In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Mitsuru IWASAKI writes:
: Thanks Shiozaki-san, I think `reg' is short for registers of the
: target chip, correct?

Yes.  Traditionally fooreg.h has "hardware" definitions on it.  Device
registers, flag masks and other such things.  Both OLDCARD and NEWCARD
do this.

: How about kernel/userland shareable stuff like ioctl?

Traditionally, these have been placed in fooio.h.

The reason that foo.h hasn't been used more is, as pointed out
earlier, foo.h is generated by config.


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