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SubjectRe: PnP model
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On Mon, 2003-02-03 at 13:55, Jaroslav Kysela wrote:
> I strongly vote to follow the same behaviour as PCI code does:
> It means call the activation / enabling / setting functions from the
> probe() callbacks. Only the driver knows what's the best. Including
> the manual assignment of resources.

I agree. A lot of drivers should be able to use one model for everything
including "enable_device" stuff. Right now its all a bit too detailed.

Also the locking model seems very unclear and there are hot swappable ISA
bays

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