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* Update videodev2.h to the version from linux kernel 2.6.34.14.vendor/v4l/2.6.34.14vendor/v4lAlexander Leidinger2013-07-031-437/+1034
| | | | | | | | This version is dual-licensed: 3 clause BSD license and GPL v2+. Notes: svn path=/vendor/v4l/dist/; revision=252590 svn path=/vendor/v4l/2.6.34.14/; revision=252591; tag=vendor/v4l/2.6.34.14
* Add the v4l2 header now that we have an use case for it.vendor/v4l/2.6.17Alexander Leidinger2011-05-041-0/+1164
| | | | | Notes: svn path=/vendor/v4l/dist/; revision=221421 svn path=/vendor/v4l/2.6.17/; revision=221422; tag=vendor/v4l/2.6.17
* Import the interface description of the video for linux (v4l) subsystem.Alexander Leidinger2009-12-041-0/+372
The header is importet from linux 2.6.17. The header does not come with a license, the author (Alan Cox <alan@redhat.com>) gave his permission to use it (note, X.org has a copy of the header too): ---snip--- > Alan Cox <alan@redhat.com> said: > > > On Tue, Apr 12, 2005 at 03:13:15PM -0700, Julian Elischer wrote: > > > How does the licensing of the include files stand? > > Basically you cannot copyright an interface - its a fact rather > than creative expression normally. > > > > Of course there's always the "type it all in again" approach > > > where we define a functionally equivalent but completely > > > differntly spelled API, > > Wouldn't even need to be differently spelled. > > I'm all for this kind of sharing. > > Alan ---snip--- A more complete mail history is provided in the README file. Approved by: core Thanks to: julian (he also has the OK to use the v4l2 header) Notes: svn path=/vendor/v4l/dist/; revision=200107