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    SubjectRe: Integration of pcnet_cs into drivers/pcmcia

    > > So my wish for 2.4 came true: pcmcia is integrated in kernel. Here is
    > > my help: integrating pcnet_cs (and fixing minor bugs I noticed at the
    > > point). It works for me and I think it is the right thing.
    > ...
    > > #ifdef CONFIG_PCMCIA
    > > pcmcia_init(); /* Do this last */
    > > +#ifdef CONFIG_PCMCIA_PCNET
    > > + init_pcnet_cs();
    > > +#endif
    > > #endif
    > Can't the new module init code be used to avoid having to hack up
    > main.c for every driver?

    pcmcia is initialized _after_ initcall()'s are done, so I suspect it
    would not work. There's probably good reason: pcmcia_init() needs to
    know what areas are allocated.

    > I'd prefer to wait a bit and do all the PCMCIA client drivers in one
    > go, after thinking it through, rather than piecemeal.

    Integrating it was rather easy... I do not think much thinking is
    required. And - bulkmem is already there, is it? ;-). I can not see
    anything wrong with one_driver_at_a_time approach.

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