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SubjectRe: Newbie idiotic questions.
Bill Pringlemeir wrote:
> [main.c, line 175]
>
> for (count = 0; count < sizeof(card->digmix) / sizeof(card->digmix[0]); count++) {
>
> Isn't there some sort of `ALEN' macro available, or is this
> considered to muddy things by using a macro?

Yes, we have array size

> [main.c, line 223]
> if ((card->mpuout = kmalloc(sizeof(struct emu10k1_mpuout), GFP_KERNEL))
>
> Why is the struct type referenced for the allocation size? Why not,
>
> if ((card->mpuout = kmalloc(sizeof(card->mpuout), GFP_KERNEL))

because then you would be allocating the size of a pointer, not the size
of a structure


> Why aren't all the gobs of constant data in this driver declared as
> constant? Do it give a performance advantage by having the data in a
> different MMU section and better cache effects or something?

Marking data const is usually a good idea.

Jeff


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