HI Andrei,

I'd seen the stuff on the Wiki...I was looking for other real world examples :-)

Actually, eventually I'd likely need to write a character device driver that used SPI...but initially I'm thinking I'll get my feet wet talking to an SPI device and returning data to userland...possibly a web app.

Plus, I'm a much better Python/Perl programmer than I am C.

-marc

On 1/10/07, Andrei Rylin <arylin@yahoo.com > wrote:
Check this out:
http://docwiki.gumstix.org/Sample_code/C/SPI
May I ask why just "userland" ?

--- Marc Nicholas <geekything@gmail.com> wrote:

> I'd love to see some userland code for SPI from
> anyone willing to share!
>
> -marc
> >
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