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SubjectPATCH 2.4.0.10.6: wrapper.h cleanup
Linus,

Attached is a patch against 2.4.0-test10-pre6. I went the ultra-safe
route and put parentheses around every macro arg. Compiles ok for me
here...

If you were wondering if we can remove wrapper.h altogether, IMHO no,
there are too many users (43) right now..

Changes:
* add lots of parens
* line up vm_xxx and mem_map_xxx nicely with tabs
* remove unused:
wait_handle
file_handle
inode_handle
select_table_handle
vm_area_handle
connect_wrapper
current_got_fatal_signal
current_set_timeout
module_interruptible_sleep_on
module_select_wait
module_wake_up
module_register_chrdev
module_unregister_chrdev
module_register_blkdev
module_unregister_blkdev
inode_get_rdev
file_get_flags
mem_map_inc_count
mem_map_dec_count

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Kevin Lawton wrote:
>
> Listed in 2.4 headers as:
>
> #define mem_map_reserve(p) set_bit(PG_reserved, &p->flags)
> #define mem_map_unreserve(p) clear_bit(PG_reserved, &p->flags)
>
> ...but should be:
>
> #define mem_map_reserve(p) set_bit(PG_reserved, &((p)->flags))
> #define mem_map_unreserve(p) clear_bit(PG_reserved, &((p)->flags))
>
> Because of the 'void *' nature of the 2nd parameter to set_bit/clear_bit,
> the compiler is not picking up this error. Either expression generates
> a pointer, but not the same values.
>
> Might as well also wrap the parameter 'p' with parentheses in the
> subsequent macros, mem_map_inc_count() and mem_map_dec_count(),
> for clarity.
>
> CC me if needed. I'm not on this list.
>
> -Kevin Lawton
> Plex86 project
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> Please read the FAQ at http://www.tux.org/lkml/Index: include/linux/wrapper.h
===================================================================
RCS file: /cvsroot/gkernel/linux_2_4/include/linux/wrapper.h,v
retrieving revision 1.1.1.3
diff -u -r1.1.1.3 wrapper.h
--- include/linux/wrapper.h 2000/10/22 21:00:45 1.1.1.3
+++ include/linux/wrapper.h 2000/10/30 03:07:00
@@ -1,36 +1,14 @@
#ifndef _WRAPPER_H_
#define _WRAPPER_H_
-#define wait_handle struct wait_queue
-#define file_handle struct file
-#define inode_handle struct inode
-#define select_table_handle select_table
-#define vm_area_handle struct vm_area_struct

-#define connect_wrapper(x) 0
-#define current_got_fatal_signal() (signal_pending(current))
-#define current_set_timeout(val) current->timeout = val
+#define vma_set_inode(v,i) ((v)->vm_inode = (i))
+#define vma_get_flags(v) ((v)->vm_flags)
+#define vma_get_pgoff(v) ((v)->vm_pgoff)
+#define vma_get_start(v) ((v)->vm_start)
+#define vma_get_end(v) ((v)->vm_end)
+#define vma_get_page_prot(v) ((v)->vm_page_prot)

-#define module_interruptible_sleep_on interruptible_sleep_on
-#define module_wake_up wake_up
-#define module_select_wait select_wait
-#define module_register_chrdev register_chrdev
-#define module_unregister_chrdev unregister_chrdev
-#define module_register_blkdev register_blkdev
-#define module_unregister_blkdev unregister_blkdev
+#define mem_map_reserve(p) set_bit(PG_reserved, &((p)->flags))
+#define mem_map_unreserve(p) clear_bit(PG_reserved, &((p)->flags))

-#define inode_get_rdev(i) i->i_rdev
-
-#define file_get_flags(f) f->f_flags
-
-#define vma_set_inode(v,i) v->vm_inode = i
-#define vma_get_flags(v) v->vm_flags
-#define vma_get_pgoff(v) v->vm_pgoff
-#define vma_get_start(v) v->vm_start
-#define vma_get_end(v) v->vm_end
-#define vma_get_page_prot(v) v->vm_page_prot
-
-#define mem_map_reserve(p) set_bit(PG_reserved, &p->flags)
-#define mem_map_unreserve(p) clear_bit(PG_reserved, &p->flags)
-#define mem_map_inc_count(p) atomic_inc(&(p->count))
-#define mem_map_dec_count(p) atomic_dec(&(p->count))
-#endif
+#endif /* _WRAPPER_H_ */
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