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/haiku/src/add-ons/kernel/interrupt_controllers/openpic/
H A Dopenpic.cppdiff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


git-svn-id: file:///srv/svn/repos/haiku/haiku/trunk@36960 a95241bf-73f2-0310-859d-f6bbb57e9c96
diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


git-svn-id: file:///srv/svn/repos/haiku/haiku/trunk@36960 a95241bf-73f2-0310-859d-f6bbb57e9c96
diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


git-svn-id: file:///srv/svn/repos/haiku/haiku/trunk@36960 a95241bf-73f2-0310-859d-f6bbb57e9c96
diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


git-svn-id: file:///srv/svn/repos/haiku/haiku/trunk@36960 a95241bf-73f2-0310-859d-f6bbb57e9c96
diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


git-svn-id: file:///srv/svn/repos/haiku/haiku/trunk@36960 a95241bf-73f2-0310-859d-f6bbb57e9c96
/haiku/src/add-ons/kernel/drivers/graphics/et6x00/
H A Ddriver.cdiff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


git-svn-id: file:///srv/svn/repos/haiku/haiku/trunk@36960 a95241bf-73f2-0310-859d-f6bbb57e9c96
diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


git-svn-id: file:///srv/svn/repos/haiku/haiku/trunk@36960 a95241bf-73f2-0310-859d-f6bbb57e9c96
diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


git-svn-id: file:///srv/svn/repos/haiku/haiku/trunk@36960 a95241bf-73f2-0310-859d-f6bbb57e9c96
diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


git-svn-id: file:///srv/svn/repos/haiku/haiku/trunk@36960 a95241bf-73f2-0310-859d-f6bbb57e9c96
diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


git-svn-id: file:///srv/svn/repos/haiku/haiku/trunk@36960 a95241bf-73f2-0310-859d-f6bbb57e9c96
/haiku/src/add-ons/kernel/drivers/misc/
H A Dmem.cdiff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


git-svn-id: file:///srv/svn/repos/haiku/haiku/trunk@36960 a95241bf-73f2-0310-859d-f6bbb57e9c96
diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


git-svn-id: file:///srv/svn/repos/haiku/haiku/trunk@36960 a95241bf-73f2-0310-859d-f6bbb57e9c96
diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


git-svn-id: file:///srv/svn/repos/haiku/haiku/trunk@36960 a95241bf-73f2-0310-859d-f6bbb57e9c96
diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


git-svn-id: file:///srv/svn/repos/haiku/haiku/trunk@36960 a95241bf-73f2-0310-859d-f6bbb57e9c96
diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


git-svn-id: file:///srv/svn/repos/haiku/haiku/trunk@36960 a95241bf-73f2-0310-859d-f6bbb57e9c96
/haiku/src/add-ons/kernel/busses/scsi/buslogic/
H A Dbuslogic.cdiff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


git-svn-id: file:///srv/svn/repos/haiku/haiku/trunk@36960 a95241bf-73f2-0310-859d-f6bbb57e9c96
diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


git-svn-id: file:///srv/svn/repos/haiku/haiku/trunk@36960 a95241bf-73f2-0310-859d-f6bbb57e9c96
diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


git-svn-id: file:///srv/svn/repos/haiku/haiku/trunk@36960 a95241bf-73f2-0310-859d-f6bbb57e9c96
diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


git-svn-id: file:///srv/svn/repos/haiku/haiku/trunk@36960 a95241bf-73f2-0310-859d-f6bbb57e9c96
diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


git-svn-id: file:///srv/svn/repos/haiku/haiku/trunk@36960 a95241bf-73f2-0310-859d-f6bbb57e9c96
/haiku/src/add-ons/kernel/drivers/graphics/s3/
H A Ddriver.cppdiff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


git-svn-id: file:///srv/svn/repos/haiku/haiku/trunk@36960 a95241bf-73f2-0310-859d-f6bbb57e9c96
diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


