> I think that's a bad decision, but it is your's.
> To me, either you support fully the 32-bit execution environment or
> you do not. After all the work that myself and others have done for
> other platforms, there really is no need to cut corners in this area.
IMHO, no 64-bit architecture code should provide translation functions for
ioctls from 32-bit binaries.
This is now a sufficiently common requirement that it shouldn't be repeated
by all architectures that require it - it should be somewhere common.
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