On Sun, 10 Oct 2004, Pete Popov wrote:
> > If not, why not use a data type that covers
> > valid offsets only when passing addresses to bus access functions?
> The attribute and memory pcmcia addresses are just stored in these
> variables, and then the upper pcmcia stack layer calls ioremap on these
> addresses. Thus, you need the 36 bit I/O address patch, as well as the
> tiny pcmcia patch.
> The pcmcia I/O address is ioremapped at the socket driver level. If that
> was the case with the mem and attribute addresses, I wouldn't need this
> 64 bit pcmcia patch. But since it's the upper pcmcia layer that ioremaps
> these addresses, I need to store tham in 64 bit types.
OK, but then phys_t should be used for ioaddr_t universally, shouldn't
it? Any architecture can have the controller seen in a 64-bit memory
space, after all.