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[Xen-devel] suggested event channel cleanups

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Subject: [Xen-devel] suggested event channel cleanups
From: "King, Steven R" <steven.r.king@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 10 Oct 2005 15:50:29 -0700
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Hello All,
This patch standardizes the type of "port" to "int" for event channel
functions and structures.  Internally, Xen is using "int" for ports, but
userland code has a mix of "int" and "u32".  Type "int" is preferred in
userland, since some functions want to return a positive port value or a
negative error code.


xenctrl.h: Added extern "C" to allow linking with C++ programs.
xenctrl.h: Added function prototype for event channel close.
xenctrl.h: Added function prototype for interdomain event channel.

I've never offered up a patch before, so apologies if I'm abusing


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