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SubjectRe: [PATCH 1/4 resend] [x86] Add generic GPIO support to x86
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Hi Andres,

Le lundi 22 octobre 2007, Andres Salomon a écrit :
> How does being used on MIPS and ARM make it suitable for x86? If
> you're arguing that other x86 platforms conform to it, and it might be
> useful for them; sure, I'll buy that. That doesn't seem to currently be
> the case, though.

The purpose of the API, as defines itself is meant to be generic and
architecture neutral, and the few functions it defines are.

Since I needed some GPIO helpers for the RDC R-321x SoC, I picked up this one.
Now if you want to propose another one go ahead, and I will rebase my code on
top of yours.
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Cordialement, Florian Fainelli
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