[coreboot] flashrom FreeBSD port
Jonathan A. Kollasch
jakllsch at kollasch.net
Thu May 22 05:16:44 CEST 2008
On Sat, May 17, 2008 at 11:35:41AM +0300, Andriy Gapon wrote:
> Changes to make flashrom compile (and work) on FreeBSD.
> This patch addresses different argument order of outX() calls,
> FreeBSD-specific headers, difference in certain type names and system
> interface names, and also FreeBSD-specific way of gaining IO port
This doesn't solve a general problem. There isn't a standard wrapper
around I/O-space access functions. For instance the functions that
do this on on NetBSD recently were made kernel-only.
The solution I'd like to see is for a program that needs I/O-space
access to supply it's own wrapper. Not that I'm expecting this
to change ...
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