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    SubjectRe: [PATCH 3/3] IRQ: Maintain regs pointer globally rather than passing to IRQ handlers
    On Tue, 03 Oct 2006 10:52:19 UTC, in fa.linux.kernel Ingo Molnar

    >* Andrew Morton <> wrote:
    >> > I don't personally mind the patch, I just wanted to bring that issue
    >> > up.
    >> yup. Perhaps we could add
    >> so that out-of-tree drivers can reliably do their ifdefing.
    >i'd suggest we do something like:
    > #define __PT_REGS
    >so that backportable drivers can do:
    > static irqreturn_t irq_handler(int irq, void *dev_id __PT_REGS)
    >instead of an #ifdef jungle. Older kernel bases can define __PT_REGS in
    >their interrupt.h (or in the backported driver's header, in one place)
    > #ifndef __PT_REGS
    > # define __PT_REGS , struct pt_regs *regs
    > #endif
    >this would minimize the direct impact in the source-code.

    Has this or something like it been sprinkled with penguin pee? I'm
    one of those misguided out-of-tree maintainers. I dont' use pt_regs
    but like warning-free compiles - and a single code module when

    William D Waddington
    "Even bugs...are unexpected signposts on
    the long road of creativity..." - Ken Burtch
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