Re: From Eric Anholt:

From: Dave Airlie
Date: Tue May 11 2004 - 18:26:26 EST

> Ick, you can't use "int" as an ioctl structure member, sorry. Please
> use the proper "__u16" or "__u32" value instead.

I just looked at drm.h and nearly all the ioctls use int, this file is
included in user-space applications also at the moment, I'm worried
changing all ints to __u32 will break some of these, anyone on DRI list
care to comment?


> And what about kernels running in 64bit mode with 32bit userspace? Care
> to provide the proper thunking layer for them too?
> thanks,
> greg k-h

David Airlie, Software Engineer / airlied at
pam_smb / Linux DECstation / Linux VAX / ILUG person

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