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SubjectRe: accessing on-card ram/rom
hiren_mehta@agilent.com wrote:
> I looked at the IO-mapping.txt file. It says that
> on x86 architecture it should not make any difference.
> It also says that "on x86 it _is_ the same memory space. So
> on x86 it actually works to just dereference a pointer".

> Any inputs on this ?

Don't depend on architecture-specific guarantees like this, it could
change, etc.

Use ioremap, it's portable, it's standard, it's the way to go. ;-)

Jeff


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