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Re: switching to <sys/bus.h>: the non-trivial patches
On Fri, Jul 08, 2011 at 08:22:25PM -0700, Matt Thomas wrote:
> On Jul 8, 2011, at 12:21 PM, David Young wrote:
> > For review, here are the remainder of the patches that switch
> > the architectures with PCI support from <machine/bus.h> to a
> > common <sys/bus.h> that includes MD <machine/bus_defs.h> and
> > <machine/bus_funcs.h>.
> > Please review, test, comment. Thanks.
> > The bulk of this patch moves tons of inline bus_space(9) routines to
> > appropriate .c files where they are not any longer inline. The changes
> > to PowerPC involving BUS_DMA_DONTCACHE need to be reviewed.
> > I have not included in the patch the changes to umpteen
> > <machine/types.h>'s that #define __HAVE_NEW_STYLE_BUS_H, or the deletion
> > of umpteen <machine/bus.h>'s.
> We aren't installing <sys/buf.h> anymore so why are installing
I painstakingly got each PCI release to build, and that's what it took
for alpha. *shrug*
I can just let alpha break until somebody figures out why it wanted
<machine/bus.h> in userland to begin with.
David Young OJC Technologies
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