git-svn-id: file:///srv/svn/repos/haiku/haiku/trunk@36960 a95241bf-73f2-0310-859d-f6bbb57e9c96
diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


git-svn-id: file:///srv/svn/repos/haiku/haiku/trunk@36960 a95241bf-73f2-0310-859d-f6bbb57e9c96
diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


git-svn-id: file:///srv/svn/repos/haiku/haiku/trunk@36960 a95241bf-73f2-0310-859d-f6bbb57e9c96
diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


git-svn-id: file:///srv/svn/repos/haiku/haiku/trunk@36960 a95241bf-73f2-0310-859d-f6bbb57e9c96
/haiku/src/add-ons/kernel/drivers/graphics/ati/
H A Ddriver.cppdiff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


git-svn-id: file:///srv/svn/repos/haiku/haiku/trunk@36960 a95241bf-73f2-0310-859d-f6bbb57e9c96
diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


git-svn-id: file:///srv/svn/repos/haiku/haiku/trunk@36960 a95241bf-73f2-0310-859d-f6bbb57e9c96
diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


git-svn-id: file:///srv/svn/repos/haiku/haiku/trunk@36960 a95241bf-73f2-0310-859d-f6bbb57e9c96
diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


git-svn-id: file:///srv/svn/repos/haiku/haiku/trunk@36960 a95241bf-73f2-0310-859d-f6bbb57e9c96
diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


git-svn-id: file:///srv/svn/repos/haiku/haiku/trunk@36960 a95241bf-73f2-0310-859d-f6bbb57e9c96
/haiku/src/add-ons/kernel/bus_managers/usb/
H A DPhysicalMemoryAllocator.hdiff d8b4cfc9 Sat Aug 04 15:52:27 MDT 2012 Rene Gollent <anevilyak@gmail.com> Get USB functional on x86-64.

- Various changes to printf format specifiers to make them 32/64 safe.
- Adjustments to various descriptor structures since addr_t is not 32-bit
on x86-64, and consequently this breaks the physical structure that's
expected. Also adjusted padding to accomodate 32-byte boundaries when
64-bit pointers are in use.
- Adjustments to make use of phys_addr_t where needed.
diff d8b4cfc9 Sat Aug 04 15:52:27 MDT 2012 Rene Gollent <anevilyak@gmail.com> Get USB functional on x86-64.

- Various changes to printf format specifiers to make them 32/64 safe.
- Adjustments to various descriptor structures since addr_t is not 32-bit
on x86-64, and consequently this breaks the physical structure that's
expected. Also adjusted padding to accomodate 32-byte boundaries when
64-bit pointers are in use.
- Adjustments to make use of phys_addr_t where needed.
diff d8b4cfc9 Sat Aug 04 15:52:27 MDT 2012 Rene Gollent <anevilyak@gmail.com> Get USB functional on x86-64.

- Various changes to printf format specifiers to make them 32/64 safe.
- Adjustments to various descriptor structures since addr_t is not 32-bit
on x86-64, and consequently this breaks the physical structure that's
expected. Also adjusted padding to accomodate 32-byte boundaries when
64-bit pointers are in use.
- Adjustments to make use of phys_addr_t where needed.
diff d8b4cfc9 Sat Aug 04 15:52:27 MDT 2012 Rene Gollent <anevilyak@gmail.com> Get USB functional on x86-64.

- Various changes to printf format specifiers to make them 32/64 safe.
- Adjustments to various descriptor structures since addr_t is not 32-bit
on x86-64, and consequently this breaks the physical structure that's
expected. Also adjusted padding to accomodate 32-byte boundaries when
64-bit pointers are in use.
- Adjustments to make use of phys_addr_t where needed.
diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff d8b4cfc9829119291e68cfe0152c239fd8850b3d Sat Aug 04 15:52:27 MDT 2012 Rene Gollent <anevilyak@gmail.com> Get USB functional on x86-64.

