Restructuring Efforts

Troy Benjegerdes hozer at
Sat Feb 20 15:39:12 EST 1999

Now that's kinda slick.. (And sorta scary ;)

> I was just trying this out with tlbia: Use real tlbias in the kernel even
> on chips that don't do tlbia.  When on a chip that doesn't have the tlbia
> instruction take the trap and fix the code up in the trap handler (put in
> a bl soft_tlbia instead of a tlbia).  We could do something like this per
> architecture.  When doing an arch specific function trap, take the trap
> and fix it up.  The problem with that is keeping track of the myriad of
> functions we need to keep track of.
> }It may be the case that none of the Amiga drivers use the same IO
> }macros as other drivers use. As I remember it, there are two set of
> }macros. But it's a long time since I looked at that, I could be wrong.

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