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SubjectExporting calibrate_delay()
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Hi,

Is there a specific reason why calibrate_delay() (in init/main.c)
needs to be an __init function? I need to recalibrate the delay
loop for a CPU that supports multiple clock speeds (the Intel
StrongARM SA1100), so I'd rather use this code instead of
replicating it.


Erik

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