- Various changes to printf format specifiers to make them 32/64 safe.
- Adjustments to various descriptor structures since addr_t is not 32-bit
on x86-64, and consequently this breaks the physical structure that's
expected. Also adjusted padding to accomodate 32-byte boundaries when
64-bit pointers are in use.
- Adjustments to make use of phys_addr_t where needed.
diff d8b4cfc9829119291e68cfe0152c239fd8850b3d Sat Aug 04 15:52:27 MDT 2012 Rene Gollent <anevilyak@gmail.com> Get USB functional on x86-64.

- Various changes to printf format specifiers to make them 32/64 safe.
- Adjustments to various descriptor structures since addr_t is not 32-bit
on x86-64, and consequently this breaks the physical structure that's
expected. Also adjusted padding to accomodate 32-byte boundaries when
64-bit pointers are in use.
- Adjustments to make use of phys_addr_t where needed.
diff d8b4cfc9829119291e68cfe0152c239fd8850b3d Sat Aug 04 15:52:27 MDT 2012 Rene Gollent <anevilyak@gmail.com> Get USB functional on x86-64.

- Various changes to printf format specifiers to make them 32/64 safe.
- Adjustments to various descriptor structures since addr_t is not 32-bit
on x86-64, and consequently this breaks the physical structure that's
expected. Also adjusted padding to accomodate 32-byte boundaries when
64-bit pointers are in use.
- Adjustments to make use of phys_addr_t where needed.
diff d8b4cfc9829119291e68cfe0152c239fd8850b3d Sat Aug 04 15:52:27 MDT 2012 Rene Gollent <anevilyak@gmail.com> Get USB functional on x86-64.

- Various changes to printf format specifiers to make them 32/64 safe.
- Adjustments to various descriptor structures since addr_t is not 32-bit
on x86-64, and consequently this breaks the physical structure that's
expected. Also adjusted padding to accomodate 32-byte boundaries when
64-bit pointers are in use.
- Adjustments to make use of phys_addr_t where needed.
H A DPhysicalMemoryAllocator.cppdiff 9c0623a8 Sun Aug 31 02:58:29 MDT 2014 Michael Lotz <mmlr@mlotz.ch> USB: Increase debug chunk size from 64 to 128 bytes.

The queue head structure in EHCI is bigger than the previous debug
chunk size. Multiple allocations therefore overwrote eachother.
diff d8b4cfc9 Sat Aug 04 15:52:27 MDT 2012 Rene Gollent <anevilyak@gmail.com> Get USB functional on x86-64.

- Various changes to printf format specifiers to make them 32/64 safe.
- Adjustments to various descriptor structures since addr_t is not 32-bit
on x86-64, and consequently this breaks the physical structure that's
expected. Also adjusted padding to accomodate 32-byte boundaries when
64-bit pointers are in use.
- Adjustments to make use of phys_addr_t where needed.
diff d8b4cfc9 Sat Aug 04 15:52:27 MDT 2012 Rene Gollent <anevilyak@gmail.com> Get USB functional on x86-64.

- Various changes to printf format specifiers to make them 32/64 safe.
- Adjustments to various descriptor structures since addr_t is not 32-bit
on x86-64, and consequently this breaks the physical structure that's
expected. Also adjusted padding to accomodate 32-byte boundaries when
64-bit pointers are in use.
- Adjustments to make use of phys_addr_t where needed.
diff d8b4cfc9 Sat Aug 04 15:52:27 MDT 2012 Rene Gollent <anevilyak@gmail.com> Get USB functional on x86-64.

- Various changes to printf format specifiers to make them 32/64 safe.
- Adjustments to various descriptor structures since addr_t is not 32-bit
on x86-64, and consequently this breaks the physical structure that's
expected. Also adjusted padding to accomodate 32-byte boundaries when
64-bit pointers are in use.
- Adjustments to make use of phys_addr_t where needed.
diff d8b4cfc9 Sat Aug 04 15:52:27 MDT 2012 Rene Gollent <anevilyak@gmail.com> Get USB functional on x86-64.

