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SubjectRe: time interpolation hooks
On Fri, May 16, 2003 at 02:23:11PM -0700, Andrew Morton wrote:

I rather would have a "timer source" object that
provides those 2 functions as methods, so that one can write "timer" drivers
as more or less stand alone units that register themselves
with the generic timekeeping unit (probably with an accuracy score so that
the generic code can pick one in the event of multiple timer sources).
For x86 I wrote an acpitimer "driver" last week (for 2.4) and it
gets messy if you have those 2 functions as just independent
function pointers ....
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