Jan Kiszka wrote:
> Hi Philippe,
> 
> sorry for the delay - I was and still am short on time.
> 
> trem wrote:
>> Hi
>>
>> Oh, I understand your point of view, and I found it fine. We do an
>> example quite complete (and with some sense), and we split it into step.
>>
>> The first complete example could contain :
>> - global buffer (one for all device)
>> - device buffer (one for each device)
>> - local buffer (one for each open)
>> - synchronization: semaphore used to block read when no data are ready
>> - ioctl: used to to select the active buffer (ie global, device, local)
>>
>> Now, how to split it ? I propose :
>>
>> tut01: global buffer + read/write
>> tut02: {global, device, local} buffer + ioctl + read/write
>> tut03: {global, device, local} buffer + ioctl + read/write + synchronization
>>
> 
> Let's write the full example first, look at the result, and then decide
> about the best split-up.
> 
> Jan
> 

Hi

Ok, I write it and I send it ASAP.

regard,
Philippe (trem)



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