Subject: Re: sun3 problem found (pmap_enter() bashed)
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Christos Zoulas <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04/07/1999 10:21:00
In article <14090.58427.454323.548634@vite> email@example.com (Gordon W. Ross) writes:
>Charles M. Hannum writes:
> > So I just checked in a large batch of changes to modify the
> > pmap_enter() API as previously noted.
> > This has not been tested on other platforms than arm32. However,
> > since all other platforms currently ignore the `access_type' argument,
> > it should not cause any problems (other than potential compilation
> > errors).
>Well... I guess you warned me... but this one cost me several days...
>Note the uninitialized variable "pa" that is passed to pmap_enter.
>(Gee... Let's enter some RANDOM mappings! What fun!:)
>Watch out for those temptations to "tweak while there"...
>Lesson: when in pre-release, do the minimum and get out!
How come this was not caught by the prototype mismatch?