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SubjectRe: Using statically allocated memory for platform_data.
On Mon, Nov 02, 2009 at 03:00:11PM +0000, Ben Dooks wrote:
> This looks like something is freeing stuff that it did not allocate in
> the first place, which is IMHO bad. The call platform_device_alloc()
> is setting platform_device_release() as the default release function
> but platform_device_release() releases more than platform_device_alloc()
> actually created.
> My view is that platform_device_alloc()'s default release shouldn't
> be freeing the platform data, and that using platform_device_add_data()
> or platform_device_add_resources() should change either the behvaiour
> of platform_device_release() or it should change the pointer to a new
> release function.

That doesn't work - how do those other functions (adding) know what data
has also been added by other functions? That can't work reliably.

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