From: pavan_savoy on

Most of the patches have been re-worked.
Removed un-wanted and un-used global references.
Removed the creation of global kobject @ root (from previous version)

<from previous edition>
Texas Instruments has introduced it's new series of WiLink chipsets which has Bluetooth, WLAN, FM-Rx and FM-Tx and GPS on 1 single chip.
This series of chipsets allow apps processor to interface with the chip over a single UART mux-ed for all 3 (BT,FM and GPS) cores on chip and SDIO for WLAN.

The following list of patches introduces a new line discipline which allows such muxing to happen, and 3 different BT, FM and GPS drivers would sit on top of this driver (registering/unregistering) and glue this to relevant s/w stacks.

This has been verified to work on TI's OMAP platforms(34xx,36xx and 44xx).

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