Jes Sorensen wrote:
> >>>>> "Rogier" == Rogier Wolff <R.E.Wolff@BitWizard.nl> writes:
> Rogier> Linus Torvalds wrote:
> >> #define net_device device #define net_device_stats enet_statistics
> >> #define dev_kfree_skb_irq(a) dev_kfree_skb(a) #define
> >> netif_wake_queue(dev) clear_bit(0, &dev->tbusy) #define
> >> netif_stop_queue(dev) set_bit(0, &dev->tbusy) #define
> >> netif_queue_stopped(dev) ((dev)->tbusy != 0) #define
> >> netif_running(dev) ((dev)->start != 0)
> Rogier> FYI: There is "compatmac.h" in 2.2.x exactly for this purpose!
> Rogier> Feel free to add stuff (like Linus just proposed) that you
> Rogier> need for a network driver!
> The problem with this is that the older kernels are never updated so
> if you want to stick a driver into 2.2.12 for instance, you need to
> keep the latest compat code in the driver itself.
As your driver needs to be patched into the kernel, you might need to
provide it with the latest "compatmac" patch too.
If your driver needs to be compiled in a separate tree, you can
provide your own copy of the latest compatmac.h too.
Actually I was keeping the "compatmac" code in my drivers until I
noticed that I was maintaining those macros in two different
places. So I moved them to a central macro file, and I'm happy about
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