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Re: [PATCH] PCI Arbiter

From: Justus Winter
Subject: Re: [PATCH] PCI Arbiter
Date: Sun, 22 Oct 2017 10:55:13 +0200
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Joan Lledó <joanlluislledo@gmail.com> writes:

> Hi!
> 2017-10-20 15:18 GMT+02:00 Justus Winter <teythoon@avior.uberspace.de>:
>> Hi Joan :)
>> let me be the first to say: Awesome :)
>> Joan Lledó <joanlluislledo@gmail.com> writes:
>>> Attached are two patches. The first one is to be applied to the Hurd
>>> source tree and contains a new mig pci interface, the pci server and a
>>> new library which includes the mig client stubs.
>> So I'd say the libpciclient library is a bit superfluous, that could be
>> done in the Hurd-specific libpcibackend.
> What do you mean with libpcibackend? Adding that code to libpciaccess
> and pciutils?

Yes, sorry, that is exactly what I meant.

> If so, I was talking to Samuel about that (irc channel at 2017-09-28)
> and he suggested me to create this library to avoid adding mig stuff
> to pciutils and libpciaccess.

I see, but I'm confused now.  Are we not going to add the client stubs
to libhurduser and be done with that?

>> I don't see these functions adding anything over just doing that by
>> foot in libpciaccess.
> I'm not sure to understand what you mean, it's the same as before,
> right? you're suggesting to move this code to libpciaccess.


Cheers :)

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