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From: Sjur Brandeland <sjur.brandeland(a)stericsson.com>
We are happy to announce ST-Ericsson's participation in the oFono
community and contribution of an oFono plug-in for ST-Ericsson modems.
This patch set adds a plug-in for use with ST-Ericsson modems. It is
implemented using AT-commands over a CAIF link to communicate with the
modem. CAIF is the ST-Ericsson IPC mechanism used between host and modem.
Feedback on this patch set is welcome!
This patch-set is based on commit: e433ddc100bda3a437fb81805ea44348f22e9fcb
Sjur Brandeland (3):
STE-plugin: Add vendor STE
STE-plugin: Mechanism for inheritance
STE-plugin: Add STE plugin
Makefile.am | 11 +
drivers/atmodem/gprs.c | 15 +-
drivers/atmodem/vendor.h | 5 +
drivers/stemodem/gprs-context.c | 612 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
drivers/stemodem/network-registration.c | 225 +++++++++++
drivers/stemodem/stemodem.c | 109 ++++++
drivers/stemodem/stemodem.h | 33 ++
drivers/stemodem/voicecall.c | 615 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
include/netreg.h | 5 +
include/voicecall.h | 7 +-
plugins/modemconf.c | 5 +
plugins/ste.c | 246 ++++++++++++
src/network.c | 22 ++
src/voicecall.c | 22 ++
14 files changed, 1929 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)
My Eee-integrated Huawei E620 reports "local area code" and "cell id" as
unquoted strings. Denis informed me on IRC that this is non-compliant
and that I could add a quirk for it.
Attached is my attempt at that. The actual quirk is in
drivers/atmodem/atutil.c, which means I needed to change the
at_util_parse_reg*() definitions. Let me know if my approach seems wrong
-- this was the first time I've even looked at ofono code, and I can't
claim to understand it fully.
The huawei plugin seems to use OFONO_VENDOR_QUALCOMM_MSM for sms...
Should that be updated so OFONO_VENDOR_HUAWEI (which I added) hits the
same quirk(s) or do Huawei and Qualcomm really have something in common?