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SubjectRe: Constant byteorder macros.
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> > b/w/d would make more sense in PCI nomenclature. Too late 
>
> Why's it too late? Are these names specified in the PCI spec, or just the
> Linux code?

In Linux. The b/w/d is the PCI specification "byte word doubleword" sequence

> We could add {write,read}{8,16,32,64} routines now, #define the old
> read[bwl] accordingly, and in early 2.5 start to warn about the use of the old
> versions.

How about fixing the 2.3.x bugs and getting 2.4 out before that ?


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