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May 29, 2013
There's a few things of note here: * A new chainmask option for managing configured versus calibrated versus transmitting TX chains. One of the recent board designs uses two chains on a three-chain chip and there's some complexity behind getting everything exactly right. * Extend the beacon interval API to include a "fraction" field. This is to offset some losses due to dividing, TSF, TU and TU/8 conversion. * There's a keycache issue that needs to be better understood, but apparently there's some occasional keycache corruption. The new keycache routines allow for reading the keycache entry back and comparing it against the existing copy. * Various initval, calibration fixes and other miscellaneous stuff that creeps in from time to time.
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This is a public version of the AR9300 HAL, suitable for open source development. What is this? ------------- This is a public version of the QCA mainline (10.x) development HAL. It has a few notable changes: * The boolean types have been converted back to the HAL types (HAL_BOOL, AH_TRUE / AH_FALSE) to aid integration into the existing open source Atheros HAL drivers; * Some features have been removed from this HAL. However, this is essentially the same HAL which is used in QCA development and forms the basis for public releases from the 10.x mainline. Subsequent HAL releases will be committed on top of this release in order to provide developers with a simple change history they can use when doing branch merging.