Subject: Re: Documentation
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Charles M. Hannum <email@example.com>
Date: 01/06/1995 19:15:57
D. Device interface
III. Device driver functions
These should be combined.
IV. Device driver theory (maybe this should be up higher)
A. User context routines
B. Interrupt context routines
D. Error recovery
These are definitely worth expounding upon a great deal. Most of the
386BSD code didn't do either worth sh*t.
And tprintf(), which isn't used widely enough.
I'm not sure I'd call that a `kernel utility'. It's more of a
I don't want to discourage anyone who's psyched to do this, but I
think a lot of this will be covered in the 4.4BSD book, if and when it
ever gets published.