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[avr-libc-dev] Re: SPMEN, SELFPRGEN: name clash

From: Ivan Shmakov
Subject: [avr-libc-dev] Re: SPMEN, SELFPRGEN: name clash
Date: Fri, 04 Jan 2008 00:06:01 +0600
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>>>>> Weddington, Eric <address@hidden> writes:


 >> I'm primarily interested in what will be the solution to the
 >> problem?  Would one of these be renamed, and which one, or both?
 >> Once it will be decided, an appropriate patch will be a matter of
 >> fifteen minutes.

 > The bit names for the registers have been around a long time. Those
 > would NOT be renamed. The fuse feature is new, so any renaming would
 > be done one those names.

        ACK.  Thanks for the explanation.

 > For example, I would propose renaming the SELFPRGEN fuse definition
 > to SELFPRGEN_FUSE. And other duplicates renamed in a similar manner:
 > add the _FUSE suffix.

        Just two questions then:

        * is there a particular reason to use a suffix and not, say, a

        * wouldn't it be better to apply the suffix (or prefix)
          consistently to all the fuse bit definitions, and not only to
          those that actually clash with the other definitions?

 >> As to searching for duplicates, the following script seems to find
 >> them (all?):

 >> include $ (for f in avr/io?*.h ; do cpp -I. -D__ASSEMBLER__ <(echo "#define 
 >> _AVR_IO_H_" ; echo "#include \"${f}\"") /dev/null ; done) 2>&1


 >> I'm not sure there're no false positives in the above output.  Hope
 >> it helps, anyway.

 > This helps a whole lot! :-) Thank you very much!

        You're welcome.

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