- Various changes to printf format specifiers to make them 32/64 safe.
- Adjustments to various descriptor structures since addr_t is not 32-bit
on x86-64, and consequently this breaks the physical structure that's
expected. Also adjusted padding to accomodate 32-byte boundaries when
64-bit pointers are in use.
- Adjustments to make use of phys_addr_t where needed.
diff 64cf56f5 Mon Jun 21 10:47:29 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> Force allocation of physical memory < 4 GB until the related TODOs are fixed.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 9c0623a8f243b55e8679fa703bfc11347cad66d7 Sun Aug 31 02:58:29 MDT 2014 Michael Lotz <mmlr@mlotz.ch> USB: Increase debug chunk size from 64 to 128 bytes.

The queue head structure in EHCI is bigger than the previous debug
chunk size. Multiple allocations therefore overwrote eachother.
/haiku/src/add-ons/kernel/drivers/network/etherpci/
H A Detherpci.cdiff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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/haiku/src/add-ons/kernel/drivers/audio/ac97/auich/
H A Dutil.cdiff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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H A Dwb840.cdiff be2f57f0 Sat Aug 18 04:47:03 MDT 2012 Alex Smith <alex@alex-smith.me.uk> 64-bit fixes for wb840 network driver.
diff 24309cde Mon Jun 21 16:54:42 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> Fixed more issues with 64 bit physical addresses. Mostly by restricting
allocations to 32 bit.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff be2f57f0de2a6855db62bb713ef0a49edcc3f8d4 Sat Aug 18 04:47:03 MDT 2012 Alex Smith <alex@alex-smith.me.uk> 64-bit fixes for wb840 network driver.
diff 24309cde24fb6937ebc305a67a6ef840e5565639 Mon Jun 21 16:54:42 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> Fixed more issues with 64 bit physical addresses. Mostly by restricting
allocations to 32 bit.


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diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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/haiku/src/add-ons/kernel/busses/ata/silicon_image_3112/
H A Dsilicon_image_3112.cdiff 6922a8fe Fri May 10 13:43:05 MDT 2013 Jérôme Duval <jerome.duval@gmail.com> silicon_image_3112: fixes 64 bit warnings
diff 6a76b519 Mon Jun 21 17:21:07 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Force 32 bit physical addresses.
* Added TODO about apparently ignored 64 KB boundary.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 6922a8fe9bc38cd0d953822aec8d74a6c010b051 Fri May 10 13:43:05 MDT 2013 Jérôme Duval <jerome.duval@gmail.com> silicon_image_3112: fixes 64 bit warnings
diff 6a76b51960b63b7529c36307287735af0d9ae7b9 Mon Jun 21 17:21:07 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Force 32 bit physical addresses.
* Added TODO about apparently ignored 64 KB boundary.


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map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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H A Ddriver.cdiff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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H A Dbios.cdiff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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H A DPCI_GART.cdiff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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H A Dinit.cdiff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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/haiku/src/add-ons/kernel/drivers/graphics/neomagic/
H A Ddriver.cdiff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 92ee00b1 Tue Nov 02 10:08:27 MST 2004 Rudolf Cornelissen <rudolf.cornelissen@gmail.com> updated ROM dump to be 64Kb instead of 32Kb: now we have the full thing.


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map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 92ee00b1dadd88dd4bb3056cb9a684064fbc9aef Tue Nov 02 10:08:27 MST 2004 Rudolf Cornelissen <rudolf.cornelissen@gmail.com> updated ROM dump to be 64Kb instead of 32Kb: now we have the full thing.


