Tim Waugh (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mon, 14 Dec 1998 19:57:35 +0000 (GMT)
On Mon, 14 Dec 1998, Andrea Arcangeli wrote:
> Without this patch I dubit that the new lp (that uses 1284 functions)
> would not cause an Oops using parport_ax or _arc. An alternative patch
> would be to add a check for null in read_block() and write_block() in
> parport_ieee1284.c but I think it would only decrease performance because
> such functions are likely to exists...
I'm not sure about this. If you look at the char drivers, they have NULL
for functions they don't want to implement. I think maybe it should be
the same thing here, and parport_ieee1284.c should be changed. I'll think
a bit more about it.
> Little cleanup/improvement:
> This patch will implement a policy where the ieee_ops lowlevel function
> has to be called with a callback not null. This will improve performance
> because ~always there' s a valid callback set.
Not sure about this one either. The saving isn't exactly colossal. ;-)
> I just included patch-2.1.131-ac8-1284 + the patches above in my arca-tree
> to handle more testing from people on more hardware...
Okay. Are you planning to merge your arca tree into 2.2 though?
> Tim and what about things like tunelp -w now?
Um. What does tunelp -w do? ;-)
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