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SubjectRe: [RFC] Atmel-supplied hardware headers for AT91RM9200 SoC processor
On Thu, Jul 07, 2005 at 11:58:39AM +0200, Andrew Victor wrote:
> While he seems generally happy with most of the code, he has doubts
> about merging the Atmel-supplied headers and suggested I post this to
> the linux-kernel list for a wider review.
>
> While I agree that their usage of structs/coding-style is not the
> cleanest/Linux way of doing things, re-using their headers is useful
> since:
> 1) they are supplied by the hardware manufacturer.
> 2) Atmel automatically generates them from their chip design database,
> so they should be correct.
> 3) they are used by most AT91RM9200 developers, not just those using
> Linux.

No reason to use the horror it is as-is. Beein hardware description they
won't change ever except for additions, so just clean the mess up into
somethign nice and submit them. You could have done so in the time you
spent arguing on linux-arm-kernel already.

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