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map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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/haiku/src/add-ons/kernel/drivers/graphics/matrox/
H A Ddriver.cdiff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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/haiku/src/system/kernel/device_manager/
H A DIORequest.cppdiff 4be4fc6b Fri Jun 15 09:04:20 MDT 2012 Alex Smith <alex@alex-smith.me.uk> More 64-bit compilation/safety fixes.
diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 4be4fc6b1faddbd037146214a0011d320842b4f3 Fri Jun 15 09:04:20 MDT 2012 Alex Smith <alex@alex-smith.me.uk> More 64-bit compilation/safety fixes.
diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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/haiku/headers/os/drivers/
H A DKernelExport.hdiff ad6b9a1d Thu Dec 19 18:18:44 MST 2013 Pawel Dziepak <pdziepak@quarnos.org> scheduler: Use sequential locks instead of atomic 64 bit access
diff 077c84eb Tue Nov 05 14:32:59 MST 2013 Pawel Dziepak <pdziepak@quarnos.org> kernel: atomic_*() functions rework

* No need for the atomically changed variables to be declared as
volatile.
* Drop support for atomically getting and setting unaligned data.
* Introduce atomic_get_and_set[64]() which works the same as
atomic_set[64]() used to. atomic_set[64]() does not return the
previous value anymore.
diff 077c84eb Tue Nov 05 14:32:59 MST 2013 Pawel Dziepak <pdziepak@quarnos.org> kernel: atomic_*() functions rework

* No need for the atomically changed variables to be declared as
volatile.
* Drop support for atomically getting and setting unaligned data.
* Introduce atomic_get_and_set[64]() which works the same as
atomic_set[64]() used to. atomic_set[64]() does not return the
previous value anymore.
diff 077c84eb Tue Nov 05 14:32:59 MST 2013 Pawel Dziepak <pdziepak@quarnos.org> kernel: atomic_*() functions rework

* No need for the atomically changed variables to be declared as
volatile.
* Drop support for atomically getting and setting unaligned data.
* Introduce atomic_get_and_set[64]() which works the same as
atomic_set[64]() used to. atomic_set[64]() does not return the
previous value anymore.
diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff ad6b9a1df8ccdb1093c4b122764f8692d6f7ca2c Thu Dec 19 18:18:44 MST 2013 Pawel Dziepak <pdziepak@quarnos.org> scheduler: Use sequential locks instead of atomic 64 bit access
diff 077c84eb27b25430428d356f3d13afabc0cc0d13 Tue Nov 05 14:32:59 MST 2013 Pawel Dziepak <pdziepak@quarnos.org> kernel: atomic_*() functions rework

* No need for the atomically changed variables to be declared as
volatile.
* Drop support for atomically getting and setting unaligned data.
* Introduce atomic_get_and_set[64]() which works the same as
atomic_set[64]() used to. atomic_set[64]() does not return the
previous value anymore.
diff 077c84eb27b25430428d356f3d13afabc0cc0d13 Tue Nov 05 14:32:59 MST 2013 Pawel Dziepak <pdziepak@quarnos.org> kernel: atomic_*() functions rework

* No need for the atomically changed variables to be declared as
volatile.
* Drop support for atomically getting and setting unaligned data.
* Introduce atomic_get_and_set[64]() which works the same as
atomic_set[64]() used to. atomic_set[64]() does not return the
previous value anymore.
diff 077c84eb27b25430428d356f3d13afabc0cc0d13 Tue Nov 05 14:32:59 MST 2013 Pawel Dziepak <pdziepak@quarnos.org> kernel: atomic_*() functions rework

* No need for the atomically changed variables to be declared as
volatile.
* Drop support for atomically getting and setting unaligned data.
* Introduce atomic_get_and_set[64]() which works the same as
atomic_set[64]() used to. atomic_set[64]() does not return the
previous value anymore.
/haiku/src/system/kernel/debug/
H A Dframe_buffer_console.cppdiff d8efc6ca Thu Jun 21 11:02:23 MDT 2012 Alex Smith <alex@alex-smith.me.uk> Changes to kernel_args to make it identical for x86 and x86_64.

