Building and running modules by Hyde R.

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Simple data types are the easiest to convert between C and HLA. The following table provides a quick reference for GCC vs. HLA types (on the x86): 13. They’ll do this to speed up the system by placing often-used fields together in the same CPU cache line, for example. 14. 4 or later kernel. You’re on your own if you need to work with an earlier kernel. 2. 15. Note that the HLA header files are public domain, so you are not bound by the GPL to release your work. However, it would be really nice of you to make your work available for everyone’s use.

_CFunc( aValue, bValue, cValue ); add( 12, esp ); One reason you might want to do this is because you’re making several successive Linux calls and you only want to clean up the stack after the entire sequence. The following example demonstrates how to make three successive calls to _CFunc and clean up the stack only after the last call: _CFunc( 0, 5, x ); _CFunc( eax, 5, y ); // uses previous _CFunc return result. _CFunc( eax, 0, -1 ); // uses previous _CFunc return result. add( 36, esp ); // Clean up stack.

However, if you’re getting too much debugging output, you can select which sections of your code have active debug sections by using statements like the above. We’ll take a look at the kdebug macro first, since it’s the simplest of the two macros to understand. The whole purpose of this macro is to let you insert debugging code into your source file that you can easily remove for production code (but leave in the source file so you can reactivate it later if further debugging is necessary). KNDEBUG ) pushad(); pushfd(); << sequence of debugging statements >> popfd(); popad(); #endif There are two important things to note about this sequence: first, it preserves the integer registers and flags across your debugging statements, so you may use the registers and flags as you see fit within the kdebug macro without worrying about their side effects in the device driver; the second thing to note about this code sequence is that it disappears if KNDEBUG contains true.

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