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SubjectRE: [RFQ] New driver architecture questions
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> >> Perhaps this is a bad example? It seems like the "common layer"
> >> sections that are "cross-OS" shouldn't contain any Linux specific code
> at all.
> >
> > I think the implication is that the cross-OS parts are coded, as it
> > happens, in the linux coding style, using linux functions, but then a
> > Windows layer maps these to Windows specific functions.
>
> Correct.
>
> Jeff
>
>
>
[Atul] I think we are close, for example, memcpy API in the stack is osi_memcpy(), which translates to memcpy() on Linux and ScsiPortMoveMemory() on windows.



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