[coreboot] NULL pointer dereference in search_bus_device()
stefan.reinauer at coreboot.org
Wed Jan 19 08:12:24 CET 2011
* Myles Watson <mylesgw at gmail.com> [110116 04:42]:
> > > I'd guess that it's left over from another era, but I'm not sure. Is
> > > there another use for subtractive resources?
> > Well in general I think port 80 is good example of subtractive resource
> > decoding.
> I agree.
> What I meant was... When should we declare subtractive resources in
> coreboot? Do we ever need them to be allocated, searched for, etc.?
I thought a bridge would be subtractive because it spans the window in
which its children live. What does the subtractive code do in
Eric Biederman would know...
> Because they're subtractive, they should just work, right?
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