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SubjectRe: sunhme.c patch for new PCI interface (UNTESTED)
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Adam J. Richter writes:

> Can I have a hot plug PCI bridge card that connects to
> a regular PCI backplane (perhaps as some kind of CardBus docking
> station card)? If so, all PCI drivers should use __dev{init,exit}{,data}.

PCI is certainly hot-plug hardware, but not on common desktop PCs.
Since PCI is so popular and so often not hot-plug, users should
not be forced to have hot-plug PCI support when they only need
hot-plug SCSI, etc.

Obvious hack: __pciinit, __pciexit, __pciinitdata...
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