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SubjectRe: [PATCH] isa_{read,write}{w,l} fixed
> The only truely portable way of doing this type of thing is to use either
> integer or char arrays.

So you want to do that for IP too (and all other network protocols) ? Ext2
(all other file systems) ?

IMHO it's better to just assume a "sane" compiler that doesn't pad things
if they're already naturally aligned (i.e. aligned to a multiple of their
size).

Philipp

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