? (was Re: Linux v2.5.40 - and a feature freeze reminder)
Date: Tue, 1 Oct 2002 12:04:04 +0200	[thread overview]
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On  1 Oct 02 at 0:32, Linus Torvalds wrote:
> And a small reminder that we're now officially in the last month of
> features, and since I'm going to be away basically the last week of
> October, so I actually personally consider Oct 20th to be the drop-date,
> unless you've got a really good and scary costume.. So don't try to leave 
> it to the last day.

  do you have any plans for V4L2 being in 2.6 or not? There is still
sitting patch which allows you to control hue/brightness/saturation/contrast
on matroxfb's TVOut in my tree, waiting for V4L2 API defines. 
Should I send current patch (which defines matroxfb_queryctrl,
matroxfb_ctrl_type, MATROXFB_CID_*... binary compatible with its
video4linux2 counterparts), or should I wait?

  I'd like to have this extension in matroxfb before 2.6, as G450's
and G550's TVOuts differ from piece to piece, and default setting
does not fit for everyone...
                                        Petr Vandrovec

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