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Alfred Perlstein <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > Alfred,
> > Your changes above broke building the GENERIC kernel. __i386__ is always
> > defined (whether -ansi or not), and this now causes SOFT_INTR_REQUIRED()
> > macro to use non-existing softintr(). (Well, it's defined as empty in
> > sys/i386/isa/bs/bsif.h.)
> > I'm not sure what would me more correct; to include the definition of
> > softintr() from bsif.h, or to just commit the following:
> I'm really fine with either. Let's wait till tomorrow for anyone to
> speak up, if no one does please feel free to commit whichever one you
> feel more comfortable with.
These drivers are shared with NetBSD/pc98. Please don't make many
FreeBSD local changes. I will ask the original author about how to
resolve this problem. Please wait a few days.
THE CENTER for INFORMATION SCIENCE, Kogakuin Univ.
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