* Added a FixedWidthPointer template class which uses 64-bit storage to hold
a pointer. This is used in place of raw pointers in kernel_args.
* Added __attribute__((packed)) to kernel_args and all structures contained
within it. This is necessary due to different alignment behaviour for
32-bit and 64-bit compilation with GCC.
* With these changes, kernel_args will now come out the same size for both
the x86_64 kernel and the loader, excluding the preloaded_image structure
which has not yet been changed.
* Tested both an x86 GCC2 and GCC4 build, no problems caused by these changes.
diff d8efc6ca Thu Jun 21 11:02:23 MDT 2012 Alex Smith <alex@alex-smith.me.uk> Changes to kernel_args to make it identical for x86 and x86_64.

* Added a FixedWidthPointer template class which uses 64-bit storage to hold
a pointer. This is used in place of raw pointers in kernel_args.
* Added __attribute__((packed)) to kernel_args and all structures contained
within it. This is necessary due to different alignment behaviour for
32-bit and 64-bit compilation with GCC.
* With these changes, kernel_args will now come out the same size for both
the x86_64 kernel and the loader, excluding the preloaded_image structure
which has not yet been changed.
* Tested both an x86 GCC2 and GCC4 build, no problems caused by these changes.
diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 51a3c450 Tue Dec 13 09:34:29 MST 2005 Axel Dörfler <axeld@pinc-software.de> The short story: we now have MTRR support on Intel and AMD CPUs (the latter
has not yet been tested, though - I'll do this after this commit):
* Removed the arch_memory_type stuff from vm_area; since there are only 8 memory
ranges on x86, it's simply overkill. The MTRR code now remembers the area ID
and finds the MTRR that way (it could also iterate over the existing MTRRs).
* Introduced some post_modules() init functions.
* If the other x86 CPUs out there don't differ a lot, MTRR functionality might
be put back into the kernel.
* x86_write_msr() was broken, it wrote the 64 bit number with the 32 bit words
switched - it took me some time (and lots of #GPs) to figure that one out.
* Removed the macro read_ebp() and introduced a function x86_read_ebp()
(it's not really a time critical call).
* Followed the Intel docs on how to change MTRRs (symmetrically on all CPUs
with caches turned off).
* Asking for memory types will automatically change the requested length to
a power of two - note that BeOS seems to behave in the same, although that's
not really very clean.
* fixed MTRRs are ignored for now - we should make sure at least, though,
that they are identical on all CPUs (or turn them off, even though I'd
prefer the BIOS stuff to be uncacheable, which we don't enforce yet, though).



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diff d8efc6caf6babe278c48e8aa3277376fb68ff455 Thu Jun 21 11:02:23 MDT 2012 Alex Smith <alex@alex-smith.me.uk> Changes to kernel_args to make it identical for x86 and x86_64.

* Added a FixedWidthPointer template class which uses 64-bit storage to hold
a pointer. This is used in place of raw pointers in kernel_args.
* Added __attribute__((packed)) to kernel_args and all structures contained
within it. This is necessary due to different alignment behaviour for
32-bit and 64-bit compilation with GCC.
* With these changes, kernel_args will now come out the same size for both
the x86_64 kernel and the loader, excluding the preloaded_image structure
which has not yet been changed.
* Tested both an x86 GCC2 and GCC4 build, no problems caused by these changes.
diff d8efc6caf6babe278c48e8aa3277376fb68ff455 Thu Jun 21 11:02:23 MDT 2012 Alex Smith <alex@alex-smith.me.uk> Changes to kernel_args to make it identical for x86 and x86_64.

