> On Wed, 16 May 2001, Warner Losh wrote:
> > In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Brian Somers writes:
> > : How should this be done - and where should I install digiio.h if 
> > : that's what's required ?
> > 
> > I think that ppi device sets the standard here.  It installs into
> > /usr/include/dev/ppi/ppi*.h.  digiio should likely do the same.
> Ugh.  ppi (actually ppbus) sets a bad example.  A /usr/include/dev
> tree with an average of 1+epsilon files per directory is even worse
> than a /sys/dev tree with an average of about 3 files per directory
> (not counting 4 CVS files per directory).  ppbus actually installs a
> lot of kernel-only headers so /sys/dev/ppbus is not all that small.
> Most headers that define ioctls are in <sys>.  I think there should
> be at most one directory for ioctl headers and it shouldn't be a subdir
> of /usr/include/sys (/usr/include/sys/dev doesn't even reflect the
> kernel tree).

Well, now we know what it shouldn't be :*0

I've created /usr/include/dev/digi/digiio.h pending any better 

> Bruce

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