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    SubjectRe: [PATCH 1/2] [MMC] Driver for TI FlashMedia card reader - source
    > Could I ask where the information which permitted this (nice-looking) driver to
    > be written came from?

    I had 3 sources for this:
    1. win64 binary driver
    2. linux binary driver - it says its license is GPL, but source is nowhere to be found
    3. OMAP 5912 datasheet for part of the tifm_sd functionality

    My upcoming memorystick driver only draws from the first two sources. I should also add that I
    never worked for TI nor Everest Consulting (the authors of the binary driver) and don't know
    anybody who ever did.

    > The driver has lots of really big inlined functions. It's best to uninline
    > these. If the function has a single callsite, gcc will inline it anyway.
    > If the function has multiple callsites (now, or in the future), inlining it
    > is undesirable.

    I actually marked them "inline" to signify the fact that only one callsite is intended for these
    functions. They are not intended to be called from arbitrary places (no problem to fix those,
    though).



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