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DECLARE_MODULE(9)	 BSD Kernel Developer's Manual	     DECLARE_MODULE(9)

     DECLARE_MODULE — kernel module declaration macro

     #include <sys/param.h>
     #include <sys/kernel.h>
     #include <sys/module.h>

     DECLARE_MODULE(name, moduledata_t data, sub, order);

     The DECLARE_MODULE() macro declares a generic kernel module.  It is used
     to register the module with the system, using the SYSINIT() macro.
     DECLARE_MODULE() is usually used within other macros, such as
     DRIVER_MODULE(9), DEV_MODULE(9) and SYSCALL_MODULE(9).  Of course, it can
     also be called directly, for example in order to implement dynamic

     The arguments it expects are:

     name    The module name, which will be used in the SYSINIT() call to
	     identify the module.

     data    A moduledata_t structure, which contains two main items, the
	     official name of the module name, which will be used in the
	     module_t structure and a pointer to the event handler function of
	     type modeventhand_t.

     sub     An argument directed to the SYSINIT() macro.  Valid values for
	     this are contained in the sysinit_sub_id enumeration (see
	     <sys/kernel.h>) and specify the type of system startup inter‐
	     faces.  The DRIVER_MODULE(9) macro uses a value of SI_SUB_DRIVERS
	     here for example, since these modules contain a driver for a
	     device.  For kernel modules that are loaded at runtime, a value
	     of SI_SUB_EXEC is common.

     order   An argument for SYSINIT().	 It represents the KLDs order of ini‐
	     tialization within the subsystem.	Valid values are defined in
	     the sysinit_elem_order enumeration (<sys/kernel.h>).


     /usr/include/sys/kernel.h, /usr/share/examples/kld

     This manual page was written by Alexander Langer ⟨⟩,
     inspired by the KLD Facility Programming Tutorial by Andrew Reiter

BSD				January 6, 2005				   BSD

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