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SubjectRe: [PATCH] isa_{read,write}{w,l} fixed
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> I disagree.  A lot of drivers seem to use structs as a cheap way to get
> separate namespaces for their readl() / sbus_readl() offsets, and inconsistent
> behaviour between readb() and isa_readb() (as well as isa_readb() on ARM
> and isa_reab() on x86) would be unnecessarily confusing.

I've fixed several drivers that do that. It doesnt work because structure
padding goes and bites the idiots who do this. Also a struct pointer isnt
capable of representing the entire physical address of some boxes - it can
hit the full ISA address space sure.

Alan


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