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SubjectRe: Source organization for two drivers sharing coomon code
Jan Engelhardt wrote:
> On Jul 27 2007 10:17, Subbu Seetharaman wrote:
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>>What is the recommended way for two drivers to share common code ?
>><snip>...The source code for these dirvers will fit under
>>drivers/net and drivers/scsi. But both drivers share some common
>>code.

> You could create (in total) three modules, e.g. my-common.ko,
> my-net.ko and my-scsi.ko, of which the latter two use functions from the first.

Where would the common code live, in such a case? Would you just pick
one of the two locations at random, or put it in drivers/misc or maybe lib?

Chris
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