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SubjectRe: readl/writel and memory barriers
On Sat, 23 Feb 2002, Daniel Phillips wrote:

| On February 21, 2002 01:29 am, Randy.Dunlap wrote:
| > On Wed, 20 Feb 2002, Keith Owens wrote:
| > | Ignoring the issue of hardware that reorders I/O, volatile accesses
| > | must not be reordered by the compiler. From a C9X draft (1999, anybody
| > | have the current C standard online?) :-
| > PDF file, for about US$18 - US$20, downloaded from ISO.
|
| The drafts are supposed to be public.

We probably aren't disagreeing here.
I was writing about a released standard, not a draft.
I thought that's what Keith meant by "current C standard."

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~Randy

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