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SubjectRe: Rusty's module talk at the Kernel Summit
Hi,

On 17 Jul 2002, bill davidsen wrote:
> | int module_do_blah(struct blah *blah, didel_t dei)
> | #ifdef __MODULE__
> | {
> | locking_code();
> | pure_module_do_blah(blah, dei)
> | unlocking_code();
> | }
> |
> | int pure_module_do_blah(struct blah *blah, didel_t dei)
> | #endif /* __MODULE__ */
>
> I might write the un/lock code as a macro rather than use the ifdef, but
> that's a style thing.

Well, this was the "unpacked" version. Of course one could do that much
better as a macro MODULE_CALL or whatever. However, Roman Zippel promised
to come up with a better solution, and he did come up with a solution. I
didn't yet look at it too much (I've had a trip around the world for
administration purposes), but I don't exclude that it migh be a better
one.

Regards,
Thunder
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