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[patch] ISA-support in GNU Mach PCMCIA core

From: Stefan Siegl
Subject: [patch] ISA-support in GNU Mach PCMCIA core
Date: Mon, 28 Aug 2006 03:26:55 +0200
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Hi folks,

so far we have ISA support in the PCMCIA code which however isn't
compiled in due to preprocessing directives (#ifdef CONFIG_ISA).

The patch along adds yet another configure option (enable-pcmcia-isa),
allowing to compile that bits in. The latter is especially useful if
your PCMCIA bridge, attached to the PCI bus, doesn't get an IRQ itself.
In this case the PCMCIA core does not know which IRQ to assign unless an
(ISA) IRQ scan takes place.

   - % - 

2006-08-28  Stefan Siegl  <stesie@brokenpipe.de>

        * i386/linux/configure.ac: Add configuration option allowing to enable
        ISA-bus support in the pcmcia core.

        * i386/linux/configure: Regenerate.
        * i386/linux/device-drivers.h.in: Likewise.

        * doc/mach.texi (Configuration): Briefly document the new configuration

   - % - 

Patch should be attached.

The patch does *NOT* contain the diffs of the regenerated files,
configure and device-drivers.h.in; please re-run autoreconf to generate


Stefan Siegl <stesie@brokenpipe.de>
www.taxbird.de - Der freie ELSTER Client

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