Re: [PATCH 2/8] x86/mrst: add cpu type detection for Medfield

From: jacob pan
Date: Mon May 17 2010 - 12:08:04 EST

>Why are you having mrst_cpu_chip as a caching variable if you expose
>the identify function ? Either you evaluate boot_cpu_data everytime or
>you do it once and expose a function which lets you access the cached
>data. IIRC Alan mentioned that drivers need this info, so the access
>function will need an EXPORT_SYMBOL_GPL to work.

I cached value because mrst_cpu_chip is used a few times in mrst.c, I should
fix that to have a unified interface. will also do the EXPORT_SYMBOL_GPL.

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