Eric L. Hernes stands accused of saying:
> > IMHO, using copyin/out in drivers is bogus in most cases.
> I agree, but people porting drivers from a sysV derrivative, may want
> to have a driver that will compile and work on either machine. I've
> used a set of macros tucked away in the ifdef section like:
This implies that SysV doesn't provide the readv/writev interface, correct?
> I've also done similar things with the dma kernel support functions.
> Usually, the driver ends up looking more BSDish than SCOish, but
> isn't that how God intended? ;-)
*grins* Now, is this documented in the DDWG?
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