On 08/02/06, Jan Kiszka <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> I still prefer configuration options as they also allow to reduce the
> overall code size (less cache refills and TLB misses). And shared
> interrupts are for x86 only (approximately), I think. Unfortunately, I

Ok, that's a good argument. Then make the whole IRQ-sharing stuff
compile-time configurable and see how much we can save.

Anyway, I agree that the code which is supposed to be used by only a fraction of users (Jan is only interested so far? and esp. in that "brain-damaged" edge-triggered stuff) and which is a bit too heavy to guarantee a close-to-zero-overhead should be made optional.

Ok, let's go for it upon getting the test results.

Enclosed a small optimization to reduce the code in (optional in future) ISR.


Best regards,
Dmitry Adamushko

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