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SubjectRe: Userspace I/O driver core
Jan Engelhardt wrote:
>> It has to be written once, but compiled for every kernel
>> version and $arch out there (for out of tree drivers), or it
>> has to wait for the next kernel release and distro sync (for
>> in-tree drivers).
>>
>
> Still better than written for every _and_ compiled for every.
> But wait, make it simpler: just give the source to the user and
> don't bother with precompiling. It's such a PITA anyhow.
>

Users don't compile. They use. That's why they're called users.

And please don't suggest wrapper scripts to do the compilation.


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error compiling committee.c: too many arguments to function

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