Re: [PATCH] Module parameters reimplementation 0/4

From: Rusty Russell (
Date: Thu Nov 14 2002 - 12:35:57 EST

In message <20021114150325.GA313@pazke.ipt> you write:
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> Russell wrote:
> > Types "short", "ushort", "int", "ulong", "bool", "invbool" etc are
> > implemented pre-canned. You can define your own, see linux/params.h
> > for how.

> Why not u8, u16, u32 etc ?

I could have, but in practice that doesn't seem to be how people use
them. But that may be a legacy of MODULE_PARM(). If I guessed wrong,
more can be added trivially.


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