Re: [PATCH] ARM: Use asm-generic/sizes.h
From: Paul Mundt
Date: Wed Mar 23 2011 - 00:07:45 EST
On Tue, Mar 22, 2011 at 08:16:38PM -0700, Stephen Boyd wrote:
> On 03/22/2011 06:29 PM, Guan Xuetao wrote:
> > IMO, the content of asm-generic/sizes.h should only include
> > power-of-2 sizes definitions. And SZ_48M could be replaced by
> > (SZ_32M | SZ_16M) or (SZ_32M + SZ_16M), or added to arch-specific
> > headers.
> I'm hoping that kbuild gets asm-generic support sometime soon so files
> with only a "#include <asm-generic/*>" are generated instead of living
> in the tree. In that case I'd rather have the non power of 2 constants
> added to the generic sizes.h and be done with it. There isn't any strong
> technical reason to deny power of 2 constants from the generic header,
> Note: SH could also move to this if SZ_26M is put in the generic header.
I since dropped it and just open-coded it in the one place it was being
used. If it had been used in more places I would have stubbed it in the
asm/ version after the asm-generic include.
I'd say the simplest is to stay with powers of 2 unless you have a size
that is used in more than one place. If ARM uses SZ_48M commonly then
there's certainly a good case for adding it generically.
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