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SubjectRe: The magical mystical changing ethernet interface order
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On Iau, 2003-05-08 at 13:05, David S. Miller wrote:
> This is absolutely not guarenteed. The linker is at liberty to
> reorder objects in any order it so desires, for performance reasons
> etc.
>
> Any reliance on link ordering is broken and needs to be fixed.

That ahould keep you amused for a year or two. Unfortunately for the ISA
driver code we *have* to rely on link order or rip out the __init stuff
and use Space.c type hacks.


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