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SubjectRe: wavelan has fatal error with 2.4.0 (but worked in 2.4.0-test12)
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> 	This is a bug with the definition of udelay(). Somebody tried
> to be too clever with udelay(), and the end result is that it breaks
> perfectly good and valid code.
> Therefore, it should be reported as such on LKML, a bug in udelay().

It is a bug in the driver.

> there. For my part, I insist that the code is correct, that replacing
> an inline function by a #define is going backwards and that udelay()
> should be fixed one way or another (easy, just define __bad_udelay()
> as returning a compilation warning or an error message).

You can't #define a function to a #warning or #error in C. Language limitation

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