* Added a FixedWidthPointer template class which uses 64-bit storage to hold
a pointer. This is used in place of raw pointers in kernel_args.
* Added __attribute__((packed)) to kernel_args and all structures contained
within it. This is necessary due to different alignment behaviour for
32-bit and 64-bit compilation with GCC.
* With these changes, kernel_args will now come out the same size for both
the x86_64 kernel and the loader, excluding the preloaded_image structure
which has not yet been changed.
* Tested both an x86 GCC2 and GCC4 build, no problems caused by these changes.
diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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/haiku/src/add-ons/kernel/busses/agp_gart/
H A Dintel_gart.cppdiff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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/haiku/src/add-ons/kernel/drivers/graphics/vesa/
H A Dvesa.cppdiff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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/haiku/src/add-ons/kernel/bus_managers/agp_gart/
H A Dagp_gart.cppdiff 82c2deb5 Sat May 04 11:50:17 MDT 2013 Jérôme Duval <jerome.duval@gmail.com> agp_gart: some 64 bit fixes
diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff cff6e9e4 Tue Jan 26 07:44:58 MST 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * The system now holds back a small reserve of committable memory and pages. The
memory and page reservation functions have a new "priority" parameter that
indicates how deep the function may tap into that reserve. The currently
existing priority levels are "user", "system", and "VIP". The idea is that
user programs should never be able to cause a state that gets the kernel into
trouble due to heavy battling for memory. The "VIP" level (not really used
yet) is intended for allocations that are required to free memory eventually
(in the page writer). More levels are thinkable in the future, like "user real
time" or "user system server".
* Added "priority" parameters to several VMCache methods.
* Replaced the map_backing_store() "unmapAddressRange" parameter by a "flags"
parameter.
* Added area creation flag CREATE_AREA_PRIORITY_VIP and slab allocator flag
CACHE_PRIORITY_VIP indicating the importance of the request.
* Changed most code to pass the right priorities/flags.

These changes already significantly improve the behavior in low memory
situations. I've tested a bit with 64 MB (virtual) RAM and, while not
particularly fast and responsive, the system remains at least usable under high
memory pressure.
As a side effect the slab allocator can now be used as general memory allocator.
Not done by default yet, though.


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diff 82c2deb5b76c5715f74fcb35aea4ceb2c5a77336 Sat May 04 11:50:17 MDT 2013 Jérôme Duval <jerome.duval@gmail.com> agp_gart: some 64 bit fixes
diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff 64d79eff7290437d24b1a420537c3ed5c144ab96 Thu May 27 16:07:27 MDT 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * Changed physical_entry::{address,size} to phys_{addr,size}_t and changed
map_physical_memory()'s physicalAddress parameter type from void* to
phys_addr_t. This breaks source compatibility, but -- as long as
phys_{addr,size}_t remain 32 bit wide -- keeps binary compatibility with
BeOS.
* Adjusted all code using the affected interfaces (Oh what fun!). Added a few
TODOs in places where the wrong types (e.g. void* for physical addresses
are used). Looks like quite a few drivers aren't 64 bit safe and others
will break with PAE.


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diff cff6e9e406132a76bfc20cb35ff5228dd0ba94d8 Tue Jan 26 07:44:58 MST 2010 Ingo Weinhold <ingo_weinhold@gmx.de> * The system now holds back a small reserve of committable memory and pages. The
memory and page reservation functions have a new "priority" parameter that
indicates how deep the function may tap into that reserve. The currently
existing priority levels are "user", "system", and "VIP". The idea is that
user programs should never be able to cause a state that gets the kernel into
trouble due to heavy battling for memory. The "VIP" level (not really used
yet) is intended for allocations that are required to free memory eventually
(in the page writer). More levels are thinkable in the future, like "user real
time" or "user system server".
* Added "priority" parameters to several VMCache methods.
* Replaced the map_backing_store() "unmapAddressRange" parameter by a "flags"
parameter.
* Added area creation flag CREATE_AREA_PRIORITY_VIP and slab allocator flag
CACHE_PRIORITY_VIP indicating the importance of the request.
* Changed most code to pass the right priorities/flags.

These changes already significantly improve the behavior in low memory
situations. I've tested a bit with 64 MB (virtual) RAM and, while not
particularly fast and responsive, the system remains at least usable under high
memory pressure.
As a side effect the slab allocator can now be used as general memory allocator.
Not done by default yet, though.


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