Commit 23f5ef51 authored by Martin Kepplinger's avatar Martin Kepplinger

Document changes and release 0.0.9

Signed-off-by: Martin Kepplinger's avatarMartin Kepplinger <martin.kepplinger@puri.sm>
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librem5-devkit-tools (0.0.9) amber-phone; urgency=medium
* pytests: Test gpu regulator voltage
* power_key: use with open() as f instead of open() and close()
* power_key: adjust devfreq sysfs naming to linux 5.6
* base: Unset ETNA_MESA_DEBUG in profile.d
* power_key: use 25Mhz devfreq when screen off when not on Linux 5.3
* pytests/test_audio.py: use the dat format
* pytests/test_modem.py: Add modem test for the phone
* pytests/test_usb_hub.py: test the phone usb hub
* pytests: Use correct audio device on the librem5
* pytests: Use correct input match for the phone
* pytests: Use correct backlight device on the phone
* librem5-devkit-check: make debian package depend on alsa-utils
* modprobe.d: blacklist magnetometer driver
* test_scripts: Add a script for gps testing
* uuu_scripts: add the librem5 VID:PID
avoid accidentaly using a devkit script on a librem5 phone
* uuu_scripts: add burn_fuses_dogwood.lst to burn USB VID:PID and hw rev
* librem5-devkit-host.librem5_devkit.udev: add a rule for the librem5 vid:pid
* librem5-devkit-flash-image: Add a dogwood flash target
add the --board_rev argument option
* modules: Load ledtrig-timer
* test_scripts: l5dvk-test-log: fix gyro driver name
* test_scripts: Add initial visual test for switches
* modprobe.d: update template entries for mainline redpine driver
* uuu_scripts: add some scripts to aid kernel testing
* debian/librem5-devkit-base.maintscript: don't manage usb0
* pytests: fix test_cpuidle test
* pytests: add basic accelerometer availability test
* add librem5-usbnet
-- Martin Kepplinger <martin.kepplinger@puri.sm> Tue, 03 Mar 2020 16:01:45 +0100
librem5-devkit-tools (0.0.8) amber-phone; urgency=medium
* l5-shipme: Drop sudo.
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