GSoC USB: first successful transfer

Just got this:
FILO version 0.6.0 () Fri Jun 11 13:38:04 GMT 2010
00:03.2 0223:1166.2 EHCI controller
Not supported.
00:03.1 0223:1166.1 OHCI controller
00:03.0 0223:1166.0 OHCI controller
fullspeed device
device 0x3606:0x0151 is USB 2.0 (MSC)
it uses SCSI transparent command set
it uses Bulk-Only Transport protocol
using endpoint 82 as in, 1 as out
has 1 luns
Waiting for device to become ready... ok.
spin up. OK.
Reading capacity of mass storage device.
has 256000 blocks sized 512b

For this to work, the OHCI root hub must work (to find the USB device), control transfers must work (setup the address, get some general information about it, like “SCSI”, “Bulk-Only”, endpoints, and LUNs), and bulk transfers must work (“256000 blocks of 512b” is got through SCSI/MMC2 commands via bulk)

There’s still quite some work left, as this only works on selected USB devices (more timing resilient than the others?) and errors are neither detected nor handled so far.

Once this is stable and survives all my USB gear, I have to implement interrupt transfers (mostly for keyboards) and my first part of GSoC, OHCI, is done. 🙂