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SubjectRe: ENOIOCTLCMD?
At 5:45 PM +0100 2001-05-13, Alan Cox wrote:
> > What I was arguing (conceptually) is that something like
>> #define ENOIOCTLCMD ENOTTY
>> or preferably but more invasively s/ENOIOCTLCMD/ENOTTY/ (mutatis mutandis)
>>
>> would result in no loss of function. I assert that ENOIOCTLCMD is
>> redundant, pending a specific counterexample.
>
>On the contrary. I can now no longer force an unsupported response when there
>is a generic routine I dont wish to use

That makes sense. Thanks.
--
/Jonathan Lundell.
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