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SubjectRe: device model documentation 1/3
Patrick Mochel wrote:
>>> int (*bind) (struct device * dev, struct device_driver * drv);
>>>};
>>>
>>
>>Please - Why do you call it bind? Does it have something with
>>netowrking to do? Please just name it attach. This way the old UNIX
>>guys among us won't have to drag a too big
>>"UNIX to Linux translation dictionary" around with them.
>>As an "added bonus" you will stay consistent with -
>>
>>PCMCIA code base in kernel
>>USB code base in kernel
>>IDE code base (well recently)
>
>
> Ok, I can live with that.

Thanks. I know it's a bit of nit picking. But coding
is about expressing tough and many people underestimate the
importance of proper nomenclature for making code understandible.
Anywy I just wonted to make sure that you know that
I apreciate the docs and code you wrote :-).

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