> Yes, patch would be nice. I am currently debugging some PCMCIA > problems... Question: is/was there situation where your version worked > but old one did not? No. > Does it provide faster data rates? Yes, it does. As I recall, pcmcia spec doesn't provide "fomula" to calculate cycle timings. It defines standard 255ns io cycle and it's parameters. I changed the code to behave in similar way. I.e. to set standard timings in MCIO/MCMEM/MCATT for a standard cycle length. The shortest patch would use that 165ns to set specific params for 255 ns io cycle. (It's strange that SOC_PCMCIA_IO_ACCESS and friends do not specify cycle length.) The long patch would change io, attribute and mem timings. I'll try to prepare patch for 2.6.35 this week.
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