IXP4xx: unneeded #include platform-specific include files?
khc at pm.waw.pl
Tue Nov 17 17:22:21 EST 2009
"Imre Kaloz" <kaloz at openwrt.org> writes:
> Why wouldn't you want to remember that "INTA" was "GPIO8"? When you want to
> touch those lines you do have to remember or look up what GPIO was that one.
> So this hardly makes it easier to work with or to remember to -- it certainly
> duplicates the assignments, as you've also noted.
Actually I'm not sure if I understand you correctly.
If I use GPIO8 (presumably in different places) I have to remember what
it is. This may be use with a couple of IRQ lines but gets harder and
harder with a more complicated machine. Macros like SLOT0_INTA etc.
don't have this problem. That's BTW why macros and symbolic names were
> The INTx naming convention is also stupid, as in most cases these are
> not different
> INT lines of the PCI slot but either separate slots or subdevices -- and note,
> most of the boards only have INTa connected mechanically.
> And I didn't even get to the topic of *_PCI_MAX_DEV, *_PCI_IRQ_LINES
> and the mania
> of pci_irq_table usage..
But you've seen the patches I just posted, haven't you?
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