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help:what is "quirk" in the file "usbaudio.c"

what is "quirk" or what does it mean ,in the file "usbaudio.c"

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kevin wrote:
> what is "quirk" or what does it mean ,in the file "usbaudio.c"

It's a workaround for devices that do not follow the USB Audio
specification or have other bugs.


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1/24/2007 2:23:20 PM
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