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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] new ioctl type checking causes gcc warning
    On Saturday 13 September 2003 02:31, Kevin P. Fleming wrote:
    > Does that mean that
    > these two lines:
    > #define BLKGETSIZE64 _IOR(0x12,114,sizeof(__uint64_t))
    > #define BLKGETSIZE64 _IOR(0x12,114,__uint64_t)
    > actually produce different ioctl numbers?

    Exactly. On 32 bit systems, the former is 0x80041272, the
    latter is 0x80081272. On 64 bit systems, they are both

    > If so, then I don't
    > understand how the kernel can continue to offer the old/invalid
    > interface when the new _IOR macro won't accept the first version any
    > longer.

    Inside the kernel, the first definition has to be changed to
    something like:

    #define BLKGETSIZE64 _IOR(0x12,114,size_t) /* broken: actually __u64 */
    #define BLKGETSIZE64 _IOR_BAD(0x12,114,sizeof(__uint64_t)) /* broken */

    in order to get a definition that will pass the check and
    generate the well-known number.
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